A Life with Werewolves by K. Matthew

The fifth installment in a werewolf series

A life with werewolves

A new predator. An unexpected savior. A journey into the unknown.

Taya experiences her first shift as a werewolf, and it's even more frightening than she could have imagined. Placed back onto the Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation, she has to deal with accusing eyes and a rather aggressive alpha.

This is serial 5 of 6.

Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Erotica

Language: English


Word Count: 11110

Sample text:

I sat in the shifting room, staring at the two-way mirror in front of me. Was John Edward behind it? Perhaps some other compound staff whose job it was to monitor the shift?

It was nerve wracking waiting for the full moon, like I was waiting for my executioner to flip the switch on the electric chair. Soon I would be convicted as guilty, sentenced to a life inside of the Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation. What would happen to my report then? I wondered.

Everything in me wanted to get up and walk around, to find the places on the walls where they had concealed the claw marks. How many others were hidden below those? Soon, mine would join them.

My palms were sweaty as I wrung my hands in nervous anticipation. Maybe I somehow avoided contracting the disease. Perhaps, by some grace, it would pass over me. That was a stupid thing to hope for though. I knew good and well that I had it, just as I was sure John knew too.

Rex. Your plan backfired. I bet you're going to feel like a real asshole when I walk back through those gates.

I don't even want to think about how I'm going to feel. Their eyes will be upon me, accusing, assuming. They'll look at Chris too, but I'm the one who should have known better, they'll think.

And what of Emmett. What will he think? That I'm now his prey, a new female whom he can induct into his harem. It's not going to happen. I won't be helpless like I was with Rex. In the reservation, I'll have Chris to protect me.

My mind continued to wander, my face completely deadpan until I felt the first odd tremor. Something was changing inside of me. The moon was coming.

Book translation status:

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Already translated. Translated by Julia Bahr
Author review:
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