But today, I thought it would be fun to share a few of my favorite lines from the story. Enjoy!
***We kept up the pace for a couple hours, finally stopping for a break when my stomach growled so loudly that even Erik heard it.
"Hungry?" he asked.
"No, I think I'll wait to see if my stomach can eat my spine."
Teeth the size of paring knives glinted in a vicious snarl.
"No," I said firmly, trying to imagine the wolves were just misbehaving Labradors.
I watched as the first of the haggard looking buildings passed my window. Faded and peeling red paint graced its walls, while slightly crooked steps led up to the sagging front porch. The windows were clean though, and well-dressed mannequins advertised modern clothing inside. The next building was equally dilapidated, and the sign over the door simply read Bar.
"How's the training going?" Sarah asked, as I gracelessly threw myself into a chair.
"I'm definitely going to be sore tomorrow, probably sore tonight, and maybe even sore before lunch is over," I replied.