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Kyle's Revenge

By AustinKalin All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Fantasy

Blurb

Alex Taylor is your normal teenage werewolf. Well besides the fact that she has alpha blood in her. Her brother Asher was named the alpha a couple months ago and has already found his mate. Alex on the other hand hasn't. She's turning 17 in a couple of days which means that she can find her mate anytime now. But what happens when her mates turns out to be the alpha of a new pack that just moved next door? Will things get heated? Especially when Alex already has a boyfriend. And the fact that Tyler's pack wants to avenge his death and get revenge on Skylar. And the only way to do that is too go after one thing. Her daughter.

Prologue

“Alex. Are you coming? It’s your first day of school.” My mom called me.

“Yes mom. I’m coming!” I ran down the stairs only to find my idiotic brother Asher eating all of my bacon. “Hey!” I yelled at him. He smirked before he took the last one and ran off into the living room.

I ran after him and almost ran over my uncle. “Sorry uncle Carter.” I said in a rush before running after Asher.

“I see Alex is getting her alpha werewolf speed under control.” Uncle Carter said.

“Yes. She just shifted last week.” My mom replied with a bright smile.

“How’s Skylar and Axel?” Uncle Spencer said walking in.

“Good.” They both replied smiling.

“Now, where is my niece?”

“Uncle Spencer!” I yelled running over to him.

“How do you like being 16?” He asked me.

“Okay. I don’t feel any different, well besides the fact that I shifted last week.”

“Pft. Being 18 is better.” Asher said in a matter-of-factly tone.

“Whatever.” I said laughing shoving his shoulder gently.

“Come on. I’ll give you a ride to school sis.” He said nicely.

“Sweet. Thanks Asher.” I said and I went to go grab my bookbag.

“Now remember Asher. If any boy even looks at her, kick his ass.” Our dad said.

“Yes dad.” Asher replied back. “And trust me I know. I don’t want any guy staring at my little sis.”

“You are only 2 years older than me.” I laughed.

“I don’t care. You are younger than me, therefor I have to protect you.” He said puffing out his chest.

“Lets just go.” I laughed at him.

Today was the day. My first day of school….joy to the world. Note the sarcasm.

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