So you can probably notice how crappy these Bonus Chapters are getting. I hate to admit it, but now that Bitter Kisses is technically finished, I'm losing interest. But since I made a promise I'd do all the Bonus Chapters, I'm going to do them.
I don't know what story I should write next, but I have this really cliche romance in mind, lol. It's pretty teen romance cliche type, so I'm not sure how you'll react to it. It's kinda the 'playing the player' type, so that's why I'm so hesitating on posting it up. Tell me if you guys would like a story like that or something original. I don't want to write a story only to have no one like it.
Do you guys think there's too many romances that has the general idea of playing a player or should I write my own?
Anyway, I hope you like Darren's point of view. I love him and I really regretted making him die, but you know, when it's a war, there has to be sacrifices. :(
I found my new favorite song by the way! :) 'What Makes You Beautiful!' The guys from One Direction are soo cute!!
Don't forget to...
PS. Dedicated to 'Explode' because hers is one of the first Rejected Mate story I read, if not THE first one. I honestly can't remember, but I love it and I was inspired by Twisting You to write Bitter Kisses. I really love her story and she's having a hard time right now, I believe, so she's not able to upload as much now, but you should definitely read her wolf stories, if you have not already! She is AH-MAH-ZING!
I never took myself as the type of guy that would change because of a girl.
I never thought I’d let myself love again.
That changed when I met the rogue girl named Cadrian.
I hated her at first sight.
I honestly hated all kinds of rogues. They had killed my mother and out of love and the pain of losing his mate, my father had killed himself, leaving me and my twin Sierra by ourselves.
Rogues were rare on the Shadow Pack Territory. Usually, they were killed on first sight. But for some reason, Cadrian was brought into our prison room and kept there. Maybe Alpha Jebadiah had wanted to at least look into her eyes before he killed her for trespassing.
When I saw her for the first time, she was covered in blood, dirt and leaves. Her wound could’ve been fatal; it was two inches from her heart. She had gotten lucky. The second time I saw her, I had to bring her food. She had looked so scared and helpless, it had pissed me off. Rogues were never scared and helpless. They were cruel and wanted bloodshed. They didn’t have humanity and needed to be put down.
I didn’t understand why Alpha Jebadiah wanted me, out of all people, to help train her. I also didn’t understand why my twin sister, Sierra – who was three minutes older than me – was so taken with her, either. Sierra was a kind person, but she knew the anger and hatred I had towards rogues.
I had to admit, though; Cade didn’t seem that bad after a few months. She definitely had humanity and a lot of compassion; the way she was with Michael was proof enough. She had obviously been hurt a lot. Sometimes when males from our pack got close to her, she’d unconsciously shy away.
My feelings for Cade were completely unintentional. I never wanted to like her and I have never wanted her to feel for me, too. Not only was I trying to protect her because having a relationship with her would only hurt her, but I was trying to cut Alpha Jebadiah some slack, too. Everyone within a two mile radius could see he was falling in love with her. She was just too dense to figure it out.
Finding my mate was something I was dreading yet really anxious for. Of course I wanted to have a relationship with Cade, but I’d never be able to love her, not like Jebadiah did. But I couldn’t help it. Cade was beautiful, whether she realized it or not. And I definitely wanted her, in all sorts of ways, but the thought of not being enough kept me from making a mistake. If I ever slept with her, I would have obligations to her, I would have to love her...and I knew I couldn’t do that.