A second bridge, that looked different, sort of smaller and harder to cross than the first but I couldn't think about that now and even as I started walking across the first bridge I couldn't help but look back and the other smaller one. I sort of expected to find something beautiful, but what I found was beyond description, everything was so extremely beautiful. There were no words to describe this place, it was light everywhere, pure and beautiful light and I couldn't imagine a dark corner in this place, but there was a dark corner and no matter how small it still frightened me but today wasn't the day to deal with dark things. I was just looking around and there he was waiting for me and suddenly I knew what I had to do. I went to him, held his mesmerizing gaze and saw and felt every important detail of his life.
The birth of his brother...Joy, he wasn't alone anymore.
Death of his mother...Grief, sadness beyond comprehending.
First transformation... Excitement, at experiencing something he's been waiting for his whole life.
Meeting me...Love, happiness, at finding someone he's always been looking for even if he didn't know it.
Almost loosing me...Pain, remembering loosing his mother and understanding what his father felt.
It took me a while to wrap my mind around everything I have seen and experienced with him and I couldn't help letting him in. How could I not trust him with my memories when he did the same in turn. My fathers death, being alone at school, feeling guilty for his death, meeting him and not being alone anymore, confessing what happened with my father, him erasing some of my guilt and so many more memories that were happy and painful at the same time. We stayed together like that, sharing memories for a long while and when we got back into our bodies, it didn't take long for both of us to fall asleep in each others arms.
When I woke up he was still asleep, I didn't dare move and wake him up. I could feel his heartbeat against my cheek and hear his soft breathing. He had a protective arm around my waist holding me close to him and that was where I stayed until he stirred and I couldn't help but look up at his face that looked so peaceful but vulnerable when he was sleeping. I couldn't help it he looked so different when he was asleep, so I just looked at him until he opened his eyes and looked down on me.
"Hey sleeping beauty." I said softly smiling and remembering the time he said that to me.
"Hey," he said kissing my forehead, this kiss held no passion just caring but still sent a little spark through my body, this kiss was caring it was something that should be treasured.
When he walked me home it was actually pretty early, just before sunrise. It was the perfect time to sneak home, this way my grandparents didn't have to know that I was sleeping with a guy and when I say sleeping I mean sleeping.
The next couple days passed in a blur and tomorrow I was supposed to shift. I was not taking the day off school even though Jakob wanted me to, I missed too much already and I was not planning on doing that anytime soon.
I was supposed to wear nothing but a thin, white material draped over my shoulders, at least not totally naked. It was the same for Jake but the material he was supposed to wear was black, I guess kind of like Ying and Yang. I had to admit I was a bucket of nerves and I couldn't really concentrate on anything and then I remembered the calm and totally safe feeling I had when I was connected to Jake, which reminded me of that other bridge which I was still curious about. I decided that I needed a break, so I closed my eyes and just let go of everything and a couple of minutes of relaxing later, there they were the two bridges, but this time I headed for the smaller, darker one.
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~Book 1 of Soul Mates series~ After her fathers death, Rose is sent to live with her grandparents in a small town in Romania. There she discovers something she never thought existed, finds a best friend and her soul mate. Oh and did i forget to ment...