I headed out through one of the clubs side doors. These doors were closely monitored for anyone attempting to sneak into the club.
I leaned against the brick wall of the club, taking deep gulps of the crisp air. This particular side door was situated in the middle of an alley.
I left Alpha Asher in the dust, making my way back to the bar. I added a little extra sway to my hips as I walked away, secretly hoping he would follow.I allowed myself a glance back to where Alpha Asher stood once I reache
I leaned against the brick wall and tried to calm my erratic heart. I had once shivered under the cool nighttime breeze, but now it lapped soothingly over my heated skin.Something had clearly changed with Alpha Asher. His possessiveness had reared it's head. Clearly Alpha Ash
Brittany was gone before I could even spin around. My eyes scanned the club frantically, but her friend had vanished. Her hushed voice lingered in my ear., the implications swirling in my head.She had seen Alpha Asher and I, While she made it sound as though she had caught us
Little did I know, no one in the pack would be getting restful sleep tonight.Another one of our own was dead. Murdered in the same exact fashion as Katie.
Alpha Asher was quick to leave that night, not another word was spoken between the two of us.Sean didn't return until the early hours of the morning. Breyona had arrived shortly after Alpha Asher left. The three of us went into my bedroom and closed the door behind us. Denial
It felt like the entire pack was holding it's breath.No one but I and Beta Devin knew of Alpha Asher's travels, but the news of the two deaths spread like wildfire. Everyone in town was on edge, wondering who was next or if it would even happen again. Not a single person could come up with any useful information. There were no witnesses the night of Kanyon's death. No one sa
I went to bed that night, a detailed dream of Sean filling my head.He was thundering through the woods, his four paws raking up dirt as he barreled forward. Clumps of grass and earth sprayed out from behind him, tree's and branches blurred as he ran past. The forest around him was slowing, his senses heightened in his wolf form.
I debated telling Alpha Asher about my most recent note.He would insist I didn't go, or insist I brought his men as back-up. I on the other hand fully planned ongoing. If it was Tyler, I could easily deal with him. If it wasn't Tyler, I only hoped I lived long enough to get the inform