Life with the pack is certainly different. But not in a bad way. I like it. I have all the backup I could ever ask for. And the pack is truly supportive of me. Plus, I have Dom. And honestly, I’d trade it all for him. Because he’s the best thing to ever happen to me. He sees me in a way that I’ve never seen myself. He makes me feel special. What more could a girl ask for?
My knee jiggles nervously as we sit at the diner. Dom’s alpha is on his way to meet me. And I’m possibly more nervous than I ever have been in my life.
I’ve just gotten out of the shower and am sitting on my bed, robe covering me and damp hair trailing down my back, when someone knocks at my room door.
“Ok, Sweetheart, you’ll take off Daddy’s pants. Do you think you can do that for me?” Collin asks.
After heading back to the hotel from the diner, I decide to take a shower. I step out of my jeans, and lacy blue undies, and toss my shirt and grey bra somewhere behind me. I hear the wolf whistle, and remember that I have a guest now. My cheeks bloom red, and I duck my head, as I make my way into the bathroom.
I look up at the tall spire of the ivy covered building and feel a light smile tug at my lips. I’ve been waiting for this day my whole life. Craine University is the place I’ve dreamed of coming for a long time. It has the best literature program in the country. And I’m lucky to be here. Very lucky. Only about one percent of the people who apply get into CU and I’m one of this year’s one percent. The campus is larger than I thought, sitting in the forest on a sprawling plot of green land. Trees are in full bloom all around the campus, and flowers poke up in raised beds on various areas all around. All the buildings are old, ivy covered, brick, and solid oak. The sidewalks are cobblestone, and even stepping through the front gates feels like stepping back in time two centuries.