An Experiment with Werewolves: Part 1 by K. Matthew

The first installment in a werewolf series

An experiment with werewolves: part 1

It's been almost three years since Taya Raveen first set foot in the Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation. After being unwillingly turned into a werewolf and then forced to leave the pack to live as a lone wolf, all hope of a cure for the werewolf condition quickly faded away.

Life was hard but manageable. With the true alpha by her side, Taya learned to live off the land and love a man who had once taken her against her will.

But when she receives a letter announcing that the werewolves are being freed, Taya's world quickly turns upside down. Tough decisions have to be made that could separate her from her lover forever.

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal

Language: English


Word Count: 9688

Sample text:

I couldn't believe my eyes when I opened the note left wedged in our cabin door. The message inside was so surreal I had to read it twice. We were finally being released from the Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation, the place that had been both my prison and home for nearly three years.

Despite the good news, I couldn't neglect my duties. My hands took pause several times while I was cleaning the day's kill and building a fire, my mind repeatedly getting lost in thoughts of what life would be like outside of the reservation. It had been so long. How much had changed?

While there were plenty of concerns, the question really bothering me was what would happen between Rex and I once we left the reservation. For the past few years, I stayed with him as his companion and lover, living as a lone wolf by his side. He was a hard man with little emotion besides annoyance and anger, and sometimes I wondered if he only kept me around out of guilt from turning me into a werewolf.

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