Blindly Mated to Badboy Alpha
She didn't mean to bump into the most dangerous bad boy in her school. She was already keeping herself hidden from those bastard werewolves.
She knew she wasn't like them. Even though she was born to the warriors of the most powerful pack. Even though she was holding a royal bloodline.
But she wasn't like them, she won't be able to shift. She was the weakest, even though she wasn't omega.
— she was blind! And that was her bad day ever when all of the sufferings started.
She didn't dream of her mate. She was sure he would reject her when he found out how useless she was going to be.
Only being a wolf helped her to use her nostril and instinct to walk in the school, pretending she was normal.
No one knew she was blind. Because no one noticed her.
Until that day—
"What the fuck! Are you fucking blind idiot! Watch your fucking path!" He yelled at me, and my heartbeats raced in my chest.
I couldn't tell if I was afraid or nervous or if he was...
No way! He can't be my mate! The guy I have heard about him a lot and being a jerk?! Me and him! But he is going to rule the kingdom of werewolves soon!
I was drowned with my thoughts until I felt a hand pushing me roughly to the floor. "Are you fucking ignoring me?! I'm the strongest alpha ever! Don't you know who I am? And why the hell I feel so mad now and why my heartbeats are fucking deep and strong?" He shouted with a loud growl.
I gulped nervously, crawling on the floor, trying to stand up, but my feet didn't help me.
"Move your ass now from my way!" He shouted in a commanding tone again.
I cursed under my breath. He hollered, "What the hell you just said?"
I mumbled, "I said I'm trying to get up. Just go."
He pulled me from my hair and hit my back to the locker; he commanded me, "Look at me now." But seriously? I couldn't! Fuck dammit! I was blind! I wanted to scream, but I couldn't.
He huffed and said in annoyance, "You make me angry! My heart is... Why the fuck you don't look at me now? Are you afraid?"
I sealed my eyes and sighed deeply, "I'm blind!"