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Triplet Alphas Gifted Luna Chapter 67 by desirenovel

Triplet Alphas Gifted Luna Chapter 67 by desirenovel

Being a Wolf?

“Uh, hi,” she said.

“Thea?” the one with the crew cut said.

“That’s my name, right?”

The triplets looked sad, but they nodded.

“And we’re all werewolves?” she said.

They nodded, hopeful.

“Okay, so the voice in my head is telling the truth.”

“You have your wolf? You can hear her?” the long-haired one said.

“That’s what she keeps saying.” Thea got back in her bed “What has she told you?” the one with the messy pompadour said.

“Some weird stuff, but right now, she wants me to mark you, whatever that means. It seems really important to her.”

They smiled in relief.

“What are your names?” Thea said.

“I’m Alaric,” the one with the crew cut said.

“Conri,” the one with the long hair said.

“Kaiser,” the one with the messy pompadour said.

A shiver of pleasure shot through her as each one said his name. She felt like she could trust them. She also felt a strong desire to take them all to bed. “Woah,” she thought. “That’s inappropriate. I don’t even know them. I should not be thinking about that.”

Alaric tried not to smile. Conri looked frustrated.

Kaiser looked stoic.

“Yes, you do know them,” Zoe said. “That’s the mate pull. You’re supposed to be together. You were made for each other.”

“I don’t know what that means,” Thea thought.

“This is too much.” Thea felt antsy. Like she needed to move, or she might jump these gorgeous men.

“You want to go for a run? See what it’s like to be a wolf?” Zoe said.

“Um,” Thea said out loud. “My wolf, Zoe, wants to go for a run. Is that possible?”

“Yeah,” Alaric said. “We’ll show you the way.”

Thea followed the triplets out of the infirmary. A group of serious-looking men with matching tight crew cuts sat in the hall, and they stood up as Thea passed them. They followed Thea and the triplets outside and towards the woods. She could feel their eyes on her. It made the hair on her neck stand up. When it was clear they weren’t going to stop following her, she spun around and yelled.

“Hey, back off!” She felt something flow through her into the words.

The men looked stunned as her Alpha tone compelled them to take a step back Thea saw the confusion and surprise in their faces. Maybe they didn’t have nefarious intentions.

“Why are you following me?” she said in a regular voice.

“That’s Delta team. They’re your guards,” Conri said.

“Why do I need guards?”

“It’s a long story,” Alaric said. “But you do need them.”

“Remember that goddess gift I mentioned?” Zoe said in her mind.

“Right. And the bad people who want it,” Thea thought.

“These are the good guys who protect you from the bad ones. Be nice to them,” Zoe said.

“I’m sorry,” Thea said to the group of big muscular men. “It’s alarming when strangers follow you. What are your names?”

“I’m Liam,” the sandy blonde-haired one said.

“Owen,” the dirty blonde-haired man said.

“Chase.” He had brown hair.

“Hunter.” He had light brown hair.

“You’re going to keep following me around?” Thea said.

They nodded, still a little stunned.

“It’s kind of a twenty-four-seven situation,” Conri said. “They’ll switch off with other Delta team members later.”

“Okay,” Thea said. “That’s going to take some getting used to.”

“Are you ready to keep going?” Alaric said.

“Sure,” Thea said.

They continued toward the woods.

“Okay, Thea,” Zoe said. “This is going to hurt the first time, but just relax and let me do it, and it will go smoother.”

“Go for it, voice in my head,” she thought.

Zoe took control of her body and pushed Thea to the back of their mind. Joints started popping, bones cracking. Thea was scared but also intrigued. She didn’t believe anything would happen and was shocked when they landed on all fours. Her sight and hearing were different. She watched all the men morph into wolves too.

“What the hell?” Thea thought. “Wolves. Werewolves.” She looked down, and instead of human feet, she saw paws. “Isn’t that something?”

“Thea? You in there?” Alaric said in her head.

“Yeah. How are you talking to me?” Thea thought.

“Mind link. We can all talk to each other,” Kaiser said.

“Sure. Why not? As if this day couldn’t get any weirder,” Thea thought.

“Werewolves in the same pack can mind link and talk to each other,” Conri said. “Mates can hear each other’s thoughts.”

“You can read my thoughts? Can I block that?”

Thea felt the sadness from each triplet when she said that.

“Yes,” Zoe said. “With your mates, you’re always open, so you have to close it. It’s like you choose to ignore them, and that puts up the wall.”

She realized they heard her thoughts about taking them to bed. That’s what they were reacting to earlier.

“Can I block hearing other people’s voices too?” Thea thought.

“Yes,” Zoe said. “Same kind of thing. You ignore it, and it shuts off. Think of them again, and it will turn back on.”

“Okay.”

The triplets were standing next to each other in wolf form. Zoe walked in front of them, going down the line and rubbing up against their chests. Thea felt the sparks erupt wherever they touched. Zoe turned around and did it again the other way. The triplet wolves sniffed her, and she took off into the woods. They followed close behind. Thea let Zoe do her thing. She was mesmerized by the sights of the woods flying past them. The smells. The feel of the wind in her fur.

It was amazing, and those triplets smelled divine. She wanted to get closer to them.

“I know,” Zoe said. “They were made for us.”

Zoe came to a halt and faced the triplets. The Delta team circled them from a distance. Zoe ignored them and focused on the triplets. They mind linked while they chased each other around, getting to know each other. They rubbed up against each other to get their scents on each other. They wrestled and played. Eventually, the human sides got impatient, and the wolves ran back to the pack house. They shifted back to their human forms.

“Ah! You didn’t tell me I’d be naked, Zoe!” Thea thought as she tried to cover herself.

“Oh, yeah. You get used to it.”

“I think not.”

Alaric handed Thea some clothes.

“Thanks,” she said out loud. Sparks erupted when their hands touched.

The triplets pulled on basketball shorts while Thea put on the shirt and shorts Alaric gave her.

“Are you hungry?” Alaric said.

Thea nodded, still embarrassed that they saw her nude. They took her to a dining hall. Someone brought them plates of food. She dug in like she hadn’t eaten in days.

“So, huh, our wolves seem very comfortable with each other,” Thea said.

The triplets nodded while they ate. They didn’t seem to know what to say. Thea could sense their sadness. They finished their food in silence.

“You need more?” Alaric said. “No, this was good,” Thea said.

“Come on, we’ll show you your room,” Alaric said.

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