Resisting the Wolf
I felt hot breath on the back of my neck.
“Look at me,” he growled, he was behind me, only a few inches away I could feel his body heat radiating against my bare back.
“Looking into a werewolves eyes is disrespectful,” I said quoting directly out of the book of obedience. His hands slid slowly around my bare waist, resting just above the blue lace of my underwear his skin left a trail of fire as he slowly skimmed my flesh with his rough hands. His hands were big and I felt even more exposed as he pressed my back into his suit-clad body. He spun me around quickly, holding me tightly in place.
“Look at me now,” he said, allowing power to seep into his voice. I shook my head, my usual confidence draining my body leaving me weak.
“That was not a question, mate,”
“I am not you’re mate,” I spluttered, no, no, no this was not supposed to happen. I felt my breathing quicken and told myself to calm down. I would find a way out of this. There was always a way out.
“Look at me mate,” I can’t look at him, what if it’s true? What if I am his mate? It can’t be true. Clare was supposed to be his mate, not me, and if I look into his eyes it could confirm the impossible.
Alpha Rhett Kay was single-handedly the most intimidating werewolf to have ever graced the earth, few had actually met him but those who had quaked in fear. Only one thing can bring down such power and that was a mate. Alexis Hanson was sent by the resistance to find out as much as possible about Alpha Kay's potential mate. She never for a moment believed that she would be the one Resisting the Wolf