Chapter Thirty-eight

Aiden sat in the clearing thinking about the words he had said. He had never admitted it before, not even to himself but hearing it out loud had opened up a wound that he hadn’t realised he had. He thought about Charlie and how alive she made him feel. He thought about the static electricity that hummed around them, pulling them together whenever they were near each other. He thought about the time he had spent with Sarah, getting to know her, relying on her and even turning to her for support and he thought of the worry he had felt when he smelled her at Ben’s. 

We aren’t so different after all, his wolf said and Aiden knew he was right. 

A flock of birds suddenly burst into flight from behind Aiden and a moment later, Red Dawn's beta came charging through the trees. Aide

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