My father and my brother quickly moved from the porch as they saw me. My hands shook nervously as I held on to Christian's furry large beast. Soon, he stopped at the front of my father's large home. I remained seated on the back of his dark, hairy beast, holding on to a large patch of his dark fur, watching nervously as my father and my brother approached me. Gently, Christian lowered his back. My legs shook, as I carefully removed myself from his dark beast and froze beside him on seeing my father and my brother.
Ares gently pulled me into his arms the moment he got close to me. I cried. I'd missed him so much, especially since I'd found out that he was my twin, and not my mate. He gently removed me from his hard, warm body and cupped my face, and stared sadly into my eyes.
"I'm sorry for ever thinking we were mates," he apologized, while tears filled his eyes.
"It's not your fault. I too felt the same way," I told him and touched his warm hands resting agai
Everyone left the room, except my dad, Alpha Logan. Alpha Christian stood in front of the door waiting on me to say my goodbyes to my family. Sadness crept over me as I approached him, preparing to tell him I would not be returning with him to his land. As I walked toward him he smiled, which caused my heart to hurt. I hated what I was about to do. I stood silently in front of him, gazing on his beautiful features, not knowing how I was going to break the news to him. Alpha Christian was dressed in a dark blue shirt, black pants, and a pair of beautiful black shoes. His clothing accentuated his hard, well-built body. His long, dark hair was loose. He looked extremely attractive at that moment. "Are you alright?" Alpha Christian asked me, worry in his voice. "I'm fine," I answered nervously. "Are you ready?" he asked. I felt my heart start to race. I was afraid of disappointing him. "Thank you for taking care of her, but she belongs her
"What!" Ares exclaimed. He couldn't hide the shock in his voice. He left the table and started to pace. "Cindy is my mate?" he asked, his tone one of disbelief. "Yes," I said, looking him in the eye. "She sold me to get rid of me, because she was jealous of the strange connection we both shared." "How do you know she is my mate?" Ares asked. "Because she told me," I said. "Also, Francine had to give her a weird green liquid to calm her down when you were passing by the secret cottage." Ares ran from the dining room. I tried to chase after him, but my father stopped me. "It's good you told us about this before he marked her. The pack doesn't want a Luna like that," my father said. "I'm sorry this had to happen to him. If only we didn't share such a strange feeling when we met, his mate wouldn't have done what she did," I cried, and went to hug my father. "None of this is your fault; the great connection that you and your