Alpha Bully

By: Sam Crescent


He thought about everything he’d gain as his parents stepped back. This time he didn’t stop. His back broke as he was snapped in half. Screaming out, he let everything go.

Mate.

Love.

Respect.

Pack.

Loyalty.

“That’s it, son. You’re almost there.”

Marshall growled again as the pain intensified. Everything burned as if he was stood in the center of hell with no way of escaping. Did he want to escape?

“He’s falling back, Luke.”

Something grabbed the back of his head. “You will turn this time, Marshall, or so help me God, I will make sure you don’t have a choice.”

The power of the alpha washed over his body.

“Come on, son, please. You’re scaring your mother, and you’re scaring me.”

For his father, his alpha to admit that, Marshall knew he couldn’t escape. He didn’t want to hurt his mother or have her worrying. Sinking himself into the pain of the moment.

Mate.

Love.

Respect.

Pack.

Loyalty.

Mate.

Love.

Respect.

Pack.

Loyalty.

Mate.

Love.

Respect.

Pack.

Loyalty.

He kept repeating the same words over and over again in his head. Finally, something exploded, and the pain simply faded as he collapsed to the ground.

“Luke, he did it.”

Closing his eyes, Marshall let sleep claim him.

****

When Marshall opened his eyes, he looked toward the single basement window to find it was dark outside. Glancing down his body, he saw he was back in human form. Had it all been a dream? Then he saw that his body was different, bigger, larger, more muscular than before.

“Your mother’s fixing you some soup.”

His father sat in the corner on a single chair in the room. Sitting up, Marshall brought his knees up to his chest.

“Hey,” Marshall said. His voice was croaky, hoarse. “Did I, erm, did I imagine it?”

“No. You changed, son. You went through your transition, and now you’ve got nothing to worry about. It will hurt at first, but as you transition more, you’ll no longer feel pain but exhilaration.”

He nodded, rubbing at his eyes. His senses were clearer. There was a spider in the room. He heard it running across the floor.

“You’re going to spend the rest of the summer becoming aware and dealing with your senses.”

“Did everyone make it through the transition?” He thought about the rest of the pack that were due to change this summer.

Some young wolves couldn’t handle the immense pain or the continued bone shattering. They simply didn’t make it and died.

“Arnold, he lost his daughter Samantha. She gave up,” Luke said.

“Jack?” Marshall didn’t know what he’d do without his best friend.

“Jack made it through. He says you owe him and he’ll never forget this shit.”

Marshall chuckled. What he owed him was probably some help at getting him some pussy. Jack liked sex, loved the chase of it. “Okay.”

“You can’t see him for a long time. His father and I both agree you need to harness your new skills. If you don’t, it could get you killed.”

“I could just flunk out of high school.”

“We’ve got a lot of power, but magic isn’t one of them. You still need to keep your presence a secret from the human world.”

“Why don’t you say I’m being homeschooled?”

“You wanted the same life I had, Marshall. I studied amongst humans and learned to be with them. I’ve kept us all safe, and I’m passing that legacy onto you.”

Marshall nodded, inhaling the fresh tomato soup smell that came to him. His mother was walking close by.

The door to the basement opened seconds later.

The tomato scent intensified, and his stomach growled with hunger.

“Hey, honey,” Carla said.

“Hey, Mom.” He offered a smile. Marshall couldn’t give her anything else. He was still too exhausted from the transformation into his wolf form.

“I’m so proud of you.” She crouched down, gripping his head to lay a kiss against his temple. “Here’s some food. I know, I know, it’s not your favorite and there’s no chocolate, but trust me when I say, you do not want chocolate right now. It’ll make you vomit.”

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