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I sat on the big rock overpass and looked down at the waterfall. I pictured the day that Neil and I would be out here running in our wolf forms and making love where I am sitting.

I knew it was going to happen sooner than I thought, since I was supposed to mate with Neil soon and then I would turn into a wolf shortly after that. I was scared about everything, but I was excited to. I have never loved anyone more than I do now and I know it is the best thing to mate with him and do what our families expect us to. I still am not so happy about the marriage part just yet. I think we are to young to get married, but we don’t have a choice in what we get to do, after sitting on the edge of the waterfall for an hour, with my thoughts racing in my head. I decided it was best to run back to the house, before everyone starts to worry about me. When I got to the house, everyone was up and waiting at the dining table. I walked my way over there and took my seat, waiting for the maid to bring us our breakfast. “I’m not anyone’s girlfriend!

” Ali reached over and tucked a stray piece of hair behind my ear. “You’ve got a kick-ass body, Doc. Why did it take you so long to learn how to use it?” “You’re… my mate,” he says hesitantly, pausing slightly before he continues, “If you weren’t my mate, I would have killed you in the forest.

I’m usually not very kind to trespassers that stumble our way.” After a short span of shocked silence, he grabs my hands and squeezes them. “I’m all yours,” he whispers, staring deeply in my eyes with an unfathomable intensity.

I blushed. Chapter 5 I shook my head. I was caught in a wave of nausea, and my throat closed over. He’d found me, and now he was making it clear that he was never going to let me go. I had to get out of here. “Ooh, I’m hurt,” I put a hand over my heart, sarcastically. “That hurt me real bad.” “A hot mess,” he winks, Single Women Dating then steps away from the door. “You want to come in?” he invites, motioning for me to enter the room. Realizing that I have truly nothing else to do, I follow his movement.

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