Keeping to the shadows, Trigger staggered toward a slate grey mansion; tall, large oaks shadowed the porch and most of the brick wall lining the sidewalk. Blood dripping from his body, leaving crimson pools with black and silver, grey hair on the path he had taken. His steps were growing weaker as he neared the entrance of the wall. Stumbling through the gates and stepping onto a driveway with ancient inscriptions carved onto it, he hears the dogs barking coming nearer him, feeling their sharp teeth sinking into the flesh of his legs. He growls low in his throat, warning them away. His blood seeps into the inscriptions making them glow and then dim.
Falling to one knee, Trigger gasps for breath, his vision fading. He crawls up the black marble steps and reaches up for the oaken doors, his claws leaving deep valleys in the wood. Finally losing strength, he blacks out.
Drifting in and out, Trigger felt two bodies next to him, holding him up the best they could as his f
Kayle reached over to turn off the blaring alarm clock next to her bed. Stretching, she pulled off the covers and went into her bathroom. Kayle brushed her teeth and hair; Kayle took the hair straightener to keep it from flying away. Pulling out underwear and a bra, she put them on and walked into her closet. Kayle grabbed a low-cut shirt and hoodie with a pair of miss-me jeans. Kayle put everything on; she picked up her bookbag from her floor and went out her door, closing it. Getting to the kitchen, she noticed that her dad had left her note on the fridge. Kayle, I hope you have a good day. I had to get to the lab early this morning.
It had been three weeks since Trigger had seen Kayle, knowing that she was around but couldn’t see her, was messing with his performance as he, Conor, and Mitch practiced for their last concert in town. Trigger rode back with Conor as they pulled into his driveway. They both saw that Conor’s brother Cody was standing near the garage. “Let me out here. I’m gonna head home through the park.” Conor unlocked the doors, and Trigger stepped out of the car, holding up his middle finger at Cody with a malicious expression on his face as he turned down the driveway and out of the gates. Reaching the park, Trigger noticed that he could faintly still smell her scent around him. He faintly smiled as he remembered almost kissing that perfect mouth of hers. Trigger noticed that his body was vibrating. He looked up and saw that the clouds had made way for the bright moon above him. He began to turn into a werewolf, not worrying about taking off his clothes as they started to rip an
Trigger, Kayle, and Conor drove through the city in the red and black chrome Bugatti towards the manor. The ride was quiet, the only sounds coming from the engine of the car. Kayle was looking at her hands in the car's back seat since she did not have her phone with her to message Lou-lou. Looking up, she noticed that Trigger was looking at her through the side mirror. She grinned and then asked, “ Can I borrow someone's phone? I at least want to let my best friend know I’m not dead.” The boys looked at each other, and Conor pulled out his phone and tossed it to her in the back seat. Kayle nodded to him and typed in Lou-lou’s number. Hey, girl, this is Kayle, just wanted to let u know I lost my phone and that I’m w/ Oathbreaker. So I won’t be able to msg u until I get another phone. ☹ Anyways, if my dad asks don’t let him know who I’m with, otherwise he may go off the deep end. Smh. Msg you l8ter. Kayle sent the message and reached f
Waking up, the smell of scotch and an earthly aroma reached Kayle’s senses. Blinking her eyes, she noticed a very toned chest in front of her. Shocked at first, she allowed her gaze to wander up to his face. It seemed to be wet with sweat as Kayle reached up to wipe it away. Her touch seemed to wake Trigger as his eyes opened suddenly, and his hand landed on hers. His breathing turned from the smooth rhythmic motions to fast-paced motions, as if he had run around the city. “Are you ok?” Kayle asked, gazing into his eyes. Trigger smiled and nodded, not daring to speak at the moment. Kayle tilted her head and frowned at him. “Are you sure you are ok? You don’t look too good,” Kayle questioned as she moved her hand this his forehead, checking him for a fever. “I’m fine, sweetness,” Trigger breathlessly replied as he smiled and placed a kiss on her forehead. Sure you are. His wolf stated in his mind giving him a wolfish grin. Trigger mentally rol
Trigger pulled up into Kayle’s drive and honked his horn. It had been two weeks since the day he brought Kayle back to her house. He came to get her every morning before school; then, he would leave to go practice for their last concert with Mitch and Conor. Sitting back, waiting for Kayle to come out of the house, he noticed a green Jeep pull up on her house's curb. Trigger knew who it was before the man stepped out of the vehicle. Trigger watched Private Hixson step out and walk up to the house just as Kayle walked out the door. Trigger got out of the Jag and stood at the front of the car. He watched as Private Hixson stopped her and whispered something to her. His wolf was growling in his head when he noticed the smirk on the commando’s face when he looked back at him.Trigger stood firm with a scowl on his face, arms crossed over his chest. Kayle finally walked down the stairs and toward Trigger. He met her halfway and pulled her into a hug. Then kissed
Getting to Mitch’s house, Trigger pulled up to the curb and put the vehicle park. Getting out, the group made their way to the four-door, mint green Tundra, a purple semi hooked up to the yacht on the trailer behind it.“Trigger, you said this was a boat, not a freaking yacht!” Kayle said as she turned to him.He shrugged with a smile and continued to walk ahead, his hand placed on the small of her back. He led her to the man standing by the yacht, strapping it down. Slapping the platinum blonde-haired man on the back, he turned and pulled him into a brotherly handshake. A blue-haired girl came out of the house with Conor and Savanna, all in swimwear. Both groups met up on the driveway beside the semi; Trigger introduced Kayle, Lou-lou, and Zac to the rest of the group.“The crew is going to drive the semi and the yacht while we party the day away,” Mitch said as he threw up duffle bags to the crew that was on the yacht, smiling bac
The sun had set on the group on the yacht. Lou-lou and Zac were sitting on a lounge chair making out, Stella and Mitch at the bow, and looked like they would fall overboard at any moment. Conor and Savanna had disappeared moments after the sun had vanished behind the trees. Trigger had Kayle straddling him on the chair, murmuring to her as he played with her hair. Kayle shivered as his hands held the back of her head.“Want to get in the water?” Trigger asked, searching her eyes.“People are still on the deck,”“Are you chickening out on me, Sweetness?”“No, but I don’t want everyone to know what we are doing,” Kayle stated, blushing as she looked at him.“They don’t care, at least not Conor, Mitch, Stella, or Savanna. Now Lou-lou and Zac, on the other hand, I don’t know about,” Trigger grinned as he got up while carrying her.Trigger made his way to the back of th
Two days before the concert, Kayle was sitting in science class working on the assignments that Mr. Anderson had given them. She was working hard when her phone vibrated in her lap; she looked down and smiled. Trigger: Sweetness, I miss you. I hope you are doing ok. Trigger: Did I mention that I miss you? Kayle: Yes, and I miss you. I wish I could see you tonight. Trigger: I want to see you too; my wolf is driving me insane. Kayle: I’m in class; I’ll call you after school? Trigger: Yes, let's video chat 😊 Kayle placed her phone back in her lap and went back to her assignment finishing it rather quickly. Finally, she got up and turned in her work and then went back to her desk. She pulled out a book that she had checked out from the library and started to read it. When the bell rang, she gathered her books and left out of the door. She walked out of the classroom