Alpha Xavier

Taking risks was never part of lily's life, until the day she took the biggest risk of her life. The risk that led her straight into the monsters claws.

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1. Chapter 1

Running has never been my favorite thing, but you're always forced to do it in school. No matter who you are, you will always run one time or another doing your school years. We never think about how it will help us or how we may need to run in the future we just think about getting out of it in the moment. I've never regretted that until the moment I needed it the most. I guess that's what life is all about; learning from your mistakes.

I just wish I knew it was a mistake sooner. 

My lungs were killing me, the adrenalin I was running of had started to wear of. My legs were so heavy, I didn't even know how I was moving. But I kept going because stopping was not an option. A loud roar that could probably be heard a mile away, came from just a few yards behind me. I turned my head and saw only two red eyes and black blur. It was coming closer I turned my head back around just in time to see the ground disappear beneath my feet. I let out a scream and tried to avoid the inevitable, but it was to late I fell down the hill. 

The worst part wasn't even the pain it was knowing that it was all over now, I knew I was trapped, I knew in that moment that all of my efforts to escape was a waste. That's when it all went black

Waking up isn't really a fun thing, but waking up bound to a chair is never a fun thing. It wasn't much of a surprise, of course the whole where am I thing freaked me out, but I knew why I was bound. I heard stories about it happening on this territory, rouges getting caught, interrogated, tortured and so much more but those are all horror stories meant to keep us away. And what's life without taking a chance, so I leaped on a bit of faith, and took a chance. To bad not all the risk we take in life pan out the way we want it to. 

The room was dark but there was still some light coming from a window, but there was some kind of fabric over it so the only thing it did was letting light in. it was concrete floors, and there was a door of metal like those doors designed to keep fire out of a room. I sat there for hours, I only knew it had been hours because of the light, it had dimed to light that looked like something from the moon. 

I sad there just looking at wall, I was hungry, scared, thirsty and my whole body hurt like I had been run over by a truck. I knew it would heal soon but the pain was excruciating. I don't know how long I sat there until he came in, it could have been minutes, hours I don't know but I wish it had been longer. 

"The alpha didn't have time to deal with you, so I get the pleasure of doing it." He was build, mid twenties, brown hair, brown eyes and he had the scariest look in his eyes like he was dead inside. They say that eyes are the windows to the soul, but when I looked into his eyes he looked dead inside. I kept looking at him waiting for him to disappear, to just be a hallucination. But he never did disappear. 

"A simple question, if you answer it correct you can go if not the games will begin." He said with a smirk on his face. I looked at him waiting for the question that would tell my future. "what were you doing on our territory rouge?" I looked at him for a while choosing my words carefully to make sure that I don't disrespect him. "I was just passing through", I finally just said. He looked at me and smirked, he even looked happy about my answer. "Wrong answer" he said and swung his fist at my face. The pain exploded across my cheek, I let out a scream of pain. "Please I'm telling the truth," I begged in between the sobs that escaped. He just laughed in my face, "tell me the real reason why you are here!" I began shaking my head back and forth "I already told you why I'm here, I was just passing through!" I yelled and cried at the same time. 

He hit me again and again and again, until I couldn't even remember what it felt like to not feel pain until I couldn't tell the difference between my imagination and the real world. Until I blacked out again. 

When I woke up again I was tied to the celling hanging in chains, my feet were dangling a few inches from the floor. It was the same room or at least it looked like it. The door opened behind me, the footsteps were slow like he didn't have anything important to do, like he didn't need to be anywhere but here. Which was what I feared that he just had time for me and no one else. 

"Are you ready to tell me what you really are doing here, why you ran from us" he said in nearly a growl. "I told you, I was just passing through." I said almost pleading him to believe me.  He took a swing at my stomach, he did it again, and again and then he stopped and looked at me. "It's sad that you have to die, you're such a beauty." He said with a smirk. "Tell me why you're here and I'll let you die now without anymore pain" he said without even the slightest emotion. "I told you I was just passing through!" I almost screamed at him but I didn't have much of a voice anymore without water and being locked in a cold room. 

He started hitting me again and again until I couldn't breath until the only thing I wished for was a sweet release. 

He stopped after a while just looking at me, "when you black out again I'll wake you with ice water. I'll wait an hour just to get you a little more rested so I can beat you longer next time. And when you think you're going to die I'll let you rest and then I'll start all over again." He said with an evil smile on his face. 

Tears started to fall down my face, I closed my eyes and cried for all the things I had missed out on. My mate, a pack, a family, happiness and so much more.      

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