Wolf Wanderer: book, part 4- why?!

Wolf Wanderer: book, part 4- why?!

Posted on: Dec 07, 2018
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Leeonna cried happily as her parents, now wolves, licked her lovingly. But, she immediately stopped, and backed off (at least tried to. She wasn't used to her new body yet,) and slightly growled. Her parents looked blanked, disappointed, and confused. 'Hon,' her mother asked, her necklace glowing with an emerald shine, 'what's wrong?' Leeonna seriously stared. Her eyes going from one to another, then she noticed the other wolves, but ignored them.

'You could have at least visited,' she growled, 'you didn't have to leave me alone like I'm nothing!' Her hair stood on end, her muzzle wrinkled. 'It's like a pound in there,' she said, as she calmed, her face dropped, but she kept here head high, 'They only want the babies, or pups. Even the ones that are just a little bit older are leaved to die!' Her mother's eyes want large, her tail between her legs. She dropped her head, and trotted off. Her father stood his ground, and opened his mouth to speak. He growled lowly but stopped. 'Come.'
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Wolf Wanderer: book, part 4- why?!

Posted on: Dec 07, 2018
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Leeonna cried happily as her parents, now wolves, licked her lovingly. But, she immediately stopped, and backed off (at least tried to. She wasn't used to her new body yet,) and slightly growled. Her parents looked blanked, disappointed, and confused. 'Hon,' her mother asked, her necklace glowing with an emerald shine, 'what's wrong?' Leeonna seriously stared. Her eyes going from one to another, then she noticed the other wolves, but ignored them.

'You could have at least visited,' she growled, 'you didn't have to leave me alone like I'm nothing!' Her hair stood on end, her muzzle wrinkled. 'It's like a pound in there,' she said, as she calmed, her face dropped, but she kept here head high, 'They only want the babies, or pups. Even the ones that are just a little bit older are leaved to die!' Her mother's eyes want large, her tail between her legs. She dropped her head, and trotted off. Her father stood his ground, and opened his mouth to speak. He growled lowly but stopped. 'Come.'
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Tysm! One of my dreams is to become an author : D
Im pretty sure you mean Brownreck not Brownreack XD
Ya XD typing error
white underbelly, 'Why not you introduce-' he stopped, and stared at Leeonna. 'Umm, your pup.' He trudged off. 'Doesn't he know my name?' Leeonna asked, 'And who's Brownreck?' Her dad smiled. 'Brownreack's my wolf name. They call me that because, well, I'm part brown and they say I'm reckless.' 'So,' Leeonna began,' Leeonna's my human name. But what's my wolf name?' Brownreck looked away, thinking. Then he turned to look at his pup. 'For now, probably Blonde, but you'll earn your name. It-
Im pretty sure you mean Brownreck not Brownreack XD
I hope you guys liked it, part 5: the future and the cousin Will come out shortly!
white underbelly, 'Why not you introduce-' he stopped, and stared at Leeonna. 'Umm, your pup.' He trudged off. 'Doesn't he know my name?' Leeonna asked, 'And who's Brownreck?' Her dad smiled. 'Brownreack's my wolf name. They call me that because, well, I'm part brown and they say I'm reckless.' 'So,' Leeonna began,' Leeonna's my human name. But what's my wolf name?' Brownreck looked away, thinking. Then he turned to look at his pup. 'For now, probably Blonde, but you'll earn your name. It-
describes you.' He turned and walked away, with 'Blonde' not to far behind. Brownreck introduced Leeonna to her wolf family. Her uncle and aunt, six cousins (all younger, they were 5 in wolf years), a grandmother (ALWAYS complained about her back), another pair of an aunt and uncle, and a wolf who struck Leeonna by surprise. A female, her age, and her cousin, with brown fur and a grey underbelly, she looked at Leeonna with a sense of jealousy.
by a wall of large oak. The cave was basically all out of the ground, and it wasn't that tall, probably only 4 1/2 feet. But it was wide and deep. Her father stopped. 'We wanted to come back, desperately. But we knew if we did, we would be shot and killed. Or kept as a pet, or put somewhere in the forest that we didn't know where. We love, you and always have.' Leeonna looked away, but smiled. 'I'm sorry dad, I was just so mad.' Her father smiled as well. 'Hey, Brownreck,' said a grey wolf with-
white underbelly, 'Why not you introduce-' he stopped, and stared at Leeonna. 'Umm, your pup.' He trudged off. 'Doesn't he know my name?' Leeonna asked, 'And who's Brownreck?' Her dad smiled. 'Brownreack's my wolf name. They call me that because, well, I'm part brown and they say I'm reckless.' 'So,' Leeonna began,' Leeonna's my human name. But what's my wolf name?' Brownreck looked away, thinking. Then he turned to look at his pup. 'For now, probably Blonde, but you'll earn your name. It-
Leeonna shook her head. 'I'm not going with a wolf who abandoned his pup.. err... kid. I cried my self to sleep hundreds of times. I thought you were dead and you weren't! You didn't even tell me that-' Her father jumped in front of her, his ears back, his fur on end with his muzzle wrinkled. He relaxed, and looked at her pitifully. 'Can we talk, alone? I want to show you something.' He shoved his daughter out of the way of other wolves, and to a beautiful large den. It was huge, and protected-
by a wall of large oak. The cave was basically all out of the ground, and it wasn't that tall, probably only 4 1/2 feet. But it was wide and deep. Her father stopped. 'We wanted to come back, desperately. But we knew if we did, we would be shot and killed. Or kept as a pet, or put somewhere in the forest that we didn't know where. We love, you and always have.' Leeonna looked away, but smiled. 'I'm sorry dad, I was just so mad.' Her father smiled as well. 'Hey, Brownreck,' said a grey wolf with-
Leeonna shook her head. 'I'm not going with a wolf who abandoned his pup.. err... kid. I cried my self to sleep hundreds of times. I thought you were dead and you weren't! You didn't even tell me that-' Her father jumped in front of her, his ears back, his fur on end with his muzzle wrinkled. He relaxed, and looked at her pitifully. 'Can we talk, alone? I want to show you something.' He shoved his daughter out of the way of other wolves, and to a beautiful large den. It was huge, and protected-