Chapter 34-The Big Reveal

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Chapter 34-The Big Reveal

Madison's POV

Ever since the news of Andrew and Rose's disappearance, Blake has been distant. He's basically shut me out, and I don't know what I should do. I'm worried about him, but every time I try to talk to him, he just brushes me off. It's been a week and I'm starting to lose my mind.

I know he is under a lot of pressure, but it hurts every time he ignores me, or says he's too busy. I just want to help him, but he won't let me. I know that he's hurting, and I want to take some of his pain away, but he refuses to even talk to me. It's like he thinks this is all my fault.

I mean I know Andrew was taken too so it was probably the pack that he belongs too, but I couldn't just let him die! If he wasn't brought into the pack, he would have died, and I wouldn't be able to live with the fact that I had the chance to help and I didn't.

I didn't know that his pack would come and take him, and then take Rose too. How was I supposed to know that? I can't see the future.

Besides, I had assumed that he had betrayed his pack or something, and that was the reason why he was so beat up. I didn't think they would want him back.

He probably knows too many of their secrets and they couldn't just leave him here in case he told us about them.

The day that they were taken, Blake sent out a group of the best scouts in the pack to see if they could pick up any scents, but they came up with nothing. Every single day since then, Blake has had most of the pack, the best of the best, working to try and find where they disappeared to.

The only scents that can be traced were Andrew's and Rose's, but only up to a certain point. The people that took them were able to mask their scents and since Andrew's and Rose's scent disappears after a few steps, we have no chance of finding them. They didn't leave anything behind except for dead bodies.

The families of those that were killed have been so brave. They have all dedicated their time into trying to get justice for what happened to their family member. They mourned their loss, but they knew that crying all the time wasn't going to bring their loved one back.

I did my best to comfort them, but I couldn't help but feel slightly guilty for what had happened. This only happened because Andrew was here, and Andrew was only here because of me.

All the family members had assured me that this wasn't my fault, it was only the fault of the attackers, but I still felt bad. I haven't been a Luna for long, but I'm already doing a bad job. Maybe I'm just not cut out for this.

"Madison, are you ok?" I'm brought out of my thoughts by the sound of Josh's voice. He looks very concerned and very tired.

"I'm fine, I was just thinking," I say, giving him a small smile.

"Do you want to talk about it?" The last thing I want to do it to burden him with my problems. He already has enough on his plate right now, I don't want him to worry about me.

"Nah, I'm fine," I say, shooting him a grateful smile.

"He'll come around. He's just really worried right now, and he's freaked out because you could have been hurt. Those people were able to get in and out of the pack without being detected, he's just worried about what would or could have happened to you," Josh says as he places a hand on my shoulder.

"I know, but I'm fine! I wasn't hurt! Besides, wasn't that the point of training me? So I could protect myself?"

"Well yes, but you've only just started your training. The men that were Luna Rose had been training for most of their lives, and you say what happened to them. The men in the pack that Andrew is in don't play fair. They're dirty and they'll use whatever techniques they can to bring pain and hurt others."

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