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Belonging to the Alpha
by Mel Hankins



Leah is a teenage girl who also happens to be a werewolf. Her Dad is a high-ranking Warrior in the most dominant Pack that Silvermoor City has ever seen, and she is destined to be the Luna of the Alpha there. She, however, bonds with an unworthy Omega. To complicate things, the Alpha chooses Leah. After being brutally attacked by her Omega boyfriend, Leah must decide which path to follow. Her wolf or her destiny?



Chapter 1

I sighed, rolled over, and looked at my phone that was lying on the bed beside me. 7.32 am.

Doesn’t that boy sleep?

I rolled back over and covered my eyes with my arm and groaned loudly.

Another day a lie-in is out of t...





Chapter 2

“It’s not as bad as you’re making it out to be,” Cierra protested after I explained everything that was going on and what my parents had said to me that morning.

“It’s all right for you though. You won’t be going to th...





Chapter 3

 The house had enormous marble pillars holding up a long porch roof, and perfectly shaped bay trees in large pots lined the path underneath. It looked like something you would see from a celebrity magazine.

This place is enormous!

The driveway came to a stop outside the ...





Chapter 4

I continued to watch him struggle carrying the large bin bag to the wheelie bins. With a lot of huffing and puffing, he finally managed to lift the bag into the bin.

Well, he isn’t strong at all, I thought.

He turned around, and his eyes l...





Chapter 5

I stood there, shocked, unable to say a word.

Did I just hear that right? The alpha has chosen me?

“And if you ever try to hit my Luna again, then me and you will be having major problems. Do you understand!” Xavier snapped ...





Chapter 6

As I stepped out on to the patio, the warm afternoon sun hit me in the face. I lifted my face and let the rays soak into my skin. It felt so good to be back outside and away from Xavier’s office. I frowned deeply and scanned the garden for Cierra. I spotted he...





Chapter 7

“Four years ago, we were all in the Packhouse dining room, having a large meal. We were celebrating a victory after fighting off a bunch of rival Clan’s Warriors. They came to try and take our land, our money and women and so, we destroyed every one of t...





Chapter 8

Two days is all I had left to pack my belongings. Two days and I’d be gone from this house forever.

I stared silently around my room and looked at the suitcases and backpacks that I had found and had stacked neatly on my bed. In the corner, there was a s...





Chapter 9

The sound of the car boot slamming shut echoed in the street. It was early and there was not a soul moving around apart from us. You could hear the birds cheeping, and I watched them wallowing on the lampposts in the early morning sun.

“That’s the...





Chapter 10

Oh my god.

Leaning against the door frame with his arms folded across his chest, grinning at me, was Xavier. He was wearing a black vest top which hugged his body in all the right places, his biceps were bulging, and I could see the outline of his pecs straining through the T-shir...





Chapter 11

Tom looked at me up and down and slowly made his way over to me, licking his lips and sneering gleefully. He placed his hands against the wall, on either side of my head, effectively pinning me to the wall so that I was trapped.

“You are my Mate. You wil...





Chapter 12

Xavier’s P.O.V.

“Oh!! She is bleeding heavier than we thought. Everybody move out of the way!! She needs urgent medical treatment!!” I heard the Doctor shout quickly.

I looked up to see the Doctor running towards the staircase, carrying Leah in his arms. Le...





Chapter 13

Everything was dark, and I could feel the slight pang of pain everywhere in my body.

“Is she alive?” a husky voice called out.

“Yes, for now. We have managed to bring her back. Her stats are looking good too!” another voice rang...





Chapter 14

Ricks P.O.V.

“Get up you filthy swine. Let us be having you. I haven’t got all day to be wasting time with you!” I growled menacingly.

I had been tasked with taking Tom to the valley of the Outcasts. Sooner I had got rid of him the better. I pulled Tom from ...





Chapter 15

Leah’s P.O.V

A loud beeping noise woke me up from my slumber. Groggily, I opened my eyes and leant over to switch my alarm clock off.

6.30 am. Better get up for training, I thought sleepily.

A week had passed since Tom had been kicked out of the Clan an...





Chapter 16

Chapter 16

I gulped nervously and took a step back towards the window. Tom slammed the bedroom door shut behind him and slowly shuffled towards me. He hasn’t took his eyes off me, and he is hungrily eyeing me up and down. His jet-black hair was now shoul...





Chapter 17

Xavier’s P.O.V

I glanced out of the window and saw the Packhouse looming in the distance. I closed my eyes and leant my head against the headrest behind me. I had just been away with my Beta for a whole week, sorting out business deals with the banks and the Whitemoon Clan. I...





Chapter 18

Leah’s P.O.V

My head felt heavy, and the room felt like it was spinning. Groggily I opened my eyes and looked blurrily around the room. I noticed that I was in some sort basement and the musty smell of old straw and hay that covered the floor filled my n...





Chapter 19

Xavier’s P.O.V

The car raced down the road with several other cars following behind us. The small villages and farms that sat on the edge of our territory flew past in a blur of colour. With every passing second, my heart beat faster. I needed to find my Mate. What if it was ...





Chapter 20

Leah’s P.O.V

Warm air hit my face as we ascended through the trapdoor hatch and out into the barn. Golden beams of light shone weakly through the dust that hovered in the air, illuminating the barn and the way out.

I lay limply in Xavier’s ar...





Chapter 21

Xavier swiftly carried me back towards the staircase like I was a feather in his hands. I knew I wasn’t heavy, but he carried me as if there was no weight to me at all. I glanced intriguingly at his neck tattoo, which depicted a blue moon, half-hidden behind s...





Chapter 22

The loud chirping of birds sitting outside my bedroom window finally woke me up from what felt like a great night’s sleep. I no longer felt exhausted, and my body no longer felt sore and weak. Quickly remembering where I was, I glanced around my bedroom, the f...





Chapter 23

The car gracefully snaked through the countryside and gradually the farmland and small peaceful villages soon turned into a vibrant and bustling city. Tall skyscrapers filled with offices and high-rise blocks of flats soon replaced the wide-open fields, and streets ...





Chapter 24

“Cierra, what are you doing here?” I spluttered in shock, glancing over at Xavier. He shrugged back apologetically.

“Matthew came here for an important meeting with Xavier, and I decided to tag along since I heard all about what has happened...





Chapter 25

I looked over at Xavier who was stood beside me, rubbing his wrists, deep in thought. “What was the meeting about?” I asked curiously.

He glanced over at me and shook his head. “Nothing major. We were just finalising our new agreements and si...





Chapter 26

I tiptoed down the hallway and quietly made my way down the stairs. The house was quiet except for the hum of the tv coming from the front room. Realising that it was one of the typical movie nights that the house held for its residents, I swiftly pulled up the hood...





Chapter 27

We both marched back to the house in silence, Xavier gripping my hand tightly. I glanced up at Xavier, who had a look of annoyance quite clearly splashed across his face. He didn’t even bother to look back down at me. He continued to look in front of him, glar...





Chapter 28

The week flew past in a blur of early morning training, trips out to local coffee houses with Hannah, to get our caffeine fixes, secret lunch meetings with Xavier up in his office and fun-filled evenings with the rest of the Packhouse down in the lounge.

Durin...





Chapter 29

The car soon pulled up outside a posh looking restaurant. There was a red carpet leading from the edge of the pavement, right up to the front door. Silver posts with red rope fenced off the red carpet and an outside seating area, which was covered under black canopi...





Chapter 30

“Where did you find out about the Bonding Ceremony?” stuttered Xavier, visibly shocked, gently pulling himself away from me and looking at me nervously.

The car carried on gliding through the city like a silent black bullet, colours of the outside...





Chapter 31

We slowly made our way upstairs towards my bedroom. Xavier had his forehead pressed gently against mine, and he was staring intently into my eyes while I could feel my heart beating faster and faster with every step that we took, closer to the bedroom.

Re...





Chapter 32

I opened my eyes groggily, and the bright morning sunlight almost blinded me, making my eyes water. Yawning, I sat myself up and rubbed my heavy eyes and looked down at the sleeping figure that was Xavier, who was snoring loudly.

My body felt sore and achy, bu...





Chapter 33

I threw on some old black leggings and a long white top before scrunching my feet into an old pair of trainers. Angrily, I stomped out of the bathroom, slamming the door shut behind me and nearly bumping into Hannah, who was exiting the closet, with an armful of clo...





Chapter 34

The smell of lavender filled the air, and the hot soapy water caressed my body in a warm, loving embrace. I sighed peacefully and sunk deeper into the bath, allowing the water to seep over my body. It was so lovely to be back at home, even if it was only for a few h...





Chapter 35

From somewhere above my head, loud music began to play, and I could hear the distant hum of hundreds of voices chatting excitedly. Suddenly the music stopped, and the murmur of voices slowly faded into silence.

A woman’s voice loudly boomed out, which I ...





Chapter 36

The next nine months had whizzed past in a blur of wedding dresses, flowers, cake tasting and other preparations. Finally, the day was upon us, and the Packhouse buzzed with activity.

I thought back to the day when Xavier had proposed. The whole pack had gasp...





Epilogue

The long grass was soaked with the mist that drizzled miserably from the dark grey clouds that loomed overhead. I pulled up the collar of my coat to keep in the warmth and tightened my grip around a little hand, nestled safely in mine. Thoughtfully, I looked down at...






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