“No. Wait, you’re hurt...” Rebecca tried to keep her voice low, so as not to spook the injured animal further, but the big grey wolf disappeared through the hole in the run down fence anyway.
Could this day get any worse? Late for work already, she’d almost hit the streak of grey that came out of nowhere. The car in the opposite lane hadn’t even tried to slow down. No, that sorry excuse for a human being had plowed straight into the animal. The wolf—at least she assumed he was a wolf, as ludicrous as that seemed—had landed on her bonnet, and his yelp of pain had almost sounded human to her.
Rebecca had watched in horror, as he slowly rolled off and fell on the floor. By the time she’d managed to get out of the car, the animal was limping away. He’d stopped briefly, swung his big head round to look at her, and she’d lost herself in the intensity of his gaze. And now he was in there, probably bleeding to death, judging by the trail of blood she was following to the house.
Movement behind the window made her look up. Shit, those eyes….
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