Bred by the Alpha(6)

By: Sam Crescent & Stacey Espino


“You ready to go and meet our girl?” he asked.

Alphie cocked his head to the side.

“Yeah, you understand me, don’t you? Always could.” He kissed the top of his dog’s head. “I could really use the walk, but I know that’s going to look weird. Especially when I bring her back here one day. Don’t want to freak her out too much just yet. We’re taking the jeep.” Alphie whined. “I know, boy. I know. I want to walk, too. We’ve got to look a little normal to my female. Don’t want her thinking I’m a bit weird before we’ve even got there. Now, remember, if it looks like I’m screwing up, you’ve got to do that adorable thing. Remember, roll over, show your belly.”

He laughed as Alphie did just that. “Good boy. Come on then, let’s go.”

Whistling to himself, he made his way over to his jeep, opened the door, and waited for Alphie to climb up before jumping in himself. He rarely used the jeep as he preferred to walk in the open forest, to enjoy the nature surrounding him.

Being in a metal can didn’t exactly help ease any of his anxiety. Starting up his jeep, he put it in reverse, and followed the main path away from the house, moving toward the dirt path that would lead him to the main road.

Once on the road, he lowered the window down, and inhaled the fresh air that was invaded by the fumes of the car. This was another reason he hated the damn car.

“Enough with the miserable talk. Get over your shit. Come on, she doesn’t want to meet brooding Liam.”

Before they had parted the other night, Rebecca had given him her phone number, and he’d done the same. He’d been staring at his phone all day, wanting to make a date with her but worried that he’d be screwing it up, or doing something that wasn’t conventional. In his world, the men chased after the women, but after seeing a few modern-day movies, he’d discovered that the women of the world liked to chase after men.

He didn’t like it, not one bit, but he was willing to try it.

So, when Rebecca had called, he’d been fucking ecstatic.

Pushing his foot on the gas, he checked the time and saw that he was going to be twenty minutes early. He didn’t mind being early. It would give him time to think, to get accustomed to his surroundings. As he pulled into the small town, he saw the sign for the coffee shop where she wanted to meet. There was a parking bay across from the shop, and he stopped the jeep in one of the spots. Alphie jumped out, and together they crossed the empty road. The scent of vanilla filled his senses, and there she sat, her cell phone between her fingers.

She hadn’t spotted him yet, and he got the chance to simply take her all in. Her beauty, her everything. The other night hadn’t been long enough.

Alphie chose that moment to bark, drawing her attention. The moment she saw Liam, her smile did something to him. His wolf pounced against the tight cage he kept him in.

Ours!

Take her!

Breed her!

She’s ready!

The scent of her fertility was heavy in the air, and his cock hardened at the smell. She truly was an intoxicating female.

“You came,” she said.

He heard the edge to her voice, and he didn’t like it.

“You didn’t think I would?”

“I don’t know. I … I stared at my cell for, like, two days wanting to call you. I’m not this kind of woman. I mean, I’m not forward. I know we’ve only just met and you’re probably already married or have a ton of girlfriends or whatever, and I really wanted to get coffee with you. Not that I think I’m good girlfriend material, and could you please stop me now while I’m babbling?”

“I kind of like you babbling.”

“I don’t. I’m sorry. I’m so nervous.”

“How about we sit?” He nodded toward the chairs, and she smiled.

“Thank you. I was worried that I’d frightened you away.”

“I was going to call you for coffee,” he said.

“You were?”

“Yes. I didn’t want to seem too … desperate.”

She winced. “Did I sound desperate?”

“No, no, not at all. It’s just when we want a female, I mean woman, erm, I come from a pack, a family, I mean, that er, we’re the ones that chase the women.”

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