Running with the Pack by Lola Glass EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Lola Glass
- Language: English
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The sun warmed my fur despite the cold of the snow beneath me. A small
house rested a few feet from a frozen lake to my left. The sun was setting off
to my right, and the chill in the air was growing less tolerable by the minute.
A month ago, I would’ve been fine to sleep in the forest at night, even in
the middle of winter. Now, I was already shivering.
Oh, the joys of dying slowly.
A woman with cinnamon hair stepped out onto the little house’s patio and
waved her arm through the air. I let out a deep sigh, the noise foreign to my
If I didn’t get up now, she’d start yelling. And then she’d come grab me and
lecture me. I hated lectures.
And she was right; the cold was bad for me.
I stood slowly on shaky legs. Walking was easier in my furry form because
if I crashed, the ground was a hell of a lot closer. Breaking my human face on
the floor? Not fun.
My legs carried me to the porch slower than a damn turtle. I shifted back to
skin after reaching the patio, and silently accepted the woman’s help as she
guided my arms into the sleeves of the fluffy robe.
“How are you feeling?” She asked, eyebrows furrowing.
I knew the exact conversation that was about to ensue, and I was way past
tired of it.
“Fine.” I gave her a tight smile, only because it would up my chances of
not being smothered.
She pressed her fingers to my neck and lifted the watch on her wrist,
checking my pulse. I stood and waited while she counted, holding myself up
with my hands on the back of a patio chair.
“Too fast.” She clucked, removing her fingers and slipping my arm over
her shoulder so she could help me walk. “You need to mate with Ezra and let
him heal you.”
I said nothing. My response would’ve contained more cuss words than she
deserved, in all her kindness.
“But you’re still not going to do it, are you?” She prodded, helping lower
me into the living room’s giant rocking chair that could practically eat me
whole. It was the only piece of furniture that smelled like me and no one else,
so I pretty much lived in the thing.
“Nope.” My arms wrapped around my stomach. “Thanks for the
suggestions, though.” I gave her another tight smile. This time, because she
was my grandma… and because unlike most people, she cared about my
We’d reached a delicately balanced truce in the first few days I’d been
there. After I stole her SUV in an attempt to escape… and crashed the damn
thing when my legs decided to give out on me. I offered to pay for it if she
retrieved my phone from the Alphas of All, but she decided I should keep my
money and stay trapped.
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