Twice Bitten

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Chapter 8

I felt like a little kid when we walked into Baskin Robins. There were so many flavors to choose from, but I decided to stick to my usual rainbow sherbet. Dylan, on the other hand, got butter pecan. I’ve never tried it, but he seemed to like it. After we got our ice cream, Dylan found us a table, and we sat in comfortable silence.

Apparently, I had been eyeing Dylan’s ice cream because he held out his spoon to me. I parted my mouth and closed my eyes as he slid the spoon into my mouth, there was something slightly erotic about how he fed me, and I couldn’t help but moan. I heard Dylan growl, and I opened my eyes to find Dylan staring at me intensely. My body burned as I was filled with need. Our bodies gravitated towards each other, and I was so sure he was going to kiss me, at least I did until we were interrupted.


Of course, it was none other than Bianca.

“I’m so glad I ran into you!” “I just wanted to let you know that I’m available if you need a new playmate.” she purred.

Yo, what is this chicks deal? Was it really that hard to keep your legs closed?

“Was Emmett not enough?” I spat out.

Bianca looked at me for the first time since she interrupted us.

“Oh no, that’s not it at all. He filled me right up if you know what I mean,” she said with a smug smile.

I smiled. “You look so smug when the boy you’re so proud of taking was just at my house begging me to take him back. ”

Bianca’s smile faltered. “You’ll say just about anything right now. I know it must be hard for you.I mean its not your fault that you’re not a natural beauty like me.”

Conceited much? Not like it’s true anyway.

“Bitch please, I can wipe 90% of your beauty off with a Kleenex. If you wanna come at me, try again.” I retorted

Bianca rolled her eyes and walked out. When I turned back towards Dylan, he was looking at me fondly.


I couldn’t help but laugh. Vanessa truly was amazing. She would make a great Luna. Whenever I’ve seemed to have figured her out, she comes back and completely surprises me. I realized I was staring and snapped out of it.

“You handled that well.”

Nessie shrugged. “They deserve each other. When I realized that I wasn’t as bothered.”

“Are you done with your ice cream?” I asked

She smiled up at me, “Yea.”

“Let’s go,” I said, getting up.

“Where are we going?”

“You’ll see.”

I smiled down at her and grabbed her hand. There was this beautiful meadow behind the pack’s house that I just know she’d love. It was something I wanted to share with her. I wanted it to be our special place, our escape.

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When we arrived at our destination I was utterly speechless; it was a meadow. The meadow was only a couple of yards from the house and was hard to miss, but what shocked me was the fact that it was the exact same meadow I had dreamt of for the past year, the one where the wolf watches over me.

The meadow was absolutely breathtaking. Everything about it was calm and peaceful. It had long grass seeded with wildflowers and many more flowers I could’ve even attempt to name. I was in awe when a group of butterflies floated by us. Dylan chuckled, I guess my amazement amused him, but I couldn’t help it. Dylan put out a blanket for us and held his arms out to me. I sat down in his arms and sighed contently. I could faintly hear water trickling over stones and roots from a nearby lake and birds trilling in the distance. When a breeze brushed by us, I could smell the sweet scent of flowers and berries.

“Do you like it?” Dylan asked.

“Yes.″ I breathed out still taking it all in.

It was honestly about the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. I voiced my thoughts.

“Yeah, when I was younger, my parents would like my brothers and sisters and me down here.”

“That must of been fun growing up,” I said twirling a piece of grass between my fingers.

Dylan nodded, seeming deep in thought. The meadow looked even more beautiful under the moons luminous glow. Somehow I ended up laying on Dylan’s chest, and I was so lost in Dylan’s childhood stories that I was startled when he stopped speaking abruptly.

“What?” I whispered. “Why’d you stop?”

“Because you’re distracting me,” he said, grabbing my hand, that I now realize had been drawing circles into his chest.

I instantly felt myself blushing. Dylan lifted me onto him and me at his waist, and I couldn’t help but shiver under his touch.

“I should probably get you home. I don’t want you to get in trouble or anything.” Dylan whispered

“Yeah, I don’t want my mom to start freaking out,” I said, getting up.

As we walked down the trail that I’m assuming led to the car, I grasped Dylan’s hand hoping I wouldn’t fall on my ass. How attractive would that be? Dylan looked down at me with a smirk on his face, and I gasped. Dylan frowned confused.

“Your eyes, they’re beautiful,” I said.

His eyes seemed to glow, which made them about ten times as mesmerizing than what they usually are. Dylan smiled and kissed me on my forehead before we continued walking to the car. When we arrived at my house, I pecked Dylan on the cheek and opened my door, just as I was getting out of the car he grabbed my hand

“I’ll see you on Monday at 7:00,” he said.

“School doesn’t start till’ 8:00, Dylan.”

“I know I’m picking you up.”

“Oh no, you don’t have to do that,” I said

“I know I don’t have to, but I want to,” he said, squeezing my hand.

“Besides you left your car at my house, remember.”

“Shit, I forgot all about that.”

Dylan laughed. “Don’t worry; I’ll get Sage to drive it to the school.”

I thanked Dylan once more and headed inside. I guess I should tell Leila that she might not have a ride tomorrow.

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