Wolf of Bones by Amelia Shaw EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Amelia Shaw
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Montana was in the rearview mirror. After Galen received the call about
Max’s passing, the summit was over for the Northwood pack. There were no
more meetings to attend. No briefings to give, or alliances to be made. Galen
lost the most important ally he’d had.
The news hit him hard. It hit us both hard. Max and I became fast friends
in the short time we lived together and I’d taken care of him. Some may have
felt the level of care he needed was a burden, but I enjoyed our time together.
I loved him as if he were my own family and he filled a void in my life after
my father died.
But the hole in my heart had been ripped open, even bigger than before.
The summit wasn’t the only thing we left behind in our haste to get back
home. I left Valerie and Victor in my wake – along with any information they
may have had about my mother, her connection to the lost demon princess
and my red eyes.
I was so close to uncovering the truth about who I was, where I came
from and why my eyes turned red without warning. But the timing couldn’t
have been worse. Galen needed me and I would be there for him for whatever
he needed and however long.
Even if it meant I gave up on my search for the truth and continued living
a lie. I could hold up the charade for as long as I had to if that’s what it took
to help him through the loss of his father.
Word that Max succumbed to his mysterious illness spread through the
pack bond. Galen’s shared pain through the bond had been enough to call
every Northwood wolf home to the pack’s property. They lined the streets on
either side like a parade route, heads bowed in communal mourning for the
loss of one alpha and to honor another.
Galen white knuckled the steering wheel; the muscle in his jaw twitching
as he made the turn onto Cypress Lane. The small two story house Max
called home, with its cut grass and trimmed shrubs, looked the same as it had
when Galen backed the truck out of the driveway and headed for Montana.
Nothing was ever as it seemed and nothing would ever be the same again.
I unbuckled my seatbelt, flipped up the center console and slid across the
bench seat, leaning against his shoulder. His muscles relaxed as he rested his
head on top of mine and for a brief moment the tension eased from his body.
“I don’t know if I can do this.” Galen pulled into the drive and parked the
“You can, Galen.” I eased back onto my side of the truck, pivoting on the
bench seat so that I could look at him. “You can because you have to.”
I knew it wasn’t what he wanted to hear, but I also knew that he needed to
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