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Dr. Rose Nooman is about to follow in her father’s footsteps as the pack doctor when she finally meets her mate. As all werewolves know, the mating bond is sacred and can never be broken, which is why Rose is completely crushed when her mate disappears for six months, only to emerge with no memory of her at all. Now she has to find out exactly what happened to him—all while hiding their destined bond from him and his pack!

Age Rating: 16+

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Dr. Rose Nooman is about to follow in her father’s footsteps as the pack doctor when she finally meets her mate. As all werewolves know, the mating bond is sacred and can never be broken, which is why Rose is completely crushed when her mate disappears for six months, only to emerge with no memory of her at all. Now she has to find out exactly what happened to him—all while hiding their destined bond from him and his pack!

Age Rating: 16+

Original Author: Umanathan

Note: This story is the author’s original version and does not have sound.


I looked up from my laptop when I heard a shriek followed by a giggle. A smile involuntarily formed on my lips at the sight in front of me.

A small boy was chasing a girl. They looked like they could be siblings, with a difference of one or two years. They didn’t care about the hustle and bustle in the airport lounge but were running around, happy and carefree.

The girl suddenly hid behind a lady, who lifted her up. The boy immediately raised his hands for his turn and shrieked in surprise when a man lifted him up from behind. A cute family cocooned in their own love.

A sharp pang of sadness hit my chest as I watched the scene. Why had I been denied such love? My thoughts drifted to my mom and dad, who I had lost at a young age.

My dad was a doctor in our pack and Mom was his assistant. He was loved and respected by everyone. I still remember that fateful day. I was ten.

Mom and Dad dropped me off at school before leaving for the clinic. Dad held me, peppering kisses all over my face. I laughed and squirmed out of his grasp, then ran inside the school.

That was the last time I saw them. A couple hours later, Alpha Jackson himself came to the school to pick me up.

He took me to the luna in the pack house instead of to my home. I could not understand why they looked so gloomy. I got scared at the way Luna looked me with unshed tears.

I did not understand when they said that my mom and dad had had an accident. How could Mom and Dad have had an accident? It was not possible.

I stayed with the luna for the next two days. I was afraid to ask anything, except to see my mom and dad. Alpha Jackson kindly said that they were still in the hospital.

I felt happy when he mentioned the hospital, because that was where Mom and Dad used to be every day. If they were in the hospital then they should be fine.

When I said this to Alpha Jackson he smiled, patting my head. The only person with whom I could talk freely was the alpha’s daughter, Olivia. She became my friend. She was three years younger than me.

Even though everyone was kind to me, I was getting antsy by the end of the second day and asked for my dad and mom again. Luna promised to take me to my parents the next day.

Holding on to that promise, I went to Olivia’s room, which I was sharing currently.

But early next morning, Luna woke me up. She didn’t say a word, but made me get ready. She was shedding tears the whole time.

After my breakfast Alpha took me to his room and made me sit next to him. He slowly said that Mom and Dad had left the earth to visit the Moon Goddess.

I refused to accept that. Mom and Dad left me? They would never do that.

And it had been a blur of events when they brought them back to the place where I used to visit Grandma and Grandpa. Now they too would have a stone with their names.

I sighed when I came back to the present. It would be another hour for my flight.

Normally we wolves avoided flying as much as possible. We would try to travel via cars or trucks. Even if we wanted to fly, it would be on a chartered jet with minimal companions.

Even though we were humans, our soul was mixed with our wolf’s.

Our inner wolf would be antsy if we were caged in an enclosed vehicle in the air, and it may result in unwanted accidents. Especially when humans were nearby.

We were still not known to humans.

We lived in packs, in areas close to forests. Our places resembled posh integrated communities, with privileged access. That way we were close to humanity, but satisfying our beast selves.

Olivia offered me a private jet, but I wanted to travel on a commercial flight. My wolf also knew the reason and she was fine with that.

I know it was she who suffered to the max on these journeys. I shared her pain every time, and was not sure how long we could survive that.

For a person who preferred staying indoors, I was now traveling to crowded places as much I could. That was the reason for my early arrival to the airport.

I wanted to see as many people I could, who were moving in and out of the place.

My wolf and I were looking for just one person. The person who had been etched in our mind, heart, and soul. The person who suddenly disappeared just like my mom and dad.

Ironically the person disappeared in a similar way, but instead of peppering kisses like my dad, gave me one long kiss with a promise to see me again.

I wanted to see him and ask one question. WHY?


“Good evening, Diana.” Entering the diner, I greeted her slouched figure behind the counter checking on some papers.

“Hi, dear. Are your classes over?” she asked me, looking up upon hearing my voice.


“Your coffee is ready. And also I have some biscuits there for you. Go freshen up and come back,” she said with a motherly smile.

I chuckled at her. “Sometimes I feel as if I am coming home, not to a workplace.”

She laughed, shaking her head.

I sat in my favorite spot overlooking the forest and sipped the coffee leisurely. We had another hour to open the diner.

I still remembered that fateful day: how had the alpha picked me up at school shortly after my parents dropped me off; how I was given the news that Mom and Dad would never visit me again; how I realized that I couldn’t see them anymore.

I was under the care of Alpha and Luna from that day on. I moved into their house. I could not understand why Mom and Dad had left me and often asked when they would be coming back.

Why Mom and Dad had had an accident after they visited a patient. I could not accept that they had been very severely injured and had died in the hospital.

It took another couple of years for me to realize that they would not come back at all. I slowly became closed off to others except a handful of friends, especially the alpha’s daughter, Olivia.

Olivia was my only best friend and sister till now.

After that I had only one thing in mind—to become a doctor. I felt that becoming a doctor, same as my dad, would create a connection with my parents.

My dad was always Dr. Nooman, and whenever I was addressed as Dr. Nooman, I felt as if Dad was beside me and smiling at the name.

But becoming a werewolf doctor was not an easy task. You needed to study human medicine and veterinary science. Then you must work with a pack doctor for a year. Only this qualifies you to work as a pack doctor.

Spending more than ten years working to achieve your dream was not a small feat. Also only a handful of people would choose this path, so there isn’t an exclusive institution for werewolves.

You need to leave the pack to move to the human community.

Being part of a pack was the life of wolves. But if you moved out of the pack for this reason, you would not be considered rogue.

You would not be the part of that pack, merely under their protection. This is why werewolf doctors are so respected; becoming one was no easy task.

I had completed my course in human medicine and was now in my final year of veterinary science. I was residing near my university, as I did not want to take any risks staying in the dorms near humans.

Also, I could not share my house unless it was with another wolf. So my expenses were quite high compared to others.

Even though I was under the protection of the nearby pack, I could not ask for anything more than basic help. Though my parents had saved a small fortune for me, I always wanted to stand on my own two feet.

Hence, I was working part-time in this diner close to my university. Diana, the owner of the diner, was also a she-wolf who loved me as her own daughter.

Her mate died some time back in a rogue attack and she did not have any other family.

So we were living our lives, supporting each other.

It’s been two years since I had seen Olivia. I last saw her when I completed my human medicine course and was about to start my next one. I missed her mating ceremony, which happened last year.

She was still mad at me.

Her parents, Alpha Jackson and Luna Allison, still kept in touch. Even though they saw me as their own daughter, I always felt like an imposter in their home.

But I could never forget nor repay their support and the care they showed me. They never treated me as a mere responsibility, but as family.

I came back out of my thoughts when I heard the wind chime near the door. Customers had started coming in, so I got up to begin my shift.

Apart from myself and Diana, four other people worked here. Nate and Yoni worked in the kitchen, and Alice and Clarke were servers.

Alice was another wolf, but Nate, Yoni, and Clarke were humans who did not know about us.

All were very friendly people, especially Alice and Yoni.

As if my thoughts had reached her, Alice entered the diner.

“Hey ya, Rosie.”

I smiled at her. Her laughter was surely contagious. I wished I could always be with her. But we did not have any time to talk.

There was a steady flow of customers, and after couple of hours the crowd started thinning.

We finally closed the diner, bidding goodbye to Nate, Yoni, and Clarke. It became a tradition for me, Alice, and Diana to sit and talk for some time after closing.

We usually either had dinner or just coffee. I made a cup of hot chocolate and sat in a chair.

“Did you know Aubrey is back?” Alice chirped out.

Diana nodded her head. “Yes, I heard.”

“Aubrey?” I asked in confusion.

“Alpha Reol’s sister. She had gone away to college, but she is back today.”

Diana asked, “Why I am hearing that she brought her boyfriend here?”

Alice answered, “Yes, she’s brought her boyfriend with her.”

“Boyfriend? You mean mate?” I asked.

“No, not her mate. She’s twenty-six and said that she’s lost her hope in finding a mate. So she’s brought her boyfriend with her. I heard she had primarily come to get her brother’s permission.”

Yes, if you’ve chosen a life partner other than a mate, you need your alpha’s permission. This custom was created mainly to benefit wolves who had lost their mates.

Wait, if Aubrey was twenty-six, how old was her boyfriend? And what about his mate? I asked the same.

“He is thirty-one and hasn’t found his mate. Possibly he’s also lost hope.” She shrugged.

Diana shook her head in disapproval. “I am not sure what they are playing at. You should not take a mate bond for granted.”

Diana respected the mate bond more than her life. Almost all the wolves did. It was our way of life.

“I am happy that you haven’t caved in to such relationships, Rosie.” Diana smiled at me.

I chuckled at her. Little did she know that I was not ready to commit to anything, except for my career. Diana could not understand that and I didn’t want to hurt her.

“Anyway, there will be a welcome party tomorrow for Aubrey. Almost all the nearby packs are coming.”

“Why so many packs for a welcome party?” I asked in wonder.

Diana answered, “These parties are merely for namesake. The real purpose is to discuss allies within packs and strengthen them.”

Ah! Pack politics. I would never understand those.

“You should also come, Rosie.”

I shook my head. “No, Alice, I have my exams in two days.”

Alice muttered something about abducting me. I laughed at her antics.

I then bade goodbye to Diana and Alice, leaving to go to my room.

Did I know that this party would be changing my whole life?


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It’s been a week since I was at the diner. A day after my exam, Alice called and mentioned that there was an emergency in the pack and no one was allowed to go out. So the diner had been closed for a week.

Diana would be reopening it today. My classes were finishing early, so I decided to go there instead of my room.

As usual the diner was empty when I entered. Alice was cleaning the counter and Diana was nowhere to be seen.

“Hey, Alice! Where’s Diana?”

Alice looked up at my voice and smiled brightly.

“Hi ya, Rosie. You’re early.”

“Yup! My last two classes got canceled.”

“Hmm…Diana will not be coming today.”

“Why? Is she all right?” I was now worried.

“Check the date,” Alice said gloomily. I checked and then realized.

“Oh! Today is her mate’s death anniversary.” I flinched even voicing it. I knew the pain of losing your loved ones. No one should have to go through that.

“Why did she open the diner today? We could have opened tomorrow.”

Alice chuckled. “Diana said that you would be missing the diner, and us.”

How right she was. Diana was one of the few souls who loved me, and I was grateful for that.

Sighing, I stood up to update the menu board and set up the tables and booths. We could expect more customers than usual today as the diner had been closed for a week.


Alice asked me to substitute her for ten minutes when she got a call. I put on her apron and headed toward the booth when I heard the growl. It was low enough for the wolves alone to hear.

I turned to see a tall woman standing at the entrance. With dark brown locks and pretty curves, she looked absolutely stunning. But she looked at me with hatred. Did I know her? Confusion clouded my mind.

With narrowed eyes, she marched straight toward me, grabbed my hand, and dragged me to the back end of the diner.

When Clarke tried to interfere, she just glared at him but never stopped. I stumbled a couple of times trying to free my hand. She never loosened her grip nor answered my questions.

She just pushed me against the wall once we were in the back.

“You don’t smell like a rogue. But you don’t smell like my pack member. Who are you, wolf? What are you doing in my territory?”

Her territory?

“Who are you to ask me this?” I asked in a stern voice. I was taken aback by this type of treatment. No one had behaved this way toward me.

“I asked you a question, and if you wish to live one more day, just give me the damn answer.” She spat the words between clenched teeth. I decided to approach with caution in this situation.

“I am Dr. Rose Nooman.”

“Doctor?” Her stance faltered a bit.

“Yes,” I answered back curtly.

“What are doing here? And why are you wearing Alice’s uniform?” she asked, still not completely believing me.

“She’s just wearing my apron, Aubrey. I took a break and Rose substituted to wait the tables. She’s working part-time here.”

We both looked up to see Alice coming toward us fast. Aubrey? Alpha Reol’s sister? I turned toward her.

“My apologies. I have not seen you in my pack. That and seeing you in Alice’s uniform, I became suspicious,” she said to me in a voice devoid of emotion.

“I understand,” I responded in an equally plain voice.

Alice turned to me. “Clarke was so worried. I have stopped him for now from calling the cops. You better hurry back inside.”

I nodded at them and we went back into the diner.

“Who is that, Rose? Are you okay?” Clarke, Nate, and Yoni were now near me. I looked around to see the customers were curiously looking at us. I sighed at the sudden attention on me.

“I am all right. She was Alice’s friend. She mistook me since I was wearing her apron. Now everything is fine.”

Nate and Yoni nodded their heads at this and went back to the kitchen, but not before checking that I was fine. Clarke was still suspicious. Of course he would be, as he had seen the whole thing.

“Clarke, relax. I am fine now. Look, all the customers are watching. We will talk about this later.” I patted his arms. He checked me once again before leaving.

I let out a breath and moved to the counter, not before removing the much controversial apron.

Alice and Aubrey came back inside after some time. I then realized that another man was with Aubrey. He was lean and taller than her.

He looked more like a soft person, possibly not a warrior type. Was he the boyfriend?

Both of them sat at one of the booths. Alice chatted for couple of minutes with them and resumed her serving. After the crowd thinned Alice called me to join Aubrey and her friend.

“Rose, Sorry about earlier. Let me start fresh. I am Aubrey, Alpha Reol’s sister. This is my mate, Leon.”

Mate? Didn’t Alice mention he was her boyfriend? Had they mated already? Before my face could reveal these thoughts, I felt a sharp kick in my shin.

I glanced over to see Alice with a warning in her eyes. Her subtle shake of head made me understand I was not to ask any questions.

I simply smiled with a hi. Aubrey was questioning about me on the whole. She even asked about my plan after the course.

Though I was planning to settle in Olivia’s pack, I did not want to disclose that information. I did not want people to know my next steps. This way I could avoid many people without any discomfiture.

I simply stated that I had not decided yet, since I had one more year to complete. She nodded, stating that she understood.

I excused myself and went to the counter to tally up the day’s accounts. Since Diana was not there, I did her job. Also I knew she would not be okay for next couple of days, so I did not want the work to get piled up for her.

Clarke, Nate, and Yoni bade farewell for the day. I observed Aubrey saying goodbye to Alice after some time.

Alice came and sat next to me.

“Thanks for not giving anything away,” she said. I stopped my work and looked up at her.

“No problem. But are they mated already?”

She shook her head.

“Then how come she addressed him as mate? Isn’t he her boyfriend?” I voiced my confusion.

“Because he is her mate.”


“Aubrey brought her boyfriend to get permission for mating. But she met her real mate in the party organized on that day. Leon is from Alpha Pearson’s pack.

“He’s the alpha’s cousin. He had gone away for some training and recently returned to his pack.”

She sighed before continuing. I didn’t utter a word as I was still unclear.

“The party fell into absolute chaos. Aubrey was about to introduce her boyfriend to the pack and suddenly Leon jumped on the poor guy and started fighting with him.

“After the chaos everyone understood the situation. Aubrey was shocked at how the events turned out. She was torn about whether to go to her mate or her boyfriend.

“Finally Alpha Reol removed three of them from there to talk it out. Next day, the new guy was nowhere to be seen and Aubrey has been with her mate ever since.”

“Wow,” I said.

Alice chuckled. “Wow indeed! And the pack was shut down due to this tension. Her boyfriend is brother of an alpha, so there was a lot of tension between the three Alphas and therefore the three packs.”

I shook my head, digesting the information. Somehow I felt pity for the other guy. How disappointed he would be. He hadn’t found his real mate and had lost his chosen mate. Poor guy.

The wind chime sound indicated that someone was entering the diner.

“Excuse me. Is this place open still?” A deep voice echoed across the room and sent shivers down my spine. Why was this voice creating such a reaction in me?

When I went to look at the source of the voice, I heard Alice’s faint comment. “Oh God!”

I looked at her in question.

“It’s Aubrey’s ex-boyfriend.”

I turned to see the person and my eyes widened at the enormity of the situation. Why now? Never in my life did I think I would utter the words that I was dreaming in this situation.



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My Alpha Lover

Melissa has her eyes set on Luke and after one steamy night together, this strong, gorgeous man is laying by her side and almost purring at her touch. Luke has found his mate in sweet, human Melissa and is determind to claim her for his own. If his brute strength and power won’t win her ovver, the undeniable sexual chemistry between them surely will. Melissa has a choice to make – either one includes death and destruction for them both. All signs point to them not being together but for her,m Luke will forsake everything. Even if it means he kills himself in the process.

Age Rating: 18+ (Graphic sex and violence)

Warning: this book contains material that may be considered upsetting or disturbing. Reader discretion is advised.

Note: This story is the author’s original version and does not have sound.

The Great Escape

Ira has been trained her entire life to hunt and kill werewolves by her abusive father, the leader of the Hunter Clan. On her eighteenth birthday, she’s expected to kill her first werewolf and pledge herself to the clan, but instead she turns her back on everything she knows and runs away with the wolf she’s supposed to kill.

Now she’s surrounded by a whole pack of werewolves and at the mercy of their alpha, who won’t stop calling her “mate.”

Age Rating: 18+

Note: This story is the author’s original version and does not have sound.

Alpha Malik

Aria has no interest in casual dating or one-night stands—she’s holding out for true love and her mate. But when the Love Pack’s notoriously promiscuous Alpha Malik announces he’s holding a competition to find the pack’s new luna, Aria lets her bestie Alexa talk her into applying. Much to her surprise, she gets in, and is quickly transported to the summery Love Pack. The competition is even fiercer than Aria imagined. In the Hunger Games of love, can she come out the victor?

Age Rating: 18+

Disclaimer: Please note that this story is not directly connected to Stolen by the Alpha, which is an immersive and reimagined adaptation of Alpha Kaden. This story is part of the author’s original version of the Alpha Series, and you can enjoy it as a standalone story!

Note: This story is the author’s original version and does not have sound.

Coast to Coast

It was supposed to be a simple road trip, but you know what they say about best laid plans. Now, a little sister who couldn’t keep her hands to herself and a friend who should know better than to sleep with his best friend’s sister will face the consequences or crash and burn.

Age Rating: 18+ (Trigger Warning: Assault, Kidnapping, Miscarriage, Attempted Rape, Sexual Assault/Abuse, and Stalkers.)

Saving Maximus

When Leila returns to her hometown to be a pack doctor, she finds herself caught between the past and the present—and the love of two men—a handsome fellow doctor and an alpha with a secret. But who will make her heart beat faster?

Age Rating: 18+

Seeing Scarlett

Scarlett Evans is no ordinary vampire. Nick Dahlman is no ordinary vampire hunter. When Scarlett is pursued by the powerful leader of a local coven and Nick’s reckless younger brother goes missing, the pair—natural enemies—will be forced to rely on each other’s unique expertise if they hope to restore balance to their worlds. But along their quest from eerily innocent coffeehouses to remote castles with dark histories, it becomes abundantly clear that that same expertise has as much chance of getting them killed as keeping them alive…

Age Rating: 18+

A Chance to Have You

Ever since the tragic accident that took her family away, Lana had only ever focused on ballet—it was the one thing that helped distract her from the pain and guilt she held inside. Sure, she had some friends, but her goal was always to dance in New York City, and after high school, she did just that. Now, four years later, she’s returning home to California for a job. The last thing she expects is to run into Luke, her old crush, who’s also just moved back and is ~very~ eager to continue where they left off…

Age Rating: 18+

The King Without a Queen

Moving back to her hometown after years on the road, Phoebe just wants to live a normal, stable teenage life: school, friends, boys, pizza. But after meeting handsome and mysterious stranger Silvic, it’s clear that life has other plans for her. Phoebe finds herself irresistibly drawn to the werewolf alpha, but he is haunted by memories of another woman. As danger threatens the pack, Phoebe has to come to terms with her past—and her feelings—in this new world.

Age Rating: 16+