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Found by the Lunar Pack: Lunar Pack, #4

Found by the Lunar Pack: Lunar Pack, #4

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Found by the Lunar Pack: Lunar Pack, #4

4/5 (3 ratings)
45 pages
59 minutes
Mar 11, 2017


Jasper lives by four rules: No kissing, no cuddling, no feelings... and never getting hurt again.

Every full moon, Jasper runs away from the packs. He's a stray, a loner, a werewolf without a pack. Caught by an Alpha while trespassing on his territory, Jasper is suddenly saved by a wolf he doesn't know, for reasons he cannot understand.

When he wakes up the next morning beside a man named Felix, Jasper's confusion has only just begun, and it deepens when they bump into Milo at the local coffee place.

Three men, one night at a club, it was supposed to be some innocent fun. But it soon turns out that his rules, and maybe even his heart, are on the line.

A 11,000 word long story about a man who is caught off guard by life when he least expects it.
This is book 4 in the Lunar Pack series, and starts Jasper's story arch.

Mar 11, 2017

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Found by the Lunar Pack




Found by the Lunar Pack (Lunar Pack #4)

Copyright © 2015 Rosa Swann

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The scent of wolves is strong in the air, surrounding my senses from all directions. I want to hide, to fade away in the darkness of the night. But I know they’re already too close. They kept downwind from me until it was too late. Ganging up on me, stalking me, hunting me.

I push myself between a wall and some trashcans, maybe that will mask my smell from them and they will move on. It is to no avail. I see four white figures strut into the alley and come straight for me.

There is one big wolf, walking ahead, with three smaller ones following a few steps behind him. A pack, a damn pack, my rotten luck.

I push myself against the wall more, hoping that my black fur will help me melt into the shadows, but the Alpha keeps looking at me, straight at me.

The pack stops and the Alpha walks towards me on his own. Stepping closer and closer. A growl starts in the back of his throat, intimidating, scaring, showing me that this is his terrain.

Of course it is, because why wouldn’t this beautiful area already be claimed by someone, or a whole pack. It was stupid of me to come here.

I keep in my place, not able to sneak out of the alley because there is a dead end behind me, but I also know that the Alpha is way stronger than I am, so I can’t fight my way past the pack either.

The Alpha snarls, his body tense. I need to come out, fight him or submit to him.

Instead, my body is frozen, fear having taken hold, memories of another time and another big wolf rushing through my head.

The Alpha snarls again, stepping even closer to me.

I want to do something, I want to show myself, but I can’t seem to move.

The snarls are turning into growls and one of the wolves at the back of the group jumps in front of me, his back up, his teeth showing. The Alpha growls at him but the last two wolves jump in too, forming a barrier between me and the Alpha.

What? That is not how things work, that is not how packs work. But the Alpha now backs off, stepping away from us and deflating

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