The snow lay all around her and it was eerily silent. Then, she stopped and swung her head to look over her shoulder. Silence. She swore she heard a muted crunch of stealthy footsteps
coming from the wood. Then, a large shape loomed, and then another, as they came over the rise. Her heart thudded as the wolves loped towards her, their hot breath steaming in the wind.
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