19. Chasing him

“Only a few more minutes,” Marcus said as he proceeded to remove the watch from his wrist.

As the time was nearing, I couldn’t help but feel a pang of apprehensive cruise through my body. I had only heard about how it felt to be a wolf from a few people in my class but that information wasn’t enough to help my case now. I felt severely deprived of guidance, and suddenly, I missed my parents. On many occasions, I was even angry at them for leaving me to figure everything out by myself, but at the end of the day, I would remind myself that they weren’t given a choice to change things.

“Ready, then?” He said.

I shook my head subconsciously, “No.”

Marcus’ gaze had turned tender, “Are you nervous?”

“I’m lost.” I replied, frankly, “I don’t know what to expect.”

“Haven’t you spoken about this with anyone?”

I scoffed, “We’ve been through this.” I didn’t mean to sound rude, but I was growing tired of him being surprised at me for not having anyone to tell these things to me. I also felt
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