Alpha Asher novel By Jane Doe chapter 4
I stayed on the couch wallowing in my pain until the smell of dinner lifted my spirits. My grandma was cooking again and as much as my Dad protested I could tell he had missed her cooking.

We sat around the table eating dinner and exchanging stories. Dad wanted to know all about what I had gotten into while I was gone.

“So you already finished high school?” Sean asked, I could tell he was somewhat jealous. Sean graduated a year ago at the age of 18. While I was home schooled, he was forced to go to the local public school.

“Yup, I officially graduated.” I teased, sticking my tongue out at him.

My Dad smiled at us as we bickered, “Now only one more year to go and you can find your mate.” My Dad winked at me. My nineteenth birthday wasn’t for a couple months now.

From eighteen every werewolf is able to sense their mate. That is, if they’re within sniffing distance. Though I haven’t.

“Jeez, can you imagine that. Her mate is gonna have to put up with a lot.” Sean smirked at me.

I rolled my eyes at him, “I’m definitely not going to make it easy on him.”

“So, who the hell trained you while you were gone? Alpha’s been here for a week and I haven’t seen anyone able to keep up with him.” Sean frowned, obviously interested in my trainer.

Me and my grandma met eyes just for a second.

“It didn’t feel like I was keeping up with him.” I shrugged, wincing at my sore shoulder.

“You definitely were. Everyone else got pummeled bloody.” Sean cringed. “He made each of us fight him one on one to see what were capable of.”

“So that means he wont be my partner tomorrow?” I asked cheerfully. My dread about tomorrow was dissipating by the second.

“I guess not.” Sean shrugged, “Now tell me, whose your trainer?”

Stifling a nervous giggle, I replied “Oh just grandma’s neighbor. He’s really skilled in jujitsu and stuff.” I shrugged as if it weren’t a big deal.

I shot my grandma a sly look and she winked back at me.

“Do you have any plans for the weekend, Lola?” My Dad asked in between bites.

Tomorrow was Friday, leaving Saturday and Sunday training-free.

“Mm, not really. I don’t exactly have friends here anymore.” I shrugged. In fact, I hadn’t had any friends all year. My only company had been grandma, Chris, and the employee’s of the supermarket we would often go to.

I didn’t feel the need to surround myself with people anymore.

“You could always talk to Breyona y’know.” Sean shrugged as if it weren’t a big deal.

I sighed and bit my lip, “I don’t know about that. She’s probably still mad at me, I know I would be.”

Breyona was one of my closest friends, but when Tyler and I started dating I set her to the side. Tyler had his own group of friends that didn’t care for Breyona and like an idiot I chose them over her.

“I wouldn’t be so sure about that,” Sean shrugged “I talked to her during practice and she asked how you had been. She said she felt terrible about what happened between you and Tyler.”

“Really, she said that?” I felt myself smile in spite of everything, maybe it wouldn’t be so bad to talk to her.

“She did. It’s been a year since then, Lola. She might’ve moved on from the past.” Sean shrugged.

I hopped in the shower, practically swaying on my feet from exhaustion. As sore as

and heard something crinkle beneath me. Groaning ever so dramatically, I rolled over and picked

Welcome Home, Lola.

I couldn’t place where I had seen it

mumbled, stuffing the note in one of my dresser

letting my exhaustion take over as I fell asleep on top of

bright and early, actually having remembered to set an alarm on my phone. One less thing to

a matching pair of shorts. I even managed to put my long hair in a neat

over to the

you’re not late today.” Sean

“I’m the poster child for


small smile. I noticed how different

see you.” I

small smile and a

that to my sore

ran to the locker room and shoved my bag inside one of the lockers, rushing to get back before

voice called out. Not that I’d ever admit this, but his voice alone

voice demanded your attention, while

take turns switching between offensive and defensive moves. Alexander and Jax will

even better today.” Maya

to be paying attention.” I

drift from his untidy hair to his honeycomb eyes. He really did look

everyone paired off into their groups. I stifled a groan as I

on time today.” His honey comb eyes

eyes flickered to his chiseled jaw and I noticed the muscle in his jaw

theory aren’t you.”

tell me you aren’t curious.” I smirked when she

it?” I sighed, batting my eyelashes

his fingers through his tousled

I huffed at him. Before I had the chance to take a

is my stronger point. I’m small and fast, so I

Alpha Asher was an entirely different

single move he made was calculated specifically for me. It was like he instantly knew his opponents weaknesses and adjusted

against Alpha Asher was my agility. I had taken gymnastics until I was fourteen, and still practiced what I had

like hours, we switched to offense. I found it harder and harder to focus on training

was being murderous

can hardly feel your blows.” Alpha Asher

much muscle I can have

as well as you talked, you may actually be a match for me.” Alpha Asher said in a cold

the anger that boiled

would never let me start training, insisting I was too small to survive in

Alpha Asher. I managed to easily dodge his attempt at slamming me to the ground. Rolling to the side and jumping

as my fist made contact with Alpha Asher’s cheek. I also could’ve swore I broke

my dismay Alpha Asher

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