1. Chapter 1 (Alaska's POV)
The moon began to rise over the lands that were filled with mythical beings and creatures as well as humans. This story however, does not center around them but rather a specific creature, the werewolf.
She shut the door behind her as she had just gotten back from a hunt that would be her last that she could do alone. Nothing sounded better than getting into her warm and welcoming bed and sleeping into the late afternoon or possibly all day. She decided before she could crawl into bed she would need a hot shower as her light blue and white coat was covered in blood from a deer and caked together with mud. As she turned to from her wolf form to her human form she took a moment to run a hand up her still wolf like ears that gave them away from actually looking like humans. She stripped down from her dirty clothes and stepped into the shower.
She made sure to lock the door behind her and frowned. The fact that her mother had passed away not more than two weeks ago meant that she was now inheriting her mother's role as Beta next to the Alpha Nico’s son Shamus, who would be the next Alpha of the clan after his father. She knew both of them from going to pack meeting with her mother and the fact that Alpha Nico had acted as an uncle to her with how nice he was. It was exciting that she would be working with them now, getting to be a higher rank and meeting more wolves, when not that long ago she was nothing but just a normal pack member. Fear was also a feeling inside of her as she would now have a new found responsibility as one of the trusted pack members.
She finished her shower, ringing her dark blonde hair out in the shower and grabbing a fluffy towel from the cabinet. She dried her body off and made sure to clean off her ears and tail. Alaska took the time to look at her yellow eyes, which looked like they glowed slightly, in the mirror as she brushed through her hair. Unlocking the door, she went to her room and slipped on her pajamas. Nestling herself into her bed she looked up at the ceiling of her room. She drifted away to the sound of the crickets outside her window as she knew that when she awoke, she would have a big day ahead of her.