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Triplet Alphas Gifted Luna Chapter 13 by desirenovel

Triplet Alphas Gifted Luna Chapter 13 by desirenovel

Shock

Half an hour later, Misty pulled off to the shoulder of the road.

“So?” Thea said.

“Im not sure how to explain this. You’re so perfect. You’re kind, strong, and beautiful. I’ve always thought so. Everyone likes you. At the Talent Show, I couldn’t keep my eyes off you. My heart was racing. I’m sure everyone could smell me. I hoped that maybe you were like me, and that’s why the triplets were your best friends, and you never dated anyone, but now you’re with the triplets. Xavier said what he said, and I jumped on the bandwagon. I think it was instinct to try to hide my feelings.”

“What do you mean?” Thea said.

“Im in love with you.” Misty wrung her hands in her lap, letting her platinum blonde hair hide her face.

Thea’s eyebrows lifted in shock. She shook her head. “What?”

“Are you disgusted?”

“No. I’m shocked. The way you treated me, the things you said—it’s difficult to reconcile with having feelings for me. I feel like I have whiplash.”
“I’m so sorry I was the cause of you getting attacked today,” Misty said, her blue eyes lifting to meet Thea’s.

“The boys are responsible for that. It shouldn’t matter what rumors go around about someone. Sexual assault is sexual assault.” Misty nodded. “ Does anyone know you’ re gay?”

“ No.”

“You’re afraid for people to find out?”

“YES”

“That’s why you said what you said.”

“I thought if I bad-mouthed you, no one would see that I wanted you.” °:

“I m sorry you felt like you needed to hide.”

“It’s no excuse for my behavior.”

“I get it, though,” Thea said. “I was confused why you were saying those things. I thought we were friendly, even if we didn’t hang out. I’m glad you told me. Can I ask how long you’ve felt this way?”

“I think ever since I first saw you. You stand out from the crowd. You glow.”

“Have you had crushes on other girls?” Thea said.

“Not crushes. I’ll think someone is cute, but no feelings. I have the normal celebrity crushes, but those aren’t real either. It’s difficult to look at anyone else when the perfect woman is right in front of you.” Misty paused. “You’ve only ever

feelings for the triplets, right?”

“Yeah.”

“You’ve never thought about girls that way?”

“I’ve never thought about anyone except the triplets. Have you ever thought about boys that way?”

“I tried. I’ve gone on dates and made out, and I feel nothing. Well, honestly, I felt kind of disgusted.”

Thea nodded, thinking. Misty’s emotions were so intense she could practically feel them.

“I,” Misty stopped herself.

“What?”

“I would dream about shifting and finding out we were mates. Then maybe we could be together. I know it can’t happen. Matebonds are for procreation. Same-sex mates don’t happen. I was born wrong. Maybe someone cursed me. Ugh, I say one thing, and now all this is just flooding out.”

“There’s nothing wrong with you, Misty. If you’re gay, it’s because you’re gay. Not a curse. The moon goddess wouldn’t do that.” She felt something in her gut. “I don’t believe the moon goddess would make you be with someone you couldn’t love. I believe she makes same-sex matebonds, and we just don’t hear about it because people are too afraid.”

“Goddess, you’re so perfect. I know you’re with the future Alphas, so why would you even consider anyone else, but I can’t helpit. I want to kiss you. I want to know if you could feel anything for me.”

Thea bit her lip.

“I can’t cheat on them,” Thea said. Misty nodded.
“That doesn’t mean we can’t hang out and be friends.”

Misty nodded. “Yeah. I’d like that.”

“You know if you do want to come out, I’ll support you. I’1l be by your side if you want me there.”

Misty smiled at her. “Thanks.”

They made it back for the last class of the day, but Thea couldn’t concentrate.

“Hey, can you guys cover training alone today?” Thea asked the triplets on their way home.

“Sure. What’s up?”

“I need to take care of something. I’l] talk to you about it tonight.”

The triplets went to the training field, and Thea went to the Alpha’s office and knocked.

“Come in.”

She opened the door. “Alpha, sir?”

“Yes, Thea, come in. I’ve meant to call you in for a chat,” Alpha Ulric said.

“What is it, sir?”

“I wanted to let you know that I spoke with Alpha Knight. He was horrified by what I told him about Xavier. My understanding is that he’s been locked in their dungeons since that day.”

“He hasn’t been at school. No one knew why.”

“Alpha Knight wasn’t sure how the punishment would go. He can’t have the future Alpha abusing his Alpha tone to rape she-wolves. He’s investigating to see the extent of his wrongdoing, and he’s hoping Xavier will use this time as an opportunity to see the error of his ways. If he doesn’t change, he’ll be publicly shamed and stripped of his title.”

Thea gasped.

“Don’t you dare feel sorry for him, Thea. Alpha Knight is a good man, and he raised Xavier to be better. He can pass the title to his younger son. If Xavier isn’t fit, he isn’t fit. Better to know now before he runs the pack into the ground.”

She nodded. “Yes, sir.”

He paused for a brief moment. “How are you doing, Thea?”

She took a deep breath in and blew it out. “Good, sir.”

He nodded. “What was it you came here about?”

“Sir, [want to make a formal request and bring something to your attention.”

“Sounds serious.”

“I think it is.”

“By all means, go ahead,” he said.

“I believe the matebond is being taught incorrectly. It’s harmful to some.”

“Go on.”

“Specifically, for same-sex couplings.”

“I’ ve never heard of a same-sex matebond.”

“I think that’s because people are too afraid to be openly gay. They reject their goddess-given mates for fear of being ostracized. How many people pretended they never found their mates and lived their lives unfulfilled? We need to include it in classes. We need to change the culture. They need to know they’re accepted because, Sir, if the goddess ordains it, it can’t be wrong.”

Alpha Ulric nodded.

“We need to create a safe space for them to find their mates and encourage people to accept them, not reject them. We could open a gay bar for werewolves. People could come from all over and up their chances at finding their mates. It could be good for the pack too. Bring in revenue, give pack members jobs.”

A smile grew on the Alpha’s face as she spoke. “ You’ve convinced me. What do you need from me?”

“Really?”

He nodded.

“Your support in revising the matebond curriculum at school,” Thea said.

“No problem. I can set up a meeting with the teachers and administrators.”

“Is there someone you can recommend for me to talk to about business? Who would work with me to figure out what we need to get a bar going? I’ve taken business classes, but we all know class isn’t the same as experience.”

He smiled proudly. “Davie. He has the best business acumen. I’ll set up a meeting.”

“Thank you, sir.”

“I’m proud of you, Thea.”

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