The Twilight Circle

Olathe is a werewolf, and a damn pretty one, too (On the front cover :P). Her name actually means beautiful. But when she meets a stranger, her life begins to stir up. Things are turned upside down! In this crazy life of hers, four men are each fighting for the right to claim her as their own. Some girls would dream of this; but circumstances are not on Olathe's side.
~The first compelling novel in the Grey Wolves series~

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4. First Challenge

"Now we have a view on who would have gotten the best genes, and who would have gotten the worst." My dad said simply, acting like it was nothing. I felt a wide, wolfish grin spread across my face. It was so obvious who he was singling out. Poor Desdemona. Oh well, karma eventually has to come back around... Too bad this sort of karma is permanent. I think, snickering. When I glance at Adonis, I can see that his eyes are twinkling with amusement.

"This is so awesome!" I say, my movements give him what I want to say.

"I'm so excited!" He says as I watch him move and twitch, my mind forming the right words to go along with the movements.

 

Then my mother yips, getting the pack's attention.

The rest of the pack had transformed, even the five-year-old, who was literally a pup. All eyes were on my mother.

 

Well, of course, I have to tell you what I'm looking at, don't I?

My mother's coat is pure white, seeing as it would look really weird having a blonde wolf. Her eyes are emerald green, and there's a pale glow behind them, indicating dominance, but not much.

You see, mum had to fight her way to be alphess.

 

"We will begin. May the adolescents follow close behind me, the rest of the pack following behind them." As my mum turns, Adonis and I pad close behind her, Desdemona following behind us. The rest of the pack follows behind Desdemona.

 

~*~

 

Eventually, my mum stops as we arrive at a meadow, standing infront of us. The rest of the pack sits, including me. "You will take yourself on a lone hunt for this challenge. Seeing who can take down the best prey is a great way to determine strength, and skill. We will then determine which one, strength or skill, you used with a different challenge." My mother chuckled to herself. "I sure as hell hope you complete the second challenge, because then you have more strength than brains if you don't." Having more strength than brains would be shameful for me. Besides, how much strength am I going to have with this tiny frame?

 

My mum yips once again to get the packs attention.

"Begin."

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