She grabbed the cup of coffee from the table and sipped from it. Life was getting complicated for her. She was watching a different world, seeing her different identity, new and dangerous creatures. She didn't want such creatures to come in her nightmares. She was a werewolf and her wolf was hibernation under a spiritual spell. The magic sedated her werewolf for an unlimited time, but that spiritual magic also provided her with a unique power to sense good and bad in humans, and a good part of it, it also worked on this real world's werewolves, vampires. She did not know which creature she'd f
She rubbed her eyes with the pads of her fingers. She hissed air in through her mouth as the pain hit her in her head. Suddenly, a hand rested on her cheek. She opened her eyes, expecting his face after recognizing his touch, " Hey! " He pressed a soft kiss on her lips. She sat and stared around. She was still in the store, " Here, she'll feel better. " Tessa handed him a glass of water. He grasped it and brought up to her lips. She drank it half. She looked up a Tessa, " I didn't mean to yell at you. I'm sorry." She said. " No, " Tessa squatted down and hugged her tightly, " I'm sorry. You are already tense, I should not talk like that. " " Forget it. " She pulled back from her and gazed at him, " What are you doing here? " She asked. " We're going home. You can continue your h
For a second, it was silent. She stared out of the window of her room. The damage made by the vampire was repaired. He didn't want it. He wanted her to stay at his home. She was only a few days away from the wedding. She'd never come back here after the wedding. When she heard him repairing the house. She insisted to him that she wanted to shift back to her home and he had to say yes. His hand rested on the one side of her waist, " Are you sure about it, Cara? " He asked her softly. " Yes, " She whirled and rested her back against the glass window. He sighed and reached out to touch her hair. He pushed the wavy brown locks back away from her shoulder. She held back a smile. He softly touched the mark of his bite, " I'll be going then. " He said, resting his hand near her head on the glass wall. He was still upset that he had injured her. His eyes wer
Penelope handed her dresses that she selected for her, " You can select your choice's dresses too. You are not tied to wear only this." she smiled. " No, I like it. I always want someone at my side, my mother to pick it for me." she sadly said. " I'm so sorry. You'll not feel alone now. " she smiled. " Wao! The dress is awesome. " Kellen lovingly said. " All you have to do! Try it." Tessa said, bringing her hand with a royal blue gown. " Okay, my wedding dress is ready!" She excitedly said. " Not, yet. It's a simple gown. The designer needs fitting. She will stitch your wedding gown with its help. Take it." Kami pushed her in the changing room. " That's not fair. Why can't I see my wedding gown." she wrinkled her forehead and headed toward the room, holding a simple white silk gown.
She ran through the forest on four paws, feeling the soft grass under her paws. The way was surrounded by long trees. She sniffed him, her mate. She could feel him, chasing her in wolf form. It had been a month to the moon ceremony. She had learned to shift and enjoy her wolf. The first time she had shifted on the ceremony when after their vows they shifted together and ran freely. She had done it without any difficulty. Yoga and meditation had helped her to understand her wolf, to feel it inside her. She had embraced her wolf and she loved the freedom that it provided her. Felix had forgiven their father. But they still needed time to adjust themselves in each other's lives. She missed Tessa as she was staying in London with her husband, William. Penelope was happy that her one daughter went to her house but her sons brought three daughters in law. Sh