Alena..." Marina said, taking a step back.The clearing had grown healthily over the decades, filled with lush greenland but I could still point it out, where exactly the logs had been arranged, piled one on top of the other."Leave here!" I said to the werewolf girl and I'm guessing from the tone of my voice, she didn't need to hear anything more, she took to her heels.My fingers shook frantically and I felt the energy in me surge."Alena, calm down." My wolf's voice resounded in my head calmly."Shut the hell up!" I yelled back at her and she promptly did.The buzz in my fingers increased and I could feel the sizzling electricity from the ground beneath me connecting with them, and without thinking twice, I released it, both energy clashing to elicit a large explosion that resonated throughout the forest as the massive land of vegetation caught fire, immediately spreading through.The impact of the blast snatched me from the ground and I was flung in the opposite direction landing
My body began to shake furiously, the sword dropped from my hand as I landed on my knees hitting the floor. My vision blurred and I felt the air in my lungs restrict.“Hell no!”I managed out when I heard the sound of my bones snapping as my body reshaped to take another form. My body stretched, its muscles lengthening and my skin immediately became covered with golden-colored furs, sharp claws erupted from my fingers and dug themselves into the ground.I let out a scream of anger that instead came out as a growl… I was fully transformed into my wolf form.I struggled back for control but my wolf was equally as stubborn, holding on firmly to her reign of control.Damon stood watching me with intense eyes, and I snapped my teeth at him as I took a threatening step toward him. Just a few more seconds, a little more and he'd have been dead.The inner turmoil within myself continued.“I won't let you make this mistake Alena, get a hold of yourself now!” She said to me, her anger resonating
Where could she be?” She asked, crying as she ran her hands through her hair, tears running down her face.“This is unlike her, Alena would never spend the night elsewhere. David, do something!” She yelled at her husband.“I’m doing all I can Hannah!” He yelled back. “We spent all of last night with our warriors searching through the forest. What more can I do?”She fell to the floor crying. “My darling girl,”The door opened and a man stepped into the house holding up a pair of dainty sandals, Alena’s mother immediately jumped up at the sight of it. She dragged it from his hands and stared at it, her mouth quivering.“David,” She called, “these are Alena’s.” And she looked up at her husband with frightened eyes.Beta David moved closer to his wife and held one from the pair in his shaky hands, the strap was cut and it was dirty, stained with brown from sand, and his chest tightened.“What if she has been kidnapped?” His wife asked. “What if those damn vampires have gotten her?”And s
“So this person, when did you first meet her?” Alex asked looking straight at me with interest, they all were but my eyes were solely focused on the Delta, his scarred, horrendous face remained as I had remembered it.“Go on hag, kill me!” He had said placing my hands on his chest. I wanted him to say that again, and this time I was going to give him what he asked but for now, I stuck to my tale. As soon as I had placed my hand on my mom’s, I could hear all her thoughts of me being cursed by a witch and how that was the reason I acted strangely.“It was on the night of the full moon ritual, the day I turned eighteen,” I said, staring down at my finger, I twisted them nervously.“She had met up with me at the little shop by the corner, right before the waterfalls and had asked for my help with something and seeing how old and frail she was, I went with her to help. It was then she grabbed me and began whispering things into my ears, I don't know what exactly she said but she released
The town was lit up tonight, people moved freely around and no one glanced at him as he made his way through the crowd covered heavily in his black cloak. “Going for a cent.” A merchant yelled continuously hitting iron, the noise ringing out in the busy street.The man kept his head bowed, sifting through the bodies of people.“Brown bread over here.” Another merchant cried and pulled the man by his coat. His face shriveled in disgust before he roughly pulled away shoving the baker off, he hurriedly continued on his way.Finally, he came across a dark alley where he pulled off the cloak from his head, the dim lamp on the other street reflected on it showing off the full, brown-colored hair on his head.Minutes later, he was joined by another man.“You are late,” The first man said, digging his hand into his cloak.“What is so urgent?” The other man asked impatiently.“My time is of utmost importance to me, Tobias.” The man in black said.“Will you stop talking about the fucking time
I was dressed in a pretty pink blouse on a black, flowy skirt, paired with my mom's silver earrings. My hair was put up in a ponytail.“You always look so pretty with little effort Alena, I'm so jealous,” Marina whined from on top of my bed where she was flipping through some old novels I stocked.“I totally agree, it's those eyes of hers, and the hair, and the face, and everything.” Sophie, another friend of ours, said exaggerating from the open toilet where she was applying gloss on her lips in front of my newly replaced mirror.I flipped my hair for effect chuckling as I dodged the pillow Marina threw at me.“C’mon,” Marina said, jumping down from the bed. “We’re going to be late.”We were dressed for dinner at the most popular inn in town, Hailey, another friend of ours was having her birthday dinner and our parents had permitted us to go. It had unfortunately taken a lot more pleading and convincing for my dad to budge after all that I’d gone through these past days but eventuall
Damon stared hard at the bodies expressionless. Alex stood next to him as they watched the pack’s physician who was currently bent over, examining one of the dead men.A few warriors stood around them waiting for the physician to be done, and finally, he stood up with a sigh.“Sorcery,” He announced much to the shock of everyone. Damon felt his face hardened at the declaration, the two men had been his pack’s warriors.“We’ve lost three warriors to this witch!” Alex said angrily.It was obvious now that Alena had been telling the truth, there really was a witch in their land. He clenched his fist, he was going to destroy her, it was a solemn promise. He despised sorcerers with everything in him, one had taken Aria and his child away from him, and anyone again who dared to come even as close to him as his territory border was going to feel his wrath and now there was one freely moving in his lands, killing his warriors and had even gotten as close to killing him.“But it's one unlike I'
A sorcerer and a Vampire hybrid, that was who I was - an abomination, a crossbreed that should have never happened but had. I had been a mistake, I didn't have to be told that but I knew it. It was why my mother had left the security and safety of living with her kind and brought me to be raised far off from everyone else, just the both of us.She had met him, an injured Vampire who had come into her small village for treatment and I had happened one night, and then she was punished with me. Sorcerers were meant to mate with only two species: their fellow sorcerers and humans. Any other mix was a disaster, usually, the children from otherwise interbreed were born deformed and brought great calamity into the land they were born into.When they had found out, Mother was pardoned for being a promising sorcerer otherwise, she was meant to have been killed with me inside of her, and instead, she was to birth me and I was to be killed, that was the plan until the last few days before my bi