FOUR - So, where are we staying?

2.3K 82 1
                                          

Oops! This image does not follow our content guidelines. To continue publishing, please remove it or upload a different image.

"How much longer?" Elestren groaned in frustration

Oops! This image does not follow our content guidelines. To continue publishing, please remove it or upload a different image.

"How much longer?" Elestren groaned in frustration. They have been waiting outside the back border for an hour now. It didn't help that they have been driving through the narrow unpaved road for more than three hours.

"Even I'm getting tired of waiting now," Elena honked for the umpteenth time now. She took out her phone and called the number they had given her through the email she received.

"Okay, that's it!" She finally put her phone away and started the car.

"Wha...what are you going to do?" Elestren sceptically asked.

"Going in uninvited" Elena grumbled and pressed on the accelerator.

"Um... I'm not sure if that is a good idea,"

"It's a much better idea than waiting here for them to appear," Elena said in frustration.

"Bu...but still..." Elestren stopped mid-sentence when the two noticed the scene happening at a distance.

"I didn't know there was a war going on here," Elena chuckled. "How in the world were hunters even able to get inside here?"

"Don't you think we should help them?" Elestren said in excitement. "I haven't had an intense fight in ages."

Elena stopped her car and looked at Elestren with a raised eyebrow. "Go ahead, I'll only join if I'm needed there."

Elestren took out her guns from the small bag on the back seat and checked the ammunition before going out. Elena sat back comfortably in the car watching them as they continued to fight. It was more like she was studying them, analyzing how this situation occurred in the first place. 

The pack members were taken by surprise, Elena could tell that much seeing how women and children were still here. Elena sat straight when she noticed there were rogue wolves here as well but there was something wrong with them. Living her whole life among the rogues, she knew right ahead that something was not wrong. They looked like they were being controlled. Their eyes were pitch black, even the white part of eyes had turned black. It was as if there was no human part left in them. 

Scars to Remember | Feral Sins Book 1Where stories live. Discover now