Changkhyun is your typical teenager. He loves sneaking out to parties, getting drunk, the usual. He never sleeps around though, that was something he just refused to do no matter how drunk he got. No one knew the real him. He built up this image of himself because he secretly was an alpha of a pack of werewolves. Being a pure blooded werewolf meant that he didn't get to choose his mate. His mate would find him, and his pure blood powers would finally awaken.
___ is new to town, and new to the school. They are instantly drawn to Changkhyun, but Chankhyun takes no notice of them. ___ suspects that something is up with Changkhyun when something in Changkhyun changes and suddenly he stops going to parties and gets his act together. Little did they know that they were actually Changkhyun's mate, and Chankhyun's pure blood power finally awakens.
What is Changkhyun's pure blood power you ask? He isn't quite sure himself. He just felt a click in his mind and he instantly knew. A dark energy that could destroy everything in its path if not under control. Changkhyun actually left school for a week to get his powers in control before coming back to school with a more reserved personality. He was afraid to hurt anyone, but he wanted to find his mate. ___ notices this new change, and decides, regardless of their better judgment, to try and talk with Changkhyun, become friends even.
What happens when Changkhyun finally reveals to ___ about what they were after he realized they were his mate? Will ___ accept it and help Changkhyun get a grip on his powers? Or will they leave him and let Changkhyun deal with it himself?
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A desperate sounding howl suddenly echoed through the forest, causing everyone to stop what they were doing. Minhyuk had to pull over into the nearest driveway in confusion, as Wonho stopped and looked in the direction of the howl.
Kihyun and Jooheon decided to forgo their clothes and change right then and there since they were far enough to not be seen by human eyes and bolt towards the sound once they were in wolf form. It had been a call by their alpha, but Changkhyun [i never] howled like that before. It sounded pained. Wonho soon bolted home to grab a first aid kit before bolting out the back door towards the howling in human form.
Minhyuk was torn between going after their youngest and going to school. "Screw it," he said, reversing out of the driveway and screeching back home. He was a tracker, and they needed him. Once home he jumped out of the jeep after putting it in park and turning off the ignition. He then focused his power to figure out where the others were and bolted towards the nearest person, who happened to be Wonho. Together they met up with Kihyun and Jooheon before Minhyuk and Wonho stripped and changed, Wonho grabbing the handle of the first aid kit in his mouth while Minhyuk grabbed their clothes and everyone followed Minhyuk to where he could sense Changkhyun at.
Changkhyun laid in the middle of a blackened circle of dirt around 10 feet in diameter in human form, shivering and whimpering when the others came up to him. Minhyuk was the first to change back and at least put some pants on before he ran to Changkhyun. "Pup?" Asked Minhyuk. "Puppy are you alright?" He asked, reaching out to put a hand on Changkhyun's shoulder.
"I-I'm sorry," Changkhyun mumbled repeatedly. "He's alright Wonho," said Minhyuk as Wonho walked over after changing back and also putting on pants. "Just a bit shaken up," he said. "How's his mental state?" Asked Wonho. "I'm not sure," mumbled Minhyuk as he sighed.
Alice spent the next half hour flicking through her phone uselessly. James promised that help was on the way, but with the nearest city a good forty minutes away, she didn't really expect to be rescued any time soon. James couldn't rush home to take care of it himself because he had to be in the courtroom. She didn't want to go back inside simply because she didn't want to. The early morning air was damp and cool on her warm skin. For a few minutes the sun had peaked out from behind thick clouds to sparkle across her hood and yard. For a moment she was in awe of the spectacle. Sharon had warned Alice that she would eventually forget what the sun looked like. She was partly right, though Alice would never forget the warmth it brought California.
Tires on gravel brought her attention to the real world. The truck was in need of repair. Rust ran through the door like an untreated disease. The passenger side was a faded pink color while the rest of the truck was a dirt covered white. The tow assembly on the back was liver spotted with holes and looked as though it could snap at any moment. Standing, Alice waved half heartedly a the boy driving. For a while she wasn't sure if her rescuer could even find her. Jumping awkwardly from the truck, the boy greets her. Quickly she learns that the boy's name is Steven and he can't fix her tire in the driveway. That he needed to tow it to a shop in town and it could be fixed for a cheap price. All she had to do was tell Harvy Steven sent her.
"How will I get to school?" She stupidly questioned him, he responded with a shrug and asking for her proof of insurance. Taking a moment she fetches everything asks for, running through a list of names in her head. She wanted to text Changkhyun and Minhyuk if she could catch a ride with them. If they hadn't left yet. Sighing in frustration, she hands over all of her paperwork and tries to wait patiently while Steven looks over everything and jots down a few numbers. Then he leans over her hood to check her vin number.
"Maybe if you ask around the shop someone can give you a lift." Steven finally offers, his ear length hair falling into his eyes for a moment. Alice wondered how long it had taken him to grow out his miniscule goatee. Once everything had been taken care of, she climbed into the passenger side of the tow truck while Steven hitched her car up. Se was forced to watch in the side mirror.
Wonho ran up the road, calling for Changkhyun. He knew Changkhyun couldn't have gone far but for him to not return in the morning was something else. He just hoped that Changkhyun didn't change back suddenly and ended up in front of someone's yard naked.
Kihyun and Jooheon went the other way, just trying to find their youngest. It was rare for Changkhyun to suddenly disappear out of the blue but maybe the neighbors spotted him or something. The only awkward part was going up to a house and asking if they'd seen a wolf or a naked boy around. They went through the forest, hoping to spot him now at least. None of them were trackers, that was Minhyuk and Hyungwon's job but Minhyuk was at school and Hyungwon was out of state.
Alice could have sworn she heard a wolf howling that night. She wasn’t sure if she was asleep or awake when she heard it, but it was there nevertheless. That morning started off like normal. She woke up to an empty house and grey light drifting in through the windows. The sun struggles to break through the clouds as she munches her toast. Scrolling through her phone, she looks for his answer. Disappointment fills her mouth with a bitter taste as she sees her inbox empty. Tucking her phone in her pocket, she readies herself to leave. Dressing in a lighter jacket than she has been wearing, she wonders if it’s going to rain. Black and white converses crunch on the driveway as she makes her way to her car, keys in hand. Pausing, she catches a glimpse of her driver side tire. Her tire was mushrooming out, clearly losing air by the second. Sighing, she wonders if she should chance it and try to make it to the gas station. Swearing angrily she shoots James a text asking him what she should do. As she waits she pops her car door open and sits in the driver’s seat. Thankfully she wakes up early.
When Changkhyun got a reply back he wasn't sure of why he suddenly felt relieved to get a reply. He was in his room at this point, staring dumbly at his phone while he was unsure of what to do to reply back. He hummed, putting his phone on the nightstand and getting up, going to make sure he had everything ready for school tomorrow before deciding to go for a run, going alone.
The rest of the night Changkhyun let his wolf do the running, his human conscious going into a state of sleep so he wouldn't be tired in the morning. His wolf ran through the familiar route like routine, keeping away from the humans when there were some out that night. He let out a howl, throwing his head back as he did so before disappearing deeper into the forest.
The next morning Minhyuk was getting worried when Changkhyun hadn't returned. "He's gone," he yelled in the house, panicking everyone. "There has to be a reason," said Kihyun. "Go on to school, I'll try and find him," said Wonho. "Give some excuse to his human friends or something, you know them right?" He asked. Minhyuk nodded. "Go, and tell them Changkhyun won't make it to the party or something," said Wonho. Minhyuk nodded again and went to get ready, driving to school after getting his things. Wonho went to find Changkhyun.
Alice nearly paced her room waiting for his answer. When the soft ding finally signalled his text she questioned whether she should answer right away or not. Answering immediately probably made her look like she was waiting, but not answering made her look worse. Sighing, she decided to take a quick shower before answering. She could always lie to him and tell him she was finishing her homework. Alice’s homework was slightly harder than she expected it to be. In California everything was done on computers and her teachers didn’t really care if it was right or not; as long as it was done. The kids that really put their hearts into it and made sure they did the extra credit made it to honors. For a moment she wondered if it was like that here. Quickly she resolved that it didn’t matter, that she was going to be an honor student anyway regardless of how the teachers wanted to grade it or that quality of the work.
Climbing out of the shower, she returns his apologetic text, mentioning that she was busy herself. She couldn’t be expected to hang around and wait for him all day. Plus, waiting for him, obsessing wasn’t healthy. She needed to network and make actual friends. Emma seemed decent, quiet and nice though Alice was sure she hurt her feelings at least a little when she focused her attention on him. Making a mental note, she promised herself that she would try to hang out with Emma and get her number. At least for a little while until she could get more friends. Setting her phone down, she resists the urge to question him to see if he was going to the party that was mentioned. Even though she shouldn’t obsess over him, he could be her key to the party and going to a party was a great way to make new friends. Or to learn who to stay away from. The last thing she wanted to accidentally befriend the drama queen or the irresponsible party animal. Being friends with a party animal wouldn’t be the worst thing ever, though she should avoid the irresponsible one.
[i We should get going] Minhyuk said, turning to Changkhyun. Changkhyun turned to Minhyuk and then at Kihyun who nodded. He then nodded and after a minute's hesitation they headed home. Once there they got in through the doggy door and went to change, putting on some new clothes before going to sit in the livingroom.
"Ah, I think we got a message while we were gone," said Minhyuk as he came over with his phone. Changkhyun went to go looking for his, finding it in the kitchen where he left his homework before coming back into the livingroom. "I think it's the new girl," said Minhyuk. "I'm sure it's her, and Jake and Cole asked me to go to the party," said Changkhyun as he sat down again, looking at the text.
"Should go," said Minhyuk. "Maybe you'll see your mate there or something," he said. "Well, it is possible," hummed Changkhyun as he answered Jake, telling him he'd be going to the party. "Aren't you one of those kids who like to get black out drunk?" Asked Kihyun. "It almost happens, but I always leave before I do," said Changkhyun as he stared at the new number.
"Who knew running would sober you quickly [i and] leave you with no hangover in the morning?" Kihyun asked, chuckling some. Changkhyun chuckled before deciding to finally answer, saying he didn't have his phone on him as he was busy with things.
Alice’s hand started cramping halfway through her history notes. She sits with her laptop open in front of her, and her window open. The wolves howling sent a chill down her spine, but somehow it made her feel protected. As though the wolves were circling the property protecting anything and everyone inside of it. Chewing the inside of her lip, she fights the urge to go to the window and see them. Carefully she stretches her fingers and tries to get back to her homework. Standing she decides to take a break. James greets her downstairs, he’s placed himself in his usual chair. In his hand he holds a plate of hotpockets and a soda. She smiles as she opens the refrigerator only to close it uselessly. She knew she was bored, that she really wasn’t hungry, but she couldn’t help herself. James glanced at her as she wanders into the living room to peek at what he was watching.
“Anything good?” she questioned, he merely shook his head. There wasn’t much that would hold his attention beside fake judge shows and cops. Sighing, she moves away to go back upstairs. The normalcy of her life didn’t bother her. In fact she welcomed it. Alice knew that things were going to be changing soon. She could feel it just as she felt the wolves’ howls. Checking her phone, she wonders why Changhyun hadn’t answered her.
Changkhyun and Minhyuk were doing homework when Kihyun, Jooheon and Wonho showed up, Wonho yelling that they were home. "We're in the kitchen," called Changkhyun. Minhyuk shook his head and chuckled some. "Welcome back guys," he said when Kihyun, Jooheon and Wonho walked into the kitchen.
"What, no welcome party?" Asked Kihyun. "We're busy with homework it seems," said Changkhyun. "I see that," said Kihyun. "How's school going?" He asked. "Fine, fine," said Changkhyun. "My power activated," he said. "Really?" Asked Kihyun. "That's shocking, are you okay?" He asked. "Yeah," said Changkhyun.
"What'd you get as a power?" Asked Wonho. "Some sort of dark energy that vaporizes my targets," said Changkhyun. "Warn me to never piss you off," said Wonho. "Noted," Changkhyun said with a snicker. "If my alpha aura didn't affect you first then my power would," he said. Wonho scratched the back of his head.
"Let's go for a run," Kihyun said suddenly. Changkhyun blinked, looking up at Kihyun. "Miss the weather already?" He asked, grinning. Kihyun laughs softly as he scratched the back of his head. "We can go if you want," said Changkhyun. "Let me finish this math," he said. Minhyuk sighed. "I hate your school you know that?" He asked. Changkhyun chuckled some as he worked on the problem.
After finishing homework everyone left out the back door to go running, Kihyun's light brown wolf form running with Jooheon's dark brown wolf form ran with Changkhyun while Wonho's silver with a brown patch on his back's wolf form ran with Minhyuk. Minhyuk kept up the communication if they needed it but otherwise they all ran in silence.
After a bit Changkhyun let out a howl, the others soon joining him with their own howls. They were all standing by the cliff by that point, in view of her bedroom window. As far as they were aware no one was home but they didn't care if there was.
The pair probably thought she was the most boring creature on the planet. Alice swears softly to herself grasping their numbers between her fingers and watching them go. The rest of the school day drags. She watches them from a distance laugh with their friends as she packs her things away in her locker. Shoving her bag onto her shoulder heavy with homework she wonders if she’ll ever have a group of friends like that. Friends that would clog the hallway just to talk to her. Changkhyun’s and Minhyuk’s numbers were tucked away safely in the front pocket of her jeans. Push a stray strand of hair behind her ear, she starts toward the student parking lot. Thankfully it wasn’t raining, though the clouds promised that it would. Rain was something she expected. Sunshine would surprise her, though Emma said that sun did eventually come out. It was a wonder that they didn’t shut the school down on those days. That thought made her smile as she climbed into the driver seat of her car. The drive home was short.
The empty house envelopes her easily. Shadows and imaginary sounds threaten to unnerve her. She couldn’t let an empty house scare her. Rolling her shoulders, she hunts for something to snack on before changing to go for a run. She refused to let the wolves she’d seen scare her away from her dream either. Maybe she would keep closer to the house this time? As she chews an apple slowly, she sends out a text to Changkhyun’s phone. Her slumped backpack taunts her as she walks by and upstairs. Tossing the apple core in her bedroom trash can.
A light breeze pulls at her yellow shorts and her t-shirt. The weather was cool, almost cold. Gripping her phone in one hand, shoving her headphones into her ears with the other, she readies herself. There was so much she should be doing, but her own mind wouldn’t let her. There was still a lot she had to figure out, had to plan if everything was going to go right. First was the voice, she still wasn’t sure where it came from or why it would be Minhyuk’s voice she heard. How could she even hear his voice before she met him? How could she be so sure? The idea that the wolf was Minhyuk was impossible, but completely undeniable. Alice was a hundred percent sure it was him. Then there was the party. What should she wear? Was it going to be casual? Formal? She couldn’t even begin to have a clue and she didn’t want to ask. Asking meant she would look stupid in front of possible new friends. For a moment she wished that she hadn’t decided to do this. That she was content with being the quiet bookish girl. That girl that people ignored. Lastly there was the project. She wanted to do well, really well, but she didn’t want to monopolize the entire thing. Taking over the project would make her look like a know-it-all. Changkhyun and Minhyuk would think she thought they were stupid and couldn’t handle it. Even though she knew they probably could, at least to do well, she didn’t trust them.
Stopping beside a white oak, she catches her breath. Sweat dripping from her jaw and cheeks she felt like her thoughts were escaping through her pores. A painful stitch had started in her side forcing her to walk the rest of the way home. She found peace in her breathlessness. Inside once again she trudges upstairs to rinse off and do her homework. She’s surprised by how heavy her backpack is when she lifts it.
Changkhyun blinked. "Oh really?" Asked Minhyuk. "Never been to a party huh?" He asked. "Well," said Changkhyun as he wrote his and Minhyuk's numbers down before handing the paper to her. "I'm pretty sure your father wouldn't like me going over due to my reputation but," he said, chuckling some. "My adopted father's reputation is better but he's on a business trip right now," he said, shrugging.
[i I swear to god if I get dragged to this party] thought Changkhyun, earning a small snicker from Minhyuk as he scratched the back of his head. "We'll see you around then," said Minhyuk as he grabbed his things, dragging Changkhyun out of the classroom and down the hall after Changkhyun grabbed the rest of his things.
"The party might be good for you, you know," said Minhyuk. "You know the reason why I don't want to go," said Changkhyun as he combed his hands through his hair. "Well, we're going to have to figure out something," said Minhyuk. "I'll be there with you, how about that," he said. "Sure, whatever," said Changkhyun. "We'll figure it out," said Minhyuk as he offered a reassuring smile.
They decided to skip the last class, going straight home after getting food. Their packmates were waiting after all, and Changkhyun did miss his betas. He also had school to worry about but that would come later. After he got to relax around the familiar faces and scents that were of his pack.
Alice stands as the bell signals the end of class. Having the pair over sounded odd to her; considering that she wasn’t a hundred percent sure on if her father was going to be there or not. Changkhyun and Minhyuk would be the first “friends” she would have over. Changkhyun had a reputation for being a partier and Minhyuk was still a mystery to be unraveled. Though rumors said that he was a little bit of a troublemaker. Either way her father wouldn’t be pleased with either. Together they nearly warranted parental supervision. The thought made her smile. Alice’s spotless reputation and her new reckless agenda would eventually run into each other. Eventually she would lose her father’s trust and she was prepared for that, but it was too early in the game for that to happen. She could easily tell her father that they were harmlessly working on a project together. The project being the perfect excuse for her to go to the mentioned party, but it didn’t sound like either one was going; even though they were expected. If they weren’t going there wasn’t a reason as to why she would be there. Shoving her things in her folder and tucking everything neatly against her side, she chews over her options. She could quiz Emma to see if she was going, though she didn’t seem like the time. She could also wait and see if Changkhyun or Minhyuk was going, if they were there was a possibility that they would invite her just to be polite. Chewing the inside of her lip, her interjects: “I’ve never been to an actual party before.”
The words left her suddenly, as though there was a secret part of her that was made to be popular and part of the crowd. That part of her was locked away in a closet back in Cali, now that she was in Maine the key had been found and the door unlocked. The idea of a hidden part of her excited her. It was like having another personality trait that she never even considered existed.
“Anyway, either house is fine with me. My dad works at the courthouse so there is a good chance it would be just us if you came over to my place. We have fast internet and a huge kitchen table we could work at. It’s whatever you guys want though. Do you wanna exchange numbers so we can text each other?” She questioned, watching their faces carefully and shifting her weight from one foot to the other. She didn’t want to be rude and just leave, but she didn’t want to risk being late for her next class. Even though she wanted to rebrand herself and be apart of the ‘in’ crowd, she didn’t want to damage her chances of getting into the college of her dreams. The idea of building a great future and going to college had been hammered in her head since she could read. Failing any of her classes scared her like a monster under her bed. Not that she still believed that monster lived under her bed, just the creepy-crawly feeling that there was someone or something there.
Changkhyun glanced at Minhyuk as Alice agreed with the topic while Minhyuk got a read on her mind. [i Is she figuring it out?] He thought, his head tilting slightly. Minhyuk nodded once. Sometimes being a mind reader had its disadvantages, and him being able to project his thoughts was now going to be a problem. They couldn't communicate like before, so now it was going to be one sided thought conversations with yes or no answers in the form of short nods.
"So erm," said Minhyuk as they realized there was an awkward silence between the three of them. "We can meet at your place or our place after school?" He asked. "We're going to be slightly busy the next couple days because of family coming over and whatnot," he said.
"It'd be nice to have people over again, when there isn't a party going on," said Changkhyun as he chuckled slightly. Minhyuk laughs. "Heard there was going to be another party over the weekend from some people, you going to go this time?" He asked. "...Probably not," said Changkhyun. [i I don't want an accident happening], he added in his thoughts, which caused Minhyuk to widen his eyes slightly in response before nodding. "Funny, they were talking like they were expecting you," said Minhyuk as he gasped. Changkhyun shook his head in amusement.
Alice shrugged his question away. She didn’t know anything about wolves let along werewolves. In fact everything she knew about them came from stories she read as a child or hollywood movies. Both of which had questionable sources. She allows for a thin smile to pull at her lips. The voice from the woods and how close it was to Minhyuk’s kept eating away her mind, completely distracting her from his words. Even in her distracted state she managed to catch the tail end of what he was saying.
“Either way it sounds like a really interesting topic. I’m kinda excited.” She admitted, staring a hole into her notebook. Alice remains pale as she listens closely to Minhyuk’s voice. Carefully she notes the similarities between it and the voice she heard. With confidence she gave the voice a name and it was Minhyuk. But it didn’t make any sense. Why would she hear Minkhyuk’s voice in the woods staring at two wolves? Maybe she was losing her mind, that seemed like a more likely option than meeting a talking wolf.
"Oh come on," Changkhyun said, almost exasperatedly as he sighed. "Okay, wolf attacks in Europe it is then," he said, earning a triumphant grin from Minhyuk. "We could do all of Europe," said Minhyuk. "I think if we can dig up some old legends and stuff about it we could pull this off greatly," he said.
[i Yeah, and you just want an excuse to scare her], thought Changkhyun, earning a small chuckle from Minhyuk. "Some say that those wolf attacks weren't caused by regular wolves," said Minhyuk. "Like the beast of Gevaudan for example," he said. "People speculated that werewolves were the cause of it," he said. "But alas, werewolves aren't real," he said, earning a snort from Changkhyun.
Keeping up appearances was easy for Changkhyun, he wasn't alive for as long as everyone else. Hell, Shownu was around since the early 1800's when he was still human then was turned. He was their youngest, having still aging and being in high school. After a certain age though, he knew he would stop aging, at least from what Minhyuk and Hyungwon had said.
"It's still odd though," said Minhyuk, bringing Changkhyun out of his thoughts. "Especially since most of the time, wolves don't go near humans unless they are desperately searching for food," he said. "What would cause these attacks?" He asked.
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