My Professor Is My Alpha Mate Chapter 147

My Professor Is My Alpha Mate

My Professor Is My Alpha Mate Chapter 147-Lila’s POV I was in complete shock that Leroy was offering me a real scholarship to this school. He had a look on his face that made me believe every word he was saying. It was the sincerity that tugged at my heart, and I knew at that moment that I needed to make a real decision.

“I’m not sure what to say…” I breathed, staring at him with wide eyes.

“Just tell me that you’ll think about it. I think this could seriously benefit your future and I would love for this academy to be a part of that.” “That’s a very generous offer,” I said with a light chuckle.

I still wasn’t entirely sure what to say. I looked over at Enzo who remained on the phone; except his face shifted into something different. He didn’t look happy and now I was seriously wondering who he was talking to and why it was so important right now.

“Lila?” Leroy asked me after a moment of pause. “Should I make another enrollment form?” My wolf was still in pain after our conversation with Enzo the other morning, but she still wanted to try to mend things with him. The thought of leaving him brought a world of pain to her and I couldn’t bear that happening.

She hated the thought of being away from him.

I looked back over at him to watch him continue his phone conversation and my heart ached painfully in my chest.

He wasn’t paying much attention to me, but I could feel his energy and I knew at that moment something was seriously wrong.

I needed to go to him and I think going to this school and being away from him for 2 years was something that Val couldn’t even fathom.

“I’m sorry, Leroy,” I said to him, giving him a polite smile. “I really appreciate this opportunity. I honestly do. But I think it’s best if I passed on it. I have way too much to do back in Elysium and I can’t leave it just yet. I hope you can understand.” He was quiet for a moment longer before he nodded.

“Yes, I understand, Lila,” he said, bowing his head slightly in my direction. “But if you change your mind, please come speak to me.” “I will,” I said with a faint smile.

He turned away and left, just as I turned away and went towards Alpha Enzo.


Enzo’s POV The only thing I could think of was getting Lila out of there, that is until I received a phone call that I didn’t think I would ever receive. Especially while I was in a different part of the world.

My mother hated phone calls; mainly because they could be tracked, and my father’s men could find her. But as soon as I saw her name appear on my phone screen, I knew something serious must have happened.

I excused myself from Lila for only a moment so I could answer that call.

“Hello?” I said into the phone.

“Oh, thank goodness, Enzo. I was worried I wouldn’t be able to get a hold of you.” “Mom? What’s going on?” I asked right away, stepping further away so Lila wouldn’t hear me.

Although it looked like Leroy was preoccupying her time.

What the hell was he talking to her about?

Didn’t he do enough damage?

Just as I felt Max’s rising anxiety, my mother started talking quickly.

“I’m sorry to bother you. But I’m getting a nasty feeling about something,” she started to say. She had my full attention at that moment. “I was at the airport earlier because Connie asked if I could come pick her up—” “I’m aware,” I said quickly, interrupting her thoughts. It bothered me immensely that Connie was asking my mother for rides.

My mother lived her life as a rogue by choice with other rogues. She was a Volana that stayed in hiding and the best way for her to remain hidden was in rogue territory. Connie knew this information. So, for Connie to ask my mother to go to a busy airport in front of that many people, it infuriated me.

“Well, I got to the airport and her plane came and left,” my mother continued. I waited patiently for her to get to the point. “But Connie never appeared.

I clutched the phone tightly in my hands at my mother’s voice.

“What do you mean she never appeared?” I asked, my tone darkening as worry began to set in.

“She never came home, Enzo. I think something might be seriously wrong. Have you heard from her?” “No,” I said, stopping short as I thought about how Connie was planning on taking this morning’s flight.

“She never arrived?” “No, she hasn’t,” my mom said, worry evident. “I’ve been trying to call her, but her phone keeps going straight to voice mail.” I glanced over at Lila; she was still talking to Leroy intently about something and she looked confused.

She looked over at me, feeling my eyes on her probably. We held our eyes on one another for a long while before I turned away.

“I’ll look into it,” I assured my mom. “I’ll keep you updated.” “Okay, Enzo,” she said, her voice breaking slightly. “I’ll talk to you soon.” I hung up the phone just as I noticed Leroy walking away from Lila.

“Are you okay?” Lila asked as I approached her.

I was about to ask her the same question.

“Connie is missing.” “What?!” She gasped, her eyes large and alarmed. “What do you mean she’s missing?!” “She was supposed to land at the airport an hour ago and my mother was meant to pick her up. But she never arrived. My mother called to ask if I heard from her.” “Oh, my goddess…” Lila breathed. “We have to find her. What if something terrible happened.” I heard the commotion of the assembly, and I knew that it was just about to wrap up; Lila noticed this as well and I saw the worry on her face.

“Let’s discuss this back at the suite,” I told her.

She nodded in agreement and together we both left the school and went straight back to the resort.

During our ride back to the resort, I already mindlinked Beta Ethan to have him look everywhere Connie could possibly be.

“What if something serious happened to her?” Lila asked with wide and misty eyes.

She shed a few tears on our drive back to the resort.

“We will deal with it when we cross that bridge,” I assured her.

I didn’t want to show or tell her that I was worried as well. Connie was my best friend; she was basically my sister. The thought of anything bad happening to her caused my heart to ache.

“By the way, what did Leroy want with you?” I asked, looking over at her just as she sat on the couch of our suite; she pressed her legs to her chest and peered up at me.

“Now is hardly the time to think about that,” she said, shaking her head as more tears ran down her face. “We should be out there looking for Connie.” She quickly stood to her feet.

“My beta is looking into it as we speak. My priority is making sure you are okay and safe.” “I’m fine, Enzo. I just want to make sure Connie is okay…” she said with desperation in her tone.

I was about to say something more but Ethan mindlinked me.

“Beta, I think I found her. She’s in the Monstro Hospital. She was in a terrible accident.”

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