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391 pages, ebook
First published October 22, 2019
“You have this void. This hole in your head and heart where you know something should be but isn’t. It’s the same for all of us. We were taken from you, yes, but you were also taken from us.”When the final shoe dropped, Robbie and Kelly's situation had gotten better, but there was another pretty major setback (or two), leaving the Bennett pack reeling and unsettled again.
He pulled out a pair of glasses and handed them over to me. “Put those on.”I'd rate the story at around 4.5 stars, rounded up because it's GREEN CREEK, folks!
“I can see without them.”
“Good. Then I’ll just break them.”
I yelped as he started to do just that, snatched them out of his hands, and put them on. Something soft crossed his face before he rolled his eyes.
“You look stupid with those on. You’re a terrible werewolf.”
It wasn't fierce, the way he loved me. It wasn't the burning fire of passion. It was heavy and soft. It was love unlike anything else I'd felt before.
"You. Are. Wolf." He said.
"You. Are. Pack." He said.
"You. Are. Bennett."
"You filled a hole in me I didn’t even know was there. You make me complete. You make me happy. I see you, Robbie. I see you."
“Home,” he whispered. “You smell like home. You always have. And that’s the only thing that matters. You don’t need to remember because I remember for the both of us.”
“Because you filled a hole in me I didn’t even know was there. You make me complete. You make me happy. I see you, Robbie. I see you.”
“A virus?” Carter said, sounding outraged. “What kind of virus? Who gave it to him? I’ll kill whoever did! I’ll kill them all!”
I nodded furiously. “I’ll help. I’m going to tear them apart.”
“Still too soon,” Chris muttered.
“I feel bad for you,” Jessie said to Mark. “Seeing as how you’re related to most of them. I don’t have to worry about that.”
It was grass and lake water and sunshine.
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“Grass. Lake water. Sunshine. So much sunshine. As if the world was on fire.”
“What remains is a broken heart shattered like so much glass. Pieces are missing, and the ones that are left don’t fit like they used to. But still it beats, because no matter what it was taken away, no matter what is lost, it needs to continue. To survive.”
“There was something… I don’t know. Endless. About you and me.”
“Because pack is family. And family is everything. An Alpha is only as strong as his pack. And you are my strength.”
“She sang, ‘Little wolf, little wolf, can’t you see? You are the master of the forest, the guardian of the trees.’ She laughed. ‘Always quite as a mouse. Let them hear you now.’”
“But you were my greatest teacher. Because with you, I understood life. What it meant to love someone so blindingly and without reservation. To have a purpose. To have hope. I have been a big brother for most of my life, and it’s the best thing I could ever be. Without you, I would be nothing.”
“I looked back at this pack of mine. This ridiculous, wonderful pack. At the way they moved in the moonlight, the way they sang together, the way they loved each other with their whole hearts.”
“What the hell? This is some goddamn horror movie shit. I don't like this. I'm a minority. Everyone knows minorities die first in horror movies.”
“We are literally the gayest pack that has ever existed,”
“You're my first love. I knew that when you would always smile when you saw me, and it was like staring into the sun.”
“You’re my first love. I knew that when you would always smile when you saw me, and it was like staring into the sun.”
“We are literally the gayest pack that has ever existed,” Rico said to no one in particular. “I see no problem with this.”