What Belongs To The Alpha
"Do you know what you are asking for" it wasn't a question it was a statement, it's no longer a modern thing for mates to mark each other. Let alone the female to mark first.
"I wouldn't have said anything if I didn't" he was calm as I paced back and forth on the old, dusty, deserted road.
"Why?" I was confused, he clear doesn't understand the commitment this will be.
"Because, believe it or not Saydi Walker, I have fallen head over hills and I never thought I'd say that" he breathed in deeply "the day I god damn met you I wanted you, not because you're my mate but because of the way you spoke to me, you held no fear, you called my bluffs and my bullshit" his eyes held so much emotion they practically glowed.
"I." He cut me off.
"I haven't finished, the way you protected your dad, I knew right then right there you where the only woman I could tie myself to, body and soul, you where they only woman I wanted to carry my children, to hold my heart" he paused and I could hear his heart beating.
"You continue to tie me in circles and you mess with my head and my heart to the point I want to tear my hair out and I wouldn't have it any other way my love" he walked closer and stoped not five paces in front of me.
"I would follow you any where, I would lay down my life if it meant I could see you, be with you, only you" I felt confused.
"My heart could never belong to anyone but you, I have never felt this way" he finished.
"Cute speech, I just don't think you realise how..." he cut me off a second time.
"You're afraid of commitment" he laughed sounding pissed.
"The f*ck did you say?" I turned from confused to angry in a snap and it was all his fault.
"You are afraid of commitment, what? What will it take to get you to commitment and realise how stable your life is going to be with me" he growled his animalistic side peeking through the barrier.
"I am not afraid of much and commitment is definitely not on the list" I was growling now too.