Changmin was fine without a mate; he had been okay ever since he became a werewolf. But little did he expect his world to turn upside down when he finally met his mate.
Genre: Drama, Fluff, ot5 (Changmin-centric, Changmin/FOC, Yunjae, Everyone loves Junsu)
Chapters: Chapter 1, Chapter 2
So here’s chapter 2~ Comments and reviews are always appreciated! 🙂
The sound of the doors opening break his chain of thought and a wide smile appeared on Yoochun’s face. Seconds later, a familiar hand was on his shoulder.
“We saved some pizza for you. Want me to heat it up for you?” Junsu asked as he stood up to head to the kitchen.
“That’ll be great. Thanks.” Changmin noted the slight strain in Yoohwan’s usually gentle voice and the slight frown that spread across his brother’s face.
‘They’ll tell us. When they are ready.’ Wolf reminds him softly, just as Changmin was about to ask Yoochun about it.
There was a slight ripple of displeasure that flooded through the pack bonds, and instinctively, Changmin growled. He felt Yunho’s presence and comfort, and almost instantly, he found himself calming down.
‘Pack meeting. Now.’ The Alpha still sounded calm but the youngest knew that it was probably due to Jaejoong (who has some innate ability to make his leader be at peace).
Taking a sneak glance at the brothers, he noticed that Yoohwan looked a lot more distressed than a few seconds ago. Even with Yoochun having a hand on his back, Yoohwan was panicking and there were gold specks in his eyes. Changmin knew that when his eyes were completely gold, his wolf had taken over and nothing good could come out of it.
‘Panicking won’t make anything better. Trust Yunho.’ Wolf nudged him as Changmin made his way to the living room. Yunho and Jaejoong were already there.
“Min.” Yunho nodded his head to acknowledge his presence and motioned for him to take a seat. Gradually, the pack arrived at the living room and a wave of calm flooded across the room. Changmin noted that Yoohwan had calmed down visibly, even though Yoochun still continued to place a hand protectively on his brother’s shoulder.
“There has been a slight problem.” Yunho sighed. “Yoohwan, do you want to address the pack?”
“There was a…a body of a wolf. A young one, I think. I found him when I was coming back from work. And then…” Yoohwan shuddered.
“And then he noticed a gumiho presence in the area.” Yoochun growled, noticing that his brother was unable to continue.
“You don’t think she…she killed him, do you?” Junsu squeaked. Yunho immediately relieved everyone’s anxiety and Junsu let out a small sigh.
“What do we do?” Changmin glanced at Yunho. Gumihos are not nice by nature and the two species have had feuds in the past. But it was always better to coexist peacefully and Changmin knew that Yunho would never choose to fight unless the pack was threatened.
“We’ll wait. Observe. If need be, I’ll call Kangin.” Kangin was the marrock and not a force to be reckoned with. As marrock, he had authority and control over the packs in the surrounding region, including Yunho’s.
“Yunho and I will go investigate the body. We will need Yoohwan to lead us there.” Jaejoong laid a hand on Yoohwan’s shoulder. “And yes, you can come with us.” He gently added after sensing Yoochun’s discomfort.
“Min, I need you to scout the area and see if you sense anything out of the ordinary. Su, stay and hold the fort. We will be back soon.” Yunho instructed as he stood up.
Nodding his head, Changmin checked in with his wolf. Shape shifting was never easy, but Changmin loved the freedom that came along with it. Being a wolf meant that he could travel much easier (“And because he has a great body,” Junsu added sulking) and Wolf readily agreed with him.
Leaping into the driveway, he quickly changed and sped into the woods. It had rained the night before, so the grass was wet and muddy, causing Wolf to whine in displeasure.
Taking quick glances around, Changmin sniffed the air. There was something amiss and Wolf immediately tensed up.
‘Something smells sweet.’ Wolf warned. ‘Be careful.’
Being a werewolf meant that they had heightened senses and Changmin often used it to his advantage when scouting. There was a slight rustling of the leaves and the snapping of twigs that indicated to him of another presence.
‘And it’s coming closer. Behind the bushes.’ Changmin inched his way closer and bared his fangs. Wolf snarled in response and prepared for attack.