Scurrilous Stories

"I-It can't be..." she stuttered, stepping back and dropping the black shotgun that was in her hand.
"I-I didn't know it was her love. Please..." he coughed out, crying.
"You killed her!" she screamed, breaking down and collapsing on her knees.
"Baby please. I love you." he said, as she looked up.
There was a brief silence, before a cough was heard.
"I love you too." she cried out, burying her head in her hands.


2. Gingerly Greeting

Chapter 1 - Gingerly Greeting


‘Hey Sarah.’ Nadine Halliday greeted her colleague, as she tied the sash of her apron.

‘Hey Nadine!’ Sarah Coyne exclaimed, giving her a quick hug before picking up a plate.

‘The people at table 4 are so bossy.’ Sarah huffed, pushing open the ‘staff only’ door with her hip and attending to her table.

Nadine took out her waitress pad and propped a pencil above her ear, before walking through the same door Sarah did and attending to another table.

Nadine Halliday had dark chocolate brown hair and slightly tanned skin. Her eyes were a caramel color, with a mix of chocolate brown in them.



She was thin but curvy and one of the most beautiful girls in her school.

‘Hello sir, what can I get for you?’ she politely asked an old man, with a gray beard.

‘A black coffee, no sugar, no milk.’ He grumpily stated, engrossing his newspaper once again. Nadine wrote down his request in her pad, and rushed back to the kitchen, where she prepared his coffee.

After placing it on a saucer and tray, she pushed open the door and approached the man again, placing the coffee carefully on the marble top of the table.

‘There you go sir.’ She stated sweetly sending his a smile, before taking the tray back to the kitchen.

She was hoping her polite behavior would earn her some tips, but by the way the man was talking to her, she highly doubted it. She sat on the front counter, looking down at her fingernails, waiting for someone to pay their bill.




When her nighttime shift was finally over, she un-tied the sash of her apron and took it off, placing it on the hook.

She clocked out, before facing her manager, Mr. Branch, and saying goodbye to him. He waved back, before disappearing into his office out the back.

She walked towards her apron again, forgetting about the tips she earned, and scooped them from the front pocket of her apron.

She carried the tips towards her jacket and let the money slide into one of the pockets, before she shrugged it on.

She took her shoulder bag from the hook and placed it on her shoulder, soon walking out of the small diner. She breathed out heavily, watching the fog she formed with the help of the cold air.

She walked down the footpath, towards the entrance of the woods.

This way was the quickest route back to the house she shared with her dad, Aaron Halliday.

Nadine took a deep breath, before turning on the flashlight that was on her phone. She walked along the path until she heard a loud rustling in the bush.

She twisted the flashlight towards the rustling to see a pair of red eyes, staring sat her intensively. Her voice got caught in her throat, and she dropped her cell phone, beginning to walk backwards.

She soon backed up against the tree; she watched whatever it was that was coming closer to her. As it soon came out of the plantation, Nadine saw its features clearly with the help of the cellphone flashlight.

It was a wolf.

A rather large one at that.

She gulped, looking at the animal with furrowed eyebrows.

She loved wolves, especially werewolves, but she never thought she would have a real-life encounter with one.

They were quite scary looking in person. She soon walked forwards putting her hand out in front of her.

She didn’t know what she was doing, and she couldn’t stop. She felt as if this animal was something special. The animal approached her cautiously, it’s eyes soft.

The animal didn’t want to hurt her, it felt this urge to always be with her, to hold her close and never let her go.

The animal didn’t know what to make of this emotion, as it’s never felt something so powerful before in its life.

It felt drawn to her, just like she did to it. the wolf moved more forward until it’s muzzle was in contact with her extended hand.

Nadine gasped, and the wolf instantly looked up, flattening its ears. She caressed its fore-face, her mouth wide in shock at its calm behavior.

Wolves are normally raging animals, which are carnivorous.

She continued caressing its fur, until it got so close at sat down in front of her. The wolf hummed in happiness as it nuzzled its head into her leg.

Nadine smiled faintly, at the softness of the animal. She sat down, on the dirt and smiled at it faintly. It hummed again, before crawling between her legs.

She felt comfortable with it.

Just as much as the wolf felt comfortable with her.

The wolf was larger then other wolves. It had the unusual color of dirty-blonde fur, and beading red eyes. It was beautiful animal over all, and that’s exactly what Nadine thought about the animal.

She cuddled up to the animal, burying her head in the fur that was on its neck. The wolf placed its paws on her shoulders, and looked into her eyes.

It licked her cheek, before hearing a howl. Its ears perked up and it looked alert, carefully getting off Nadine.

She looked at the wolf worryingly, before standing up. The wolf looked up at her, giving her eyes that in her eyes looked in love.

In her head, she couldn’t believe she just cuddled with a wolf.

The wolf suddenly felt this over-protective motive over Nadine, and it started to run through the woods, its fur rustling in the wind.

Nadine looked over at the retreating animal, feeling slightly empty without it.

But with hearing another howl, she was brought back to reality, and started to run along the path towards the other side of the woods.

When she made it out of the woods, she shook her head in disbelief, feeling as though this was just some crazy dream, and she would wake up in the morning with the reassurance that she never met a wolf.

The wolf, after scaring off the other, ran back to where it found the human girl. it’s heart sunk, seeing her not there.

It suddenly felt worried and incomplete, not seeing her there. Soon, all the pieces of the puzzle were put together and everything became clearer.

It found its mate.

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