Return of The Alpha's Mate

Return of The Alpha's Mate

By:  R.A. RUSSELL  Ongoing
Language: English
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Charlie, One day, I woke up in a hospital with no memory, no answers. Not just any hospital, a mental institution surrounded by nut jobs. I wasn't supposed to end up like this, scared, changed, no memory of what happened. I was a normal teenager, then my seventeenth birthday changed everything. I started having visions of a place called Cresent Moon, a remote little forest in the middle of Colorado. I begged my family to go, and that was the last thing I remembered. Next thing I was in a bed being forcibly restrained. I had two choices stay, serve my time and pray they let me leave or escape and discovered what happened to my life. Naja, I give up the notion of ever finding a true mate at twenty–eight I had witnessed more death than I cared to admit, all because of my powers gifted by the Moon Goddess. I was blessed with the ability to heal or cursed as I often thought of my gift. A gift that was used for despicable evil. In the pursuit of tracking rogue hunters, I found her — the other half of my soul, broken, bleeding, and dying. I had no choice but to send her away for her own peace of mind and safety. She was too young, too sweet for a jaded asshole like me---too precious to put in danger. I wasn't given a choice to have a normal life but she would, even if I have to kill anyone who dares to hurt me through her. They say when you love someone you have to let them go, they will come back to you. I just pray its true, I can’t exist now that I know she out there waiting to come back to me, even if she doesn’t know it yet

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this book is good, hopefully it will have a regular updates
2022-10-10 05:13:13
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love the plot so far
2021-09-28 12:11:21
24 Chapters
Journey into the past
Charlie Prologue I rolled the window down and felt the breeze swept through my hair, blowing my ginger curls haphazardly across my face. I couldn’t wait to feel the call of nature, the scent of pine cones filling my lungs. I have been literally dreaming of this place for a year. Never seeing the entire picture but snippets of things here or there. I did not know why this place was so important, but the ache in my chest intensified the closer we got to Colorado. I was anxious, almost terrified there would be nothing there-----that this trip would be all for naught. It was difficult getting my parents to agree to go camping in the mountains of Colorado. We are from Delaware City people and my dad is black and my mom is white. I grew up knowing that black people didn’t camp. I know it sounds absurd. It was the excuse my dad use every time I ask “Charlie black people don’t camp.” Let's just say it took months to plead my case for this trip. They kept thei
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Yes Alpha
  Chapter 1 Naja I strode into the room, without knocking, the two guards posted at the door, bent their head in submission as I swept past them, I was considered to be the crazed Alpha, no one wanted to piss off, considering I ripped the throats out the last three men who played a part in the murder of my parents, which pissed me off—one being my uncle, Micah. My pack the Crescent Moon, has been in the Colorado mountains for the last five hundred years. Spanning generations of alphas with unique abilities passed down from father to son.  Micah, my father’s brother, his beta, his right hand. He had my parents killed because he thought he deserved to be the Alpha, even though he wasn’t the eldest with the blessing of the moon goddess gift, the Alpha with the special abilities meant to lead the pack Nor did he face my father in a fair fight. He paid goons loyal to him to gun them down like animals. He kept me, and my two brothe
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Chapter 3   Charlie I peeled my eyes opened, gasped as the wash of morning light blinded me to my surroundings. I blinked rapidly, desperate to adjust to the stinging pain developing behind my lids. “BOOM, BEEP, BOOM, BEEP, CRUNCH.” I jolted at the loud crashing noise, echoing in my throbbing head like a surround sound of an amphitheater. What the hell was that? Pain exploded in my head as the sounds got louder as if that was possible. Valiantly I tried to cover my ears with my arms, however, they refused to budge. Sheer panic gripped me as I spied them tied to the bed rails. Along with my feet and head, I was strapped to a bed, unable to move. What the fuck! Why were my hands, feet, and head tied? Did I try to hurt someone? Frustrated tears welled up as the pain in my skull increase. I closed my eyes, mentally calming myself, counting to ten in my head, before I opened them once again.  A quick perusal told me I was
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Welcome to my worst nightmare
Chapter 4 Charlie “Next,” the stocky nurse with the shiny, bald, cone-shaped head shouted. The sweat running down his face reminded me of iridescent glitter sparkling in the sunlight. Think Edward from Twilight, glowing luminescent skin, except for the fact that it was just his head. For two minutes, I was lost in the magic of his alien-like features. His flat nose pointed Elvin ears that were not a prop from The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The idiot actually had his ears done—body dysmorphia seemed to be common in this place. I stared, mesmerized, transported to another plane of existence. This wasn’t the first time this weirdo transfixed me. I felt like he was telepathically trying to tell me something. Fuck if I knew what it was. He never spoke, but just stared at me with this odd look in his hazel eyes. Or maybe I was turning into one of these loony bins. Legolas was probably the average weirdo with mommy issues. I must remind him
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My pain in the ass brother
Chapter 5Naja“Naja, come quick,” my brother Kyle says telepathically as I rushed from my office. Relief fills me, paperwork spilling along my desk forgotten in my haste to escape. It was the part of being Alpha I detested the most. Give me murderous wolves any day. Anything but paperwork. Maybe the problem was the pack and their insipid need to complain about everything under the moon. Goddess, forgive me, but sometimes I dreamed of ripping each one of their throats out every time they insist that Micah would have granted their stupid request.My father goddess rest his soul was a fucking saint to take their bullshit on a daily basis. I had been Alpha for ten years and already I wanted to claw my eyes out every time Mrs. Hankshaw showed up with her weekly complaints. Mr. Hankshaw was a day away from facing me in a deathmatch.I raced outside in time to see Kyle half carrying, half dragging an injured Samuel. My youngest brother had a penchan
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The pain continues
Chapter 6 Samuel I hobbled all the way to the med bay. Kyle was his usual helpful, non-talkative self. The fucker could have swept me up honeymoon style and singled handily make the trek in less time than it took for him to hoist me half on half off his shoulders. I have seen the asshole bench press weights three times my size without breaking a sweat. No, he preferred to assist me with brooding silence, which spoke volumes. This was another long mark in my book of disappointments. No wonder Naja was angry he practically threaten to kill me. I deserved it everything his sadistic mind can think up. If he wanted to snap my neck like a twig or rip my throat out as he so elegantly put it. After all the times, he turned a blind eye to my stupid decisions, thinking rightfully so that it was just a phase. I had been a sullen pain-in-the-ass handful. During his explosion, I desperately wanted to shout have at it put me out of my misery. Strangely, I kept my
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Chapter 7 Charlie A loud sigh escapes my lips, frustrated I opened my eyes and maneuvered myself to a sitting position on the plush sofa. A quick glance to my left sat a very pensive doctor Alfonso. His warm chocolate brown eyes piercing me with a disproving frown and pursed lips. I guess he expected this session to produce more insight. I couldn’t blame him. I, too, was woefully disappointed. Four days flew by since the cafeteria incident, four days of me trying but failing to trigger a fresh memory. Bereft and exhausted, I laid awake night after night reliving the gruesome scene of my dad’s lifeless body lying prone on the dirt floor of what appeared to be a campsite, riddled with bullets. My tiny fist pressing against his opened flesh. After witnessing that, getting out of bed seemed like a monumental task, one I couldn’t even do. The nurses and orderlies came into my room three times for the day, left food, and pills. Stoically, I ate what my churning sto
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The in between
Chapter 8 The first thing I see is smoke. I am surrounded by its thick, ashen puffs. There is no discernible solid surface anywhere, nothing to hold on to. Then in walks a figure, his face shrouded in darkness. How I knew it was a male, no idea, but I figured it could only be male considering the height and broad shoulders. I gasp as his familiar salt and pepper hair, dark brown eyes, and chiseled jaw become clear. My dad. A huge smile appears on my face. I run and throw myself in his arms, crying and laughing as he catches me in mid-jump. “Hey pumpkin,” Dad says, squeezing me even tighter, placing a chaste kiss on my forehead, as he used to when I was younger. “What are you doing here, you’re not supposed to be here Charlie, you have to go?” “I ----I don’t know what happened Dad,” my words falter as he looks at me with worried eyes. “Where’s mom, where are the boys? Do you even know what’s going on? Where I am right now.” I cried, gazing at h
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No answers
Chapter 8 Charlie  My eyes popped open on a gut retching scream, curled into a fetal position I laid on the sofa, completely devastated. Tears streaming down my face, a fist clutched in my mouth to quiet my sobs. I wasn’t sure what I witness; It wasn't a memory that I could say with absolute certainty; I felt like I was in-between realities, a place where my dad was dead, but still able to warn me. How any of it was possible, was the question of the century. Maybe I was just as delusional as the rest of the patients here. Either way, whatever it was, it left a giant hole in my aching chest. Gentle hands patted me on the back as more tears fell from my eyes. So lost in my grief, I did not know the doctor had entered my personal space, until I felt his calloused hands on my shoulder, trying to comfort me. It was useless. Nothing short of my family magically turning up yelling surprise would lift this pain from my heart. “It's okay, Charlie,
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Chapter 9RileyI sat in the corner of my room, on the white linoleum floor, my knees to my chest, my head bowed as if in reverence all the while my hands covered my aching head as the voices kept bombarding me with negative thoughts. I was tired of the constant negative things people thought, tired of having a front-row seat to the evil in the world.Usually, the meds help drown out the voices and the pressure of whether I should intervene or ignore what I knew, particularly when I hear someone thinking about hurting themselves or others. Being a clairvoyant, who picked up on the negative thoughts, pretty much sucked ass. Hell, even my own parents were afraid of me and had been for years as my abilities developed. At the first opportunity, they had me committed, telling the police that I was a danger to myself and the others they fostered to earn more money. Joe, my dad, was incapable of working. He was in a car accident when I was four, thus the f
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