Luckily we were only in the shelter for about an hour before we were let out and we went straight out the front of the packhouse and we saw the smoke was practically gone and the warriors were heading back to their loved ones. When I finally saw Jeremy he ran up and hugged me and I asked what the hell happened. “Someone started a fire on the eastern side of the pack. We don’t know who. But we know that it started on the outside of the border.” He says. “Who would do something like that?” I asked. “I don’t know. Maybe rogues or something like that.” He says. “There aren’t any rogues left since the war.” I say. “There are still a few. But they keep a low profile.” He says. “Why would they want to attack this pack?” I asked. “I don’t know. But for some reason, someone did.” He says. We were under attack and no one knew who was doing it or why they were doing it. Alpha Henry was even scratching his head. No one knew what the hell was going on or how to handle it. Apparentl
I think I might have scared Jeremy a bit after that because of what I said and I could feel him getting really anxious. Scared that I was going to leave him. So I saw him go to his father immediately and dragged him off to the side so that no one else could hear what they were talking about. I was inside watching through the window and they were getting into a pretty heated argument and drawing a lot of attention to themselves. So Luna Elsie started clearing everyone out away from the packhouse. She didn’t want everyone to see what was happening and I started feeling guilty about causing so much tension between father and son. I didn’t mean to. I just wanted to let Jeremy know that if my brothers and sisters had to leave then I would be leaving with them. I promised to take care of them and I am all they have in the world. Jeremy finally came back inside and he walked straight over to me. Knowing how guilty I felt right now and he wrapped his arms around me. “Don’t feel guilty. Th
As the men were slowly approaching the house I saw that a lot of them were wearing motorcycle gear. Like they belonged to motorcycle gangs and it looked like they were the ones running the show. I didn’t know why they had a grudge against us. We didn’t care what illegal activities they were up to, we just wanted to be left alone. I finally turned the corner of the packhouse, shifting while running, my clothes shredding everywhere. The men looked to the side at me and the three werewolves following me and they got a look of panic on their faces as they tried to turn around and point their guns at us. I jumped on the first guy that was closest to me and I grabbed his machine gun in my mouth. I ripped it from his hands and threw it away with my head. The gun disappeared into the woods. The man then punched me in the face and then punched me again and I leaned closer to his face, baring my teeth and growling at him. He turned his head, thinking that I was going to kill him. But inst
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