The night of the werewolf
- Genre: Romance
- Author: Lorry Lopes
- Chapters: 6
- Status: Ongoing
- Age Rating: 18+
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Liam is a werewolf who lives hidden in the city, trying to control his wild nature. He leads a lonely life until he meets Elizabeth, a human with whom he falls head over heels in love. However, their relationship is threatened by a love triangle with Adrian, a charming and seductive vampire who is also in love with Elizabeth. Tensions mount when a series of brutal attacks occur in the city, and the werewolves and vampires discover that they are being hunted by a mysterious and dangerous organization that seeks to eliminate all supernatural creatures. Liam and Adrian must overcome their differences and fight together to protect their species from the threat. Meanwhile, Elizabeth finds herself in the middle of a battle between two powerful supernatural creatures and must decide who to trust. She learns that not everything is what it seems, and that dark secrets are being hidden.
Elizabeth was a renowned writer, known for her romance books that captivated the hearts of readers. Tired of the hectic life in the big city, she decided to move to a small town, with a more peaceful and cozy pace.
After much research, Elizabeth found a charming city, surrounded by green hills and a picturesque old town. She rented an old house with stone walls and a large garden, where she could concentrate on her new literary projects.
The city was quite different from the hustle and bustle of the big city, but Elizabeth soon fell in love with the place's natural beauty and the locals' friendliness. She found the city rich in cultural traditions, with many events and festivals throughout the year.
Elizabeth began exploring the city and its surroundings, seeking inspiration for her novels. She visited local flea markets and antique stores, where she found curious objects and fascinating stories. She walked through the lush green fields and forests, soaking up the natural beauty and calming sounds of nature.
Over time, Elizabeth began to become involved in community life. She joined a local writers' group and shared her knowledge and experiences with other up-and-coming writers. She has also volunteered at local events such as the town's book fair and music festival.
Elizabeth found the small town to be a place where she could focus on her writing and find inspiration in the natural beauty and community life. She began writing her next novel, set in the city she now called home. Her work became a success, winning the hearts of readers with its engaging narrative and the endearing characters Elizabeth met in her new home.
Elizabeth realized that even though she left the big city behind, she found something much more valuable in the small town - a place where she could find the peace, inspiration, and community she needed to truly feel at home.
Elizabeth was a young 25-year-old writer with long brown hair and piercing green eyes that seemed to scrutinize every detail around her. She had a natural beauty, but her dress style was simple and practical, with comfortable clothes that allowed her to move freely.
Despite being immersed in her literary projects and her new life in the small town, Elizabeth couldn't help but notice a mysterious man who always seemed to be close by. His name was Liam, an outsider who had recently moved to town. He was tall with dark hair and bright blue eyes. His face was grim, but something was fascinating about his appearance that intrigued Elizabeth.
Once, while walking through the fields near her home, Elizabeth heard footsteps behind her. When she turned, she saw Liam standing some distance away, watching her. She was nervous about his presence, but curious at the same time.
Over time, Elizabeth and Liam began to meet at places around town, such as the local library or the central cafe. Liam was a man of few words, but his presence was fascinating to Elizabeth. She couldn't understand why, but she was attracted to him.
While exploring the city, Elizabeth came across a mysterious man named Adrian. He was known to be one of the richest men in town, but he kept to himself and didn't talk to anyone.
Adrian was tall, with dark hair and deep-set eyes, as if he held secrets. His face was chiseled and symmetrical, with a hard expression that suggested he was a difficult person to win.
Elizabeth was intrigued by Adrian and his mysterious appearance but soon discovered that he seemed to avoid contact with other townspeople. She wondered what he was hiding and decided to investigate.
Elizabeth began watching Adrian from afar, trying to find out more about him. She saw him walking through the city parks, always alone, and she also saw him going in and out of his mansion on one of the hills around the city.
But try as she might, Elizabeth could never get close to Adrian. He always seemed to be one step ahead of her, always avoiding eye contact or any kind of interaction.
Elizabeth decided to leave things as they were and focus on her writing and community life in the city. But she still wondered about the mysterious man who seemed so lonely and distant.
One day, while Elizabeth was at the local bakery, she dropped her notebook on the floor without realizing it. Liam, a young man from the city, who was sitting at a nearby table, saw the notebook and ran to get it before someone stepped on it.
"You dropped this," Liam said, handing Elizabeth the notebook. "I hope it's not too damaged."
Elizabeth thanked her, examining her notebook carefully. "Thanks, I don't know what I would do without it. I'm always writing ideas for my books."
Liam smiled. "Are you a writer? How cool! I always wanted to be a writer, but I never dared to follow my dream."
"Why don't you try?" Elizabeth asked, encouraging him. "The city is such an inspiring place, I'm sure you'll find a lot of inspiration here."
Liam laughed. "Who knows? Maybe I'll give it a go. By the way, my name is Liam."
"Elizabeth," she replied, smiling. "Nice to meet you."
The two continued to chat in the bakery, discussing writing ideas and sharing stories about the city. Elizabeth found Liam to be a pleasant and amusing young man, and they quickly became friends.
As they left the bakery together, Elizabeth noticed that Adrian was leaving the nearby antique shop. She wondered if Liam knew anything about the mystery man, but decided not to ask, at least not yet.
With Liam by her side, Elizabeth felt safer exploring the city and continue writing her books. She still wondered about Adrian and his history, but for now, she was happy to have made a new friend in the small town.
During their walk through town, Liam and Elizabeth stopped in front of a popular restaurant. As they waited in line, Elizabeth noticed Adrian walking down the street. She told Liam, "You know, I've seen that man before. He seems to be very rich, but he always avoids contact with the townspeople."
Liam replied, "Yes, I've seen him a few times too. I think he lives in one of the mansions in the nearby hills. But why do you look scared when you see him?"
"I don't know exactly," Elizabeth replied. "But whenever I see him, I feel a little scared. He's so mysterious and distant, he never really seems to be there."
Liam chuckled. "Well, I guess some people are like that. But don't worry about him, I'm here to protect you," he said playfully, putting his arm around Elizabeth's shoulders.
Though she found Liam's banter amused, Elizabeth was still intrigued and a little scared by Adrian. She wondered if there was something else behind his mysterious appearance. But for now, he decided not to think too much about it and enjoy the day with Liam, exploring the small town and his new friendship.
As they walked through town, Liam shared more of his story with Elizabeth. He explained that his family owned a large nature reserve in the area, which had been passed down from generation to generation for centuries. However, all of his closest relatives had died in a plane crash a few years ago, leaving Liam as the only living descendant.
Elizabeth felt compassion for Liam and asked how he handled the situation. He explained that while it was difficult to take full responsibility for the reserve, he was determined to keep it running and preserve his family's legacy.
"I can't let everything my ancestors built go to waste," Liam said with determination. "I want the reserve to remain a place of beauty and tranquility for everyone in the region."
Elizabeth was impressed by Liam's passion for his family heritage and nature. She wondered if her own life story would one day be as interesting as his.
The two continued to explore the city, visiting local stores and stopping to chat with other residents. Elizabeth felt more and more at home in the small town, and her friendship with Liam made her feel even more comfortable.
As they drove home, Elizabeth realized that it was getting late and that she needed to get back to her apartment. Liam offered to accompany her, and she accepted, grateful for the company.
As they walked together, Elizabeth felt happy to have made such a good friend in town. She was still intrigued by Adrian and his mysterious appearance, but she was determined not to let it spoil her new start in the small town.
On the way to Elizabeth's apartment, Liam told her a little legend about his family. He said that, according to oral tradition, his ancestors were descended from werewolves. Elizabeth was taken aback, but soon realized it was just a silly, fun story.
Liam laughed. "Yes, it's a silly story, but my family always liked to keep it alive. There's no hard evidence, of course, but it's fun to think about."
Elizabeth found the story interesting and wondered if some other legends or traditions were important to the small town. She decided to investigate more about that later.
Suddenly, Elizabeth realized that they were passing Adrian's mansion. She couldn't help but feel intrigued again and asked Liam what he knew about the mystery man.
Liam was serious for a moment. "Well, you know the legend I just told you? The truth is that Adrian and his family are descended from vampires."
Elizabeth felt a chill run down her spine. "What? Is this real?" she asked.
Liam sighed. "No, of course, it's not real. But legend has it that the werewolf and vampire families have an ancient rivalry and that's why Adrian is so aloof and avoids contact with the townspeople."
Elizabeth wondered if there was any truth behind this legend and if Adrian was re. She decided she needed to find out more about the mystery man.
But for now, she was grateful to have Liam as a friend and companion in her new small-town life. She thanked him for seeing her at her apartment and said goodbye, promising to see him again soon.
That night, Elizabeth fell into a deep sleep and dreamed of werewolves and vampires. She found herself in a dark forest, where the trees were tall and the branches reached out like claws. The moon was full and shining in the night sky, illuminating the landscape in a pale, silvery light.
Suddenly, Elizabeth heard a distant howl. She looked around and saw a large gray wolf approaching her. The animal stopped a few meters away and stared at Elizabeth with bright yellow eyes.
Then another wolf appeared, and another, and another. Soon, Elizabeth was surrounded by a pack of wolves. They howled together, in unison, and Elizabeth