It was the day, Scarlett could feel it. Everything was calm around them, a little too calm than it normally should have. It was the calm before the storm. They knew what was coming towards them. The feeling of danger built inside was stronger then she had ever felt before.
The two packs had gathered around the palace ground waiting for them. All those people who couldn't fight were sent to Sverlian pack where they had build an underground safe room protected by a magic barrier. Some of the warriors along with Elestren, Jaden, Xavier and Kathrine.
This time, there was no trap in the way towards the palace as Scarlett knew it was of no use against them. With Ciana on their side, the only way they could win was to fight face to face.
"Alpha! The rogues have reached within ten kilometres to the palace" One of the pack warriors reported back in mind link.
"That was sooner than expected!" Scarlett said as she looked at herself in the mirror while braiding her hair.
Frayer came and stood beside her. He wrapped his hands around her and rested his chin on her shoulder. "Nervous?"
Scarlett nodded her head, "I'm nervous but not scared."
Fryer kissed the side of her head, "When this is all over, let's leave and travel around the world!"
Scarlett looked at him from the mirror. "You heard us?"
"I did," Fryer nodded, "Let's leave everything behind and live our life. Just you, me and maybe our child?"
Scarlett laughed. "Let's do that!"
She turned around and wrapped her arms around his neck. "Let's run far away."
Fryer dipped down and kissed her which she happily returned. The two hungrily kissed giving away all of their emotions before pulling apart. Scarlett looked outside the window and sighed, "It's time!"
Fryer gave her one last peck before she teleported to the battleground.
Slowly, the rogues emerged from the woods and lined around the outside of the palace.
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Scars to Remember | Feral Sins Book 1Werewolf
**Under heavy editing** ---------------------------------- She was hiding from her past, She was fighting for her future. Her sins were deeper than her scars, Her soul was shattered like glass. She was the...