The Son of Red Fang

The Son of Red Fang

Diana Sockriter

386.8k Words / Completed


Alpha werewolves should be cruel and merciless with unquestionable strength and authority, at least that’s what Alpha Charles Redmen believes and he doesn’t hesitate to raise his kids to be the same way.
Alpha Cole Redmen is the youngest of six born to Alpha Charles and Luna Sara Mae, leaders of the Red Fang pack. Born prematurely, Alpha Charles rejected him without hesitation as weak and undeserving of his very life. He is reminded daily of his father’s hatred for him paving the way for the rest of his family to become the same.
By adulthood, his father’s hatred and abuse towards him has spilled over into the rest of the pack making him the scapegoat for those with the sadistic need to see him suffer. The rest are simply too afraid to even look his way leaving him little in the way of friends or family to turn to.
Alpha Demetri Black is the leader of a sanctuary pack known as Crimson Dawn. It’s been years since a wolf has made their way to his pack via the warrior’s prospect program but that doesn’t mean he’s not looking for the tell tale signs of a wolf in need of help.
Malnourished and injured upon his arrival, Cole’s anxious and overly submissive demeanor lands him in the very situation he’s desperate to avoid, in the attention of an unknown alpha.
Yet somehow through the darkness of severe illness and injury he runs into the very person he’s been desperate to find since he turned eighteen, his Luna. His one way ticket out of the hell he’s been born into.
Will Cole find the courage needed to leave his pack once and for all, to seek the love and acceptance he’s never had?
Content Warning: This story contains descriptions of mental, physical and sexual abuse that may trigger sensitive readers. This book is intended for adult readers only.

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  • Reader-762333

    how long will you need to reach the 30k?

    07/19/2023 21:54
  • Libby Greenham

    I have discovered that your writing style of multiple POV is the best way for me to remember a story.

    07/18/2023 14:33
  • Diana Sockriter

    For reasons I don’t know, Return to Crimson Dawn has been taken down. I have contacted my editor but she has yet to respond. I will update on here when I have answers.

    07/15/2023 00:32
  • Reader-762333

    Same trouble here. searched the second part by your name/ the name of return to crimson Downe and so on. but never found it. what’s wrong? I would really appreciate to read on and hopefully calm my nerves about what will happen.

    07/14/2023 20:52
  • Rita Ball

    I've taken screenshots of where it shows you have only 1book and I can't find the other book. I've also have a screenshot of it basically saying book not found. The Return To Crimson Dawn. It's not letting me share/post them.

    07/13/2023 21:21
  • Diana Sockriter

    I will start posting The Return to Crimson Dawn July 1st.

    06/05/2023 23:16
  • Shelly Suttles

    I cried a lot reading this book, it's wonderfully well written. Despite how heartbreaking it is I kept reading for the hopes they would be happy. Alas, closure in book 2 maybe?

    06/03/2023 13:52
  • Casey Stewart

    oh my goodness!! you have me on an imotional rollercoster!! I'm crying my eyes out!!

    04/23/2023 04:35
  • Jody Williams

    when will your next book be coming out , I can’t wait to read the next one

    03/04/2023 19:12
  • Sheri Bushong

    loved the brutal honesty of telling the tale of physical, mental, psychological and spiritual abuse/torture of the most vulnerable. despite the awfulness of predatory behavior there are still glimpses of hope and basic human kindness and a belief in a higher power to help. looking forward to next book!

    01/17/2023 03:38