Intertwined: Chapter 9
Aden’s curfew prevented Mary Ann talking to him after school. And every other moment was interrupted by Tucker, teachers or his absence at lunch time. The week went by like that. Her wolf walked her to and from school every day and for the good of everyone she kept him away from Aden.
Mary Ann was curious about what other abilities did Aden have and whether the wolf would show her his human form. On her way home the wolf jumped in front of her and then walked beside her. Mary Ann now felt safe with him unlike the first time they had met. Mary Ann didn’t know what to do with Tucker, but at least she had the ‘the wolf’ to talk about. Mary Ann asked him that why wouldn’t he show her his human form. If he was someone she already knew. She finally tricked him to give her some answers and talk in her head. But then she got the confirmation the wolf really wanted to hurt Aden.
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Mary Ann Gray
Mary Ann: “I wish I knew your name. I hate thinking of you as ‘the wolf’.”
Mary Ann: “Miracles of miracles, we’re communicating! Do you see how easy it is? I ask a question and you answer it.”
Mary Ann: “Mangy mutt.”
Mary Ann: “We keep this up, and I’m going to develop ginormous biceps. That’s not very flattering for a girl, so don’t think I’m going to thank you.”
Mary Ann: “Why? What can you possibly see in me? I’m not as pretty or popular as Christy Hayes, who would cut off a leg to date you. I hate football and know nothing about it. I choose to read textbooks over time with you.”
Who do you think the wolf is?
What do you think Mary Ann should do about Tucker?
What would you do if it were you?
What do you think of this entire situation surrounding the ‘baby’?
Do you think Mary Ann and Penny could still be friends?
Anything curious about this chapter that you would like to discuss?
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