Rival Alphas: Dance of Desire

Rival Alphas: Dance of Desire

By:  Eden Moon  Completed
Language: English
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Lexi Ray is a curious college student, always eager to uncover the world's mysteries. Clayton Carmichael is poised to lead a dominant werewolf pack but is drawn to the simpler joys of human life. Luke, a rival Alpha with a dark side and an even darker history with Clay, quickly discovers Clay's budding affection for Lexi. He is determined to outdo his old friend and seize her attention.

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I want moooorrrreeeee
2024-01-31 22:43:47
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I'm loving this book. As an Author myself, I can say this is great and highly recommend. Good luck Author.
2023-12-26 18:35:49
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Thank you for reading! Much love.. ...
2023-10-20 10:19:48
129 Chapters
1. First Delivery (Lexi POV)
I sat engrossed at my favorite corner table in the Radenfield University library, my laptop screen illuminated with equations and theorems. Quantum physics was like a tantalizing puzzle begging to be solved, and at that moment, there was nowhere else I'd rather be. The library was a sanctuary of sorts for me, its shelves towering like ancient sentinels of knowledge, promising secrets yet to be discovered.Just as I relished in the quiet, Moro burst in, a one-woman explosion of energy, utterly disrupting the laws of physics with her mere presence. "Lexi! There you are! I've been looking everywhere for you!"I blinked, my mind detouring from the microscopic world of subatomic particles to the immediate here and now. "Hey, Moro! What's up? You realize this is, like, the quietest place on campus, right?"Moro's hazel eyes sparkled, full of the promise of whatever social adventures awaited her. "Please, you have to come to this party with me tonight!""I can't, Moro. I've got a NightBite s
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2. Second Deliveries (Clay POV)
The door clicked shut behind me, the weight of Lexi's presence still hanging in the air. I leaned back against the door, exhaling a ragged breath. My hand closed around the paper bag, right where her fingers had gripped it. Bringing it closer, I inhaled deeply, her scent mingling with the food she'd delivered.A startling torrent of emotions tore through me. Desire so potent it nearly crippled me, a protectiveness that surged like a storm. Feelings so intense, they were fit for kin, for the pack, for... a mate. But that was the rub, wasn't it? That girl was human, not a werewolf. How could she elicit such a visceral reaction in me?I moved to the nightstand, tearing the top off the bag, laying it there as if preserving a precious relic. The food remained untouched, its allure dwarfed by the mysterious pull of the woman who'd brought it. That night, I went to bed wrestling with conflicting feelings, but one thought was clear: I needed to see her again. The sky was still dipped in pre-d
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3. Dark Magic (Luke POV)
Sitting in the dim light of my apartment, I heard the distinctive sound of a door closing from across the hall. A sinister smile crept over my face. Clay was leaving. I slid the glass door to my balcony open and peered down to see his black car pull out of the parking garage, heading north. He's going home, I thought, how convenient.I returned inside, my fingers itching to pry open the book that lay on my coffee table. It wasn't any ordinary book—it was an old folklore tome filled with rituals, spells, and hidden amidst cryptic language, and dark magic. Just as I prepared to delve into its pages, my phone dinged. A Facebook notification.Curious, I opened the app and hesitated for a moment. Then, with a swift decision, I typed Lexi's name into the search bar. There she was, her face filling my screen. I sat back, a malevolent grin spreading on my face. I didn't even need dark magic; everything I wanted to know was right here in the palm of my hand.I clicked on her profile, scrolli
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4. Restless (Clay POV)
I descended the porch stairs, then tossed the towel back up to the porch without looking. "Thanks, Mom!""Anytime, son. Could you let your dad know I'll be sitting out this training session?" "Will do," I nodded, before shifting back into my wolf form. The familiar rush of senses greeted me as I dashed through the trees toward the training grounds. In the distance, I could already hear my father's mental grumbling, a cacophony of complaints and expletives that only I had the privilege—or curse—of hearing. For a fleeting moment, I wondered if it was possible to roll my eyes in wolf form. His scent wafted toward me as I approached, a mix of earth and something distinctly him. He turned, his eyes locking onto my approaching form. "Ah, the prodigal son returns," he quipped, his voice filled with sarcasm yet tinged with an unmistakable relief. Shifting back to my human form, I countered, "Good to see you haven't lost your sense of humor, Dad." For a moment, we locked eyes, the unspoken
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5. Something (Lexi POV)
As I stood before my full-length mirror, adjusting the elegant ballet-inspired dress, Moro, my best friend and roommate, sat on my bed, scrolling through her phone. "I don't know, Moro. When I first met him, there was something off. But when I saw him again, it was like he was a completely different person. Maybe I was just having an off day or something." Moro looked up and grinned, her eyes shining with enthusiasm. "Girl, it's about time you jumped back into the dating pool. Besides, think of it this way. If one guy as hot as him is into you, just imagine your other choices! You could be dating royalty next!" I chuckled, brushing a stray curl behind my ear. "Wow, you have such a refreshing approach to love," I said, sarcasm tinting my voice. "Hey, you're too young to tie yourself down," Moro advised earnestly. "Don't end up like my parents, okay? Allow yourself to experience life from different angles. Live a little!" I rolled my eyes, but a smile crept onto my face. "Thank yo
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6. Dangerous Game (Clay POV)
My fists clenched around the barbell as I drove it into the air for another overhead press. Sweat dripped down my forehead, stinging my eyes, but I didn't care. I was too lost in the storm inside my head, a storm I couldn't seem to escape. I'd been working out on my balcony for hours, pushing my body to its absolute limit, partly because I wanted to distract myself, but mostly because I needed something to hit, even if it was just the air around me.Luke. The name was like a splinter in my mind. I couldn't believe he'd taken her out on a date. My muscles tightened further as I lowered the weights back down to my chest. The sheer audacity of that man was beyond comprehension. We were supposed to be friends once, but friends don't pull stunts like this.And then there was Lexi. My Luna. The thought of her possibly giving herself to Luke made my blood boil in a way I'd never felt before. If she slept with him, it wouldn't matter if she was fated to be with me; she would have to stay with
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7. Compelling (Lexi POV)
The knot of conflicting emotions I'd been nursing since my date with Luke tightened as I slipped into my party outfit. Moro, my ever-loyal confidante, caught my gaze in the mirror."Spill it, Lexi. You've been brooding since you returned from your date with Luke. Was it that bad?"I grimaced. "No, that's the thing. It wasn't bad, it was actually...nice. But something's bugging me, gnawing at me from the inside. I can't shake the feeling that I should keep my distance, but simultaneously, there's this magnetic pull."Moro shook her head, a small smile on her lips. "Girl, you're a mess of contradictions. But you know, sometimes our instincts pick up on things our conscious minds can't. Maybe you should listen to your gut.""You're probably right," I sighed, "but for now, let's just focus on tonight."The party was in full swing when we arrived—cups overflowing, music pounding, bodies moving in a chaotic dance of youthful recklessness. It was a place to forget, and forgetting was what I
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8. I Will Kill You (Clay POV)
After dropping Lexi off, I gripped the steering wheel hard, feeling the leather indent beneath my fingers. I was fuming, not just at Luke, but at myself, for cutting the night short after she took the chance and left the party with me. The air in the car was thick with tension, the remnant of emotions held at bay. My wolf was agitated, scratching at the inner walls of my consciousness, begging to be let loose. I knew I had to get away from Lexi before I did something that would be difficult to explain, especially since she was still in the dark about my true nature.And then there was Luke. Watching him in that club tonight, high and reckless, I could feel that something was dangerously off in my gut. He was spiraling, but into what? That was the gnawing question. My instincts screamed that it was more than just the drugs. He's always had a penchant for self-destruction, but this felt different, more sinister in a way I couldn't yet pinpoint. It was as if he were not just playing wi
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9. Do You Trust Me? (Lexi POV)
I sighed, staring at the delivery app on my phone. Luke Rendon's name flashed for the third time tonight. "You've got to be kidding me," I muttered under my breath, tapping to decline the order. There was no way I was setting foot in that man's apartment again, not after what I saw last night.I woke up this morning feeling like I'd been hit by a freight train of realization. My whole body seemed to vibrate with a blend of anger and repulsion. How could I have been so naive? The image of him snorting coke, so brazen and unashamed, replayed in my mind repeatedly. I felt disgusted, with him and myself for ever considering him attractive or alluring.My mood didn't improve much in class, even though I should have been excited about Professor Gray's announcement. "Alright, everyone, for the next few weeks, we'll be doing special projects and have various guest speakers on various mythologies and folklore." A murmur of excitement hummed through the room. My hand shot up when the professor
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10. Can You Hear Me Now? (Clay POV)
A sense of dread washed over me when we parked just inside the pack land borders. I had absolutely no clue what I was doing, no guideline for how you tell someone you've been lying about who you are. Well, I'm not lying exactly, but I definitely omit a crucial part of my identity. And not just my identity, but the essence of everyone who lived on this land."Promise me something?" I looked over at her, fidgeting with the car keys in my hands. "Keep an open mind about all of this, and if you don't want to be here anymore at any point, just say so. I'll take you back to the city, no questions asked."She stared back at me, bewildered. "Open mind? Clay, what's going on? Why are you acting so strange?"I sighed, running a hand through my hair. "Just...promise me, okay?""Fine, I promise. Now, tell me what's happening."My heart pounding in my ears, I killed the engine. "Let's get out of the car. There's something I need to show you."She followed me out, her brows furrowing, eyes filled
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