Mated to a Werecat

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Iris’s point of view

I groaned as I started to wake up. My head throbbed, making my stomach queasy. It was dark and cold, and had an old, stale, mildew smell to it. Where am I?

It was too dark for me to see anything, and I don’t know how long I’ve been out. There wasn’t even a window in sight.

“You’re up,” said a familiar voice from the car left of this dark place.

“W-who’s there?” I asked.

“Don’t worry. You won’t need to know anything else but who you’re master is,” he said before unlocking the cage that I was in and dragged me out by my hair.

“Let me g-go,” I said wincing.

“Oh kitten. You’ll enjoy this,” he said as he blindfolds me. “Let the fun begin.”

Maxwell’s Point of View

I had every warrior, pack member, councilmen, and neighboring pack alphas with their betas and warriors in my training grounds for this meeting. Everyone was murmuring among each other as I came up in front of them on the stone.

“Thank you everyone on such a short notice. Our Luna, my mate Iris, has been kidnapped. She was last seen in the pack doctor’s office, whom has disappeared shortly after she did. I need everyone’s help on searching for her,” I said loudly.

One of the alphas that came raised their hand.

“Yes, Alpha Bane,” I said.

“Do you know who would take her?” he asked.

“I do. Our supposed-to-be alpha, someone I once considered as a best friend and brother, Lucius Lyons has taken her. Alphas and councilmen, if you know or have anyone who has a unique talent and power for tracking and are willing to help, please let me know as soon as possible. For now, my Beta, Asher, and the other Betas will split everyone in groups for training. Lucius won’t go down without a fight. I’m for sure of this.”

Everyone bowed before splitting up into the training groups they were assigned to. All the alphas and councilmen stepped towards me so we could have a discussion about our plan to attack. I led them a bit away from the training grounds, but not too far so we can monitor everything that’s going on.

In the middle of our discussion, I started to feel fear and confusion flood through me. It was so strong that I was trembling a bit in my place. I tried to ignore it as if it was nothing until the burning sensation exploded through my veins and along my body causing me to gasp in pain and groan as I fall onto the ground.

Everyone surrounded me trying to figure out what was going on. My body felt cold as it broke out into a sweat and my eyes grew heavy. I wanted to fight the pain and heaviness, but I lost the battle as darkness consumed me whole.

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