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Body & Soul, SoulEaters Book 1

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September 12th

“Don’t slow down!” Jae shouted over his shoulder. The others from his pack ran at near light speed past him. If he hadn’t been so used to it, he probably would’ve went into shock.

Not very unusual at this time of the year, Jae had been placed on training duty. The only difference was that, this time, he was in charge of the pups in the pack. Despite their uncanny sense of smell and hearing, wolf shifters never really developed the actual progressive skills they needed to function. Unless, of course, they had a skilled master training them.

Jae’s job was to expel their natural instincts, specifically telepathy and the control of their phasing, through physical activity. It was a very rough job, but it was one he would give to no one else. He loved knowing that he contributed to the wellbeing of his pack, especially since the threat of outside forces drew nearer every single day.

He felt a tug on the leg of his pants and turned to the source. He looked down to see a tiny girl, ash blonde hair fixed in a ponytail at the top of her head, whose grey eyes were overshadowed by pain.

His instincts taking over, Jae stooped down next to the young girl. “What’s wrong Abigail?”

Tears spilled from her eyes as she looked up into his gentle face. “I…can’t…phase like the others. They’re always making fun of me,” she sputtered out between sobs.

Seeing is old self in the young girl he grabbed her around the shoulders and hugged her close. “Don’t let them get to you, Abby. They’re just jealous.”

“But I can’t phase!” she shrieked.

Jae pulled away so that he could look right into the girl’s eyes. He stared into the grey depths until he was certain he had her full attention and then he forced a wave of calm to wash over her. Her pupils dilated, until only a thin rim of grey remained, and Jae was certain that he could convince her now. “Listen to me,” he said his voice deepening as the compulsion drained through the words. “Phasing is an art; it’s a weapon. Some acquire it before others. You can do it, and you will do it. Right now.”

Abigail didn’t move as Jae stood and let out a long howl to the sky. He felt the heat coursing through his veins; felt the slight burn of his muscles stretching as the shift took over. The last thing he remembered was hearing a soft yelp before the shift finally ended. He fell to his paws and shook out his dark fur before turning to face the source of the sound.

There was a small russet wolf standing not three feet from him, sniffing her hind legs and jumping happily about.

:: There, you finally did it.:: he sent with his mind.

He felt the excitement emanating from the young wolf and padded over to her. He gave her a rough nudge in the stomach before he gestured with his snout to the directions the other wolves had taken off in.

:: If you really want to impress them you'll get on. Now! :: he projected.

Abigail whimpered softly and nudged his leg. :: Thank you, big brother. :: she said with such enthusiasm that Jae felt swamped with tears. Abigail put all her weight on her hind legs and gave Jae on last look before darting off into the forest after the others.

As soon as he could hear no more of her thoughts, Jae focused all his energy into slowing his heart rate and shifted back to his human form. He quickly pulled on the spare pair of shorts he always hid in a nearby oak tree and walked off into the forest behind the pups.

“Need company?”

Jae scoffed. He didn’t bother turning around to bicker with the wolf trailing him. “What do you want, Ophelia?”

A petite blonde appeared from behind a large oak and scowled at Jae. Her jade green eyes burned with annoyance as she sped up her steps so that she could walk next to Jae. “Why are you so awful to me?”

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