The WolfHe looked at her and growled, “A talking wolf is the least of your concerns.” Elizabeth took a step backwards in shock. Feeling restless, she had decided to go out for a walk in the woodlands surrounding Longbourn and Meryton. That there were wolves in Hertfordshire was one thing, but a talking one? Maybe her mother had finally driven her crazy.The Wolf by Nekolai
Elizabeth had never seen a wolf up close before, but she had read about them, and she was sure that they weren’t meant to be of such a size as this one. Its grey eyes were locked on hers, the intelligence she saw there was unnerving.
“It is unsafe to be alone in the woods on this night. Others of my kind would not be so forgiving as I, should they chance upon helpless prey.” When Elizabeth didn’t move, the wolf growled and took a step towards her. She turned and fled, raising her skirts to make it easier to run.
By the time she reached Longbourn, her face was flushed and her breath ragged. “Gracious, ch