My Hockey Alpha Chapter 300

My Hockey Alpha by Eve Above Story

My Hockey Alpha Chapter 300- Marrying My Hockey Alpha Nina “Nina,” Jessica called out. “It’s time.” I turned to face my friends with a teary-eyed smile. They were right; it was time for the wedding to begin. And now that I had my mom and my brother at my side, I felt happier than ever.

Lori and Jessica led me inside while my mom and Taylor headed around back to take their seats. The wedding was to be held on the back lawn of the mansion, where the seats and the altar were set up. It was a cold day, but I knew that the air would feel good against my skin.

As we stopped in front of the back door that would lead outside to the ceremony, Lori and Jessica turned to face me. They both had tears in their eyes.

“I can’t believe this is happening,” Jessica said, delicately blotting at her teary eyes with her handkerchief. “My best friend is getting married… And before me, no less.” I half-laughed, half-sobbed at this and pulled both of my friends close for a tight hug. We held each other for a few minutes, crying and rocking each other back and forth.

Finally, Lori and Jessica stepped back.

Lori smirked and reached out to touch my face with her thumb. “You’ve got mascara on your cheek,” she teased, wiping it away from my face. “There. That’s better.” “Well?” Jessica asked. “Are you ready?” I nodded, then took a deep breath.

Suddenly, I felt a tap on my shoulder and turned around to see my father standing there.

“I’ve only just met you after more than twenty years apart, and now I’m walking you down the aisle,” he said with a chuckle. “It’s funny how those things work, isn’t it?” I nodded and laughed as well. “I guess so,” I said.

My dad paused, then took a deep breath. “I’m sure that your mother and Selena are watching over you today.” “I know they are.” I smiled. Lately, I had been seeing flashes of my mom and my sister here and there. I had never been one to believe in ghosts, but lately that had changed. It only happened occasionally, and only for a split second. But I knew that I saw them… Maybe it was an ability of mine. Or maybe it was just wishful thinking.

Either way, I knew that they were there, watching me on my wedding day. And I knew that they had smiles on their faces. Tiffany was there, too.

My dad held his arm out for me and smiled. I looped my arm through his, feeling the strength that emanated out of him, and smiled up at him. We heard the ceremony music begin playing outside.

Lori and Jessica opened the big double doors that led out to the wedding area.

My chest felt tight as I looked out at the crowd. There were so many people there… I didn’t even know some of them. I instantly felt myself overcome with an entire host of emotions, but my dad’s strength kept me upright, and he patted my hand gently and shot me a warm smile.

‘You got this, kiddo,” he whispered.

All of the guests stood, and gasped as they saw me walk down the steps with my dad. But I wasn’t looking at any of them; I was only looking straight ahead at Enzo as he stood by the altar with the hockey team by his side, and with Matt as his Man of Honor.

The bouquet of lilies in my hand shook as my dad began walking me down the aisle. I had to remember what Lori and Jessica told me before, when I was getting ready… Just breathe, I repeated in my head. Look at your groom, and breathe.

The aisle felt so long, but Enzo’s eyes felt so strong as they gazed at me. His gaze was steady like a rock, but I could see the emotion in his face, the wide smile across his lips. He looked so handsome in his white tuxedo, with the winter wind blowing through his curly hair.

Finally, my dad and I stopped in front of the altar. Enzo walked down and bowed to my dad, then took my hand.

I felt my dad’s hand squeeze mine, then let go as Enzo led me away.

‘You look more beautiful than I ever imagined,” Enzo whispered as we walked up to the altar. 1 I could only blush.

The ceremony began. The priestess gave a beautiful speech about love and marriage, and then it was time for our vows. Luke, who was our ring bearer, smiled as he carried the rings over to us.

Luke said nothing as he held the rings out for us, but as his eyes met mine, I could see a hint of pure joy in his teary gaze. I teared up a little, too, as I remembered how much our friendship had blossomed over the past few months.

“You’ve grown so much,” Luke finally whispered so only I could hear. “I’m glad you’re my friend.” I couldn’t contain myself. With a tearful laugh, I threw my arms around my friend and hugged him tightly. He stiffened for a moment out of surprise before I felt his arms wrap around me as well. When we pulled away, we both had tears rolling down our cheeks, and I quickly wiped them away as the crowd looked on endearingly.

Luke looked over at Enzo. Without a word, Enzo reached out and took Luke’s shoulder in his hand. He squeezed it tightly, and the two nodded at each other. No words were exchanged, but I knew that nothing needed to be said.

With a deep breath we finally took the rings, and then Enzo and I turned to face each other. Both of our faces must have been red; his sure was, and I could feel the heat in my own face as well.

Enzo cleared his throat, then pulled a little piece of paper out of his pocket and began to read.

“Nina, when I first met you, I knew that you were special,” he said.

Already, I was tearing up.

“…But I didn’t know that you would be my fated mate. Every day, I can’t get over how lucky I am to be one of the few who actually found his fated mate. And to think that I spent three years with you right under my nose, and I was so obsessed with hockey that I didn’t even know it.” The crowd chuckled. I laughed as well, and dabbed at my eyes with my handkerchief.

“Anyway,” he continued, “I’m not the best at giving speeches. But I just want you to know how much I love you, and how I’ll always cherish you until the sun goes out… And probably even after that.” When Enzo was finished, the crowd clapped. I averted my gaze, feeling my face turn red.

“It’s your turn,” the priestess said quietly.

I cleared my throat, and finally looked up to face Enzo again.

“Um… I’m afraid I didn’t write down my vows,” I said quietly, feeling my face get even hotter with embarrassment. “But… Enzo, we’ve been through so much together. I’m glad to have you by my side, not only as my protector, but also as my partner… And my best friend.” There was a long silence. I felt the weight of Enzo’s loving gaze on me, and suddenly, I felt the urge to say more.

“I really do love you like I love the moon in the sky,” I whispered. “I’m glad I met you.” Enzo’s brown eyes lit up. I felt my chest tighten with pure passion as the priestess smiled, and turned to Enzo.

“Enzo Rivers,” she said, “do you take Nina Harper to be your lawfully wedded wife?” Enzo nodded. “I do,” he said. His voice rang clear and true, and carried across the lawn like a soft wind.

The priestess turned to me next. “Nina Harper…” “I do,” I blurted out, before she even finished.

The crowd and the priestess laughed. “Well then,” she said, “I pronounce you-“ Suddenly, Enzo grabbed me around the waist and pulled me close. He dipped me low to the ground and kissed me deeply, causing the bouquet of lilies to fall out of my hand and roll down the altar steps before the priestess could even finish her speech.

I smiled against his lips, and felt the cool sensation of fresh snow falling down on our faces.

My dear readers, Thank you for stopping by and reading this story. I hope you enjoyed it. I’m doing my best to provide updates as soon as possible. I would greatly appreciate it if you could explore my other stories as well. Please consider following my Fk page Eve above story, and joining the group Eves Alphas if you’d like to chat and stay updated on my writing schedule. Furthermore, although Nina and Enzo’s story has come to a temporary pause, the tales of Mountainview City are far from over. In the latter half of July, we will continue with the second book of “My Hockey Alpha” right here. You can stay informed about the latest progress by visiting our fan page or group.

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