I really wanted to get this chapter right because it is a heavy chapter. The next chapter will be up next week, I promise, because I'm really excited to write the reaction to this. The next two or three chapters will involve the inevitable fight and the aftermath so look for that.
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*Warning, this chapter has some graphic details. Proceed at your own risk*
(Sorry for any spelling/grammar errors)
“Recognize me?” Cameron asked.
My confused expression must have tipped him off.
“We had a nice little run together not too long after you moved to town.” He hinted and images of being attacked by a wolf with golden eyes flashed through my mind.
“That was you.” I whispered. He stalked closer and leaned down to inspect my face.
“So you do remember me.” He seemed almost delighted by this.
“Your eyes, they’re hard to forget.” I uttered, trying hard not to show how scared I was.
“So I’ve been told.” He murmured, his voice devoid of any emotion. He walked around me until his breath hit the back of my head before addressing my father. “The rest are ready and waiting. We have three hours until the sun goes down and then we move.”
“Excellent.” My father’s eyes gleamed. “Well now that I have what I want and you’re well on your way to getting what you want, perhaps it’s time we split ways.”
“Split ways?” Cameron chuckled darkly and my skin crawled in unease.
“Yes. I have Felicity and now that your Alpha has realized she’s gone he’ll be falling apart. We both are getting what we wanted out of our deal so I’ll take Felicity and you can go on the offensive. Done deal.”
“About that…” Cameron trailed off and for the first time in my life I saw unease flicker through my father’s eyes. “I’ve decided to renegotiate that deal.”
“What are you talking about?” My father demanded, eyes pinched in irritation but still cautiously weary.
“You see, I think it’d be so much more fun to have Nick watch as I take away the most precious thing to him. In that respect, I can’t have you taking her away.” Cameron’s hands settled on my shoulders in a tight grip.
“That wasn’t our agreement.” My father spat.
“Well, things change. Now I would like to thank you for giving me Nick’s greatest weakness but our agreement is now void and you may go.” Cameron paused and I could imagine a sinister smile creeping upon his face. “Without Libby here of course.”
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Libby Ashford is finally free of her living nightmare. On the run from her father, she and her mother move to a new town to start fresh and forget their past. Easier said than done. Starting at her new school, Libby already runs into trouble when s...