Caught Between Two Alphas [Book One In The Alpha Series]

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#1st In the Alpha series. Cassidy moved into a new town when she turned 16 because her parents feared that living in the city would uncover her secret. In no time, she gets involved in the rivalry between Layton and Zeverus. The Problem: Layton and Zeverus hate each other and are from rival werewolf packs. Cassidy doesn’t know what they are. She notices that Layton, Zeverus and their friends are secretive and probably hiding something. While trying to uncover what is happening with the two guys, keeping her friendship with Zeverus, and holding a strange relationship with Layton- Cassidy gets caught between two Alphas.

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I was certain today would be full of bad luck. It was my first day of school. My parents had already gone to work when I woke up. My alarm did a horrid job at waking me up this morning. Instead of being quicker when getting ready, I was taking longer with anything I did.

I blamed it all on accidentally oversleeping two hours.

I was on my way to school thinking of how sleepy I felt, how crappy this new school would probably be, and how dumb I was for forgetting to eat breakfast.

I was usually hungry in the morning. If I didn’t eat, I would get cranky until I did.

It didn’t come as a surprise when I got lost a few times on the way. I checked my phone to see it was already nine in the morning by the time I slipped into the school’s parking lot.

‘The teachers would definitely love me for being an hour late the first day of school,’ I sarcastically thought to myself.

I was walking as fast as I could toward the main building. When my messenger bag started giving me trouble, I tried adjusting it to my side. Since I was too distracted with my bag, I only looked up in time to see a guy running past me trying to get inside the door.

As he passed me, his shoulder shoved me out of the way. I wasn’t expecting him to be so strong, or his push to carry so much force. I only felt as I fell on my butt, down to the ground.

It took me a while to zone in on what had happened. The guy stopped on his tracks and looked down at me, as I tried to sit up from the awkward position I was in.

“Hey, are you okay?” He asked, kneeling down in front of me. He was looking at me with a concerned expression, trying to check if I was hurt.

I hadn’t really paid attention to him, but when I noticed his appearance, I was slightly stunned. He had clean features, with blonde hair and light brown eyes. It was obvious he was built. His muscles stood out from his blue polo shirt. Overall, he was something nice to look at.

After a few moments of gawking at him, I felt stupid for checking him while he was looking at me worriedly.

“I’m fine,” I answered softly, dusting myself off.

“Here let me help you.” He offered his hand and I took it, trying to put most of the weight on myself.

“I’m Jared, by the way,” he told me, still holding my hand even though I was already on my feet.

“Cassidy,” I replied, trying to remove my hand from his. His grip was strong but it didn’t bother me as much as it should.

“I probably should’ve introduced myself before knocking you down,” he said.

I couldn’t help but chuckle at his words.

“It probably would’ve been better not getting knocked down at all. I was expecting an unlucky day anyways. Don’t worry, you just proved me right.”

I headed into the main building. Just before reaching the door, Jared opened it and gestured for me to go.

“Ladies first,” he said, while flashing me a smile and walking in after me.

“Thank you. I guess chivalry isn’t dead, if I forget the last minutes when you knocked me down.”

“I am really sorry about that,” he apologized, with a sheepish grin.

“So you’re expecting bad luck today?”

“So far, I’ve been proven right about that.”

“Maybe I can make your day better,” Jared said, smirking at me as we walked by classrooms full of students.

I honestly had no idea where we were going. I was walking aimlessly trying to find any sign of the office. My parents had called about me coming in today, but I hadn’t really been there before.

“I’m sure you can. If you keep it up, I might end up with a black eye and a few broken bones by the end of the day.”

“You have so little faith in me,” he said, holding a hand to his heart and giving me a playful sad look.

I laughed at him and shook my head. He was charming, I couldn’t argue with that.

“Are you new?” Jared asked. He was walking by my side, with his hands in his pockets, looking at me every so often.

“Is it obvious?” I questioned.

I took out my phone to see it was 9:30. I’d arrived at school half hour ago, but I couldn’t explain where that time had gone.

“I wouldn’t say it was obvious, but if you were a student here, I would know. There is no way I would have missed you,” Jared said, giving me a cocky grin.

I gave in to a smile, but couldn’t help rolling my eyes at his flirting.

After pointlessly walking around for five minutes, I finally reached the office.

“This is my stop,” I told him, stopping outside the glass windows that were next to the office.

“You’re getting your schedule?”

“I’m actually enrolling. So, I’ll probably be a while.”

“That’s cool. Maybe I’ll see you at lunch?”

I nodded and waved at him as I entered the office. He stayed outside the windows for a little while, before making his way to whatever class he was going to.