A dark woman shrugged one shoulder. My man’s still up there. I won’t leave without him. Besides, we figured you’d need some help when you got here.You want to know how many people are here and what they want, don’t you? Remy brought about twenty to twenty-five wolves with him. He announced that he’s the Alpha now and that this is his territory. Then he started shouting names, saying they belonged to him and he wanted them back. We have no idea who he means.
Makenna’s chest clenched. Dawn and Madisyn?They were alive when we climbed down here. But I don’t trust Remy not to hurt them.An elderly male tapped his temple. He’s not right in the head. He peeked around Makenna. You didn’t bring many people with you.
Others will come soon. Did all the kids make it to the bunker?The dark female nodded. We all got moving when we heard the alarm. Everyone else huddled in the cafeteria to make it look like they were the only people there.
The teenager bit her lip. He won’t hurt Dawn, will he?
No, he won’t, stated Makenna. Her wolf growled, backing her up. The animal wasn’t interested in being calm or thinking clearly. She wanted to rip out the throats of all the bastards who’d invaded the shelter and endangered everyone in it. She kept pushing to surface, wanting to take control so she could hunt them down. Taking a deep breath, Makenna again reached for the calm echoing through her, thanks to Ryan.Parker looked about to ask a question, but Emilio beat him to it. Tell me, Dawn, why is the shelter becoming overfull?
A large number of the residents were fired from their jobs after their employers—Fired? That made it hard for them to support themselves and move on, I’m guessing. Is it true some of your sponsors pulled out?
He whistled. Now that must have had a big impact.Dawn’s mouth tightened. We’ve attracted new sponsors. And none would have pulled out if—