An Experiment with Werewolves: Part 3 by K. Matthew

The third installment in a werewolf series

An experiment with werewolves: part 3

Despite being the means to an end, life at the rehabilitation facility isn't as easy as Taya imagined. Being in close quarters with the man who tried to force himself on her is a daunting task, and Taya feels the need to out him to the rehabilitation facility before he's set free to target other women. But how can she expect to expose her attacker, when her own lover did something similar before he gained her heart?

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal

Language: English

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Word Count: 7949

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An all too familiar image displayed across the screen when I sat in front of the computer. Brain Games it said in large multicolored letters. Surely, this couldn't be a coincidence.

Doctor Lee was in the room, checking to make sure she had our attention before speaking. “Good morning, everyone. You probably recognize the screen in front of you from the hierarchy trials. Brain Games is a program that tests and monitors your problem-solving skills, attention to detail, mental dexterity, and memory. At the hierarchy trials, our goal was to find out how well you performed under stress. Today, there is no competition for top score. Now, we want to see how you perform under normal circumstances.

“Brain Games will be an ongoing exercise while you're in rehabilitation. We'd like for you to test with it once a day while you are here. I know it just seems like games, but I can guarantee by the time you leave here, you'll be much more attentive and focused than you were before.

“I trust you understand how the program works, since you've all used it before. You may start at your leisure. When you're finished, please sit quietly until everyone else is finished, and we'll call you one at a time for your health screening.”

I half expected Rex to raise his hand for help, but he just stared at the screen, grumbling with a look of contempt that was almost powerful enough to set the computer ablaze in front of him. If he needed help, I certainly hoped he would ask for it instead of bugging me while I was testing. Most of the tests were timed, so getting a decent score depended greatly on your speed.

Doctor Lee left, and Sharon stepped in to take her place, sitting at an empty desk to watch us test.


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