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The Recruit Book Three EBOOK

The Recruit Book Three EBOOK

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His bite changed me forever.  I'm stronger, faster... deadlier.  The moon calls to me now, and I cannot resist its sweet song.

The vampire uprising has been crushed and their leader destroyed by Hannah's blade. But their victory over the leeches is not without sacrifice. Unexpected changes arise in the recruit program, a sword master loses his will to fight and a Lycan, desperate to save the life of the woman he loves, sends her down a dangerous and unrecognizable path.

Overwhelmed by her new powers, Hannah distances herself from her loved ones.  As her powers grow and the moon sings its relentless call, will she abandon her human side forever?



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“He’s avoiding me, Douglas.”

The old Lycan sighed and sipped at his cup of tea. “He’s ashamed of what he’s done, Hannah. He needs some time to figure it out.”

Hannah stared into her own cup of tea. “He shouldn’t be ashamed. He saved my life. If he would talk to me for just one goddamn minute, I’d tell him that myself. I’d tell him how grateful I am for what he did and how much I love him. But he won’t even step foot in the facility.”

Douglas reached out and squeezed her hand. “Generally speaking, it’s frowned upon by other Lycans when one of our kind turns a human. Will is reacting to that. He knows you love him.”

“Why is it frowned upon?”

He looked decidedly uncomfortable and she pressed him further. “Douglas? Why is it frowned on?”

He stood and poured them both more tea. “They, and trust me when I say that not all Lycans feel this way but a great majority of them do, believe that humans are weak. And humans who have become Lycans through a bite are thought to be, well, unpredictable and dangerous.”

Douglas sat down next to her. “Centuries ago, it was common practice for Lycans to turn humans. They did it for a variety of reasons – sometimes it was just for sport, sometimes they had no choice, and at one very dark time in our past, they did it to keep the bloodlines going.”

“What do you mean?”

“There was a – a type of Black Plague that swept through the Lycan race many, many years ago. It took out sixty percent of our population and in desperation, Lycans began turning humans.”

“So why is there such a problem with it now?” Hannah asked.

“There is some truth to the belief that humans who have been turned are unpredictable and dangerous. There have been many documented cases of them turning on other Lycans and humans. They can have a difficult time controlling their Lycan side, especially during the full moon. Many of us who were born Lycan worried that their inability to control their wolf would expose us to the humans. There were more than a few who were afraid of these – these hybrid Lycans for lack of a better word.”

Hannah stared thoughtfully at him. “Are you afraid of me, Douglas?”

He shook his head. “No. You’re strong and have a good heart. You won’t hurt me or anyone else.”

She gave him a small smile. “Truthfully, I don’t feel that much different.”

“That’s because it’s only been a few days, Hannah. Over the next week or so you’re going to start noticing changes. Your sense of smell will heighten, your eyesight will improve, and you’ll be faster and stronger.”

Her look was doubtful. He patted her hand. “It’s true. I know it’s hard to believe, but it will happen. Some humans just take longer than others. I knew of one human, years ago, who took nearly six months before he shifted for the first time.”

He took a sip of tea. “When you do shift for the first time, it can be painful and disorienting. You shouldn’t expect to have full control of your Lycan side immediately. Constance and I, and Will, will teach you how to control it. You’ll be fine. I promise.”

“Will won’t be able to help me do anything if he won’t even talk to me,” she said moodily.

He cleared his throat. “There’s something else you should know, Hannah. There are quite a few people in the facility who believe that Will turned you because of his issue with humans and Lycans mating. They – they think he did it on purpose so that you could be together without any of the stigma attached.”

She gaped at him. “Are you kidding me?”

He shook his head. “I wish I were. There’s been enough talk about it that the Board of Directors has become involved. They’re considering firing Will as an instructor and asking him to leave the facility. The rumour is that when the new head of the facility arrives, he’ll be evaluating Will’s performance closely and making a decision on whether to keep him or not.”

“They can’t do that!” Hannah stood up abruptly. Her hands clenched into fists and knocked her cup of tea off the island counter. It shattered on the floor, but she paid no attention to it as she glared at Douglas. Her eyes were fading from brown to green and Douglas held his hands up in a soothing manner as her body swelled and hair sprouted on her cheeks.

“Calm down, Hannah.”

“Calm down?” She arched her eyebrow at him and then growled. “You want me to calm down, old man? The man I love – the man who saved my life and countless other lives – is going to be thrown from the very facility that he’s spent half his life defending and you want me to calm down?”

“Yes,” Douglas said.

She panted harshly, the seams of her t-shirt beginning to rip. She glanced down at herself and then gave Douglas a look of fear and confusion. “Douglas? I feel so strange.”

“Take some deep breaths, Hannah. I know you’re upset about the situation with Will, but your anger and your fear are bringing on your first shift. This is neither the time nor place for it. If you relax, it will stop.”

She shook her head, her eyes wide with a combination of fear and anger. “I can’t.”

“You can,” he replied.

She made a soft moaning noise that turned into a low growl. “I won’t let them hurt Will. He turned me to save my life, not because he had some hidden agenda. If they even try to accuse him of that or kick him out of the facility, I’ll make them pay. All of them.”

“Enough, Hannah! Pull yourself together and focus!” Douglas said sharply.

She snarled at him as her teeth turned to fangs and her nails lengthened to sharp points. “Don’t tell me what to do, old man.

Douglas stood and backed away as Hannah’s body continued to swell. She growled again as she fell to her hands and knees. She stared at him in fear. “Help me, Douglas.”

“Control it, Hannah. Take deep breaths and clear your mind.” Douglas slid around the counter.

Her entire body rippling and shaking, she lifted her head and howled. She shifted completely to her wolf form, her clothes ripping apart, and snapped her teeth before leaping to the top of the island. She stared at Douglas, growling deep in her chest, and he swallowed thickly as he stared into her eyes.

“Don’t do this, Hannah,” he said. “Remember who you are.”

She grinned at him, her large teeth flashing in the lights above her head, and fear rippled through him. The Hannah he knew was swallowed completely by the wolf within her.

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