Chapter 24

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"Kaden, honey," my mom coos, running her hand through my hair. It's been two days and I haven't once lifted my head up. I have no desire to. "You need to get and move around. Eat something,"

"No," I mumble. "I don't want to leave her,"

Mom sighs and sits down beside me. "You need to eat, sweetheart. She'll be fine if you leave her for a few minutes to get food,"

I groan, shifting away from her touch. "I don't want to leave her," I say again, maybe a little too forcefully.

"Kaden Taylor," my mom warns, using my full name. "You need to get up and move around. Get out of this room and get some fresh air. I'm not asking you again,"

At this, I lose my patience and throw my head up to meet her eyes. "Just leave me alone. I'm not leaving her."

Even using my Alpha tone, Mom doesn't back down. She stares back at me with a hard glare, showing how irritated she is with me.

"Kaden," she growls, leaning towards me. "If you don't get up right this second and get some fresh air, I will drag you out myself whether you like it or not. Don't think I won't do it, either."

At this, I finally stand up, realizing that I have no choice and she won't let me just stay here with my mate. Even if it's all I really want to do.

"Fine," I huff, stretching out my limbs.

Mom flashes me a bright smile, motioning for me to head out the door behind her.

So I do, following behind my mom like a lost puppy. I really don't want to leave Allie. It's the last thing I want to do, to be exact.

"Now," she says, placing her arm around my shoulders. "Lets go get something to eat, shall we?"


I eat, following my Mom's wishes, and step outside for a few minutes. Though I act like a robot the whole time, she seems to be pleased that I actually did what she wanted.

"Feel better now?" she asks.

I shake my head. "Can I go back now?" My voice sounds like a two year old babies. But I can't find the will enough to care.

Mom sighs, seeming upset. "There isn't anything else you'd like to do before you go back?"

"No," I hiss, already starting to walk away from her.

Mom doesn't follow.


Even though I rush and practically run through the hospital halls, it seems to take forever for me to get back to Allie's room. I'm glad when I finally do.

But before I can open the door, I have a sickening feeling that something is wrong. I can't put my finger on it, but I know it's bad.

Trying to ignore this, I swing Allie's door open, almost freezing in my place at what I see.

The bed is completely empty. And Allie is gone.


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