Kids From One Alpha” By Selena Lynch Chapter 128
Chapter 128: Independence
“Serena, you’ve always been the more independent of the two of us,” Santino told her. The kids were
eating dinner with Dana, and Serena was enjoying an evening chat on the front porch with her brother.
“I know that,” she teased. Santino rolled his eyes. “Look, all I’m saying is that facing the idea of
becoming Luna is testing your independence,” Santino said. “Just think about it.” “Mom said something
similar,” Serena admitted. She sighed. It was time that she really did think about why she had concerns
over being Luna. She knew she should talk to Logan about it too, because he needed to know where
her mind was at with it
“Alright, I’ve got to get going,” Santino said getting out of his porch chair. He finished off his beer and
set the bottle down.
“Now, it is pretty late,” Serena pointed out. “Dad and I have some things to work on starting early
tomorrow, with the Moonshine transfers and everything,” Santino explained. He stretched his arms up
into the air.
“Fine, fine,” Serena said. “Just say goodbye to the kids.” “Of course,” Santino laughed. He went back
inside and said his farewells to the twins. Serena listened to them thanking him for their ‘survival
school’ and excitedly telling him they couldn’t wait to go camping. When her brother reappeared on the
porch, Serena stood up to give him a hug. “Whatever concerns you have about being Luna, just know
that you’ll be great at it,” Santino said, “You were literally born for a leadership role like that. So, don’t
let concerns about whether or not you’ll be good at it get in the way.” “I won’t.” Serena promised.
Santino kissed her on the cheek and walked off his porch to the car. Serena watched him drive off and
then went inside to take over the night routine for the kids.
They’d been fed and bathed, so she just had to get them into bed. “I’ve got it from here,” Serena said.
“Thank you,” Dana said with a smile. “I’ll just clean up the dishes and head to bed myself. There are
some leftovers in the oven for you.” “Great, thanks, Dana,” Serena said, nodding to her. “I want to sleep
outside tonight,“ Olivia insisted. Serena laughed. “We’ll go camping sometime soon,” she said. “For
now, we‘ve got to sleep in our beds.”
Chapter 128 Independence
She led the twins upstairs and got them in their own beds. They were so tired from their day out in the
woods they didn’t even want her to read to them. Serena kissed them each and made sure they were
tucked in snuggly. Oliver had already closed his eyes by the time Serena pulled the covers up and
kissed his forehead. Olivia was more alert, but still clearly tired. “When will daddy Logan come over
again?” she asked. “I’m sure he will come over as soon as he can,” Serena assured. “I can call him if
“Yeah, tell him to come over tomorrow,” Olivia said. “Alright, I’ll see if he is free,” Serena said. She
kissed Olivia and headed back downstairs. She and Logan had made a good habit of calling each other
every night, especially when they hadn’t been able to see each other during the day. Serena got the
leftovers out of the oven and sat down at the table to eat and call Logan. “Hey you,” Logan said. “I was
hoping you’d give me a call tonight.” “I’m sorry it is so late,” she said. “Not at all,” Logan told her.
Serena smiled, pausing to take a bite of her dinner. “What did you and the kids do today?” “Santino
came for a visit and taught them some survival skills out in the woods….hunting, making fire, making
shelters, foraging, that sort of thing,” she
explained. “I bet they loved that,” Logan said with a laugh. “They did. They want to go camping with the
both of us at some point,” Serena said. Logan laughed again. “That sounds like a great time,” he
admitted. Serena ate some more of her dinner, and then she sighed. “Is there something else going
on?” Logan asked her. Serena swallowed the bite of food in her mouth and took a sip of water before
answering. “I’ve just been thinking about things,” she said. “You know, us, the future.” “That sounds
ominous,” Logan admitted, revealing a sense of vulnerability in regards to their relationship. “Oh, it isn’t
anything bad” Serena said quickly. “At least, I hope it isn’t. I’m not really sure what to think about it.”
“Again, I say that sounds ominous,” Logan said seriously. Serena sighed, setting her fork down. “We‘ve
talked a lot about our future together with the kids, and our relationship,” she said. “I know that any
progression in our relationship would eventually lead to me
becoming Luna.” “That’s true,” Logan said slowly. “I think I know where this is going.” “You do?” Serena
asked with a nervous giggle. “Serena, you are one of the few people I’ve ever met who truly
understands the responsibility that an Alpha or Luna has to the pack, without actually being an Alpha or
Luna,” Logan said. “I grew up around Alphas and Lunas,” she reminded Logan. “Then you have an
upper hand,” he said. “I know you, though. You’re not worried about not being able to handle the job or
be good enough for the pack. That is in your blood, and you know you’d succeed.” Serena giggled into
the phone. Apparently, Logan did know her well, because he was saying all the right things about her
own thoughts and feelings. “No, I’m not,” she admitted. “I know I’d be a great Luna. I just don’t know if I
can let go of my independence to fill that role.”
Logan sighed, silence taking over the conversation. Serena sat on the phone with him for a long time.
She hoped that she hadn’t offended him or said something that made him change his mind about
wanting to be in a relationship with her. She’d already begun to care for him so much. Upsetting the
dynamic now would be more damaging to her emotions and the kids’ than if they never started seeing
each other in the first place. “I know how you feel,” Logan admitted. “I always knew I was going to be
an Alpha, but I thought it would be years from when I actually took on the role. It wasn’t easy, and
there were a lot of times when I thought it would be better for me and the pack if I just ran off and let
someone else take over.” “That must have been really confusing, without anyone to turn to,” Serena
admitted. Suddenly, her own concerns didn’t seem so serious. At least, she still had a choice. Logan
had been forced into the position. “The point is, I trusted myself to do right by the pack, always,” he
explained. “I trusted myself to do what was best for those who relied on me, including myself. Because
let’s face it, I was the only one taking care of myself too.”
Serena chuckled, hearing a humorous tone in Logan’s voice.
“I understand it is a big undertaking for a female who has a solid career and two children to consider,”
Logan said. “You’re not the first female or the first Luna to have a career and children. If anyone could
create the right balance between all three, I know it is you.”
“You’re not the first person to say something like that,” Serena admitted. “It must be true, then,” Logan
said with a laugh. “I’m not going to pressure you. I’m also not going to lie to you. There is a large part of
yourself that you will have to give up to become Luna. But you would gain something else in return.”
“What would that be?” Serena asked.
“You’d gain the love and devotion of a pack, an entire family that would always be there for you, no
matter what you need. You’d gain a purpose greater than the one you already have, and I know how
much you want to have a meaningful purpose. You’d also gain the support and devotion of an Alpha
who could help you find the right balance and share in the responsibility of the pack and the twins,“
“Well, when you put it like that…” Serena trailed off. Logan’s words did make her feel a lot better. She
yawned into the phone, suddenly feeling very tired.
“How about I come by tomorrow morning and take you out to breakfast before you have to be at the
hospital,” Logan offered. “We can finish this conversation then.”
“Alright,“ Serena said. “Just, after I go to work, can you stop by and see the kids before Dana takes
them to daycare? They want to see you.”
“Yea, I’ll pencil that into my schedule,” Logan teased. “Goodnight, Serena.” “Goodnight, Logan,” Serena
said before hanging up and going to bed.
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