Caravan Witch by Shannon Mayer EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Shannon Mayer
- Language: English
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- Genre: Epic Fantasy
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I LIFTED MY NOSE INTO THE WIND, UNABLE TO BELIEVE WHAT—NO, WHO—I
was smelling. I closed my eyes and held her scent in my lungs, afraid I would
lose it, that this was some sort of mirage that had taken hold of my olfactory
senses. Funny to think that everyone had their own smell, their own unique
tag that made them who they were, and the girl I’d been trying to find for the
last three years was no different.
I didn’t even dare think her name. Because for the last three years, the
hope that I’d find her in this broken world had faded with each day.
A bump in my side turned my head to the wolf next to me. Jasmine had
been with me for the last few months after she escaped a particularly nasty
pack. She lifted her eyebrows. “It’s a caravan up ahead, I think.” The tips of
her ears twitched as she zeroed in on the noises ahead of us.
I nodded. That was my thought too. I drew another deep breath and
picked up the other smells that lingered on the slowly moving wind. Men and
women, humans, oil and some sort of fuel for vehicles, charred food, and
stranger than all that, shifters. Shifters and humans didn’t generally mix. In
my wolf form as I was, the smells were sharper, clearer, and there was no
doubt that the two species were together.
“We should go around them.” Jasmine snorted and shook her head.
“No,” I said, thinking about just how I was going to handle this. Jasmine
was . . . difficult, to say the least. Not a bad person, just a bit of a fool when it
came to making decisions. My lips twitched but I clamped back the smile that
wanted to emerge.
“The last group tried to kill us,” she snapped, her teeth clicking. “How
can you forget that?”
The third part of our tiny pack came up on my right, quiet. She was the
youngest by far, only thirteen or fourteen, even she wasn’t sure. She’d been
nine or ten when the world had been broken and she’d been taken right away
by a wolf pack. Her eyes were wide and full of curiosity. Her fur was a deep
brown, rich with auburn undertones. Smaller than both me and Jasmine
whether on two legs or four as she was now, she was strong beyond her
“Whatever you think is best, Alex,” she said. “You’ve been a good
I bobbed the top of her head with my chin. Like a little sister, Marley had
bonded to me and vice versa. Jasmine gave a low growl.
“You can’t just trust him.”
“Then go your own way, Jay,” I said. “I’m not keeping you here.” I mean,
I knew she wanted to stay, and I knew what she wanted from me, but . . . my
heart was somewhere else.
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