My Professor Is My Alpha Mate Chapter 229

My Professor Is My Alpha Mate

My Professor Is My Alpha Mate Chapter 229-“Where’s Alpha Enzo?” My father asked as soon as he saw Ethan.

I was completely frozen and unable to move as I looked up at Professor Xander. His eyes never left mine and I saw a hint of humor in his gaze. His smile sent an alarming chill down my spine, and it took everything I had not to turn and run screaming for the hills. But I wasn’t going to give in to that fear; I wasn’t going to show him my weakness.

“He will be here shortly,” Ethan went on to explain. “The headmaster of the academy wanted to speak with him and he told us to go on without him.” My father stepped in front of Xander, closing the small gap between them.

“We have a lot of questions for you,” my father said between his teeth. “You have a lot to answer for.” “You can ask away… doesn’t mean I’m going to answer them,” Xander, very boldly, said in return.

My father scoffed, shaking his head, he looked at Jake.

“Take him downstairs to the interrogation room,” he ordered.

Jake nodded without a single thought and dragged Xander from the room. Xander didn’t bother struggling; probably because he was no match for Jake and his warriors.“I have questions for him too,” I said, looking up at my father.

“I promise, I’ll get all the answers we need. But I don’t want you anywhere near the dungeon,” my father said firmly, placing his hand on my shoulder.

“If I’m going to be the Luna of this pack, I’m going to need to be able to question our prisoners,” I said, folding my arms across my chest.

I know I sounded ridiculous, but I didn’t like being kept in the dark.

“A good Luna knows when to stay away from a situation,” my father said, his frown deepening.

“Especially when the situation puts her in immediate danger. You heard Hazel’s warning. I’m not taking any chances.” He was right and I knew Enzo would agree with him too.

“You should get some rest; according to Dr. Ryan, you haven’t slept much,” my father said.

I sighed, but I nodded.

“Okay… but if you see Enzo can you have him come see me?” I asked.

My father smiled and nodded.

“Of course, Lila Bean,” he said.

I hugged him tightly before heading upstairs and to Enzo’s bedroom.

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Enzo’s POV I returned to my pack in my wolf form within 15 minutes of leaving the school. My conversation with Tiffany Prescott was still in my mind as I entered the borders of the Calypso pack and was greeted by my warriors.

I instantly smelled the lovely scent of Lila as soon as I was in range, though I could still smell the foul scent of wolfsbane coursing through her veins. It was infuriating that something like this happened right under my nose. I wasn’t going to let anyone get away with this injustice.

Bastien mindlinked me to tell me that he was at the packhouse with Lila and that she wanted to see me when I returned, but I seriously wanted to kick some ass before I went to see her. I knew Bastien and Ethan were probably already in the interrogation room with Xander.

I barged in to see Xander strapped to a chair; he still had silver cuffs on and his face was bruised from being punched. Bastien was standing over him with a fierce and deadly look in his eyes; anger seeping from his flesh as he fought to keep his wolf under control.

I couldn’t blame him; Max was fighting me to release him so he can beat this asshole into the ground and rip his head off his shoulders.

“Good of you to join us, Alpha,” Bastien said, glancing in my direction only briefly.

“I had to take care of some stuff,” I said in return, my eyes never leaving Xanders. “Had to figure out how we were going to replace this jerk because there’s no way in hell he’s ever allowed back at that school.” “And did you figure it out?” Bastien asked.

I nodded.

“Yes,” I answered out loud. “What have we found out here?” “Not much,” Ethan admitted, seemingly annoyed. “He won’t speak about who sent him.” “I had given my own,” Xander seethed through his teeth. “You should know that an oath cannot be broken.” “You almost killed my daughter,” Bastien hissed, his eyes glowing auburn.

“Your daughter’s stupidity almost got her killed and if she doesn’t shape up it’ll get her killed again,” Xander growled in return.

This time it was Ethan who had punched him in the face.

“Shut your mouth,” Ethan growled, fury rising through him. “You have no idea what you are talking about.” “I know more than you do… beta,” Xander said in a low and threatening tone with blood pooling in his mouth.

Looking at him made me sick.

“Tell us who sent you and your death will be quick and easy,” I said, stepping toward them.

“And if I don’t tell you?” “Then I’ll make sure you feel every agonizing pain and make your death long, and slow,” I said, my tone darkening with each word I spoke.

“You are wasting your time,” Xander seethed. “I’m not telling you shit.” “Wrong answer,” I growled, still keeping my tone low.

At this point, the claws of my wolf broke through the flesh of my human and swiped at Xander, slicing through the soft flesh of his cheek and drawing out an assessive amount of blood. He screamed out in pain and agony as blood dripped from his wound.

I grabbed his shirt collar and made him look at me so he could see how pissed off I truly was.

“Lies will always surface,” I said through my teeth. “Yours are no different.” I stepped away from him, looking at Ethan and the warriors that stood behind him.

“Beat him until he talks,” I muttered, turning on my heel and walking towards the doorway.

I shut the door behind me, but not before listening to his frantic screams and his pleas for help. He deserves this, I keep telling myself. He deserves everything coming to him and more.

Before I went upstairs and to my bedroom, I went into the bathroom and took a shower first. I had a bit of blood on my clothing and hands from punching and scratching Xander, and I didn’t think that was something Lila would want to see.

I didn’t really get a proper chance to speak to Lila since finding her in the barn and I didn’t want her to be frightened of me upon seeing me.

But once I was cleaned and changed, I went straight to my bedroom where I knew Lila would be sleeping. Or at least trying to sleep; I could feel her restlessness and it tugged painfully at my heart.

It wasn’t a surprise that when I got into the room, she sat straight up and looked at me through her large and beautiful eyes.

“You’re back,” she breathed, giving me a relieved smile. “I thought sensed you… but I wasn’t sure.” “It’s the wolfbane. Once it’s out of your system for good you’ll get your senses back,” I assured her as I went to the other side of the bed and slid under the covers. “How are you feeling.” “Better now that you’re here…” she said, snuggling against my arm. I wrapped my arms around her and held her close to me. She felt comfortable in my arms and instantly relaxed into me. “Did you see him?” She asked softly, burying her face in my side.

I knew who she was talking about so I went ahead and answered her.

“Yes,” I said, swallowing hard. “He won’t talk.” “I want to ask him questions, but my father won’t let me in the interrogation room,” she murmured.

“And I agree with him; you shouldn’t be there,” I said, shaking my head and holding her close.

“I figured you’d agree with him,” she muttered; I had to fight to hide my grin. “I wanted to ask him why he chose me…. was it because I’m a Volana wolf? I wanted to ask why he was training me like he was preparing me for something… what was the point of all of this?” “I think for starters we need to find out who sent him. The rest of those answers will come in due time,” I assured her gently. “Try not to stress too much about it right now.” “I need to go back to the school… I can’t miss any more class,” she said peering up at me.

“I agree. I’ll take you back tonight. For today, I need you to sleep. Your classes were excused for the day because of everything that happened.” She looked at me for a moment longer, eyeing me carefully before placing her head back down on my chest.

“So, I’ll be able to return to class tomorrow?” She asked.

“Yes; we both need to report to the school tomorrow,” I told her, a little hesitantly.

She lifted her gaze to meet mine again.

“Both of us?” She asked, furrowing her brows together.

I sucked in a sharp breath and nodded.

“Yes,” I said slowly. “I agreed to help out for the rest of the semester as the Professor for Shifting and Combat,” I explained.

Her mouth dropped open at my words.

“Y… you’re going to be my professor again?”

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