Bind Me

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|do you regret it?|

Lila’s POV.

"I’m on my way," Amari burst through the link.

"But you don’t know where I am?" I puzzled.

"I may have made your brother mad." She cackled.

"You woke him up?" I grinned to myself as I could imagine his face as she pounded on the door.

Amari lives in the packhouse with her mate, James. They’re both warriors. James joined us after he’d completed the course at KS Training Centre. I trained Amari, even though she didn’t need much training. She needed to learn to channel her power from the Dark Wolf. Once she had done that, she was unstoppable.

"Woke him up, no... Disturbed him, yes." She guffawed.

I chuckled and shook my head.

"I’m in your back garden... I think."

I stood up and went towards the door. I slid the door open before slipping outside. The cold air felt amazing. I inhaled and sighed. The smell of nature filled my senses; an instant calmness washed over me.

My eyes settled on Amari and Elias. Amari was scanning her eyes at the house. “Elias?” I raised my brow as he grinned at me.

“You didn’t think Amari was the only one that was going to get all the details, did you?” He chuckled as they both came towards me.

“You know, he practically begged me. Levi wasn’t a happy wolf.” She smirked, flipping Elias off with her middle finger. “He will forget about me interrupting now you left him hanging.” She tittered.

I chuckled and sat down on the patio, leaning against the wall. “Well, I’m glad you’re both here.” I hummed as they joined me on the patio, sitting opposite me.

“Where’s your darling little vamp?” Amari asked, glancing behind me. There was a threatening tone in her voice. I know she doesn’t know exactly what happened, so she probably doesn’t trust him.

“He’s asleep, so we need to be quiet,” I answered. “I know you don’t trust him, bu-”

She shook her head and held her hand up, stopping me. “Elias told me everything on the way here... Don’t worry. I’ll be nice when I do meet him.” She commented. Her smile settled my nerves. I want him to get along with the pack... Especially my close friends and my family.

“You need to get some furniture for outside.” Elias mused, looking around.

“Yeah... You could have some awesome parties here.” Amari winked after she’d finished looking around.

“Maybe one day.” I giggled. I took a deep breath and glanced between them both. “Can I ask you something, Amari?” I asked awkwardly.

“Of course,” she replied with a nod.

“When you and James marked each other, did you mark and mate at the same time?” I whispered.

She smirked at me and giggled before taking a deep breath. “Yes, it was amazing... It made everything so intense. I don’t think I’d ever felt so close to him at that moment.” She replied with a faraway look on her face.

“I didn’t.” Elias shrugged.

I glanced at him, raising my brow. Everyone talks about how the process to complete your bond is incredible. There’s nothing that can compare to being with your mate. Almost all wolves mark and mate at the same time. I want to know if there is a big difference. Not that it really matters; I can’t exactly take back the marking.

Even though were are already marked, I know the mating will be just as good, if not even better.

“For obvious reasons, I couldn’t mark Levi, but he marked me before we did anything... The mating felt like nothing I could have imagined. Because I could already feel everything he felt, in my opinion, it was better than if we had waited.” He explained.

“Fuck, yes, I should have done that.” Amari groaned.

I giggled and shook my head. “Why’d you ask?” Elias asked, smirking.

“Um, I had to mark Alarix so he could feed,” I muttered.

Their faces dropped, and they gasped. “He was in bloodlust... It was driving him crazy. It’s the only way he could safely feed on me,” I explained.

“Do you regret it?” Amari questioned.

“Goddess, no. I just wondered if the mating would be different... I don’t regret him feeding on me. I actually like that I can help keep him alive,” I sighed.

“How did it feel? I mean, did you feel your blood leaving your body?” Elias chuckled.

I shook my head and rolled my eyes. “No, I didn’t feel my blood leave my body.” I griped. “It was incredible, though,” I murmured.

“Did it, you know... Make you feel things?” Amari raised her brow.

I nodded my head and felt my cheeks heat up. “I was feeling all kinds of things,” I whispered, hiding my face behind my hands.

“Aw, don’t be embarrassed.” Elias chuckled, moving towards me.

“Yes... He’ll probably make you cum every time he feeds on you, especially if he does it on the same side as your mark.” Amari winked.

“Ok... That’s enough of that.” I groaned.

We spent the next half hour talking and laughing. It was nice being around them. If Alarix wasn’t asleep, he could have been down here with us. Then I’d be surrounded by all my favourite people, well, minus Levi, of course.

“I need to get a few hours sleep, so I’m going to head in.” I yawned.

“I still need to meet him, Lils.” Amari scolded playfully.

I nodded as we all stood up. “Of course.” I smiled.

“Hey, what you doing tomorrow?” Elias smirked at me before fixing his gaze on Amari.

“I have training in the afternoon.” She replied.

“Levi and I are taking him shopping... Well, Levi, but I’m tagging along. Want to come?” He beamed at her.

Her eyes sparkled with mischievousness as she nodded her head vigorously. “No,” I whined. “Don’t overwhelm him. Remember, he’s not used to us.” I groaned.

They both grinned at me as they moved back towards the treeline. They winked before Amari shifted. Elias climbed on her back, waved his hand at me before Amari darted off. I rolled my eyes, chuckling to myself and headed inside. I grabbed the bottle of water and continued back to bed.

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