Werewolf Love Story Part Two (Entwined Book 2)

By: H.T. Night

Entwined Series #2



Chapter One




They took me to a gas station and I bought another gas can. I wasn’t about to let Josiah try to steal one. That wasn’t the kind of impression I wanted to give to Maya, plus shoplifting was never my style. After we got gas, they took me back to my Mustang and I poured about a gallon into the gas tank.

I thanked them both and asked if I could have either of their numbers. They practically fought over who gave me their digits first. I took both their pieces of paper and placed them on the passenger seat of my Mustang. I said goodbye and it was weird, I wanted to hug them both. I felt like I had known both of them my entire life. I decided against hugging them and waved and got into my car. I drove back to the gas station to put more gas in my car so that I could make it back to my apartment. I’d decided that I no longer wanted to go to the farmer’s markets, so I just headed back to the apartment.

As I drove home, I couldn’t quit thinking about my experience with Maya and Josiah. I had a strong desire to want to mentor Josiah and help guide him in the right direction. And with Maya, well…I had lots of desires when it came to her. She was without a doubt the most beautiful woman I had ever seen. It seemed like she liked me, but what did I know? Whenever I’m generally attracted to a girl for all the right reasons, I tend to blow it. With girls I’m not that interested in, I can be charming and sexy, but when I actually do like a girl I usually act and say all the wrong things. It’s like I try too hard.

I don’t think I ever felt as initially infatuated with a woman in my life as I did with Maya. I looked down on my passenger seat at Maya’s cell number on the white scrap of paper. I had such genuine feelings for her. I knew I needed to play this right. Once again, I looked down at the number on the seat. Dammit, Tommy! Play this right! Don’t be that guy! Don’t be the guy that calls a girl seconds after meeting her. Come on, Tommy! Get it together! Do not call her the second you get back home! Don’t do it!

I got home and apparently both Patrick and Sasha were still sleeping. I had left my phone on the floor near the couch. I walked over to it and picked it up.

Don’t do it! It’s too soon!

I sat there with the cell phone in one hand and her number on a piece of paper in the other. I weighed the pros and cons but in the end, I knew what I was going to do, regardless.

I began dialing her number. I paused before I pressed the last number.

Who called a girl minutes after meeting her?

I walked over to the kitchen table and sat down.

I did.

I pressed the last number it rang once.

“Hello,” a woman’s voice said.

I coughed, and then I said, “Hey, it’s Tommy.”

“Five minutes ago, Tommy?” Maya said, as adorable as I had ever heard a woman speak.

“It’s been more like twenty-five if anyone is counting, but that would be me. I just wanted to call back and say...thank you again for taking me to get gas.”

“It wasn’t a problem; I was going to pick up my brother anyway. He likes to run far from home and then have me pick him up.”

“Josiah’s a good kid.”

“Yeah, he is,” she said. “He’s the best little brother a girl could ask for.”

I smiled. I liked the fact they had family. That’s something I had never had. I heard Josiah yelling in the background. “Tell him how hot you think he is!”

What? Did he say what I thought he said?

I could hear panic in Maya’s voice, “Hold on, Tommy.” I could hear her hand over the phone. “Josiah, shut up!” And then I heard a smacking sound.

“Ouch! That hurt!” Josiah laughed.

“Then shut your mouth,” Maya whispered, but I could hear every word. “Hey, I’m back,” she said. “Did you hear that?”

“Hear what?” I asked, acting like I hadn’t just heard the greatest thing in my life.

“Oh good,” she said. “My brother was just being a pain in the butt. Do you have any brothers or sisters?”

“No, I’m an only child. I was raised by my grandparents.”

“Really?”

“Well, mainly my grandmother.”

“Oh, okay,” Maya hesitated.

“It’s okay. My grandmother is an amazing woman.”

“She must be.”

“Why is that?”

“Cause you seem like a really great person. She raised you well.”

I had the biggest, goofiest grin on my face. “Maya, I was thinking…would you like to go to the movies tonight?”

“Tonight?” she seemed confused.

“Or we can go tomorrow night?”

“No, tonight is good.”

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