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Pack Initiation: The Complete Story

Erika L. Foster

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Copyright 2013 by Erika L. Foster

SMASHWORDS EDITION





Book 1: Pack Initiation

The wolf lunged at its target, closing its jaw around the throat of the challenger. It slammed the other wolf to the ground and put a paw on its head. The wolf snarled and bit the challenger’s ear, then mounted it from behind. The challenger, now defeated, submitted to the alpha male’s display of dominance.

Around them, the pack howled.

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Chris awoke well into the day. He was human again, and his ass was killing him. He raised a hand to his head and gingerly felt his ear, torn up from where the Alpha had bitten him. He had been thoroughly proven that he was at the bottom of the pack, while everybody watched. He would never be able to face them again. Thankfully, no one was around—no one was there to catch him running away.

He travelled for three days before he realised he didn’t know where he was going. Chris wandered aimlessly, rummaging through trash cans and sucking cock in exchange for a place to sleep at night. He wasn’t used to dealing with humans, so he stuck to the shadiest parts of whatever town he was in. Chris might have been an omega, but he was still a werewolf, and so he was much larger than the average human. Very few people were willing to mess with a man of his bulk where he was, so no one dared to question when they saw him eating scraps of raw meat from the trash bin of a restaurant. He tried to keep to himself, tried to act civilized. It was tough, and he moved out of a town and on to the next as quickly as he could manage. During the day, Chris set off into the forest, trying to find hints of wolf activity. When he wasn’t tracking, he tried to talk to the local townspeople to milk them for potential gossip about people who went missing. The full moon was fast approaching, and wherever werewolf packs lived, humans in nearby towns often went missing around the full moon. Even Chris, separated from the influence of packmates, was slowly beginning to feel the wolf blood boil through his veins. He fled the city and headed deep into the forest, not wanting to give into his growing desire to take a human.

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