The Alpha's Midnight Bites

The Alpha's Midnight Bites

  • Genre: Werewolf
  • Author: Zellflyn
  • Chapters: 9
  • Status: Ongoing
  • Age Rating: 18+
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"You're my fated Luna, Maxine. The moon goddess has chosen us to be together, but I can't...I can't accept that." Maxine felt her heart skip a beat. She had heard about fated mates, but she had never thought that it would happen to her. She didn't know how to feel about Clevio being her fated mate. On one hand, she was drawn to him, but on the other hand, he was rude and cold towards her. "Why can't you accept it?" she asked, her voice barely above a whisper.Clevio looked at her, his eyes intense. "Because I don't want to hurt you. Being with me is dangerous, Maxine. I'm the Alpha of my pack, and my enemies will use you to get to me. I can't put you in that kind of danger." From the moment Clevio and Maxine meet, they feel a strong connection between them, one that is undeniable and impossible to ignore. However, when the time comes for Clevio to accept Maxine as his mate, he rejects her, going against the will of the Moon Goddess and shattering Maxine's heart in the process.Despite his rejection, Maxine remains fiercely loyal to Clevio and his pack, but she cannot deny the intense longing she feels for her Alpha. As danger looms on the horizon and their pack is threatened by enemies both within and without, Clevio and Maxine must confront their feelings for each other and come together to protect their pack and their love. As the full moon rises and passions ignite, Clevio and Maxine must navigate their complicated relationship and the challenges that come with being a werewolf couple in a world full of danger and intrigue. Will they be able to overcome their differences and embrace their destiny as fated mates, or will their love be doomed to fail?

Chapter 1: Under The Moonlight

As soon as Maxine stepped into the clearing, she was able to feel her heart beating rapidly in her chest. She was aware that she shouldn't be here, but the pull of the full moon was too strong for her to ignore. It was luring her in, pulling her deeper into the forest, where the werewolves of the pack were allowed to run free.

As she proceeded further into the clearing, she became aware of the sound of rustling leaves and the breaking of twigs underfoot. When she realized that she wasn't the only one, her heart began to race. She whirled around to start running, but it was already too late. Clevio, the pack's alpha, had picked up on her scent and was rapidly closing the distance between them.

When Maxine felt his warm breath on the back of her neck, she froze up completely. As he spoke, she could sense his imposing physique towering over her, and his tone of voice was deep and authoritative.

He hissed at her, "What the hell are you doing here, Maxine?"

Maxine drew in a slow breath as she prepared herself mentally for what was about to happen. She was aware that she needed to exercise caution because Clevio was not your average werewolf. He was the fiercest and most powerful leader in the pack, and he commanded both respect and loyalty from all those who followed him. He was the Alpha.

She responded while attempting to keep her voice steady by saying, "I couldn't resist the call of the full moon." "I am well aware that I should not be here, but I was powerless to stop myself."

Clevio let out a snort, and his scalding breath blew over her neck. "It's a good thing I came across you first, before anyone else did. You are aware of the risks associated with going into the forest by yourself at night."

Maxine gave a satisfied nod and immediately felt a sigh of relief wash over her. She was well aware that she had pushed her luck this time and that it had been a foolish decision for her to come here by herself. She was aware that she had been extremely fortunate to escape unharmed because she had heard tales of werewolves attacking humans who trespassed on their territory and she knew that she had been attacked by werewolves.

"I know," she said, barely raising her voice above a whisper. "I know." "I won't make that mistake again."

Clevio took a step backward as he surveyed her appearance with his eyes. In the end, he simply said, "Good." "I'll accompany you as we make our way back to the edge of the woods. It is not wise for you to be out here by yourself at this hour."

Maxine acknowledged his assistance with a grateful nod. She quickly fell into step next to him while simultaneously concentrating her eyes on the ground in front of her. She was acutely aware of his gaze as it followed her around, analyzing her every action. She was aware that there was a reason he was the Alpha, and that he had the ability to sense things about her that no one else did.

Maxine couldn't help but feel awe and respect for Clevio as they made their way through the forest together, and she couldn't shake the feeling. He was a ferocious and powerful leader, one who commanded respect and admiration from all of those who followed him. She was aware that he was a formidable opponent due to the fact that she had previously listened to accounts of his valor and strength.

Maxine couldn't shake the feeling that there was something else there as they reached the edge of the forest and Clevio turned to leave, but she couldn't quite put her finger on what it was either. She was aware that she would need to exercise extreme caution when she was in the presence of the Alpha because he was a complicated and powerful man who held the destiny of their pack in his own hands.

Maxine could feel a growing sense of tension between them as they made their way back to the forest's edge. She was aware that Clevio was observing her in order to gain a comprehension of who she was and what it was that she desired.

After a moment of awkward silence, he finally spoke up and asked, "Are you new to the area?"

Maxine acknowledged the small talk with a grateful nod. "Yes, it's only been a few weeks since I moved in here. I desired a change of scenery and to escape the hustle and bustle of the city."

Clevio nodded as he continued to look around at the various trees in the area. "That makes perfect sense to me. This location is tranquil and peaceful, making it an ideal spot to begin again."

Maxine gave a satisfied nod, finally able to breathe a sigh of relief. She was concerned that Clevio would be upset with her for venturing into the forest, but he seemed more interested in getting to know her than he was in being angry with her for doing so.

Before Clevio broke their silence, they had walked together for a few minutes in silence. "I have observed that you are not donning any sort of odor-blocking clothing. You must be aware that it is foolish to enter the woods without bringing a weapon, right?"

Maxine was so self-conscious that she couldn't help but shake her head. "I had no idea about that. Because I am new to all of this, I am still gaining knowledge."

Clevio nodded as he continued to look around at the various trees in the area. "You need to exercise extreme caution. The scent of a human can draw the attention of other werewolves in the area, which may not be desirable."

Maxine nodded, although she was experiencing a feeling of unease. She knew it was foolish of her to enter the forest without a scent blocker because she had heard tales of werewolves attacking humans who got too close to their territory. She also knew it was foolish of her to come into the forest without a scent blocker.

She said, while making an effort to keep her voice steady, "I'll make it a point to wear one the next time." "I don't want to make things more difficult for anyone."

Clevio nodded, his gaze remaining fixed on the trees in the area around them. "Good. We don't want there to be any conflict in this region."

They continued their stroll in silence for a few more minutes before Clevio broke the silence with another sentence. "It has come to my attention that you have a peculiar fascination with wooded areas. Do you feel a strong connection to the land that you live on?"

Maxine gave a satisfied nod, finally able to breathe a sigh of relief. She had been concerned that Clevio would be upset with her for venturing into the forest, but he appeared to be genuinely interested in getting to know her better.

"I do," she replied, keeping her tone low. "I have a strong sense of kinship with the natural world, particularly with the earth and the moon. I'm not sure why, but I have the distinct impression that this is my home."

Clevio nodded as he continued to look around at the various trees in the area. "I understand. There is something about the forest that has the ability to captivate all of us and to link us to something that is more important than ourselves."

Maxine nodded, and she could feel a connection to the Alpha growing stronger. She was aware of his status as a powerful and well-respected leader, but she also had the impression that there was something else about him—something that drew her closer to him.

Maxine began to experience a growing sense of unease within herself as they continued to walk. She was well aware that she was putting herself in danger by getting so close to the Alpha, but she was unable to fight off the attraction that the moon and the natural world had on her. She had an overwhelming desire to be with Clevio, as if their destinies were connected in some way.

As they approached the forest's edge, Clevio turned to her with a serious expression on his face. His eyes were focused. "Watch your step," was the advice he gave. This location should be avoided at all costs because there are forces at play here that you are unable to see.

Maxine gave a small nod, despite the growing anxiety that was washing over her. She was aware that the forest presented a number of challenges, but she was unprepared for how severe those challenges could be.

Her voice was barely audible above a whisper when she said, "I'll be careful." "I really appreciate you walking me back to the car."

Chapter 2: The Alpha's Struggle

Maxine couldn't stop thinking about Clevio after their encounter in the forest. She felt drawn to him, but at the same time, she was scared of him. She didn't understand his behavior towards her. He was rude and cold, yet she could sense that there was something more there, something that she couldn't quite put her finger on.

She decided to go to the local bar to try to take her mind off of things. As she walked in, she was surprised to see Clevio sitting at the bar, a drink in his hand. She hesitated for a moment before walking over to him.

"Can I buy you a drink?" she asked, trying to be friendly.

Clevio looked at her, his expression unreadable. "I don't think that's a good idea," he said, his voice cold.

Maxine felt a pang of hurt. She didn't understand why he was being so rude to her. "Is everything okay?" she asked, trying to keep her voice steady.

Clevio sighed, his expression softening s


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