She was lied to. Her whole life had been a lie. Words twisted by those who "loved" her. If it were love and they cared like they stated they did, then why cover the past. Why not reveal the truth? Their lies and deceit betrayed her trust, forcing her to leave them. Delilah, most beautiful of the pack, was forced to leave and find the truth for herself. She had decided to search from pack to pack until she found the wolves tied to her by blood. As she set on her journey, she crossed many obstacles. Some were fairly easy while others proved to be a real challenge. She would not give up however. The first pack she came across seemed down right evil. She was greeted by a twisted Alphess and her Beta male. Both seemed to enjoy her suffering, giving her no aid in her quest. The second pack was almost completely opposite of the first. A lone Beta male met her at the border. His words were kind and endearing. His blue eyes almost seemed to stick to hers, not losing sight of her golden hues. The pair hit it off well and the rest of the pack loved her. She ended up staying in the pack for months, but her drive to find her family never ended. It was for that reason she decided to leave. The Beta male with clear blue eyes, devoted himself to her, wishing to accompany her, but she rejected his offer, breaking both of their hearts. She loved him, but the need to find the truth was rich within her spirit.
Much time had passed and the fae grew weary of her search. She could not go back to her ex mate, nor could she search much longer. Her nose led her to the border of yet another pack. Hesitant at first, she tried do discover their numbers. The pack had many different scents to it. Two very dominate males stood out among the rest. She was curious of their relation to one another, but decided an introduction would be proper at this moment. Delilah lifted her chin, exposing her chest to the wind, and howled loudly for all to hear. As she finished her call, she lowered her head, laid down and waited for a pack member to approach her.