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Daddy's Enemy is My Mate

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I accidentally had a one-night stand with my father's enemy. "Morning, mate." He is naked, holds me tenderly, My eyes widened in fear, my virginity was given to a strange male wolf instead of my fiancé. *************** Ava, the daughter of the Blue River Pack Alpha, Robert. She was doted on by her father as a child. From birth to nineteen, she never left their small village. Until a festival party, her mate found her. The leaders of the Blue River Pack and the Shadow Pack have been sworn enemies for generations. The Shadow Pack lives on the sea, and their werewolves are rumored to be vulgar, savage, and fond of force. Her father has always taught her to stay away from the ruffians of the Shadow Pack warning her that their aggressive and unpredictable ways make them untrustworthy and dangerous. However, her life changed when the leader of the ruffians found her. "Sweetheart, don't think about running away. Even your father can't stop me."

Chapter 1

Ava's POV

I am Ava, the daughter of the Blue River Clan Alpha, Robert. Members of our Clan address him with all sort of titles from a simple "Sir, Lord, My Liege," to even more absurd words in our native language that sound like short songs, "Hahaha...funny bunch, " but to me he's just daddy.

To the public, he's stern and commands immense power within our Clan, I think some of those folks even fear him. My father is a wise and kind wolf who has always been there for me. He loves me deeply and spoils me with gifts, but sometimes I feel suffocated by his love and protectiveness. We have a close bond, but I can't help but feel a longing for something beyond the walls of the Blue River Clan territory, I have not been out of our little village since I was born and I am nineteen years old.

My father has always been a source of comfort and wisdom for me, there was a time when I was still a cub when he had to tell me something that would change my life. It was a dark and stormy night, and the house was filled with shadows. The only light in the room came from the flickering fire in the fireplace. He spoke to me in a low, trembling voice.

"Ava, my daughter, I have something important to tell you," he began. The sound of his voice filled my heart with fear.

"Your mother, her name was Bella" he said slowly, his words catching in his throat, "passed away when you were born. She gave her life to bring you into this world, and I want you to know how much she loved you. She would want you to live your life to the fullest, to never give up on your dreams."

I felt a lump form in my throat as tears stung my eyes. I had never known my mother, but I could feel her love and sacrifice in my heart. I was grateful for my father's love, but knowing the depth of my mother's love for me filled me with a sense of awe and wonder.

I have always been fascinated by the outside world and the endless possibilities it holds. I've spent countless hours wandering through the our Clan's territory, exploring every nook and cranny of the vast forest. I've seen things that most wolves have never even dreamt of, from the towering mountains to the crystal-clear rivers that wind their way through the land.

"Hello, Princess Ava!"

I chuckled and gave her a hug, "Mia, you know that I don't like when you call me that. Even though I'm the daughter of the Blue River Clan Alpha, I'm still just Ava."

"I know, I know but you are. You're the princess of the Blue River Clan and deserve to be treated as such."

I rolled my eyes, "Alright, Mia, you win this round but you have to promise to stop calling me Princess Ava."

Mia smiled, "Deal."

"Your dad was really firm about the harvest dispute," Mia said, "I don't think anyone else could have dealt with it the way he did."

"You know, my dad is always stern in public, but behind closed doors he loves to spoil me with gifts. He's really a big softy when it comes to me."

Mia smiled, knowing exactly what I meant. "That's true, Ava. Your dad is one of a kind and he loves you so much."

"You know, Mia," I said, "Even though my dad is so loving and caring, sometimes I just want to break out of this place. I want to see what else is out there, to explore the world beyond the walls of the Blue River Clan territory. I wonder what other wolf packs are like and how they differ from our own."

"I understand, Ava. It's natural to want to broaden your horizons, to see what else the world has to offer. We're lucky to have such a strong and stable home like the Blue River Clan territory, but it can't hurt to venture a little further."

I hugged back, feeling grateful for her support. "Thank you, Mia. You're a good friend."

"Mia, how did you fare in the interclan warrior-only event?" I asked her, curiosity etched on my face.

"I made it to the top five finalists!" she exclaimed with pride in her voice. "It was such a tough competition, but I'm so glad I persevered. I even took down the previous champion in the semi-finals."

"Congratulations, Mia! You truly are the best female warrior in the Blue River Clan and with the way you're growing, I'm sure you'll become number one even with male warriors soon."

Mia's face lit up at my compliment, "Thank you, Ava. It means a lot to hear you say that. I'll keep working hard to reach my full potential."

"Mia, there have been three different Clan men who have been asking about you, seems your plan is working."

Mia's expression changes from shocked to sly in an instant. "Yes, I am aware of the effect I have on men," she says, with a smile on her face. "I'm not even finished with the plan."

"Well, I have to admit, I admire your initiative. It's not easy to be bold in a society like this. Just be careful, okay?"

Mia nods, "Don't worry, Ava. I can handle myself."

I smiled back at her. "I know you can. You're a strong and capable wolf. Just remember to be careful, okay?"

"I will, Ava. Thank you for being a real friend. Quill sent his greetings."

"Oh, dear troublesome Quill." I said with a knowing smile. "How did he fare at the tournament."

"My brother barely made top ten, I guess he did great too."

"You and Quill make the Blue River Clan shine in such competitions, I am sure Clan members are grateful to you two."

"You are right, Ava. We have turned into celebrities within the clan." Mia said as she walked to the window to peep outside.

"Mia, it is hard to believe you are the same girl that used to get bullied." I said as we both burst into laughter.

I remember the first time I saw you being bullied at the playpen.

"Stop it," I said firmly.

"This isn't funny, and you're hurting her feelings. Leave her alone!"

The other cubs looked shocked, and some of them muttered under their breath, but they backed off. Mia looked up at me, her eyes wide with gratitude.

"Thank you," she said softly, her voice trembling. I smiled at her, feeling a sense of satisfaction. I knew I'd done the right thing.

"Ava please stop." Mia said playfully stamping her feet on the floor.

"Ava, I have to say, you're really good at healing with herbs. Warriors may be essential to the Clan, but natural healers like you are just as important," Mia said, looking at me with admiration.

I smiled at her, "Thank you, Mia. I'm always happy to be of help. Natural methods of healing are just as important as traditional methods, if not more so. They have been around for generations, and we have always relied on them for their well-being."

"I couldn't agree more and your talent for it is something that the Clan should be proud of. You have the ability to help so many people, and that's a wonderful thing."

"Mia, did you see how Quill handled himself on the pitch during the tournament?" I asked, feeling a hint of admiration in my voice. "He was so handsome and played so well and many girls came to watch him." I said with my expression changing from admiration to a little jealousy.

Mia looked at me with a smirk, "Of course I did, Ava. He was a star on the pitch, and I couldn't take my eyes off him but what I loved most was how he treated his opponents, both on and off the field. He was always kind and respectful, even when the game got heated."

"That's true. Quill is a wonderful warrior and a true gentleman. He always knows how to make people feel comfortable, and his personality shines through no matter what the situation."

Mia smiled, "I know, right? He has such a positive energy about him, and it's impossible not to like him."

"Quill is a great role model for all of us in the clan, both as a warrior and as a person. We're lucky to have him on our side." I said as I took a biscuit from the snack tray on the table.

Quill liked to act like the boss at times, giving orders to the rest of our peers and expecting us to follow his lead.

When the time came for me to be engaged, my father knew he had to choose the right mate for me. One evening, as we sat together in the sitting room, he cleared his throat and began to speak.

"Ava, my dear," he said, his voice gentle but firm.

"It is time we started considering your future. You are almost eighteen now, and the time has come for you to be engaged." My heart skipped a beat as I looked at my father, unsure of what was coming next.

"You see, my love," my father continued, a glimmer of pride in his eyes.

"You are the daughter of the most respected Wolf in the Blue River Clan. It is only fitting that we choose a suitable mate for you, and I have chosen Quill."

As I tried to process what daddy was saying, I was a bit excited. I have always know Quill had a thing for me even as cubs.

"But father," I said, my voice shaking slightly.

"I don't know if I'm ready for this. I'm still so young." You are a woman my dear, daddy replied with a smile.

Mia and I met at the town square as the sun was setting. The air was crisp and the sky was painted with a beautiful array of pinks and purples as the Feasts of Luna began.

"It's just starting," she said, smiling. "Wait until the moon rises and the fireworks start! Then you'll really be in awe."

I nodded, feeling my heart race with anticipation. "I can't wait. This is just the beginning, and I already feel like I'm in a dreamscape."

As I danced alone in a corner under the moon, I felt his strong arms gently grab me from behind as he drew me closer and moved like his body was part of mine.

He towered over me, his body felt like it was sculpted from marble. I gave him a good grind as his muscles hardened and softened to follow my dance moves.

It wasn't long before I felt his hard p*n*s against my c*nt. It was like a thick shaft. I continued grinding and rubbing my now moist c*nt against his shaft.

By this point the silk under garment I was wearing already gave way and I felt his skin rub against mine. He held my waist with both hands and tried to enter my c*nt from behind but I withdrew a bit as I felt the pain of his thick p*n*s pushing against my hymen.

"Wow, a virgin," I heard him mutter.

He made some moves that made my p*ssy drip and before I knew it, I felt his thick p*n*s sliding into me. I let out a soft moan.

It was a bitter sweet feeling but I didn't want it to end. He was as gentle as he could be as he rode me to multiple orgasms.

Tears dripped down my cheeks as I orgasmed repeatedly.

Eventually, my legs felt so weak and unable to carry me, he pulled me into a nearby tent, he lifted me up and f*ck*d me so hard, just as he was about to shoot his load he withdrew and blasted his thick load on the floor.

We both collapsed on the bed and fell asleep. The following morning, I woke up feeling sore in my p*ssy and lying naked to a nude male werewolf I have no memory of. He embraced me drawing me close to himself as he gave me a kiss saying

"Morning, mate." The shock sent a shiver down my spine and it was obvious for him to see it from my facial expression.

Chapter 2

Ava's POV

The sun rose slowly over the horizon, casting a warm orange glow over the tent and enhancing the features of the wolfman I woke up with, whom I had no clue of.

"Little wolf, what's your name?" His words pierced my heart as I tried desperately to free myself from his arms.

"I asked you a question," he demanded, a playful grin forming on his face as he wrapped his arms tighter around my body. It felt as if a python was holding me captive with no intention of letting me go.

"What's your name?" He repeated.

"I don't want to tell you," I said, my voice barely audible. "Please, let me go."

He did not release his hold, instead pulling me closer to him.

"Come now, little wolf.” His voice was low and seductive. "I want to know everything about you, and your name is the first step. Do you really want to keep

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