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Rejected by the Alpha's Daughter

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Paige I learned a long time ago that the only person I could rely on is myself. I've spent the last few years building up my defenses; these walls are not coming down for anyone. Not even him. Colin Blackburn. Alpha. Sinfully hot, arrogant son of a… well, you get the drift. I'll do what I have to do and become his Luna. I'll give him my body, but his grubby paws will not get anywhere near my heart. Colin The universe is laughing at me. It has to be. Why else would it pair me with Paige Bradshaw? She's insufferable, pushing me at every turn. But being Alpha means I never back down from a challenge. No matter how insurmountable it may be. The thing about wolves… we're mated for life. She's mine whether she likes it or not. I'm fighting to save her life, but I fear the fight for her heart will be a much tougher feat… This book is 18+ due to graphic violence, profanity, and mature themes.

Chapter 1

Paige's POV

Truth or dare, I text him, hoping for any lifeline. Maybe he'll tell me it was a misunderstanding.

Truth, he responds, and my heart picks up its pace.

Did you ever love me, or was it all a ploy to get laid? I type, barely able to see through my forming tears. I follow this text with the three photos of him and Amber looking real cozy with each other.

Three little dots appear and disappear.

I throw my phone against my wall and scream into my hands.

Why did he have to pick Amber to cheat on me with?

The one girl that can make me feel insecure is the one girl that Cory screws behind my back.

My tears turn into audible sobs. I try to suffocate myself into the pillow, hoping to suffocate the pain.

Those tears carry me to sleep, where nightmares await me.

"Paige, get up! We're going to be late for school!" Peyton screams as he's knocking on my door.

I wake up, and for a minute, I'm at peace. That minute ends too soon. Sadness overwhelms me as I remember the last twenty-four hours. The whimper in my head tells me that my wolf, Ash, feels the pain as well. Of course, she does. She's a part of me.

I consider staying in bed, but there's something about staying at home that doesn't sit right with me. I want to go to school. I want to show Amber and Cory that they didn't hurt me that badly. It doesn't matter if that's a total lie. They don't have to know the truth.

This desire to prove them wrong is the only thing that pushes me to climb out of bed and get ready for school.

Looking at the clock, I know I have exactly thirty minutes before I have to leave.

Guess I'll just skip that shower. I'd rather concentrate on covering up the evidence of my pain.

I go to my closet and pick out some ripped jeans with a low v neck shirt.

Simple, but enough to show Cory what he's missing.

Seriously, Paige? Ash's voice booms inside my aching head.


Why do we want to show him what he's missing? Leave it alone.

For a wolf, she hates confrontation, or maybe that's a trait she picked up from me.

He hurt us, and we can't let that stand.

Ugh, he's probably not even our mate. Why should we care so much?

Because I loved him, I admit.

A mistake I won't make again.

Ash, understanding the pain of betrayal, retreats to the back of my mind, leaving me to stun Cory alone.

I get dressed, adding a push-up bra to make my cleavage look extra nice today. It's always a nice revenge to show a guy something he can't have. I go to the bathroom to add some natural makeup, only applying mascara to my big, green eyes and some blush to make my pale skin look a little more alive. My auburn hair is still twisted in yesterday's braid. I release it and watch my strands fall into nice red waves. Loving the look, I skip the brush and add some hairspray.

"Paige! Let's go!"

"Okay, okay! Chill out." I reply, not hiding my annoyance with my twin.

Twins are uncommon among werewolves. Boy/girl twins are even more rare, but here we are.

I open the door, and there my twin brother stands. I look at him, and even though we are twins, we look so different. He looks more like my father with his golden-brown strands and big brown eyes. Standing at 6', he towers over my 5'6 frame. That still doesn't stop me from snapping at him.

"What is your problem today?"

"I have business to deal with."

I see a glint in his eyes, and I know he's planning something. I wonder what it is, but I don't ask. The less I know, the better. Plausible deniability.

He opens the front door, and the chill of this October morning hits me. October is usually my favorite month. The leaves, the pumpkins, the undeniable energy of mystery in the air. Today, October is bleak though. I pull open the door to my black sedan and sit in the driver's seat. I'm stuck taking Peyton to school now, too, since our parents took away his car for underage drinking. For wolves, our parents are strict. My parents run the pack and us like we have some remarkable thing to live up to. We are a small pack of one-hundred and fifty, but we border a bigger pack, Aurora Flame. They have double the amount members.

I turn the car out of the driveway and head toward school. My heart panics as we get closer. I don't know why I'm letting Cory have this much power over me. It's school. I shouldn't be afraid of it because of him.

"Paige! Watch out!" I was so lost in thought that I didn't see the car brake in front of us. I stop just in time, though I regret it when I see whose car it is. Amber's.

"Ugh. I should've hit her!"

"Yeah, probably should've. Though Dad would kill you."

I think about it, and he's right. Amber is the Beta's daughter, and that earns her a soft spot in my dad's heart. That's why I haven't told Dad or Mom what Cory did. My mom would probably point out the ways Amber is better than me, and my dad's heart would be crushed. I can't tell him he doesn't really know his goddaughter. I sigh and pull into a parking spot. Peyton barely waits for me to park before hopping out of the car and running off. I rest my head on the steering wheel, trying to muster up the courage to go into school. There's a loud knock on my door. Startled, I look up to see my best friend, Valerie. I sigh and exit my car.

"Well, d*mn girl. You trying to jump into someone else's bed already?" Valerie says, eyeing my tight jeans and revealing top.

"Yeah, the best way to get over someone is to get under someone else. Isn't that what they say?"

I roll my eyes. I can't even imagine letting someone else near me right now. What's the point? They will just leave. Sensing my sadness, Valerie links arms with me as we walk in through the large wooden doors that greet us into school.

"Did you talk to him?"

"I told him I knew, but he said nothing."

"Not even to apologize?"

"Not even to apologize."

Chapter 2

Paige's POV

Tears threaten to spill, but I refuse to let them. I'm not spending another second crying over that dickhead. Arriving at class, Valerie and I take seats next to her mate, Thomas. I'm glad that Cory doesn't have any classes with me, and I won't have to see him or Amber until lunchtime.

The hours seem to have flown by when the lunch bell rings. The loud ring causes me to groan. My stomach rumbling tells me I'm not allowed to skip lunch. I slowly make my way to the cafeteria, smelling that chicken wraps are on the menu long before I get to the doors. I go through the line and scan the room for my best friend and her mate, finding them in the very back locked in a make-out session. I roll my eyes. Mates can't help themselves around one another.

Thomas and Valerie only found each other about three months ago. Valerie turned eighteen, and Thomas was the new kid in the pack. They've been inseparable ever since. Even with my heartbreak, I can't help but admit

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