After school, the triplets and Thea went out to the field to lead pack training. They split into four different groups and ran drills. When they came back together for conditioning, the triplets hugged and kissed Thea, ignoring everyone else on the field.
“Woah,” one of the junior boys said. “Is this a new part of training?” He pulled his girlfriend to him and kissed her. Other people started making comments and asking questions. “Are they finally together?” “What does this mean?”
Kai reluctantly let her go but grabbed her hand. Conri had his hand around her waist, and Alaric held her other hand.
“Thea’s ours,” the triplets said in unison. She blushed. “And we’re hers. Anything you want to add?” They looked at her. She shook her head. The triplets took a moment, and each looked every person in the eye, seeing if there were any challenges to what they just announced. No challenges. Everyone was happy for them. They expected this. They wanted it for the pack. They wanted Thea as their Luna.
“Finally!” Lizzy said with her hand on her hip. “Can’t believe it took you this long.”
“Okay, okay,” Thea said. “Conditioning time.” She led the group until everyone was lying on the grass, spent. “Great job today. Let’s go chill in the common room!”
Everyone went back to the pack house. It was a giant building, like a sprawling hotel. It had six floors above ground with event rooms, guest rooms, pool, gym, balconies, dining hall, and living quarters for most of the pack. Some pack members lived further into the pack lands in private dwellings. Below ground were the dungeons. The top floor was only for the Alpha, Beta, and their families.
The Alpha owned hotels. It's how his family made their money a few generations back. Then they invested in the stock market, and the pack hasn’t worried about money since. They had pack members go to school for financial planning to manage the pack finances and investments, and others went to business school to maintain the hotels.
While Thea and the triplets went up to the top floor where their rooms were, the rest used the communal showers on the second floor. Then they all met in one of the common rooms to hang out. There were giant TVs, couches, bean bags, pool table, ping pong table, all sorts of board games, and entertainment.
“It’s so good to see you together with the future Alphas finally,” Lizzy said.
“Are you dating all three of them?” a sophomore girl said.
“I don’t know if you can call it dating if you haven’t been on a date yet,” Thea said. “I mean, it only started this morning.”
“But all three?”
“Yes,” Thea said.
“How does that work?”
“I don’t know,” Thea said. “The four of us have always been together. I can’t explain it. It feels right. I can’t imagine not having one of them.”
“Probably because you’re mates,” a freshman girl said dreamily.
“You’ll make the best Luna,” another freshman girl said.
Everyone nodded and voiced their agreement.
Thea shook her head. “That’s, no. I’m a fighter.” She hadn’t considered that. She was going to be Beta, not Luna.
The triplets came over, peaches in their hands. They started to pull Thea over to a couch, but she insisted they mingle with everyone instead of monopolizing her. The group played games until pack dinner.
The triplets tried to get Thea to sit on one of their laps at dinner, but Thea insisted it was inappropriate with all the adults.
After dinner, they each went to their rooms. The triplets stopped at their doors and looked at each other. They went in, changed into pajamas, then went to Thea’s room. She walked out of her bathroom in a towel, and all three were lying on her bed.
“Like old times, huh?” Thea said.
“Hopefully not exactly like old times,” Conri said.
She went to her dresser, pulled out underwear and pajamas, went back to her bathroom. She put on her clothes, then came out and jumped into the pile of triplets.
Hands roamed and pulled at her, but Conri managed to get her on top of him in a liplock. He squeezed her ass and pushed his erection against her. Then he flipped her over so he was on top between her legs. He aligned his hard length with her core, and she moaned when he pushed against her.
“Wait,” she said.
What the girls said to her was weighing on her. What did it mean that they were together? They were all going to shift in two months—they shared the same birthday—and then they would all be able to find their mates. More importantly, they would find out they weren’t mates as soon as they shifted. She couldn’t be with them if they weren’t mates. When they each found their mates, she would be devastated. She didn’t want anyone else to have them. She couldn’t imagine caring about and wanting anyone else. The thought of having them and losing them was too much.
“What is it?” Conri said.
“I,” she said. “I want to go slow.”
“I can take it slow, babe,” Conri said. He started kissing her neck and rubbing against her core, painfully slowly. Alaric and Kai caressed her, sending tingles and heat throughout her body. She melted into the feelings they generated and reached for them. Her legs slid up Conri’s sides and wrapped around his hips. She never wanted this to end.
She shook her head, remembering it could and probably would end in two months.
“No. I mean, this is all happening too fast. I need to slow it down.”
“Are you okay?” Alaric said. He tucked her hair behind her ear.
“What’s going on, darling?” Kai said. He rubbed her arm.
Conri scooted down and propped himself up on his elbows. “What are you thinking?”
She chewed her lip. “Are you all okay with me being with all of you?”
“We’ve always shared you. You’re ours,” Conri said.
“You don’t want to be with anyone else?” Thea said.
“We told you this morning. Always you. Only you,” Kai said.
“What about—” she couldn’t finish.
“What?” Alaric said.
“Let’s make it like old times tonight. Just sleep.”
Morning training turned into a makeout session. They made it out to the field, but Kai took her to the ground, and they didn’t do any training after that. “We may as well have just stayed in bed,” Thea said. Another day at school, people still whispered. Thea loved the feeling of the triplets holding and kissing her, but she was terrified it wouldn’t last. She didn’t want to let herself fall in love with them just to have them ripped away. After the final bell, the triplets surrounded her at her locker and tried to make out with her. “I have to go to dress rehearsal for the Talent Show,” she said, pushing them away. They pouted. “I’ll see you later.” She ran off before they could stop her. Thea met up with all the senior girls from her pack. They were doing a number together. Thea always went out of her way to befriend and include everyone in her pack. She made sure no one felt left out. She always said, “these are the people who will stand next to you in war. Make sure you tr
Kai slid Thea off his shoulder, caught her legs, and wrapped them around his waist. Conri tossed the red jumpsuit into Thea’s closet, then lifted her T-shirt off her. The triplets breathed in her growing arousal. Kai’s hands dug into her waist. Her fingers slid into his hair and pulled him closer. She pressed her lips against his, directing his movements with her hands in his hair, tongues battling for dominance. Impatient, Alaric wrapped his hands around Thea’s waist and pulled her off Kai. He gently tossed her on her bed, climbed over her, kissed her, then hooked his fingers inside the top of her track pants. He pulled them off, along with her shoes, leaving her in her nude-colored rhinestone-covered pants. “Let us look at you without other prying eyes,” he said. She leaned up on her elbows and crossed her legs at her ankles. That earned three growls. She smiled. “What?” “Uncross,” Kai said. His usual messy pompadour was extra messy. Thea bit her lip, knowing she had made it l
The following day, the triplets tried to respect Thea’s boundaries, so they trained in the morning without trying to kiss her.Once they were at school, they couldn’t keep their hands off her. Before first period they were making out—two on her neck, one on her mouth. Six hands on her body, rubbing their scents on her. Their Alpha blood made them need to show everyone she belonged to them, especially after last night’s Talent Show.“We’re going to be late,” she said, pushing them away.She retrieved the books she needed from her locker, then let them each take a hand, Conri with his hand on her hip. They heard snippets of conversations throughout the day coming in and out of classes. Everyone was talking about the Talent Show. Specifically about Thea and he
The triplets took Thea to Dr. Boman, the pack doctor, in the west wing of the pack house. He was a kind but serious middle-aged wolf with short brown hair and brown eyes. He relocated her shoulder and put her arm in a sling.“You’ll need to wear this for a few days to immobilize the area so it can heal,” Dr. Boman said. “Stay close to them. You’ll heal faster.”Being close to your mate helped you heal faster. Did everyone think they were mates?“You’ll heal faster once you shift, but since that’s still a few months away, you have to take it easy. You have a concussion. Head injuries are serious. No training until I say so. No strenuous activity.” He looked at the triplets. “Future Alphas, did you hear that? No strenuous activity. That mean
Thea and the triplets didn’t do early morning training the next day. That gave her time to prepare a tea from the herbs to mask her scent.“What are you doing?” Conri said.“Making a tea.”“For what?”“To mask my scent.”“Why?”“Because you all are going to be turning me on all day. I don't want everyone smelling me.”“But we want to smell you,” Kai said.“Xavier said he smelled me.”The triplets all looked at her. Alaric came over and gently hu
Dr. Boman gave Thea the all-clear six days after the attack. She could restart their early morning training the next day.Xavier hadn’t been at school since the day he assaulted Thea. No one knew where he was. Not even his pack members.Thea was on her way to lunch with Lizzy when a group of junior boys blocked them in the hallway.“Excuse me,” Thea said. She tried to push through them.Two boys grabbed her arms to hold her, and another grabbed her boobs. Lizzy backed up to let Thea do her thing. Thea didn’t hesitate to put all three of them on their backs. These weren’t shifted wolves. They were just boys. Her shoulder was healed. It wasn’t even a challenge. A crowd gathered to see what was going on. Half an hour later, Misty pulled off to the shoulder of the road.“So?” Thea said.“I’m not sure how to explain this. You’re so perfect. You’re kind, strong, and beautiful. I’ve always thought so. Everyone likes you. At the Talent Show, I couldn’t keep my eyes off you. My heart was racing. I’m sure everyone could smell me. I hoped that maybe you were like me, and that’s why the triplets were your best friends, and you never dated anyone, but now you’re with the triplets. Xavier said what he said, and I jumped on the bandwagon. I think it was instinct to try to hide my feelings.”“What do you mean?” Thea said.“I’m in love with you.” Misty wrung her hands in her lap
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Half an hour later, Misty pulled off to the shoulder of the road.“So?” Thea said.“I’m not sure how to explain this. You’re so perfect. You’re kind, strong, and beautiful. I’ve always thought so. Everyone likes you. At the Talent Show, I couldn’t keep my eyes off you. My heart was racing. I’m sure everyone could smell me. I hoped that maybe you were like me, and that’s why the triplets were your best friends, and you never dated anyone, but now you’re with the triplets. Xavier said what he said, and I jumped on the bandwagon. I think it was instinct to try to hide my feelings.”“What do you mean?” Thea said.“I’m in love with you.” Misty wrung her hands in her lap
The triplets were all staring up at Thea from her bed. She stood in front of them. “Are you going to start? Or should we?” Conri said. Thea took a deep breath in. “I don’t know where to start.” “Why didn’t you tell us people were spreading rumors about you? Because of us? We would’ve taken care of it,” Kai said. “I didn’t want to make a big deal of it. Gossip calms down eventually. Plus, I did do that striptease at the Talent Show.” “You had a tearaway jumpsuit. It wasn’t a striptease. It was a costume change,” Alaric said. “You know what someone wears does not mean they’re asking to be assaulted. Shaming someone for what they wear is rape culture. We don’t allow that.”