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Questions of My ChildhoodJZLobo
Author's note: This story is a prequel to On Second Thought and the rest of the stories in the series.
Questions of My Childhood
The newest member of the Argo pack set Reilly Austin’s hackles on end, as he skulked about and watched her when he thought she wasn’t looking. But he wasn’t as subtle as he thought, especially with a salty, rancid smell like his. Bathing seemed to be a foreign concept to him. And then there was his wide-eyed, paranoid stare—like he was a serial killer or something. Why her uncle Nicholas, the Alpha of Argo, had seen fit to accept him, she didn’t understand. But it was not her place to question him. All she could do was keep her guard up around this guy.
He didn’t even have a last name. What was this guy’s deal? Who the hell was just called “Sammy,” anyway?
“To my niece, Fortune!” bellowed Nicholas, known to
In the Valley of the DevilsThis is how we prepare for winter in werewolf country: by lighting all the torches on the ramparts around the encampment, because werewolves fear fire, and so that we can see them when they come skulking in the dead of night. Sometimes, beneath the flames, we see the werewolves in our midst, the ones standing beside us. This makes the winter longer, and darker.rsbohn
This is how we prepare for winter in the forest outside the camp: by catching rabbits and deer and possum, and roasting them on spits on our little fires, which we keep small so that the village will not see the smoke. If they locate us, they will come with guns and silver shrapnel, and tear us to bloody bits.
By first frost, we have finished digging the ditch around us. It is filled with blades pointing up, and hemlock and mistletoe, which the werewolves avoid as a vampire avoids garlic. We toss in the cut branches, and also some parts of their brethren, a skull or tooth, or a hand, which was once a paw
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