then we danced in the dark under september stars in the pourin' rain
and i know that i can't ever tell you enough,
that all i need in this life is your crazy love
I sat on the bed in Chance's room. We still didn't sleep in the same room since I still wanted some space. He was looking in the mirror, rolling up the sleeves to his button-down shirt. I was strapping on my heels and clasping together the buckle to them. Chance looked at me through the mirror and smiled. "So, what did you want to tell me at your grandparents house earlier? You said you wanted to talk about something?"
I stood up from the bed, pulling down my dress that had ridden up a little bit. I walked over the window and looked at all of the pack members setting up for the barbeque today, "I just wanted to see if you wanted to give this a shot, us I mean. I've been stubborn and I feel like you have been too. You always talk about how much your wolf cares about you but never how you really feel. If you want to give this a chance, I'm willing to as well."
Chance's smile lit up the entire room. "I have been waiting for you to tell me this for a long time now. I acted like I didn't care because I thought it would hurt less if I tried turning off my feelings for you. Every time you rejected me, it hurt a little more so I pretended not to care in hopes that it would lessen the pain of the rejection. I want to give this a chance as well. I want us to work, since you're stuck with me forever."
I smiled. "I don't want to fully mate though. I want to start out slow and go on dates and actually get to know each other."
Chance came over to me and looked out the window with me. "That's probably the best thing you ever said to me. Of course, we can take it slow, anything you need and want, you got it. Does this mean I can kiss you?"
I laughed and turned to look at Chance who was leaning up against the windowsill. "Slow down there, buddy. I don't kiss on the first date."
Chance narrowed his eyes. "You aren't going to play easy to get, are you?"
"No, I'm not but I won't fight you anymore, as long as you're nice."
Chance walked to his closet and grabbed a pair of vans to put on. "Well, would you like to go on a date with me this Saturday night?"
I turned from the window and smiled at Chance. "Sure, why not? What are you planning on doing?"
Chance shrugged his shoulders. "It's going to be a surprise. By the way, we already had a date before, when I took you into town and told you I am a werewolf. This will be our second date which means I get to kiss you."
Chance started coming towards me but I put a hand out, stopping him. "I actually changed my mind. I don't kiss before the third date."
Before Chance could say anything, I ran out of his room, my laughter bouncing off the walls. I heard Chance growl loudly, a playful growl that had made some pack members around me jump. I laughed even harder, making my way downstairs and back into my room to finish getting ready.
I was standing beside Chance on a small stage in the middle of the pack. He had his arm around my waist which was sending tingles and warmth all throughout my body. Before this was happening, Chance had asked me if I wanted to be initiated into the pack tonight. I was hesitant at first but decided to just do it anyway and get it over with. Now, Chance was introducing me to the pack. "As some of you may know, I have finally found my mate and our Luna. She isn't a part of our pack yet but she will be soon. Tonight, is her twentieth birthday and tonight we will initiate her into the pack! Everyone please say hello to our new Luna!"
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Bailey Scotts just wanted to find love again. When tragedy strikes her family, they move to a small town to live with her grandparents. Bailey's parents just wanted the best for her, and so going to her father's hometown would be just what they all...