Read Alpha Asher [by Jane Doe] Chapter 28 – My mind ran back and forth between what I read.

Vampires can befuddle the mind. What did that mean? Confuse people or make them do things?

My mind went back to the night at the club, how light and airy I had felt. The more I tried to remember what it felt like, the more confused I had become. I couldn’t place my finger on how exactly I felt that night. I did have quite a bit to drink, which could easily be the culprit for the strange sensations. That night was definitely one to remember. The only event that remained clear in my mind was my little meeting with Alpha Asher against the club’s brick wall.

I sat back from the book with a frown on my face. Miss Shelby came back into the room and gave me a sympathetic smile.

“Such a shame, isn’t it?” Miss Shelby shook her head. “Such little information on an entire race.”

“I wonder what happened to Kouritis.” I frowned, “Are their any records of his bloodline?”

The sentence about ‘controlling shadows’ had me interested. Jessie and Maya both noticed how much darker it had become in the forest, as if the shadows had gotten bigger. Such a strange remark, but it now made some shred of sense. The Kouritis bloodline was suspected to be able to control the shadows. But why would Kouritis’s relatives be anywhere near our pack? Vampire’s didn’t meddle in human affairs, and we didn’t meddle in their feeding habits. It was a silent coexistence.

“There was at one point.” Miss Shelby sighed, “What I would’ve done to get my hands on those texts.”

“Mom.” Breyona gagged, making Mason and I snicker.

“So no one knows what happened to his bloodline?” I frowned, “How could an entire bloodline fade into history?”

“Well, this is just a rumor but I heard his last remaining blood-tie died during the burning.” Miss Shelby nodded serenely, “That he was one of the four to fight against the packs.”

“Everyone says all four of the vampires died during the burning.” I frowned, “Guess it isn’t too hard to believe Kouritis blood-line ended during the Burning.”

scouring for more texts. We’ll

Miss Shelby.” I smiled back at her, grateful for

out the cause of the darkening forest. It must’ve just been nature doing it’s

me other texts, but none were about Vampires. Some talked of Werewolves, going into detail about half-bloods and their capabilities. Half Human – Half werewolf, they were common but most of them lived normal lives. Many didn’t develop their own wolf, inhibiting them from ever shifting. They simply had heightened strength and sometimes heightened senses. Those who developed wolves, were brought into the pack-life. Half-blood’s could still had mates, and could bear children

Haze. While I wore a simple pair of jeans and a dark blouse, Breyona went all out. She wore a knee length dress that made her look both alluring and regal, along with some light make-up to highlight her big eyes and high cheekbones. She insisted on looking her best, in case she meet her mate tonight. Her short hair had a slight curl to it and fanned across her head. Mason was

can’t believe were doing this.” Breyona huffed, “Maybe we should just stay

chickening out?” I raised my eyebrow at her, “The fearless Breyona is afraid of

she glared at me. Slowly, a smile broke

before if you keep making these comments I’m gonna start thinking

“You wish your mate was amazing as

was never like this. We’d shop, or go out to eat, making fun of a few people in the process. We never joked, never comforted or supported eachother. It was a superficial friendship from the beginning. Breyona and I matched naturally. If there were mates–but for

nodded, “I like

think I also earn the title of friend-mate.” Mason huffed, giving us each

two of us continued giggling and

as I invented friend-mates, I declare you can have multiple.” I nodded, giving Mason

second that motion.” Breyona grinned, grabbing her

Mom called from the kitchen. “And good

her?” I raised my eyebrow at Breyona and she gave me an

Once I told her about smelling my mate, she insisted I go. Besides, she know’s I’ll be safe

you the entire time.” I

People were packed inside the club, some dancing while others drank and talked above the thundering music. The lights were different colors this time. Instead of green and purple, the lights were red and white. It gave everything

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