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Chapter Thirty Five

As we continue our stroll, the wind blew on our faces the faster we ran and as we started leaping over the natural nature laying before us, our clothes were ripped off. Building speed, we shifted as one and ran through the woods. Jack ran beside me and our pack followed. 

All men, woman and children of age shifted into their beautiful wolves and we went on our first run and hunt as a family. I know these woods so well, I chose to take them to the lake buried in the depths of the forest, showing them what home is to me.

I want to tell them that when I was a child and I ran from all things that frightened me, I came here. I knew I would be able to survive because of my father. He taught me how to fish and I had fresh water for life.

The hunters never came to this part of the woods d

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