Alpha Asher novel By Jane Doe chapter 2
The drive back to my old pack was only five hours. While I remembered Tyler finding his mate like it was yesterday, the run to my grandma’s house had been hazy.

“You ran five hours?” I asked Maya, somewhat shocked.

“We needed to get the hell out of there.” She grumbled, “And now were going right back.”

“We don’t have a choice.” I sighed, “But were both different now.”

“You’re damn right we are.” Maya growled smugly.

We pulled up to the edge of the packs territory, escorted to the side of the road by some of the wolves who were guarding the perimeter. I was surprised that I didn’t recognize any of these wolves.

They emerged from the forest wearing nothing but low hanging sweat pants. I tried to keep my gaze to myself, but I’m still half human.

“What is your business coming here?” One of the men spoke up. His build was huge, and he had a long scar running down his bicep.

“Were here to visit family. My brother’s the Beta.” I replied, looking at each of their faces. There really wasn’t anyone here that I recognized. Had the pack grown in the time that I was gone?

“Beta Drake?” The man had a confused look on his face.

“What? No, Beta Sean.” I scowled. Since when did Tyler have a Beta named Drake? I wondered if everything was okay with Sean’s position in the pack. You typically have to do something really bad to lose your position like that.

A look of understanding crossed the man’s face, and he glanced at the other men with him.

“Go on through.” He nodded once, and my grandma wasted no time in pulling away.

“Well, that sure was strange.” My grandma looked at me and frowned, I’m sure she was thinking the same thing as me.

“It definitely was.” I frowned.

We drove through the center of town and I was shocked to see a ton of new faces. Something had definitely happened while I was gone.

I vaguely remembered Tyler telling me about another pack that needed help. Maybe they finally joined forces.

We pulled into the driveway of my old house. The white paint was now faded. It looked like I had been gone for much longer than a year. The flowers that were once outside were now wilted and dead. My mom was the one to take care of the flowers out front. How long has she been dead for?

I hesitated at the door, wondering if I should knock or just walk in. My train of thought was interrupted as my grandma opened the door and walked into the house.

the couch, my

exclaimed, looking

past year. My raven colored hair had grown longer than ever, now reaching my waist. My silver eyes were much brighter, teeming with life. My skin was clear and porcelain-like, and I had lost some of

at him, walking into his arms.

you, kid.” My dad grumbled, ruffling

face lit up like a little kid, “It’s good to see you, Ma.” He pulled her in for a hug

what the hell is going on.” I scowled at Sean, who was simply watching

sighed and sat back down on his recliner,

go on. I’m not going to break if you talk about it.” He grumbled at Sean. My grandma

up.” Sean

rolled my eyes, “Wow, so surprised.

in case they went to war.” Sean started, and I was already becoming bored. Tyler’s mistakes didn’t surprise me. After finally leaving home, I was able to see what a

and?” I drug my words out, letting him know I didn’t care about

pack. He pissed off their Alpha, pissed him off real bad.” Sean shook his head as if

sighed, shaking my head. I know Tyler’s inflated ego was going to bite him in the ass. His

came here, Lola. They declared war on us.” Sean frowned, glancing

everything seemed the same.

looking between Sean and my Dad’s grim

fight. Every man and woman had to fight. Your mom died

knew Tyler was bad, but

and escaped while the rest

your pack was something no Alpha had ever done. Being an Alpha wasn’t a job, it was something embedded deep inside of you.

comes back Alpha will kill him.” Sean’s face

who?” I

die, we did the only thing we

Sean grumbled, obviously not enjoying the situation. I wondered what that would mean for

spat, “He may be ruthless and cruel, but he’d sooner

saw my room


of did abandon our pack.”

different, Lola. We’re not Luna, we’re not Beta’s or anything. We had no obligation to this pack. Especially after Tyler.” Maya growled, but her words made sense. She was

on making dinner even though my Dad grumbled in disagreement. I knew he was happy to see his mom though. He

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