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Treasured

Summary:
Danni is just your typical shapeshifting werewolf teenage girl from New Hampshire. She's got friends, a family, and a pack of twelve that she would literally die for. But what happens when Danni takes off because she can't stand certain people anymore? banner


Notes:
Please read! My fist werewolf fanfict!


1. Chapter 1

Rating 4.5/5   Word Count 847   Review this Chapter

"Tyler!" I sobbed, "Tyler how could you?"

"I couldn't help it Daniela. It just happens." He replied back sadly.

"But, but you said this wouldn't happen. You said you wouldn't love anyone else." I said through sobs.

"That was before the transformation." He said.

"But, with my sister too! Err. I can't deal with this anymore!" I said and I took off out the door and let my inner, white wolf consume me.

I was running, running away from my home. From the only place I had ever known, away from the pack. My family. I was leaving it all behind. I couldn't stand it any more. I was leaving the position of Beta in the Pack up to my brother, Ryan. He'd enjoy the position.

The woods were passing by in blurs now as I ran north, towards the Canadian border. I didn't care where I ended up. I just needed to make sure no one was going to come after me, especially not Tyler.

I can't believe that I had spent three wonderful years with him at my side until Delilah, my younger sister and best friend, had morphed and Tyler fell head over heels for her. The memory of when De had told me about it, flew back to haunt me, and I sped faster away from my home.

I noticed the Canadian border sign in the distance; it shouldn't be long until I'm all alone. Just how I wanted it. I reached the northern tip of the vast country before nightfall and headed west as fast as I could, trying to keep the sun in view.

I was probably close to the dead center of Canada when I decided I needed to rest. I knew none of my pack members would be able to hear me now. Even if one of them had followed me, they wouldn't want to hear what I thought about myself right now.

I found a shaded area, the perfect size for me to fit in once I was human again. There was a large puddle near it, and I hadn't realized how thirsty I was until I had taken a first lap at the murky water with my tongue. I drank until I was satisfied and then concentrated on un-phasing.

It took me three stinking hours to calm myself down enough to phase back. Three long and torturous hours. I was exhausted when I was human again. I dressed in my t-shirt and jeans quickly and crawled into the comfortable little nook.

After finally managing to fall asleep, I tossed and turn from dreams of memories and faces I would never want to look back on. I didn't know why my own mind was betraying me like this. I wanted to forget them all. Every last one of the pack, my family, my friends. They were the ones who knew about Tyler and Delilah before I did. They all had known before me, and did anyone warn me about it? No. Not even Greg, our alpha dog had had the guts to tell me about it. I never saw it coming.

I cringed at the memory from yesterday sprang up in front of my eyes.

Tyler had driven me home from work after class. The ride back home was, as usual, quiet and tension filled. I could tell that Tyler was hiding something from me, but I had never expected what it really was.

He dropped me off at my front door, handed me my bag, and walked in. De. was home and I noticed her give him a quick hug, thinking I wasn't watching. Tyler sat down on the couch next to her.

"Have you told her yet?" De Whispered to him.

"No, I'll tell her eventually." Tyler hissed back as I sat down across from them and pulled out my history homework.

"No you won't." She hissed a little louder at him, "You'll just put it off for as long as you can. I know you better Tyler; you'd never want to hurt her. So, if you won't tell her now, then I will."

Tyler didn't answer, so Delilah stood to speak. I glanced up from the chapter I had to read.

"Danni, we have to tell you something."

"What do you mean ‘we'?" I asked.

"Well, don't take this the wrong way, but Tyler has to break up with you."

"What?" I asked as if I hadn't heard her the first time, not any shade of disbelief in my voice yet.

"I can't do this anymore." Tyler said plainly, "Daniela, I can't be seen with you anymore."

"Why not?" I didn't understand at the time, even with the answer right in front of me.

"Tyler's imprinted on me." Delilah said quickly.

"He WHAT?" I gasped, not wanting to believe it; the tears were already streaming down my cheeks.

The rest of the fiasco is history, and I just wanted it to go away.

I curled deeper into the nook the two trees made and tightly closed my eyes, holding back more of the tears.