None of us realized there was one more left until Leah goes after him. She’s determined, but her pent up anger and need to prove herself make her lax. She’s losing.
I run, but I’m not fast enough to prevent Jacob from having his bones crushed.
The piercing howls and growls of anger echo in the air – the rage and need for revenge, as well as concern for their brother, seem to ripple from wolf to wolf.
Like a stone tossed in water, the effect is ongoing. Growing. Changing.
Carlisle is at Jacob’s side in an instant.