Alice's dilemmaAlice had never had a conflict this big, or this consuming. She grabbed another carrot and ran it under the water. She scrubbed the grime away. She loved Levi, didn’t she? She grabbed one of her Mercer knives and began dicing. She couldn’t even begin to think she didn’t love Levi, they were mates except… except they weren’t. She was Garth’s mate, he’d said so himself. He’d lied. Her blade stuck in the carving board. He’d liked to her for as long as she’d known him. She pulled the knife out and threw the carrots into a pot of chicken broth. And now he’d lied again. And he’d bit someone, another woman. And he’d lied again. He bit another woman, and lied to her about it. He had promised to never bite a human again and he knew how much she hated being lied to. He knew and he did it anyways. She looked at the cutting board. Carrots, celery, potatoes, onions and leeks were in diced stacks. She sighed and threw the
PrologueHe closed his eyes, and breathed his last breath. They buried him in the ground, and a few days later… he woke up. That was the beginning of the end.
“Hello?” Samuel twisted his head from side to side. “Is anyone there?” He moved to sit up and hit his head on something hard, covered by something soft. The blackness was closing in. But it wasn’t blackness. It wasn’t darkness. It was… nothing. His breath started to catch in his throat. He couldn’t do this. “Help!” He started banging around him. “Someone!” He was trapped, and this box was small. “Help Me!” He had never been claustrophobic, but he couldn’t deal with this… nothing. There was no sound but that which he created himself, no light and nothing that he could see. “HELP!” He screamed for hours, but no one heard him. His voice was sore and he just now began to worry that he was running out of air. He continued bangin