Caroline's life is turned upside down when she starts hearing voices. Separated from her adoptive family, she is forced into a mental institution. But when she escapes she realizes what she really is, a werewolf. When she wanders into another packs territory she is confronted by an angry Alpha who believes her to be a rogue wolf. But things take a turn as the Beta of the pack turns out to be her mate. Can Caroline learn their ways? Can she be the werewolf they all expect? Or is she doomed to fail her pack and her mate?
The sequel to The Wolf Within- Daily updates! The story continues! The Prejudiced Alpha picks up where book 1 left off! Jon's best friend, Gabriel, is getting married. This would be a happy event for most but for this Alpha, it poses a problem. Why!? The maid of honor is his mate and she's human. Jon vows that he will never accept Lacey as his mate. He despises humans. But can Jon resist the pull he feels? Can he stay away from her when every cell in his body seems to want her? Lacey is a girl from a small town. Her best friend, Carrie, is getting married. Lacey dreams of finding someone to love. She finds herself drawn to the handsome friend of Gabriel's despite his cold and aloof demeanor. But can she love a man who seems to hate her at times? Can they get past the obstacles that keep them apart or are they destined to live in two separate worlds?
"So I am bait?" I asked. I knew I was repeating the obvious but I was trying to absorb what was happening. "Basically." He said. I burst out laughing. "You really have miscalculated. You have overestimated the generals' affections and my parents." I scoffed. This seemed to anger him and I jumped as something slammed in the dark. "Surely your parents will want you to be Queen one day." He stated, clearly confused. "My parent's want General Ahriman to be King. They are only marrying me to him because tradition demands it. My Mother told me after the engagement that I would likely die in childbirth and my husband would be free to marry a stronger she-wolf." I finished triumphantly. This seemed to enrage him. Suddenly, hands closed around my neck. I panicked as I struggled to breathe. The hands were sending sparks into my skin, as if an electric current was running from his skin into mine. I was starting to lose consciousness when the hands let go. The chair was knocked over and I let out an involuntary cry as I went crashing to the floor, hitting my head. Everything hurt. I had never been treated this way by anyone. I felt myself being moved and realized the man was standing me and the chair back up. I could feel the blood oozing from my head and I groaned. The wolfsbane was stopping me from healing. The man came close, grabbing me by my hair. My eyes met his and I felt paralyzed. He was extremely handsome. He was tan with shoulder length brown hair. He had a defined jaw and a nose that looked like it may have been broken once. His eyes were a vibrant green. For a moment we just stared at each other. Then he lowered his face to mine and whispered softly into my ear: "I hope for your sake, you're wrong. Because if your fiancé doesn't claim you, you're of no use to me." He was so close I could practically taste his breath. "And if I am no use to you, then what!?" I said softly, afraid of the answer. "Then there's no point in keeping you alive."
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