Alpha Mine

50 Part Story 17.8M Reads 215K Votes
Tara By MercyRose Updated 4 months ago
For the most part Dava's led a happy life.  She had everything that she needed; a loving family, a good home and her romance books. 
    She was saved by the man that she now calls father at the age of five and grew up lacking for nothing.  She was the quiet, shy type in school and stayed in the background for the most part and her simple life should have been enough.  
    For the most part, it was.
    She was even satisfied with the way her life was heading until over night, her happy and simple life gets turned upside down.  She walks into school and suddenly his intense gaze is focused solely on her.  
    Adam, the Alpha's son, scented her the moment that she walked in the door.  When Dava walked by him, she smelt so sweet that she was all he could think about for the rest of the day.  It was then that he knew he had to have her. One way or the other, he would find a way to make her his mate.
    There was one small problem, Adam's father, the reigning Alpha is Dava's true sacred mate.  
    He was already mated to Adam's mother when she came into the picture at only five years of age.  Rafe decided then and there that he would keep his distance and watch her from afar.  
    But now that his own son has stated his claim, can he sit idly by and watch him bond with the one person in this life that was meant for only him?
Wait so if they're brothers then Jared's parent was the one to attack Aiden (or something) right?
I just think this is interesting. I don't normally read stuff like this and I'm intrigued to read more.
Am I the only one who is confused af right now? I only know that there's a little girl who was attacked and bit by a rogue.
Lol I was 20 degrees is hot! But then I realized that I go by Celsius... And this book is obviously Fahrenheit.....
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omg it's a story people and so far it's going well...get over it!
thank you for the clarification.  I know its fiction, but I still couldn't help but feel awkward reading. not anymore though.