Mated to the Alpha

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I made my way down the hallway to Jim's office.
"Jimmy, you got a moment?" I asked as I poked my head through the door.

He swung around in his chair, "Always."

I sat down in the chair across from his desk and let out a deep breath. "Have you found anything else?"

He shook his head, "No. I've been looking everywhere. I can't seem to find where she came from or what had happened."

I sat back in the chair, ready to tell Jim everything I had found out. "I know what happened to her. Jim, it's real bad."

He leaned forward. "Do you know what pack it was?"

I shook my head, "No, she doesn't remember."

I repeated her story to him, telling him all about why they were exiled and what had happened to her mother. I told him about bouncing around with her father before finally settling. Being orphaned at sixteen and almost killed. Everything I had learned.

Jim sat back in his chair and ran his hand through his hair, "Man.. she was only four. She's been a rogue her entire life."

I nodded, "But it also explains why she didn't go beast like other rogues. Her family were good people. She didn't choose this."

"I can't believe she survived all that." He looked up at me with a smirk, "She's going to make a strong Luna."

I rolled my eyes at him, "Is mating the only thing you think about?"

"Of course! Have you seen my mate? She's dynamite!" Jim roared, laughing loud when I looked at him in disgust. Jim rubbed his chin before leaning back in his chair, "I guess I can try and find a trail leading backwards from their time in Florida. See if I can find something."

"That maybe could work," I replied.

Jim nodded and we sat in silence for a few moments while he processed. Suddenly his head snapped up. His eyes were wide and I could see his face begin to pale.

"Jimmy, what's wrong?"

"Jack... what if... what if she's from our pack?"

I scoffed at him, "Jim, that's impossible. We would have known if she was from our pack."

"We don't know. We didn't check our own records. We just assumed she wasn't from here," Jim replied.

"No. The story she told me, the Alpha was a monster." I shook my head, not wanting to even think it.

"You and I both know Dad was awful. I don't even know how much mom shielded from us. He could have done it."

I squinted my eyes at him and shook my head, "No, because that would mean..."

Jim looked at me with sadness, "That would mean that Dad broke pack law, exiled her family, and had her mother killed."

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