Aero and his friends come across Oopa, a young girl from a tribe of Wolf Riders who've settled around Lupine Lake. The tribe possesses a mysterious green gem which is sought after by bandit groups in the area, as well the enigmatic Masked One.
The Lands of Ralosia series takes place in a world with individuals capable of incredible feats of strength, animals of abnormal size, and races of people with distinct anatomy and cultures.
This acts as the 4th entry in the Lands of Ralosia series, but can be read as a standalone short story. There are references to previous events in the series, but they aren't necessary to understand this one.
If you are interested in checking out stories in the series, the one that precedes this is called The Lands of Ralosia: The Tournament
A story that has elements included in this one is, The Lands of Ralosia: Heartstone
Whether you jump right into this one or check out one of the earlier ones, I hope you'll enjoy!
Tommy is the future Alpha of Firestone Pack, but he's far from leader material. In fact, Tommy doesn't even want to take his father's position; he'd much rather his headstrong sister do it. It would take a miracle to turn him into an Alpha.
What if that miracle happens to be a rogue wolf?
Briony is a one woman army. Barely seventeen, she manages several jobs to keep her three younger siblings fed and clothed. She tries to stay out of the way of packs due to trust issues, but she must steal from them in order to survive. It's not the life she wants, but it's the life she had to choose when her parents left.
What will happen when the Firestone Pack finally capture this troublesome rogue and find out what she and her siblings have been through? Can they trust her? Can she trust them?
Will Briony and Tommy become beacons of hope for each other? Or will their different upbringings and beliefs cause a divide between the strongest bond of all? The mate bond.
Sakiko ( a shrine maiden) and Ryouichi (a samurai) embark on a journey throughout the world to purify seven shrines that have been corrupted by evil forces, along the way, they discover the truth about the corruption, the evil behind it and a love between each other, with a few friends along the way.
Right off the bat, I would like to make note this is a darker story if you are squeamish I would recommend you find another story but if you love the nitty-gritty of what it means to be a teenage werewolf, I welcome you.
One night, that's all it takes, to lose everything you've ever know...
Amara is a wanderer, moving from town to town, trying to outrun a past that haunts her. When she moves to Eden, she expects the same routine, be a background character and leave when the time seems fit but when a curly-headed boy all but falls into her life plans change. Things quickly become complicated. For one, he's human and she's a werewolf, and with every full moon, danger gets closer. This town isn't what it seems, neither are the people. can the boy she's come to trust really be trusted? When secrets are revealed and pasts are bought into the light will the two be able to control the beasts within or will they both crash and burn?
*This story is like the stories in Gacha Life sksksksk so it might be verybad and verycringy. Also, I don't know how to write an intro.
**Sorry for the cover, I couldn't find a better anime cover so Error is the one with black hair and Venus is the one with the brown hair
A werewolf story! (there is warlocks, goblins, witches, spirits, fairies...and more) Read and see ^.^
After the death of her only family: her mother, Weslyn Grayson is nothing but an orphaned, 17-year-old, outsider. Having no memories before the age of 9, she delves into her past, only to find that all her leads direct to a seemingly ordinary, insignificant, small town: Gray Valley. Weslyn forever had the complex of being different and even at first glance, Gray Valley is definitely not normal. And although, at first the town does nothing but baffle her; in good time, everything starts to make sense. It is evident, now, that she is different... But maybe being different isn't for the worst.