Summary: A set of Romanian twins, have been called. To help discover some truth, to what has happening in Wolf Lake. Putting everyone on edge.
Warning: The authors minor spelling mistakes and language.
Rating: T- for violence and language.
Prologue: The Morning After
It was the morning after, Sophia's change had started to begin. Matt Donner had no idea what he was going to do, about his baby. He feared that, his daughter wouldn't make it through the change. Or if she did what would happen to her later, in the hands of the pack. He had called Sherman, as soon has he had calmed Sophia down, and put her to bed.
Being the packs protector, Matt could only hope that Sherman knew what to do. Matt paced, his living rooms length, as he waited for Sherman to show up. Thinking of all the worst possibility, preparing himself for the worst. Just then, the door bell range. Matt sprang towards the door.
"Thank you Sherman, I'm so glad you could come," Matt said in a rush. Sherman just shrugged his shoulders, "uh, your my friend. And I'm always happy to help a friend," Sherman finished with a smile.
"Now tell me, whats got you all stirred up." "Sophia. She's started to change," Matt said, running a hand through his hair, "I'm not only worried that she might....m-m-might not make it, but also for her safety in the hands of the pack. If she does make it."
Sherman sat down, "I know, Matt, I know. Just sit down, and I'll tell you something." Begrudgingly Matt, sat down. "Ok, as you well know, William Cate's murder is still on the lose. I'm worried Matt, somethings wrong," Sherman sighed, "Thats why I took the measures that I had to. To insure the packs safety, even if it may be from its self. I have alerted the Elders."
"What? Why?" Matt asked, "Do you really think its that bad?"
"Yes, I'm afraid it is," Sherman said, with a nod.
Drawing his eyebrows together in concern, Matt asked, "What are they going to do?"
"They are sending two of their best investigator's. All that I know about the investigator's, is that their set to be here any day," Sherman said begrudged, "Hopefully, they'll get to the bottom of this, without any problems, or any more deaths."