My Professor Is My Alpha Mate Chapter 24

My Professor Is My Alpha Mate

My Professor Is My Alpha Mate Chapter 24-Lila’s POV Sarah stood in front of us with her arms folded across her chest a glimmer of amusement on her face, but there was also a hint of darkness in her eyes.

I could feel Becca’s tension from beside me; she felt uncomfortable around Sarah. That much was obvious. I really try to coexist with Sarah, despite the fact that she stole my boyfriend and quite obviously poisoned me. But it was clear she didn’t want to coexist with me.

“We are practicing, Sarah. Is there something you want?” I asked, raising my brows in her direction.

“I just wanted to inform you that my father is looking into your scholarship as we speak. You’ll be getting a call from the board soon enough.” This didn’t bother me; I had told her before that I didn’t need the scholarship to stay in this school. The school valued my work and wasn’t going to kick me out that easily. Especially not with my father being the head of the Alpha committee. They would speak with him before doing anything.

Sarah was delusional to think otherwise.

“That’s fine,” I tell her, unbothered. “Your father can do what he wants. Now, if you mind, we were in the middle of something.” I turned back to Becca who was staring at me with wide and worried eyes. I began to show her the same move again and she followed me with her eyes. I felt a firm hand on my shoulder, whipping me around to face Sarah.

“You think you’re so perfect. You are so pathetic,” Sarah seethed. “You have no business being in this school and I’m going to make sure everybody sees that.” “Take your hand off me,” I said in a low tone, meeting her icy gaze.

She smirked.

“Or what?” She scoffed. “Going to use your Volana abilities on me? It’s not like you can shift into your wolf. Loser.” I continued to stare at her; I wasn’t entirely sure what to do that wouldn’t get me in trouble. I didn’t want to fight her at the school, but I suppose if there was a good enough place to fight her, then the arena would be the best place.

I pressed my lips firmly together and stood with my feet a couple of inches apart.

This only made her laugh.

“Awe, are you trying to fight me? How cute,” she said, narrowing her eyes at me in return. “Trust me, that’s not something you want to do.” Her eyes began to glow golden as the face of her wolf became apparent to me.

She knows how capable of a fighter I am, even in my human form; I’m surprised she tries to challenge me.

She has no idea that I’m finally able to shift into my wolf. But that wasn’t something I wanted to do in front of her.

Not yet anyway.

I clenched my fists; I really didn’t want to do this. I could hurt her.

She shifted into her wolf, growling loudly through the arena and lunging at me. I managed to dodge her attack with ease. She went to attack me again, but this time, she didn’t get the chance.

The entire building began to shake, causing her to stop in her tracks. I kept my eyes on hers the entire time, unsure of what was happening around me. But soon the lights in the arena were so bright that they were practically blinding. I could hardly see Sarah anymore because she was being drowned out by the lights.

The building continued to shake as the moonlight from outside peered into the window, shattering the glass with its thick rays, and causing us both to jump in shock.

“What the hell is going on?” Sarah asked, taking a step away from me. I realized she was shifting back into her human form and fear lingered in her tone.

I didn’t have an answer for her because I wasn’t sure either.

My heart was pounding so quickly against my chest that I worried it was going to jump from my body. I met the frightened eyes of Becca who was trying to shield herself from the mayhem going on around her.

I watched as shadows emerged from the ground and began shifting into shapes that I had never seen before. My eyes widened; I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. Neither could Sarah and Becca; they both gasped loudly as they stared at me.

“You’re doing this?!” Becca gasped. “I knew you were dangerous!” She cried.

“N…no…” I stammered, unsure of how to stop this mayhem.

The ground continued to shake, and the brightness continued to seep into the arena.

“Whatever you’re doing, knock it off!!” She cried frantically.

I had no idea how to stop this from happening. My entire body shook in fear; I closed my eyes, begging for this torment to end.

Oh goddess, help me stop this mess.

I took in a steady breath and tried my best to center my mind.

Then, everything went silent.

Only the sounds of Becca and Sarah whimpering remained. I opened my eyes and saw that they were both staring at me with wide and alarmed eyes.

“I don’t know what just happened,” I whispered to them both.

“I do,” Sarah said, shoving past me. “You’re an even bigger freak than I thought. You are dangerous.

I’m telling my father everything.” She ran out of the arena quickly, leaving only Becca and I left.

Becca stared at me with large eyes, unsure of what to say at that moment.

“You’re a Volana?” She asked in a whisper.

“Yes,” I managed to answer, staring down at my hands.

What have I done? Where did that even come from?

“Our abilities have been activated once we shifted for the first time,” Val explained. “It’s only going to get stronger unless we learn to control it.” My mother failed to warn me that it was going to be like this. I could have seriously hurt somebody, and Becca was staring at me like I was some kind of monster.

“I didn’t mean to scare you,” I say to her in a calm tone. “I don’t know where any of that came from…” “Are you dangerous like Sarah said?” She asked, searching my face with her eyes.

“I don’t think so,” I told her. “I think I just let my emotions get the best of me. I’ll learn to control it…” “You didn’t tell me you were a Volana wolf…” Becca said, furrowing her brows again. “How do I know this won’t happen again? How do I know you won’t turn your powers against me? I’m your combat partner.” “I need you to trust me,” I told her, eyeing her carefully. “I promise, I’ll do everything I can to control these abilities. I think I just need to speak to my mother. She will know what to do.” “Your mother is also a Volana?” I nodded once.

“And she’s way more experienced,” I explained. “She can help me.” Becca seemed to have relaxed.

Before I could grab my phone to call my mom, the arena began to flood with more people.

I completely lost track of time; the class was starting soon. I felt relieved to get a little bit of a distraction.

I wasn’t surprised to see that Sarah wasn’t in class. She was probably on the phone with her father telling him how dangerous I am.

I wondered if he would believe her.

Pretty soon, word would get back to my own father.

I had to brush the thought out of my mind in order to get through the rest of this class though.

Pretty soon I would be able to see Enzo again; admittedly, my wolf was craving Enzo and I was a little excited to see him as well. I wanted to ask him why he disappeared so suddenly yesterday.

However, I was shocked to find someone other than Enzo walking into the arena moments later. She was a young woman with tight clothing and a look of determination on her face as she scanned the students.

“Hello everybody. My name is Professor Connie. I’ll be your substitute teacher for the time being.” My heart fell into my stomach.

Substitute teacher? Where was Professor Enzo?

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