Bitten & Changed

It seemed so surreal, the dream it woken me up again. The dream wouldn't let me have one nights rest. It seemed as if the dream was trying to tell me something. The dreams were always trying to get to me, and now I think they were. I didn't like it at all. They all started two years ago.

Meet Liara Huddleston she's now 18 years old. She just moved with her mother to a new town called AshMere Lake in Nevada. She never did share her dreams with anyone, but what happens when her dreams start to come true and everything starts to fall in to place for Liara?

Meet Brantley and Bentley Wolfe, everyone knows their family, everyone know what they are. When Liara moves to town the boys take an interest in her. They both need in her ways that they didn't ever imagine.


2. Chapter 2- The Wolfe Brothers

Since I was already up and showered by 6:30am I decided to go ahead and start packing what I needed for my new school. I was so nervous, I didn't want to really eat anything. Well maybe something small.

As I looked around my new room that was stark white with wood work around my windows and door. The door was oddly shaped, the top was slanted down then it also had a little flap where it slanted down for like thin sheets of paper to go in and out. Like I said, weird.

The sun was starting to rise so I pulled my sheer thin curtain back to look. I smiled because the darkness was starting to fade as the purple and oranges started to come in with the rising sun.

As the sun kept rising, it was starting to make me squint so I went back to packing my book bag for my new school. I bit my lip with thinking that this is was going to have a big impact on my life, going to this school.

As I packed I got three binders, two notebooks, then my red pencil pouch. I loved the color red. That also took a change two years ago as well.

I was hoping to make a couple new friends, but I wasn't counting on anything. I was definitely missing back home where I left two of my friends. Selena and Dawson. They were the ones that helped me through almost everything.

Now I had no one, not even a sibling because I was an only child. As I finished packing my book bag there was a knock on my door.

"Come in." I say.

"Oh I was just coming in to wake you up." My mother's new boyfriend smiled then stood there awkwardly.

"Yeah, you don't have to do that. I'm an early riser. " I tell him.

Things between us were weird. I didn't like him. I thought he was weird. He was starting to go bald in the middle of his head. Kevin was a body builder and his ego was big as Texas state or even bigger, I swear. Also he a bad habit of telling my mom what to do and if she didn't do he would mouth off to her. I couldn't stand him.

I don't know what she was thinking when she picked him to date. I wish my dad was still here. I would be with him instead of my mom. Don't get me wrong I love my mom to bits and pieces but with Kevin around our relationship had been strained a little bit.

"So you want breakfast?" He asked while looking at me like I was candy. It was sickening. I rolled my eyes. I couldn't take it anymore.

"Look here Kevin, don't act all sweet and innocent because it's not going to get you anywhere with me. I have a dad and I'm not sure what happened to him but you will never, ever take his place." I told him seriously.

He looked shocked at my sudden outburst. I was usually quiet but I wasn't in a good mood this morning. My nerves were all jumbled up. With last nights dream still fresh on my mind again I wasn't sure what was going to happen.

Soon after I told Kevin off, sort of, he left my room. Before he left my room he glared at me. I sighed and sat down in my chair and tried my hardest to try and calm myself down. It felt like my nerves were fried and I was on edge. Sad thing was I hadn't even started school yet.

About thirty minutes later my mom called me downstairs. I dragged myself from my sitting position and went downstairs slowly. As I went through the kitchen door I heard Mom and Kevin talking. Grabbing a cup out of the cupboard then went to pour me some orange juice. The one thing I didn't want to hear was, marriage. Taking a swig I almost spit it out because that's exactly what heard them whispering about. But I heard her say "I'm not ready for marriage again right now. I don't think it would be good for Liara."

The frown on my face actually turned in to a smirk. I thank the lord that my mom had a brain and wasn't thinking about herself. I know she missed my father. I had often wondered what happened to him, myself.

After I heard part of the conversation I strode in smirking. "You might want to wipe that smirk off your face before they both look at you suspiciously." My inner thoughts told me so I weighed my options and decided to wipe the smirk off my face.

As I took a seat far away from Kevin I seen mom making her a peanut butter and banana sandwich. That looked amazing, I started to imagine myself drooling. I heard someone snapping fingers so I blinked. Once more I blinked again then looked up at my mom looking at me with concern.

"Are you nervous or something?" She asked, worriedly. I shook my head but then pointed to the sandwich and gave her my famous puppy dog eyes.

"Oh Liara." Lucy giggled.

I just smiled then watched her make me a sandwich. After she got done mom handed it to me then went to get her briefcase and put her high heel pumps on. My mom worked at a Law Firm, she wouldn't ever let me go in. I didn't understand why but she must've thought I would get in to trouble or cause trouble.

Kevin turned to look at me and started to bit his lip. Suddenly his lips turned in to a frown and he got up. He plopped down beside me, as he did that I started to move but he grabbed hold of my wrist.

"Hey Kevin darling can you come here for a second please?" My mom yelled out.

"You and me will finish this later." He sneered.

I only rolled my eyes as he let my wrist go. I rolled my wrist to make sure I didn't have a mark where he gripped it a bit too tight.

I slung my light purple bag on to my shoulder then walked out of the house slamming the door behind me. I tore in to my peanut butter and banana sandwich, ending me almost getting choked on a piece of cut up banana.

"Dang, I forgot to ask mom for the keys." I coughed.

I didn't have to wait long before I noticed Kevin and her kiss goodbye. I gagged and turned my head back to look straight forward with a frown upon my face.

As mom got in the car I said "Ew."

"What?" She asked.

"You and him kissing, it's gross."

"Oh, Ari you would understand if you found someone." Lucy told me sweetly, using my old nick name dad gave me.

I scowled at the comment. I didn't like her being with someone else. It was quiet for most of the ride to school but suddenly mom pulled over. I also didn't like her using dad's nickname in the same sentence as her using his name.

She turned to me and said "What's wrong, you haven't talked to me most of the ride?"

"Nothing." I spat.

"Don't use that tone of voice with me." Mom said strictly.

"Sorry, I just don't like Kevin. He's a jerk."

"He is not a jerk. Give him a chance, Ari. Get to know him."

I gaped at her. Get to know him, give him a chance. That was out of the question. I wasn't going to give him a chance. I wasn't going to give a damn thing.

"No. I don't like him. I won't do it."

Mother threw her hands up, that was the first sign of her getting frustrated with me. But I was going to stand my ground on this one. I wasn't going to tell her what happened this morning because I knew what would happen. It would be a he said, she said type of thing and I didn't want to look foolish.

"Why won't you give him a chance. You've been different, no you changed over the two years whatever happened that night two years ago."

"Don't you dare talk about that night. It still haunts me til this day." I snarled at Lucy.

"Young lady, do not do that again. Why won't you tell me what happened, you wouldn't even tell the shrink what happened." Before I could even get a word in Mom started another sentence.

"Ari, I hear you sometimes yelling in your sleep. You don't wake up though, you just thrash around sometimes. Other times you yell. You even scream your fathers name. Please, please, tell me what happened that night." Mother pleads with me.

I won't budge, I know she'll be mad at me for a while but I just can't. I can't tell her what I don't want to remember.

"I don't really remember what happened. All I remember is waking up from my nap then go to go downstairs the bottom half of the stairs is torn to shreds, the rest of the house is ransacked. There is blood splatter in some spots. I don't remember, mom. I don't think my brain will let me."

With that I go back to looking out my window. I didn't necessarily tell her a lie but I also didn't tell the whole truth either. Mom sighed when I didn't say anymore but I seen her grab a couple tissues and wipe her eyes then handed me one.

"Your crying." Her voice filled with sorrow. I took the tissue and wiped my eyes then blew my nose. She blew her nose once again then started the car and pulled out of the store parking lot.

"I'm sorry for not being there. I'm sorry for not..." Mom said but then trailed off with her sentence.

"Mom you’re not-" I started to say but she cut me off and told me to look out the window. I looked out of my window and seen the stone gray building with windows and doors. I gulped. It reminded me one of those scary movies with the camera man showing a creepy old building with it pouring down rain and lightning crackles across the black sky.

"It looked like something out of a horror movie, mom." I squeaked out.

She just laughed then patted my hand. "You'll be just fine." Her voice still a bit shaky where she had cried a little bit.

We pulled up to the office part of the castle.

"So this is AshMere Valley High." I thought to myself.

I looked over to mom for reassurance. She just smiled and kissed my forehead.

"Good luck. Oh here. Take this."

Mom handed me a necklace that had two silver and blue triangular beads at the ends where it tied together. Every other space was filled with a blue or silver random bead and in the middle with a wolf with golden eyes staring back at me. She also handed me a wrist band that was the exact same but in a bracelet form.

"Mom, I can't-" I started to say but she held up her hand.

"No you have to wear this at all times. Okay?" She told me sternly. I just nodded and put them both on.

As I got out of the car I turned around to the brick building, facing my fears I walked forward. I felt like I was being watched so I looked both ways but didn't see anything so I scampered inside.

Today was going to be different. I don't know how I knew that but something felt different about the kids here.

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