A Los Angla civil engineer student, on an internship in NY. What happens when she decides to have a one-night stand, and he turns out to be the soon-to-be Alpha of the biggest and strongest pack out there in America? Not only did she sleep with him, but she was also his mate. After that, she meets the Alpha of the Lycian pack in an interview who also turns out to be her mate.
What happens when a normal human being is thrown into the world of packs, werewolves, and stuff like that? And her world suddenly isn't as innocent as she thought it was. Who will she choose from them? Will she reject or accept them when she comes to know about them? Will they share her or fight with each other to keep her to themselves only?
Is the fate of villainess bound to the novel? Can the villainess not follow the fate of her? Why must the villainess need to know about the female lead or the male lead? This is what I have read about the novel where a person transmigrated or reincarnated became villainess of the novel, they were so obsessed about the story of the novel not the story of their own life. If to prevent death, just doing something opposite of the novel, because my fate is not bound to the novel but bound to me. I will do the opposite of the novel, and not give any care about the events of the novel, what will go wrong about that? What will go wrong with doing what you want to be?
This is the story of an 11-year-old who loses his parents and is now an orphan. He is bitter and mad at the world. His new life will change him in ways he never knew possible. Can he find himself and be happy?
This is a spin-off to the story "The teenage years of Alexander Horten"
*There are no perfect people in this story; no villains, no perfect protagonists and no fairytale romance. There is, however, realistic examples of neurodivergence, discovering yourself, LGBTQIA characters and nuanced depictions of mental health problems, self harm, religious and generational trauma.*
"My name is Faith Elizabeth Samuels. Well, it used to be, before I left my fundamentalist helicopter parents and started going by Luna... My counselor tells me writing will help me to 'heal'. Somehow, writing my feelings of depression, anxiety, self harm and suicidal thoughts will negate a lifetime of 'bad feelings' about my self image, mental health and general well-being. Sounds legit. So, fair reader, does my little tale of woe intrigue you? If so, come join my merry band of misfits on this roller coaster of life."
A -sometimes- uplifting story about growing up and overcoming life's challenges. Laugh, cry and smile with our cynical author as she tries to traverse the scary life of after high school while battling her inner demons and conquering the ever-terrifying world of adulting.
Rated Mature (13+) For themes of self-harm, depression, anxiety and some sexuality.
Sam had been set up. Her family, which meant everything to her, didn't want her anymore. Her best friend was in on it all. That's when she decided that enough was enough. But when Sam wanted to draw the closing line to her life, something happened.
A little extra info
Here there kind stranger for finding this! This isn't the actual start of the story I wrote, it starts at ,,Prologue: Beginning of the end,,
Since you are here, I might as well tell you something about me and why I'm writing this.
I'm 17 years old and an amateur writer, so to say.
My sister recently mentioned one of her fanfictions again and since I always loved writing story's , but never really had the time to do it, I thought to myself: Might as well just try it and see how it turns out.
I know this isn't an extremely well written story and that's not what I'm even trying to achieve here.
I found out after finishing the Prologue, that this was fun. A lot of fun. I was sitting there, hours at time, just thinking and writing away.
And getting to share my story with random people online just makes this whole thing even better for me.
I know I'm not the best writer and that my english isn't perfect, not even close. (I'm from Germany in case you are wondering.)
I just hope that atleast some of you people out there like what I am writing here and are willing to give my work a chance to develop and blossom.
This is really helping me fix the stressful parts of my life and also helping me not give up if things seem bad.
I hope you enjoy,
Finding out that he was a puppy boy, our 12-year-old boy wonders how society would accept a boy with puppy ears and a puppy tail.He does not get a chance. The institute that made him finds him and thinks that they own him
I would advise readers to read the first part of Experiment Puppy first. This is the continuation of the first part.
It's not a single book but is the first book of the Accidental Pregnancy series.
Nate Nara is the CEO of Nara enterprise who had everything in his life: good looks, fame, wealth, and a beautiful wife, but the only thing he wants more than anything is to have a family. He wants to have his own family and his own children. But he lost the ability to become a father because of Cancer. So he tried to have the child by using the insemination method.
Sadie Smith is planning to go to New York after one month for her studies and she has just started working in his company. She goes to visit the gynecologist for a check-up but gets inseminated by mistake because a nurse misplaced the files and sends her to an endocrinologist by mistake.
What will they do when they know about it? And will her mother believe let her keep a baby or not? What will she do then? Will Nate's wife gives him a divorce or and late they are happy or will she get him back?
The following is intended for mature audiences.
What’s it like to be a criminal working for the government? They say that if you're not already messed up, no one quits with their sanity intact.
In a world where 10% of the population have a supernatural ability, governments have deployed special units to handle cases involving crimes committed by ability users. But little do the public know, the government is also behind the majority of supernatural crimes.
My story isn’t a pretty one. You’ll get frustrated, bored, annoyed and even disgusted. But it’s alright. You don’t have to like it. As long as I’ll be remembered.
The brutally honest diary of a "villain" in all its grotesque glory. Well, along with the mishaps of an average high-school student.