WHERE THE WILD WOLVES HAVE GONE
Standalone Novella and Novel
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The Lunaris pack belongs to Lyca-Corp, and for generations their ancestors have served the worldwide corporation. Netherworlders threaten human existence, and it was the pack's hereditary duty to protect them and do as Lyca-Corp commanded.
However, when a mission takes a drastic turn, sixteen-year-old Luan is thrust into an overwhelming string of disheartening events. From back-up beta to heir to Alpha, his preferred quiet, unimportant place among his pack is swiftly torn from him, and he must quickly adapt to a role he thought was miles out of reach.
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NOVELLA AND NOVEL
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Where The Wild Wolves Have Gone - Powerwolf
Wild Go - Dark Dark Dark
Hunter's Moon - Ghost
The Wolf - Foxworth Hall
Secrets and lies - Ruelle
Daydream - Ruelle
Brave Enough - Lindsey Stirling
Angel by the Wings - Sia
The Songs I Listened To On Repeat While Writing
Chiquitita - ABBA
Where The Wild Wolves Have Gone (orchestral) - Powerwolf
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CHAPTER ONE - HUNTER'S MOON
Moonlight. Silver spread across the gloomy, resting city, shining off the glass walls and puddles of rainwater. Midnight crept closer, and as sleep quietened the night, a whisp of white sleeked through a narrow alley.
Silently, the lone ashen wolf navigated the city’s darkest, smallest cracks. It left no hint of a trail, its ice-white eyes focused on what lay ahead. Alleys, gutters, and dead-still streets—it raced across the deserted roads, avoiding the light.
CHAPTER TWO - THE PACK
Luan woke to the white of his room, the morning alarms blaring through the hallway. As the red light above his single-windowed door flashed, he sat up in his bed, but he gripped his blanket before it could reveal his chest.
With his amber eyes, he stared over at his door. He knew he had only a few minutes before it would open, so he climbed out of bed, a shiver of cold slithering through his body as his bare feet touched the floor.
CHAPTER THREE - SECTOR ONE-THREE
Chaos had ensnared sector one-three. The towering metal walls of the compound were torn wide-open; gunshots and metallic explosions enthralled the morning air, and as creatures fought against soldiers, the once green grass quickly adorned a blanket of crimson.
From the windows of the V-22 Osprey, Luan and his pack stared down at the battle. His amber eyes widened as the aircraft flew overhead, approaching the landing zone. He could see monstrous bears and machine-mounted lizards, hundreds of gun-wielding humans, armoured vehicles, and deep, smoking craters.
The covers for both the NOVELLA and NOVEL versions.
(Novella cover by Julia Bland)