Spirit Wolf by Lola Glass EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Lola Glass
- Language: English
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Are you sure you don’t want me to come in with you?” Taylor checked.
“I’m sure.” I heaved a sigh.
I avoided visiting my grandma as much as possible, for two reasons:
Because her trailer reminded me of the shitty day my fated mate walked in
and ruined my life, and because she was absolutely insane.
“You do realize that talking to her requires getting your ass out of this
rental car and walking those sexy buff thighs of yours up to the door?” my
best friend pulled me out of my thoughts again.
“Shut up,” I grumbled.
She laughed. “Come on, Lex. You flew us all the way to Wisconsin, the
least you can do is actually go talk to the person we’re here to see.”
I sighed again. We’d made a fun trip out of it, seeing a few sights and
hitting up a local spa before making our way to my grandma’s house, but
now it was the moment of reckoning, and I had absolutely no desire to
My ghostly wolf snorted from the back seat, jumping out of the car and
trotting up to the door.
“Dammit.” I unclicked the buckle and hurried after Spirit, the ghost wolf.
I’d been born a werewolf whose animal could split apart from me in a
ghostlike form, but over the past year and a half, Spirit and I had started
losing the ability to merge again after separating. She’d been stuck outside
our physical body for about a month by the time I finally decided to talk to
My grandma stepped outside a moment after Spirit entered, and her eyes
focused on me.
Goddess, they were clouded.
My gift was nothing compared to hers. My grandma saw visions of the
future, and the visions drove her to insanity.
The cloudier her eyes got, the less sense she made when she spoke. And
her eyes were now so clouded that I could barely make out the differences
between her pupils and the rest of her eyes—which used to be a light blue.
“Alexandra,” she murmured.
I didn’t bother reminding her that I went by Lex, a nickname she’d given
me when I was a toddler.
“Hey, Grandma.” I gave her a tight smile.
“There’s darkness around you. Your soul’s shrinking. Your feet are being
chewed by rats. Your eyes hold oceans.”
“I know, Grandma. Let’s get inside, okay?”
I felt shitty for not living with her, taking care of her, but the pack she
lived in had someone check on her once a day to make sure she was eating.
There were a few other gifted wolves in the pack, so they understood why she
was the way she was.
And after the time she’d tried to murder me with a butcher’s knife when I
was fifteen, I knew it wasn’t really safe for anyone to live with her.
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