Chapter 33: Chasity? 

Third Person

“She’s just really young, Felix. She doesn’t have as much experience as we do. She’s never been in a relationship with someone who was not her mate so she doesn’t get how different that is. She thinks she actually has to worry about those random girls,” explained Alex.

“Well it didn’t help that Felix didn’t tell her the party was being thrown by his ex!” Snapped Calix. Felix growled lowly. Calix snarled.

“ENOUGH!” Said Alex, silencing his two younger brothers.

“It also didn’t help that you winked at my ex and her little sister in front of Chasity!” Said Felix.

Calix looked guilty. “Those winks mean nothing. Chasity bears my mark. She’s my fiancee!” Said Calix

defensively.

“That’s what Alex is talking about!” Said Felix. “Chasity doesn’t get it. Tonight made her worried that she’s competing with random girls.”

“You shouldn’t have forced her to go to the party,” said Calix.

“Me!” Said Felix incredulously. “We all wanted her to go!”

“Yeah, we did,” said Alex. “We wanted her to bond with the pack. It wasn’t a bad idea in theory but Chasity has too much on her plate right now. Let’s hold off on the introduction of her Luna responsibilities for now. After high school, in a couple of months, we’ll get married and honeymoon back on the island. Then when she’s more relaxed, we’ll think about her role as Luna.”

“Won’t Mom be furious having to be acting Luna for Chasity for so long?” Asked Calix.

“No,” scoffed Felix. “She’ll be thrilled. Mom loves being Luna. Chasity, on the other hand, she’s not

into stuff like that.”

Calix sighed. “Let’s go get her. I’m tired,” said the youngest, flopping over on the bed. “She’s between Felix and me tonight, right?” Added the youngest, yawning. “Rub it in why don’t you, Calix?” Grumbled Alex. Felix laughed. “I’ll go get her.”

Calix jumped up. “We should pamper her. She might be less pissed then. I’m gonna run a bubble bath.

Alex smiled. He loved washing her hair for her. He went to help fix the bath. Felix bounded down the

it. It was always better to agree as triplets. Very few could understand the closeness among the three. Arguing amongst each other

outside her room. They looked at him strangely when he went into

He came

of the pack warriors. “I said to watch her,” Felix said coldly, his blue eyes darkening. “She

had been hashing things out in Alex’s room but the warrior said Chasity had gone to him.

husky. Was she playing a little game with

would find her in his bath tub as

to startle her and then hop into the tub too. His face fell. The tub was empty, spotless and dry as a bone, not used recently at all. He ran back downstairs ignoring the two warriors. He ran his fingers on Chasity’s tub, also dry, not used recently. He checked the pack showers she used to use when she was servant. He looked in her little makeshift room. Empty.

worried. Her car was in the driveway and she hardly ever

alphas

this time, Alex and Calix came

to turn the faucet off for the bath they were

little panicked. “What’s wrong?” Asked Alex. “I don’t know yet,” muttered Felix, running up the stairs. “Where’s Chasity?” Asked Calix sounding as upset as Felix felt.

sorry! The party was a dumb idea. No more parties until our wedding ok,” offered Calix ripping the sheets off

scent went towards the circular window. Felix practically launched himself at it. He got onto the rickety

no, no, no, no, no, was all the Alpha could think. “Felix, careful up there!”

balcony and peered downwards into the snow

didn’t fall, that snow is untouched,” said

of three huge alphas.

“What?” Asked Calix.

Felix asked, his voice deep as his

between beast and man.

“Smell what?” Breathed Calix.

the air and snarled. The

snow-topped roof and they

growled. Alex sniffed again.

Alex, his eyes tearing up of their own accord. He was terror-stricken

silence. She was probably still knocked

be too faraway to mind-link. Alex roared.

owls hooted, birds flew out from their night perches. The ice cracked and the snow

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