Why now (Part 7, page 2 of 2)


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Part 7

Mystery man POV

I could feel a secret trying to claw his way out. I had left him behind and now he wants to come and visit. My secret makes me a little different anyway but now he wants to become apart of my life? I have a thing and it is... one of my little secrets. I like DDLG(Daddy Dom Little Girl) relationships. When people hear that they think of pedophiles but we're not. We don't take advantage of little girls and there not our daughters. Think of DDLG relationships as a young woman with a older man but the woman likes to be treated like a child. I have known about my ... preference for years but I just couldn't find my little. I looked at Marry Ann and knew she was ment for me. My other secret is that I am a third generation Alpha so I have a pack and family back home in Beaufort, SC and I only came here to find My Queen. Some s you need to know adout werewolves. We Do Not Get Fury on a fill moon I Mean Are you for real? We are fully aware and in controls of our pure wolves unless we or our pack is threatened or if our Queen gets a little... you know. I looked at Marry Ann and smiled she had fell back to sleep and was dueling all over her pillow. When I merge our existence I will become her King and she will undergo a chance that makes her a werewolf. Unlike in the books our bite does not make us mates neither does doing the dead. I smelt a bich(Not offensive to Werewolf it just states that there is an unmarked girl or woman wolf) close by. I stud up and looked at Marry Ann's mom,"I kneed to leave for a minute...Can you text me if she wakes up?" She smiled, "of course dear," she handed me her phone and I typed in me number. I walked out of the room and started allowing the scent to pull me in. I followed it down the hall and to the left into a dork room...(Who will be there? Will he have to leave or will a another man try to take his Queen?)

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