An Experiment with Werewolves: Part 5 by K. Matthew

The fifth installment in a werewolf series

An experiment with werewolves: part 5

A murder twists everything Taya thought she knew about the werewolf rehabilitation facility. Things become more bizarre the further into the facility she's taken, and soon secret truths are revealed. Separated from her original pack mates, Taya's attention is forced to shift from rehabilitation to survival.

Genre: FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal

Language: English


Word Count: 8992

Sample text:

I couldn't believe what I was seeing and hearing. On the news, a reporter stood outside of the Texas Center for Infectious Diseases talking about how an escaped werewolf had been gunned down half a mile away from the facility. A passing motorist managed to catch video footage of it. I wasn't sure what was more shocking, the fact that it was obvious the Center's staff had decided to take it upon themselves to perform the execution, or that the man was in wolf form, and it wasn't a full moon.

Bonnie slammed the phone receiver down, sprinting around the side of the help desk to turn the television off. We hadn't been meant to see the footage, but it was too late.

“There's no need to panic,” she told us, but her expression indicated the opposite.

“That looks like a perfectly good reason to be concerned.” Brandon arched an eyebrow.

“Doctor Zimmerman or Celeste will be here shortly to explain what happened.”

“I think it's pretty obvious what happened,” a girl named Haily said. “Someone escaped during the power outage, and you killed him.”

“I'm sure it's not what it looks like,” Bonnie tried to reassure us.

“Do you even have any idea?” Haily's blue eyes burned with accusation, looking more intense behind strands of fiery red hair.

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