Who the hell does he think he is? Getting mad at me for protecting myself and my family? Alex told me not to trust strangers and I won't. After finishing my breakfast and washing the dishes, I started to get ready for my day. My leg is still sore but thankfully a full two days of healing, the bleeding fully stopped and I can move it a lot more.
Walking out the front door, I gasp at all the damage they have done to my house. The gutters and siding were completely torn from my home, along with having to replace all my windows. Tears well in my eyes walking around my home, the home I worked so hard for. Shaking the anger, I open my garage and began the clean-up. Lifting the pieces thrown all over my yard I notice dust covered the grass in certain places. There had to of been twenty blood suckers with how much dust covered my yard.
As I finish picking up the debris in my yard, a noise was coming from the road. Squealing and
As I try to open my eyes, they feel swollen. I look to my side and notice Luke still holding me as he sleeps sitting upwards on the couch. Trying not to make sudden movements, I look towards the windows and it's night time. How long was I asleep? Then suddenly, flashbacks hit me like a brick wall of what happened before I fell asleep. Feeling arms tightening around me I break down again. Placing his hand on my head, Luke brings me closer to rest on his shoulder."Are you alright?""No, where is my sister?" Hopefully my father didn't move her himself. I feel horrible about breaking down but the shock took over my whole body and I swore she was still alive. I kept working and the blood kept coming out the wounds. I worked as hard as I could knowing she would live."After you fell asleep, I laid you down and helped your father bring her to their house. They want to have a ceremony today for her if you're up for it." Feeling speechless,
Leaning my head back as Luke continues to caress my chest, his hand around my waist loosens and slowly starts to glide down. As he hovers over my sweet spot, I place one hand over his and the other starts running through his beautiful black hair. Feeling him wanting to back away, I begin to put pressure guiding him lower. Feeling his arms tense up he suddenly removes his hands and grasps my hips roughly turning me around. Looking at him with shocked eyes, he shoves me on the bed and stalks his way over to me.Climbing on top, his hands run along my body sending shivers down my spine. Lowering his head to my thighs, he begins kissing and licking his way to my sweat spot. Each touch feeling better than the last. Placing both arms under my legs, grabbing my waist, he forces my body towards him. Looking down, I see his him staring into my soul as a grin spread across his lips. Lowering his head, the first lick to my lips almost pushed me to the edge and my legs buckle
My leg feels almost normal now. I still won't take the staples out for a couple weeks but at least it is scabbed and the wound doesn't bleed when I walk.Heading outside, I decided it's time to start boarding up the house and fixing the damage those vampires did the other night. Grabbing my tools, I head to the front of the house and start boarding the windows and repairing the siding. It's the beginning of summer so the weather is warm and I feel sweat dripping down my face and back. Wiping my sweat away, I go to grab my water sitting on my truck and take a sip. Placing it back down I hear movement in the woods. Looking in the direction, I see nothing. Slowly reaching for my hammer and walking to the wrestling of bushes.I'm not too afraid because vampires can only come out at night and I have yet seen a wolf inthis neck of the woods. Maybe it is just an animal that is injured or possibly a person? Walking closer, laughter fills the
"Why don't you look surprised?" I scrunch my brows looking at his facial features as I stand. Shaking his head, he stands also looking back into my eyes. "Were you scared of him? Did the black wolf harm you?" Stalking towards me like pray, his eyes look down and then slowly back up taking in my features. Watching his every move, I sway my head as he keeps walking toward me until my back meets a wall.Luke stands in front of me, caging me in with nowhere to go. Running his hands along my shoulders and down my arms as he leans toward my ear, breathing me in. "If he didn't frighten you or try to harm you, then why be afraid?" Whispering as his lips came in contact with my neck making me let out a small moan. "I'm afraid of what they can do. The power they hold can kill a whole town." The words slowly came out of my lips as Luke unbuttons my overalls and lets them slide to the floor.Lowering himself to his knee's, roughly grabbing hold of my thighs as he place
"Ma! Put the belt down and back away slowly." Yelling towards my mom as I point my finger, trying to make light of the situation. My mom really did look like she was about to lose a fuse. "Susan, you make those boys eat their greens, you hear me?" Stomping her foot as she stormed back in the house. "Yea yea yea. Now look boys, when we get in that house you will head for the kitchen and scarf down all those greens. You hear me?" "Yes auntie." They both said as they headed for the door with their heads hanging. Feeling Luke's hand on my shoulder I turn my head and look up to him."What?" Giving him a questionable stair as his smile only grew more. "Shame on you for siding with your mom." Shaking his head, he started walking towards the door without me. "Now you listen, if you get greens on your plate you better eat them." Luke stopped and turned towards me, slowly walking with an intimidating glare. "Or what? You'll get me with a belt?" Raising his eyebrow and then smacki
Waking up in the night, I started feeling around in the bed and it was empty. Where did Luke go? Getting out of bed filled with worry, I rush to grab my robe and head for the kitchen. Walking in I notice him sitting at the island staring out the window in the kitchen. Feeling relieved, I walking over and I place my arms around his neck, lay my head on his shoulders. "What's wrong?" Whispering as I place a gentle kiss along his cheek. Turning his face looking me in the eyes, a small smile went across his face. This is one look Luke has never had and it's the look of worry."Nothing, I smelled other wolfs in the area so I came out to check the yard. They have passed but now I can't sleep." Turning his head and gazes back out the window. When will this hell be over? I have fully accepted Luke being a wolf. Maybe if we talk with the others and see if they want to be like Luke. Surely, they don't want to kill people forever and when there is nothing left? What will the
Backing away from his embrace, "No! I will not! I am fully capable of taking care of myself and this is where I want to be. I need to be here and help the town as much as I can! If it is by growing produce for the families in need then so be it!" Feeling my heart racing and my face turning red with anger, I just need him to understand."There is no one else Susan." My father whispered. Shaking my head as I start pacing back and forth trying to process the words that just left his mouth. "That's not possible! We just saw the ten or so families that stayed behind. We all talked at town hall, there...""Susan! Your mother made calls this morning checking if anyone needed anything and there was no answer. I drove by all the houses and everyone is gone. There all fucking gone!"What are we going to do? What happened with our town? As I began thinking of scenarios of where everyone could have gone, I heard the bushes move. Turning my head
...It's been a month since Luke started living with me. My dad felt it best to keep the boys at their house to give me privacy but I know that's not why. My home is not as safe as his but he won't say it out loud. I was quite upset about it at first but since there has been no activity with any creatures, I don't mind. They still come over a few times a week and help me around the house and thankfully the boys started enjoying their greens.Me and Luke’s day always start the same. Working on securing the outside of the house and we managed to put up a six-foot fence around the front of the house and backyard. The fence won't keep the beasts out but it has minimized wildlife from eating the produce. Doing the same thing every day has been quite tiring and what I would give to just go drive around town but Luke said I shouldn't. I've never been one to be a damsel in distress. I do what I want so having not only one, but two men telling me what to