[Proving Alpha Status] is a fantasy werewolf novel. [Amazon US].
The ebook will be free on Amazon from March 13th to March 17th. [Free Ebook Sale?]
[Content Warning for Proving Alpha Status] Triggers/ concerns should be considered before reading this short story. The short stories of the novels try to stick with the same possible content warnings although should never hit all of them.
I’m gonna refrain of any of the scenes that would lean into trigger content though. You can imagine what happened in Ryan’s church time.
Avian lands before me. Their giant bird acts like the humans freaking out aren’t important. Not like I was freaking out from Avian’s ride. “Ryan!”
“Hey, Avian.” I offer them a high five. “Didn’t like my choices for bed partners?”
“Didn’t care in the least. You always make poor choices and nothing I say makes a bit of difference.” Avian nods to the bird. “Get on. I need your help.”
“With?” I climb on the bird’s back patting the ride. He’s more than a pet and ride, though. Avian was named such because they were the partner who could. Their tribe and connection is special. I don’t have a connection like that.
“There’s a werewolf running too close to the tribe.”
“Those things are dangerous. Too dangerous to run wild. We should go on a hunt to wipe out all werewolves,” I state.
Avian turns to just stare at me. As if I may be an idiot. But they don’t make a comment while we head into the sky.
Did they refrain because talking while flying isn’t really possible? Or did I make a comment they don’t have an answer to? All stories of werewolves are filled with damage and danger. Why wouldn’t that be a good quest? I always accept killing a wild wolf.
We land close to his house which is also the hospital. Most of tribe get treatment at their houses, though, so it’s used for people like me. Can’t turn out the sick and injured, but don’t want to offer them safety inside the tribal grounds. I can’t blame them.
“Alright. I’m going to trust you to handle it. I don’t want my birds damaged, and it’s the only way I could keep up.”
“Don’t blame you.” I crack my neck and pull a short sword from my waist. “Let them guide me though. They can fly off once I get it into view. Don’t worry, werewolves are dangerous, but not too dangerous for me.”
“I know. Wish you did.” Avian motions me into the forest.
I glance at my friend for a second, before focusing on the birds. Werewolves are dangerous. All of them need to die. I don’t mind taking on such a request. Safety can only be had if they weren’t around.
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