The Alpha's Trap

The Alpha's Trap

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Panda By mizpanda Completed

Warning: Feels, Violence and sexual content
Advised Age: 15 +

Maisie Ashford is thankful that her older brother is becoming Alpha. She'd rather not have the responsibilities of having to care for her pack with all the duties of being Luna. She enjoys her life... She has a crush, a best friend, a loving family... what else do you need?

Enter Alpha Asher ... the Alpha of her rival pack, the dominant Alpha who twists her life around. Once he sets his eyes on Maisie, he knows she belongs to him.
Maisie doesn't believe in destined mates, so she wants to prove to everyone she doesn't need to be with  Asher just because their wolves says so.
When the Alpha hears this, he realizes it's time to play his little game called 'The Alpha's trap.'

  • alpha
  • bad
  • badboy
  • bdsm
  • boy
  • dominant
  • fiction
  • friends-with-benefits
  • hot
  • humour
  • love
  • luna
  • romance
  • submissive
  • teen
  • thriller
aquapen6 aquapen6 Oct 06
Is she talking about it in literal sense here or she is still talking about the innuendo? 😂
PropertyOfParkJimin PropertyOfParkJimin 17 hours ago
We'll see ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Hopefully her mate is submissive in bed tho 👌😏
Evelyn1199 Evelyn1199 Sep 29
Lol I would of put they’re too
                              I thought she was saying 
                              ‘They are our rival pack’
                              But putting they and are together
AJ1623 AJ1623 Oct 16
Exactly. Just because we're taking doesn't mean we don't see good looking ones
dramahazard22 dramahazard22 12 hours ago
Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                              
                              I've never actually read this stuff, but it looked cool, so glad I picked it up! I love it already!!!
DisneyGeeek DisneyGeeek Oct 01
Everyone here is getting triggered by it saying "they're". How do you know the author didn't mean to say it like that. It still makes sense whether it is "they're" or "their". It basically is just saying "they are our rival pack" which makes sense.