The misty clouds bellowed over the dark forest, trapping me. It just rained, perfect to hide my scent and not leave a trail.
I huffed, going deeper into the forest. I shifted into my wolf to go faster and trained my legs to maintain endurance and last a long time.
Long enough to get away from them.
I don't even know where I'm going.
I don't care as long as it's away from the two of them.
I looked behind me and sighed in relief when I saw that they were not following me.
I kept on running and running, yet the forest seemed endless. I feel like a mouse caught in a trap. A hamster stuck in running a wheel and ending up nowhere.
I looked in front and instantly stopped at the two figures waiting for me.
Damn it. They caught up.
The fog hid their faces, yet I could clearly hear their voices.
I looked to the right to see a cliff. I gulped. The cliff or back to the twin alphas?
"You can't run away from us forever, Arya." said a voice against the fog.
"I won't ever belong to alphas like you!" I yelled at them. "Not ever!"
They took everything away from me. Yet why does fate continue to play with me?
"You can't change fate, Arya. Our destinies are tied together. You have nowhere to go." Alpha Kaizelus replied.
I instantly aimed for their neck and watched as they laughed.
"You're getting stronger and stronger every day, I must admit."
I raised my eyebrows at them and said, "No, you're just getting weaker."
They both gasped, dumbfounded.
"Same old Arya. Don't you get tired of running away from us? Why not run to us?" Kai suggested.
"You don't have to choose. You have both of us. What's the use of being picky?" added Alpha Zeferion.
I gritted my teeth, "I'll get my revenge. One that will kill both of you."
"Make sure to succeed. I'm sure you'll have a hard time."
I looked again at the cliff, and with one deep breath, I closed my eyes and ran to dive into the water.
I would rather die than be with any of them.