OK! I heard your reviews and...I'm putting up another chapter! So, the power of the reviewer wins again...DAMN YOU! Oh god, sorry that was uncalled for. *Ahem* Anyway, let's jump right into this, right?

Humphrey was tranquilized with fear. He looked at Kate through narrowed eyes, pure hate in them.

"Let me take you back to my pack for a feast! It's the least I can do for someone who just saved me!". Kate said, padding away from Humphrey. Humphrey realized she didn't recognize him. 'Typical of Kate! Not recognizing the wolf you ditched all those months ago' Humphrey thought angrily to himself.

"Thanks but no thanks. I don't want you or your pack's honorary feast.", Humphrey replied coldly and turning away to a different direction and walking slowly from her. Kate stopped dead in her tracks and looked at the dark gray wolf with pleading eyes.

"Come on, I know lone wolves would never turn down a free meal", she teased walking towards Humphrey.

"Yeah and what would you know about lone-wolf life, huh?" Humphrey replied cooly, not facing her.

Kate stopped and studied the wolf, "To tell you the truth, you remind me of a once good friend of mine. It would really ease my conscience if you came back with me." That caught Humphrey off guard. Humphrey knew exactly who the wolf Kate was thinking about. Little did she know, the wolf she was reminded of, was standing right in front of her. 'So, she thinks feeding some wolf that looks like me would ease her guilt? Oh, I'll show her how wrong she is' Humphrey thought deviously to himself.

"What happened to your "good friend"?", Humphrey questioned, still not facing her. Kate suddenly started to feel anxious. Her mind was reeling of the last memory she had with that wolf...

Flashback...

Kate looked over at Humphrey with a bear inching him closer and closer to the edge of a cliff. She saw a log hollowed out and shaped like a sled.

"Great!", she whispered excitedly to herself. In closer inspection, though, she realized it wasn't big enough for the two of them. Kate then began to panic. She knew she could easily get out of there, but with Humphrey, they'd both be killed going down the mountain. As she panicked, she thought about her duty as a Alpha.

"If you want to be a great Alpha, you have to remember, pack comes first! No ifs ands or buts!", she clearly remembered Winston, her father, told everyone. As an Alpha, it was her duty to go back and unite the packs. Humphrey, on the other hand, didn't have any duties. As an Omega, he was easily replaceable. It wasn't like that many people would miss him, either. Kate, though, had lives depending on her. Kate made her mind up and she had to leave him.

"I'm so sorry Humphrey...", Kate muttered, letting a tear escape from her eye and whizzing down the mountain.

"Kate, what?! Kate! No! Don't leave me!", Humphrey yelped in pain from the mountain peak. That was the last thing she heard him say.

Back to Modern Day...

As soon as Kate came back from spacing out, the wolf in front of her pinned her hard on the ground.

"Tell me what happened to him, now!", Humphrey growled, letting his hot breath hit her face.

"W-what?!" She screamed in pain he forced her foreleg backwards.

"Tell. me. now!", Humphrey spoked slowly, over prouncaiating every word. Kate gave up and told him what happened. Humphrey, satisfied, leapt off her calmly. Kate, though, was a sobbing mess.

"I didn't thing anyone would care!", Kate sobbed loudly. Humphrey, furious, growled, "That is not for you to decide!"

"I know and realize that! I'm so sorry! Please spare my life!", Kate sobbed, falling to the ground.

"I'm not the one who you should be apologizing to! And about sparing your life...", Humphrey said coldly. Kate, looked up, with fear in her eyes.

"It's not worth taking"