Rejection Pays A Price

Rejection Pays A Price

1.9M Reads 57.7K Votes 27 Part Story
Lavender By zenabk17 Completed

Tamara Rose Catherine doesn't like to be thought of as a pitied, pathetic girl with a sob story for a life.

Sure, her parents are dead.

Ok, her mate hates her.

Fine, everyone in her pack house treats her like a slave--and half of them don't even know her name.

That all changes when one day, she is banished from the pack for good and rejected by her mate, otherwise known as Alpha Dylan himself. Stumbling upon a warm group of happy-go-lucky werewolves only a few towns over, she finds herself taken into their care and completely reformed. Little by little, Tamara Rose finds herself forgetting her old life and focusing on her new one. She is completely reformed into a badass, strong, beautiful werewolf who would no longer even think about letting anyone push her over into doing all their work for them. She's happy, and that's all there is to it.

But will all that change when she finds out her pack has to leave home to save another pack from rogues? Going back to her old pack will be more than a little difficult, and Tamara doesn't know if she'll be able to handle it.

But it doesn't look like she has much of a choice.

  • dylan
  • eric
  • fudgsicles
  • hashbrowns
  • jordan
  • josh
  • lizzie
  • rejection
  • rose
  • tamara
  • wattys2014
Shy_girl140 Shy_girl140 Oct 19
Buy since I'm not it will be cool if we were just friends u know
mysty_7248 mysty_7248 Apr 21
True, I had that in mind as I read the description (but to be honest, I love cliches and I love stories similar to this one).
Shy_girl140 Shy_girl140 Oct 19
I love you like so much if I was gay I would totally ask u out
georgiar21 georgiar21 5 days ago
I actually love books like these and normally I can’t find enough any ideas on what to search to find more books like these ?💓
parijata parijata Apr 12
First thought same old, same old, but cliches are actually nice
You forgot donuts, pizza, chocolate, candy, junk food...
                              
                              The list goes on