chapter 4“two questions, do you even know where we are going, and why aren't you melting in the sun?” Kate laughs at the question and keeps sprinting.chapter 4 by YRUSoME21
“first, you will see once we reach it. second, vampires have evolved past that, just like how werewolves evolved past the full moon transformations. any more questions josh?” i tilt my head and ask one that i have been wondering since we left the castle.
“do i change back after time, or do i have to change my self back.”
“you have to change back. if you really wanted to, you could be werewolf for the rest of your life, even though i would not suggest that.” i look back at the tired kids and decide to stay a werewolf, or at least until we get to where we are going. if i would turn back, i would be as tired as them.
Luckily the kids held up until we made it to where Kate was moving us to, or at least one of her markers. we decided to rest in one of the nearby towns until morning, when at that time we
chapter 3i awake to the clanking sound of more bars being heaved open. i turn over and try to ignore the begs and cries, but i am forced to jump out of bed when Kate notices i am awake. “so, how many kids have they taken so far today?”chapter 3 by YRUSoME21
with a sarcastic laugh, she says, “ to many.” laying back in her cell, she looks me square in the eyes. “i can tell you're worried, thats good, it shows that you care.” she sighs, and when she hears the door close, she leans toward the bars. “wish i was a werewolf, then i could show you how to turn.” she laughs, “god knows we can use a developed werewolf.”
“what is wrong with vampires? you seem to have plenty of them.”
“to be honest, werewolves are stronger, we just have always been able to do light magic.” she conjures up a sword, then proceeds to put it away. “so far, the only magic that vampires have found have been conjuration, restoration ‘as in cuts, not bringing
first flight“Alex.” the name slips past my throat with a whisper. Ever since we had escaped from prison I have awaken with nightmares full of him. He promised to meet up at the old pond, but I couldn’t stay there too long, on account of they still had dogs searching for us. The fact he was not there brought up concern in me.first flight by YRUSoME21
I slung my trusted messenger bag over my shoulder and leapt from the sturdy pine. Right now the best thing for me to do was get some distance between me and the dogs. I used to know all the dogs, not personally, but by name. I knew Delilah had a limp in her back left leg. Samson despises moving, at all. Bear; who was probably the one who would find me, he was the perfect dog. If perfect meant a three hundred pound, almost eight foot German shepherd mix with anger issues.
That was when I heard the first growl. I leapt to my feet and practically flung myself to get up to speed. I couldn’t let myself get caught, so me being me, I tore off my jacket and unr