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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"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.
Alice glances up as she hears about the week long project. She couldn’t help the smile that pulled at her lips as she hears her name coupled with Changkhyun and Minhyuk. She picks up her notebook and textbook and goes to their table, following the rest of the class. As she gets closer she hears the pair talking about the history of wolf attacks in Europe. For some reason the idea of wolves sent a shiver down her spine. As they talk she notices how close Minhyuk’s voice was to the voice she heard in the woods. She could feel the color drain from her face as she pauses, staring at them for a moment. Pursing her lips together tightly, she fights the wave of nausea climbing her throat. Swallowing thickly, she pulls a chair up to the edge of the table and joins them. Catching something about Minhyuk being the youngest.
“Hi guys,” she smiles, returning Minhyuk’s smile from earlier. She opens her notebook to an empty page and starts taking notes of what would be required of them. The teacher was looking for information gathering skills rather than anything specific. They were supposed to be learning how to work with a group, write about historical events, and how to cite sources properly. The fact they could pick the topic, as long as it was approved, themselves was a blessing.
“Are we going to focus on a specific part of Europe or just Europe in general?” She asks them, trying to get a conversation going between them and hopefully break the ice a little. Before she would have never been the first one to speak. It was hard being in a group when two of the members already knew each other. She half-heartedly expected to be third-wheeled the entire time. Something told her that the pair would share the work equally, they didn’t seem like the type that would make her do all of it. As she waits for them to decide she notes how many sources they would need and how long the essay was supposed to be.
Changkhyun rushed to his 4th period with Minhyuk in tow. They had stopped to get Minhyuk a few extra things from the office and managed to make it to class just behind the teacher.
Changkhyun went to sit at his usual table with Minhyuk getting assigned another seat on the other end of the room near Alice. Minhyuk gave her a friendly smile before sitting down and facing the teacher, getting a read on everyone's thoughts. He immediately figured out that they'd be assigned a group project and used his power, pretending to write something down in his notebook and changed the lineup for the groups slightly, putting himself in a group with Changkhyun and Alice.
"We'll be having everyone in groups for a week long project, here's the groups," said the teacher as he named off the groups. Changkhyun raised an eyebrow and turned his head to look over at Minhyuk with a "really?" look when he heard who's group he'd be in. Minhyuk chuckled some as he looked at his notebook.
"This should be interesting," said Minhyuk as Changkhyun went to switch seats with the person sitting beside Minhyuk. "God damn it Minhyuk," Changkhyun said with a sigh. "Causing trouble on your first day of school too," he said with a shake of his head. Minhyuk could only snicker in response as he shook his head.
"Well, since we'll be seeing each other for a while for the next week or so what should we do the project on?" Asked Changkhyun. "Oh! Oh I know!" Said Minhyuk. "How about the history of wolf attacks throughout Europe," he said. "This is history, not science," said Changkhyun as he deadpanned. "It's [i in] history though," said Minhyuk. Changkhyun sighed. "And I'm supposed to be the youngest in the family?" He asked. Minhyuk just grinned.
Alice snaps her attention back to Emma. She nods simply before taking a small bite of pizza. She uses a napkin to mop up the grease left behind. Alice’s old school let the students have a choice between several different lunches. The lunches themselves were healthy and local. There were also several different vegan and vegetarian options. Here you had a choice of a hot lunch or a salad in a plastic container. Looking down at her mushy broccoli made her miss the other lunches.
“It seems like partying is the only thing to do around here.” she whines, pushing a sad excuse for cheesy-bread around her tray. Chewing the inside of her lip, she decides she’s had enough and that she would start to pack a lunch from now on. Feeling slightly betrayed by the school system, she takes care of her tray and returns to Emma. Just as she was going to ask Emma more questions about Changkhyun, the bell signalling the end of lunch sounds and the cafeteria starts to clear out. Gathering her things, Alice waits for Emma, walking with her as far as she can before splitting to head to her next class. The crowded halls threaten to bounce her small frame around like a ping-pong ball. Thankfully her fourth hour isn’t too far from the cafeteria. Quickly finding her seat, Alice pulls out her notebook and starts to doodle on the cover. As her pencil traces lazy circles, she wonders how Changkhyun is able to party like that. If the stories were true he should spend most of his day in the boy’s bathroom praying to the porcelain throne. Alice watches the door to see who would wander in. A few students cling to the hallway, telling a few more jokes before rushing off to their next class. A couple swap spit before brushing each other one more time. The boy jogging to his next class as she saunters in, flipping her hair over shoulder. The usual high school drama unfolds as the girl of the pair walks in and another glares at her. Clearly someone took someone’s boyfriend, or someone took someone’s crush.
That kind of pettiness never interested Alice before. She never cared about what she looked like or what people thought. Now it seemed like everything that didn’t matter before was now of the utmost importance. Who she hung around and who she talked to was everything. The fact that Addison was a small town didn’t help matters either. Everyone knew everyone. Worse than that was that people’s reputations didn’t just go away. People’s mistakes soaked into their skin and hair, hung around them like a bad smell. All of a sudden everything Alice did had to be carefully planned and executed.
Lunch wasn't that eventful, though Minhyuk was overwhelmed by everyone's thoughts about him. He was new and all but he was trying to keep to himself, something he wasn't known for doing but since his power had been activated he kept to himself, gauging people's thoughts before getting to know them.
Changkhyun's friends were welcoming to him, and didn't ask many questions, something that Changkhyun was proud for. He mostly kept away from the other humans, but after knowing Jake and Cole for three years he learned to trust them with everything concerning the human side of his life, when he wasn't out partying every other weekend anyway. Those two could give his two betas, Jooheon and Kihyun, a run for their money in terms of their... Beta like tendencies.
Emma studied Alice with a small tilt of her head as she ate her lunch. "I see you've been studying the school's resident party-goer," she said. "Changkhyun's known for getting almost black out drunk and then going to school the next day with no issue," she said. "He's friendly enough though, he's known around town for never breaking the law and things," she said.
"I've never seen the new kid around though, rumor has it that he was sent to live here because he got into a lot of trouble," she said. "If it were anyone else he'd've been sent to military school," she said. "Changkhyun's adopted father is very understanding though," she said.
It was during this conversation that Changkhyun caught her eye, his head tilting to the side slightly before returning to the conversation and laughing about something Cole had said. Minhyuk was laughing slightly at Emma's little rant though he pretended to laugh along to whatever Cole had said.
A text had been sent to Changkhyun's phone and he looked at it briefly before shaking his head in amusement. His betas were due to come home today with another pack member of theirs, Wonho, and they expected a welcoming party. They were also expected to go greet the neighbors but Changkhyun figured that since they already did, sort of, it could work for now.
For Alice, the night dragged on. Her mind raced like a runaway train. Endless questions berated her over and over. A few stray tears dripped down her cheeks as she considered her situation and the weight of it laid on her. Gradually she found sleep in her tear soaked pillow. That morning she wakes, showers, and then dresses. Downstairs her father stands with a gallon of milk in his hand. She makes her way around him and pop bread into the toaster and fetch peanut butter from the cabinet. James makes small talk as she makes her breakfast. No matter how hard she tried, she couldn’t force herself to pay attention to him. James prattled on about what his plans were, and his last case. What she hoped was thoughtfully, she chewed her toast and peanut butter and made sure to nod in all of the right places. It wasn’t long before it was time to leave, the goodbyes are short. As he watches her leave, James wonders how she’d grown so fast.
Outside she pulled the door open to her Honda and froze. There, sitting lopsided in her cup holder was her phone. Doubt filled her immediately. Had her trip into the woods even happened? She was sure she lost her phone out there. No, she remembered the soft fur of the wolf with surprising clarity. Even now she could feel the fur between her fingers, smell the earth, and feel the rain on her skin. Alice slides in her car and picks up her phone. Pressing the home buttons she quickly discovers that it’s dead. If it would have been completely charged she might have lost her mind. Plugging in her car charger, she starts toward the school. Questioning the events of yesterday constantly.
Alice drifted through her day, barely noticing those around her or hearing her teachers’ drone. She takes notes automatically, her mind repeating the voice she’d heard. Around lunch she finally pulls herself out of her dull slump. Picking a seat next to a mousy looking girl. Alice found herself drawn to the girl because she carried Ernest Hemingway’s East of Eden in her hands, a well worn bookmark stuck somewhere in the middle. Sliding her tray into the spot across from the girl, she questions if the seat was taken. Timidly the girl shakes her head, introduces herself as Emma, and tucks a long strand of hair behind her ear. Emma had large green eyes and hair the color of Georgia mud. Alice quickly glanced over her and her fandom t-shirt. Emma fills the silence between them with idle chatter and Alice is thankful for it. Something about Emma pulled her in, making her instantly like the girl. It was probably the book she was reading or the way she used a large vocabulary perfectly. Laughter from a corner table makes Alice glance in that direction. Changkhyun sat with a boy she didn’t recognize. Not that she recognized many, but she could tell a fellow “new kid” when she saw one. There was a certain nervous energy at the table. Nervous in the way that the other two established members of the friend group effortlessly joked with each other, but tiptoed around the other. Changkhyun was different too, he appeared to be more comfortable with the new member than the other two. Maybe he knew the new one before he knew the other two. As she watched them, an unsettling sense of the familiar fills her. The same sense that pumped through her veins when she looked that wolves. The feeling was completely impossible. She talked to Changkhyun briefly and once. The other person she’d never seen before. Why would she feel like she knew them, and on a personal level. Looking at them felt like watching a movie she’d seen a hundred times. Ice runs down her spine and she shivers, snapping her attention back to Emma. A frown pulls at her lips, but she forces herself to remain neutral. She didn’t want to hurt the girl’s feelings.
Changkhyun and Minhyuk found the phone on the way home, Minhyuk picking it up gently in his jaws before continuing to walk home, stopping by her house to check on her, though they stayed out of view this time.
After making sure she was safe and inside they headed back to the house, going in through the doggy door that Shownu had installed for situations like this. The both of them were exhausted, but had enough energy to change back and go clean up and bandage up their wounds before putting on some new clothes. Her phone laid on the kitchen counter, forgotten for now.
"I was not aware of a new wolf pack moving in," said Changkhyun as they sat at the kitchen table. "I know," said Minhyuk. "Luckily they were normal wolves or else we'd have even bigger problems," he said. "If they were werewolves we wouldn't've gotten out of that so easily," said Changkhyun as he sighed a bit.
"One would think that you're more experienced with your power than just discovering it," Minhyuk said with a fond smile. Changkhyun snorts. "I was trying not to get her in the fray," he said. "I know," said Minhyuk. "Do you think you'll need to leave?" He asked. "We'll see," said Changkhyun as he leaned back in his chair, sighing.
"You know," said Minhyuk once they finally got some energy back to work on some dinner. "We may need to return her phone back," he said. "And have her question why we had it in the first place?" Asked Changkhyun. "We can lie," said Minhyuk. "You saw how she acted around us both," Changkhyun said with a shake of his head. "She'll put two and two together and figure out that we were those wolves," he said.
"I think it'll take longer than you think it will," said Minhyuk as he grinned. "Humans are slow, I think you know that," he said. Changkhyun snorts. "If my two human friends are any indication, they haven't caught onto my living a double life yet," he said.
During the night Changkhyun had snuck out to her car, seeing that it was surprisingly unlocked and put her phone in the cupholder before closing the door and sprinting back to his house in the cover of darkness. It had been Minhyuk's idea, and it kept them from being under suspicion with how things were.
The next morning came the biggest hurdle. Convincing the principal that Minhyuk was joining the school as a new student. And getting into all the same classes that Changkhyun had. It seemed to work, so far. It was all thanks to Minhyuk and manipulating people's thoughts that had him as a new student in no time.
Minhyuk was introduced as a cousin to Changkhyun's human friends and they accepted him into their small circle of friends though not without Jake questioning him about everything prior to joining the school.
The story went as follows: Minhyuk was sent to live with Shownu and Changkhyun due to being kicked out of his parent's house and traveled all the way from Boston to stay in their little town. Shownu had been the one to give the offer and Minhyuk accepted, coming to live with them and get settled in during the weekend. The only reason he didn't come to school on the first day was because he was still getting a feel of the area.
The silver wolf’s fur is soft against her. With a tenderness she hadn’t expected he bumps her with his shoulder. The gesture unfreezes her muscles and unclogs her mind. Alice allows herself to put a hand between the shoulder blades of the silver wolf steadying herself before she bolts behind the black one. The opening made possible by the two fighting together. As her feet slap the wet earth, she can still hear the fighting going on behind her. In her determination to get away, Alice’s phone bounces to the ground, her headphones still wrapped tightly around it. The large stretch of green lawn greets her like an old friend. As she sprints across her new backyard and up the massive porch, she can hear her father’s car in the driveway.
“Fuck!” She hisses as her hands find the sliding door handle. Of course it would be locked. From inside she can hear her father’s weary voice calling out her. Taking a deep breath, she calms her nerves. She couldn’t tell him she’d seen wolves in the woods behind the house, or that she was hearing voices. The latter getting her locked in a loony bin faster than she could make eggs and toast. With another sigh, she cups her hands around her face and peers inside. The blinds to the slider were pulled shut, but between them she could see her father’s dark figure floating from room to room. For a moment she had the sense of watching a burglar invade her home, one that was looking for something valuable to take.
“Dad! I’m locked outside!” She knocks on the glass. For several minutes there’s nothing. The house is complete quiet. When she begins to knock again, her father’s pale face appears into view. Jumping back, she places her right hand over her heart and lets a smile pull at her lips. Within a few seconds her father has the door open for her and she’s bounding inside. Alice enters the kitchen, shaking her hair free of it’s tieback, and absently chasing a few drops of rain from her forehead.
“What the hell?” James questions, watching her as she opens the fridge for the hundredth time that day. She lets his words hang in the space between them while she pulls a purified gallon of water from the back of the fridge. Pouring herself a glass, she wordlessly shakes the gallon at James who holds up a hand in response. Replacing the gallon and downing half of her glass, she gives her heart time to return to a normal rhythm. Impatiently James watches her, his right hand supporting him as he leans against the kitchen table. His long features are shaped into a stern look. His juvenile-detention look. James once told her that raising her had helped him make “the look”. That he used his hard brown eyes to put the fear of god into kids that thought they were untouchable. Thinking about that now made her smile even though she knew her smile stroked her father’s anger. James opens his mouth to question her further, but she stops him. Alice moves to lean against the counter, avoiding the discussion as long as she can by taking a moment to study the new calendar stuck to the fridge with a magnet. Or the bird feeders hanging from a hook just outside the kitchen window.
“I went outside to sit on the porch, I didn’t notice the slider was locked when I shut it. It was an accident, Dad.” She finally speaks, her mind reeling at how believable she sounded. James narrowed his eyes at her. Alice had never been one to lie, she never had a reason to. Her spotless reputation for being a good girl, at least in her father’s eyes, made her lies even more credible. The carefully crafted lie detector was ringing in his head, but Alice’s reputation made him ignore it. A wide grin splits James’ stone features.
“Silly Bug.” He shakes his head. James saved his voice when he was at home. Work required lengthy scolding of children all shapes, sizes, and ages. James believed that being an adult meant obeying the law, respecting the government, and being a libertarian. All three he tried to install in Alice. With the great white shark that is her father sated, Alice scampers upstairs to her room. James had retreated to the living room where he flips through the channels just as she had; neither finding anything to interest. Upstairs Alice pats at her hips and bra. The two places she would had hidden her phone. Flopping down on her bed, she hangs her head in her hands. A soft breeze ruffles her curtains and brings fresh air in from her open window.
“Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck!” She kicks at her bed skirt and pushes her fingers into her temples. Naturally she would lose her phone. While it’s raining. While there were wolves in the area. She’d have to wait to go back and look for it. She didn’t have a choice. The phone was brand new, her father would be furious with her for losing it. Also, she would be caught if she didn’t find it.
Changkhyun was careful but even then the fight was taking its toll on him and Minhyuk. They were too focused on keeping them from getting to her, at least so she could have a chance to get away.
A lull in the fight pushed Minhyuk to go and bump into her, pushing her towards home before returning to the fight. Changkhyun put all his focus into the fight once he knew she was out of harms way, letting the pulse go through his mind as he used his power to bring down the enemy. Once he was sure the enemy was dead Minhyuk let out a deep sigh as he let himself collapse. Changkhyun let out a sigh in relief, letting himself sit down.
[i Go check on her], said Changkhyun. [i We'll swing by on the way home], said Minhyuk as he got to his feet, stumbling a bit. Changkhyun nodded and got to his feet, looking around at the ashes that used to be wolf bodies. He shook his head and headed home with Minhyuk following behind him without any arguments. They were both battered and exhausted from the fighting.
Alice expected more wolves in the area so the sudden howl wasn’t a surprise, but the feeling that ran through her was. Whereas the black and silver wolves filled her with thought, the sudden howl drove a shiver down her spine. The muscles in her legs tensed as she heard it. She waited to see how the other wolves reacted before making a decision. When the wolves growled low in their throats she felt the first spikes of fear. Maybe she had spent enough time in the forest for one day. Alice wasn’t sure how she was going to get around them, but standing she decided to try.
“Who is that?” The voice was clear. It sounded as though it came from behind her. Immediately she spun to see if someone had snuck up on her. Of course no one had, or the wolves would have growled long before that. Even though she had just met the pair, she felt as though she was close to them, especially the black one. Before she could find the origins of the voice, the black wolf gets closer to her. Both howl back at the others. The air around them had changed from light hearted curiosity to cold apprehension.
“Watch out!” The shout startled her, her eyes sprang open as jumped to her feet and took a few steps back. Alice’s eyes scanned the treeline, landing on the raised haunches of strange wolves. In a blink of an eyes one had lunged from the bushes and spun the black wolf to the ground. Letting out a surprised yelp, Alice backed away farther watching the snapping jaws of the pair. She prayed for the safety of the wolf, clearly standing his ground to protect her. The silver stood with his own haunches raised, his black lips pulled away from his razor sharp teeth. Everything in her body told her bolt passed them. It was stupid for her to wander into the forest without a weapon. Adrenaline floods her veins as she watches, waiting for an opening to run passed the fighting wolves.
A howl brought them out of their reverie, Changkhyun turning his head to look towards the sound. Minhyuk growled lightly at being interrupted, but realized this wasn't any of their pack members. No one was supposed to be home this early, Shownu having just left yesterday and the others still out of state doing work. Changkhyun soon realized this and turned to Minhyuk.
[i Who is that]? Asked Changkhyun. Minhyuk shrugged before noticing the rainfall as he looked up. Another howl resounded through the surrounding woods and it got Changkhyun and Minhyuk to move, Changkhyun standing up and Minhyuk moving to stand near Alice. Growls resounded through the both of them, the both of them staying on guard as they both howled, answering the call and marking their territory.
[i Watch out]! Shouted Minhyuk as a wolf came out of the woods and tackled Changkhyun. Changkhyun snarled as he fought off the wolf, keeping an eye on the pulse in his mind. He didn't want anything to happen to the human, so he would fight them off. Minhyuk was forced to join the fight as more wolves came into view and attacked him, forcing him to keep his attention divided, making sure they wouldn't go after Alice.
As she sits and listens to the forest around her a soft breeze sturrs the hair around her ears causing her to itch slightly. Tilting her head to the side, she listens to the forest breath with life. Soft steps alert her to movement. Scanning her surrounds her eyes land on a pair of wolves, one silver and the other black. Alice’s eyes widen in a combination of surprise and awe. The black one sitting while the silver remained standing. With her heart hammering against her ribs she watches them both, the black wolf yawning. The black wolf’s broad chest rose and fell with every breath, his ears pointed forward. Gazing at him gave Alice a sense of knowing. Even though she knew she should be terrified of the wolves, she couldn’t bring herself to be afraid. Looking at the black wolf she felt like she was looking at a friend. Someone she had known for a long time. The overcast clouds began to spit rain lightly, dampening her hair and clothes to her skin.
Changkhyun and Minhyuk were in the middle of their run when they came upon a [i very] human scent. It was Minhyuk who picked up on it first, his ears perking up as he stopped. Changkhyun stopped, turning to Minhyuk when Minhyuk yelled for him to wait.
[i I smelled a human], said Minhyuk when Changkhyun tilted his head to the side. [i They aren't exactly rare here], said Changkhyun as he snorts. [i It maybe the neighbors, let's scare them]! Said Minhyuk. Changkhyun snorts before nodding, letting Minhyuk lead the way.
[i Here human, human, human], said Minhyuk as he went towards the scent. He was projecting his own thoughts, something that only worked on what thoughts he let loose. Something that had evolved over time. Changkhyun could only snicker in his thoughts as he followed after Minhyuk.
It didn't take long for them to come upon the human, Changkhyun recognizing her immediately. It was the new student, Alice he remembered her saying. Minhyuk watched the human with a tilt of his head, getting a read on her own thoughts as Changkhyun sat down, yawning.
The soaked ground is soft under her tennis shoes. As she jogs sweat breaks out across her skin and her headphone cord slaps against her chest and cheek. The air is perfectly cool, just enough for a sweater if she wasn't jogging. Rain drips from leaves landing on vibrant blades of grass. Ferns and low tangles of brush sparkle with moisture. The sky is still heavily overcast, promising more rain, but holding off for now. Fresh cool air fills Alice's lungs one breath at a time. She picks a clear path that winds away from her new home and down the safer side of the cliff. She's sure if she keeps on this trail she'll find the beach eventually. The sand and sea spray would feel good against her skin, even though their cold sticky nature would be foregin to her. Alice assumed the beach sand would be different because of the fact that it's always wet. In California the sand farthest from the water was as dry as the sun. When she dipped her feet or hands into it the particles didn't stick to her skin, just fell between her toes or fingers. The dry sand in California easily rubbed off. Maine beach sand would be the complete opposite; annoyingly so. Nevertheless she still wanted to be near it. Wanted to feel its healing properties first hand.
Slowing, she reaches the peak of her endurance. With chest heaving and a sharp knife stab in her side, she uses the back of her hand to wipe sweat from her forehead. She takes a moment to check her surroundings. Everything is still in the afternoon light. Tugging one headphone free of her ear, she listens to the thicket russling and birds chirping. Various evening peepers call to each other, either looking for a mate or claiming territory. Taken by the beauty around her, she pauses her music and picks a downed hemlock to sit on. The trunk is green with moss and spotted by a few white species of mushrooms. Crossing one leg over the other, she listens and breathes deep tasting pollution-free air for the first time.
Once they got home Changkhyun went to work on homework while Minhyuk raided the fridge and made some snacks, stopping by the coffee table and putting a plate in front of Changkhyun who accepted it with a small thank you. Minhyuk sat on the couch and watched some TV, keeping the volume low for background noise while Changkhyun worked on homework.
"You know," Minhyuk said suddenly. "Hm?" Asked Changkhyun. "I think after this I wanna go for a run, get a feel of the old territory again," said Minhyuk. "How long has it been since you were last here?" Asked Changkhyun as he looked back at Minhyuk. "A few months at least," said Minhyuk. "Been busy doing out of state work with your betas," he said, shrugging. Changkhyun hummed in response as he turned back to finish his homework.
"How are they anyway?" He asked after a few minutes. "Fine, fine," said Minhyuk. "Should be returning soon though, I know you miss them," he said with a chuckle, earning a slap on the leg from Changkhyun as he shook his head in amusement. "How will you ever survive without Hyungwon then?" He asked. "I'll manage," said Minhyuk as he shrugged. "Don't come to me begging to leave then, I'm by myself until Shownu comes back," said Changkhyun. Minhyuk hummed in response.
After finishing homework Changkhyun got up and went to wash the dishes from their snack and went to get ready for a run with Minhyuk following him around like an excited puppy. "If I didn't know any better I'd think you're the youngest in the pack," Changkhyun said with a snicker. Minhyuk slapped him over the head. "I'm not [i always] like this," he said with a pout, earning chuckles from Changkhyun before they headed out the backdoor to stand on the back deck.
"Well here goes," said Changkhyun. Minhyuk nodded before they leaped over the guardrail on the deck and changing in midair, landing on four feet in wolf form. They both shake out their fur before Changkhyun ran off, leading the way with Minhyuk's silver colored wolf running beside him, keeping pace.
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