I was walking down the familiar concrete halls of California High School. It's Senior year, I never thought it would come. Although I'm going to miss this place, I gotta enjoy it while it lasts. "Yo, Hawk! Over here!" Shouted Adam, his voice is way too familiar. I approached him and his ignorant stuck up girlfriend, Tonya. "What's happening?" I beamed, giving Adam a fist bump. Tonya smirked at me with a naughty gleam in her light brown eyes as they battered against her fair skin. Today her hair was a long cascade of deep brown curls, they looked sharp and crusty from the crazy amount of hairspray she uses. "Oh, you know...what we always do. We've been hanging out at Starbucks and drooling over guys in magazines," After saying this, she earned a funny look from Adam, "I'm kidding! Sheesh. We've been crashing parties, what we always do." Tonya giggled as she lifted her hand and lightly pushed my broad shoulder. "I heard tomorrow Maggie Jones is having a party down at the Sandy Shore Beach." I said, ignoring Tonya and looking over to Adam. "That's what I heard, you plan on going?" He replied cutting a glance towards Tonya to try and set her straight. His look was ignored as she continued to stare deep into my eyes, drinking in every move I made. Adam grunted angrily and rolled his dark blue eyes, sighed in defeat and ran his hand through his black hair. I laughed off the awkwardness and told them that I promised Erica that I would talk to her before first period started. They waved goodbye. As I left, I could feel Tonya's eyes staring holes into my back.
I saw Erica gossiping with Miranda before I walked up behind her as she was deep in conversation. I slipped my arm around Erica, earning a squeal of shock from her. "Cameron! Stop it!" She laughed looking up at me with those light blue eyes that would melt any soul who dared to stare. Erica's dark brown hair was in a messy bun. She was wearing a tight v-neck shirt that showed her sleek hour glass shape along with her plump breasts. Her skinny jeans were just the right shade of blue that framed her bubble butt perfectly. The thought of her bare skin underneath made me want to tear into her right there in the hallway. It's a shame that I had to stop myself there. Erica and I have been dating for nearly two years. "I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself." I joked, I moved my face towards her ear and whispered, "You're lucky I didn't grab something else." I watched goosebumps spread over her neck as a smile spread across her face. Satisfied, I smirked and reluctantly pulled away from her. My desire to kiss her neck was overpowering, but I'm a guy with manners.
I looked over to Miranda, who was standing there in her way-too-tight skinny jeans, bright pink V-neck shirt, and white converses. She had big brown eyes and short brown hair. "OMG! Cameron, stop! We were talking about someon-thing important!" Miranda whined, correcting herself. She put her free hand on her hip and pouted at me. I wanted nothing more than to smack that pouty lip off of her face. "Like what?" I asked, raising a dark questioning eyebrow. "Just, stuff...it's none of your business anyways." She mumbled, looking at the ground after cutting Erica a sideways glance. "Hey babe, maybe you should go. We have to get to first here in a second anyways." Erica said turning towards me. I scanned her symmetrical face. "What about the talk you wanted to have?" I asked taking a step back, examining her. "It can wait. We'll talk at lunch, okay?" She said, closing her locker. She gave me a nervous smile and walked down the hall with Miranda at her side. I sighed, confused and suspicious, and walked to first period.
After four periods passed by, it was finally time for lunch. I was walking from 4th period to the cafeteria when I felt a gentle pull on my arm. I looked over to see a girl who was average height with promising hazel eyes and long brown hair that fell down to the mid-back of her perfect figure. I'm happily in a relationship, but a guy can look every now and again, right? As long as we don't touch. "Can I help you?" I asked politely, giving her a warm smile. "Sorry to bother you but, I'm new here and I have no idea where to go." She said, looking down the hall. "Did you get a schedule?" I asked, crossing my muscular arms. "Yeah, but some single-minded girls tore it up in the bathroom during passing period." She blushed, looking down at the floor. "You know what, never mind. I don't feel like embarrassing myself any more today." She started to walk away. I gently grabbed her arm causing her to turn to face me. "What did you have last period?" I asked, she took a moment of thought before answering. "Physics, I think." She answered nervously. "You go to lunch this period. I'm heading there myself." I said, reluctantly letting go of her perfectly tanned forearm. "Just follow me." I continued, gesturing for her to follow.
We walked into the cafeteria. Voices and laughter filled our ears. Cramming our head with subtle chaos. Erica walked up to me and glanced at Carrie, and grunted of disgust. "Who is she?" Erica asked, jealousy laced her words heavily. It was kinda hot, seeing Erica getting all worked up over some new girl. "She's the new girl, I was just helping her out. She was lost, can't leave a damsel in distress. What kind of hero would I be babe?" I grinned. Carrie nervously smiled at Erica, trying to avoid a fight. Erica huffed in frustration and latched onto my bicep, pulling me to the side. "You're always attracting these tramps." Erica groaned, staring up at me. I laughed until she went on. "Okay, so what I wanted to talk about was..." She took a long pause, it felt like it was never going to end. "Cameron...I'm breaking up with you. This relationship isn't working out for me. I'm really sorry. I still love you. But it's not how I want it to be. I have been trying so hard to try and convince myself to stay and make it work. It's just, you're...not enough." Erica ended, gazing up at me with glossy eyes that were deep with regret and sadness. What she said broke my heart and insulted me in one sentence, filling me with a rage I had no control of. The only thing on my mind was revenge. To return the pain she caused me.
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Missing Alpha ReturnsWerewolf
Cameron Hawk's entire life has been a lie. He has no idea who, or what, he is. Confused and on the hunt for answers, he uncovers many secrets that were never meant to be kept. Join him on his journey of finding himself. Watch as he finds the life th...