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His property.

His property.

196K Reads 5.9K Votes 24 Part Story
Miranda Katelyn Cox By yanglovesyin Completed

" Sometimes we need to forget the people in our past, because they don't belong in our future."
At least that is what Fay told herself. Fay is an omega in her pack. Her mate is called "the alpha of alphas". After taking Fay away from her brutal pack, Sebastian, Fays mate, kissed another woman right in front of her eyes.
So she did what anyone would do.
In her new unfamiliar home, she ends up in the basement. There she finds maids, getting dressed, for what she guessed, work.
Quickly she decides that this was a safe option.
Three months later, her name has changed to Ferry. She also has two new best friends, Chelsea, a cocky but loving girl, and Connor, a new and very openly gay chef.  After revealing her secret ( or Chelsea figuring it out and later telling Connor) the two help to keep Sebastian from finding his mate, who has been looking for her every moment. He has went so far as to put more than half his pack into finding her. Sex rules his life now. To keep his wolf calm and himself busy.
But although Fay can fell the pain of him giving love to another she can't hide in his own house forever, especially since she is the new maid for cleaning his study and serving in the dining room.
She's always around Sebastian, who is slowly getting curious about her.
Why can't he smell her?
Why won't she talk?
Why did she refused to meet his gaze?
The puzzle starts to fit together. Can Fay stay hidden or will her mate find her?
Read "His Property" to find out!

-UnknownWriter- -UnknownWriter- Sep 21, 2014
I think this is a good story and it has extreme potential. Your a very good writer and I do have to say the only bad part is the fact you don't have amazin grammar but listen neither do I. Other than that great job
kirsten1814 kirsten1814 Jun 18, 2014
I liked it!
                              *Criticism* You had a few errors, but on a good note it was easy to ready and wasn't choppy. It has a good beginning.