An Experiment with Werewolves: Part 2 by K. Matthew

The second installment in a werewolf series

An experiment with werewolves: part 2

The gates of the Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation are finally opened, and it's time for Taya to move away from the past and on to the future. Being rehabilitated before returning to society is a lot more complicated than she could have imagined though.

At the Center for Infectious Diseases, Taya is introduced to a whole new staff that will be responsible for ensuring her physical and mental well being. New bonds will be formed, and others might be destroyed forever.

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal

Language: English


Word Count: 8029

Sample text:

Surreal is the only word I can think of to describe what it was like to watch the werewolves who were leaving on the New York bus pass through the reservation gate. I should have been on that bus, but I wasn't. My heart had kept me by Rex's side, despite the nagging in my brain that I was probably making the wrong choice. How could I possibly leave him after everything he had done for me though?

When the New York bus left, I explained to Rex the choice I had been given. To be honest, I thought he would grumble about me deciding to stay with him, but he said nothing, looking at me with a blank expression before quickly changing the subject. It hurt that I couldn't tell what he was thinking—didn't know if he was grateful or not.

We watched the Blackfoot Werewolf Reservation become emptier day after day. By the end of the week, there was only a skeleton crew left.

Finally, it was time for us to board the bus to the Texas rehabilitation facility. Emmett, Sasha, Chris, and Terry were all standing at the gate when we arrived—the false alphas and betas of the pack. Surely, it couldn't be coincidence that they were all going to the same facility. As much as I wanted to keep my mouth shut, the situation was too strange.

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