Aiden leaned against your locker, making your eyes roll as
he ducked down to whisper in your ear. He was only doing it because your
boyfriend Isaac was watching him, you knew about the pack rivalries but why
Aiden had chosen you to bother you could never figure out.
“So what’re you doing after school?” Aiden asked with a
“Leaving early so I can go with Isaac to his away game.” You
say with a smarmy tone, shrugging your bag onto your shoulder and skilfully
slamming your door shut while linking your arms in Lydia’s as she and Allison happened
to walk past.
You missed the defeated nod that Aiden gave Isaac who smiled
to himself as you flipped your hair and walked like Lydia had taught you.
Derek looked up at you guiltily as you looked at down at
him, your arms were crossed as Derek tried to speak only to create a whine,
making you giggle. You were the only person who knew about his struggle with
his new wolf instincts, secretly thinking it was cute when he did something more
wolf like than Derek would normally do.
“Just because you look like a wolf doesn’t mean you can behave
like one.” You muttered when you saw the torn pillow by his paws.
Derek let loose a sharp bark followed by a snuffle and a sigh
in response. You couldn’t help but burst into laughter as you sat on the floor
next to Derek and tried to get him to look at you. When you started tickling
behind his ear he whined in objection but eventually tilted his head into your
hand, turning to face you and pressed his cold nose against your cheek like
tiny wet kisses.
Warnings: Reader has nightmares of Isaac and Reader’s abusive home life
The plate dropped to the ground and your eyes locked on your
brothers from across the room. The sound of it shattering into tiny pieces was
almost like a warning bell for the both of you, Isaac quickly pushed his chair
back as a glass was launched towards you, taking the blow as he crushed you to
his chest and told you it was going to be ok.
“I’m sorry Isaac!” You yelped when he was grabbed and
dragged towards the basement.
You threw you blankets back, gasping for air as the
nightmare left your body coated in sweat, Melissa’s room was just next door so
she heard you cry out and had hurried in. She wrapped you in a tight hug as you
sobbed into her shoulder.
“It’s alright (Y/N), if you have a bad dream you can find me
ok.” Melissa said gently.