Kids From One Alpha” By Selena Lynch Chapter 130
Chapter 130: Restless Minds at Ease
When Serena got home, Logan and the kids were still playing together. Logan looked a little haggard,
like he was starting to get worn out from all the activity.
“I didn’t know you were going to spend all day here,” Serena teased him. Logan shrugged and laughed.
“There wasn’t much else on my to do list today,” he admitted.
“Do you need a break?” she asked. Logan sighed, sitting down on the couch.
“Maybe for a few minutes,” he said. Serena smiled and nodded.
“Olivia, Oliver, why don’t you go play in your rooms for a little bit,” she said. “Logan and I have some
things to talk about.” “Okay,” they chorused. The twins grabbed hands and ran up the stairs. Serena
watched them go, smiling as they disappeared. They were chattering to themselves, already lost in
some fantasy game.
“Are you still having concerns about being Luna?” Logan asked. Serena shrugged one shoulder.
“I don’t really know,” she confessed. “I mean, everything you said this morning is true. I guess I just
need to remember that.” “Look, Serena, I’m not a perfect Alpha. I don’t always know what I’m doing. I
mean, look at how I’ve reacted to you ever since you joined the pack. There’s no manual for how to do
this, no right or wrong answer,” he explained.
“I’ve been so focused on my career and my own successes that I haven’t thought about what comes
next,” she said. “I guess I just never thought what I would do once | solidified my career as a doctor. I
wasn’t thinking beyond that.”
“Being Luna would be a great step to take, padding your resume even more,” Logan teased her.
Serena rolled her eyes and shook her head. She got off the couch and went into the kitchen.
Logan followed her, putting on a pot of coffee for himself like he was perfectly comfortable in her home.
Serena didn’t mind. But she wondered where they would live if they ended up getting to that point in
their relationship. Logan’s house had been in his family for generations, and his mother still lived there.
The twins loved that house. It was big. Still, it was so lived in by Logan’s family, that Serena thought
she might always feel like a guest there. “Can you make me a cup too?” she asked, busying herself
with washing a few dishes that were left over from what looked like snacks Logan had prepared for the
kids. “Sure,” Logan said. “You know, we don’t have to figure everything out at once.” “I know,
“Whatever happens, happens,” he continued. “Trust me, I have my own insecurities about the future.”
“Really, what are they?” Serena asked, turning to look at Logan. He was leaning against the counter.
He chuckled and shook his head.
“The point is, if you worry too much now, then when the time comes, you will always choose the more
cautious route,” he said. “We don’t know what is going to happen. We may get to a point with each
other and the twins where the rest is inevitable and just feels right. That is my hope, anyway.” “You are
a wise Alpha,” Serena said with a smile. Logan chuckled and got some coffee mugs while Serena
finished the dishes. They returned to the couch with their coffee and sat down together. “So, what are
some of your insecurities?” she asked again. Logan grinned at her. “A lot of them are the same as
yours,” Logan said. “Though, I think mine also include concerns about you deciding you don’t want me
to be a part of the twins’ lives, or that you might take them away and live in the human world again.”
“Logan, that would never happen,” Serena assured. Logan nodded. “I believe that. On a basic level, of
course, I believe that,” he said. “But that’s the nature of insecurities, isn’t it?” “I guess so,” Serena said
with a light laugh. “So, let’s make a deal with each other right now,” Logan offered. He angled towards
her on the couch. He held his coffee mug between his palms. “Okay, what deal?” Serena
asked. “We will face our insecurities together so that we can build a stronger future for each other, our
kids, our family, and our pack,” he said. Serena bit her lower lip. “Deal,” she said. She held her mug out
and Logan clinked his against hers. He smiled widely at her. Serena looked into Logan’s eyes. She saw
how much he cared about her and the twins. In that moment, all her concerns about being Luna
vanished. She trusted Logan and she trusted herself to make the right decisions for the kids and for
Heat spread across her skin from the intensity of Logan’s gaze. She wanted to lean in closer to him.
The front door opened, interrupting the intimate moment brewing between Serena and Logan. “Oh, I
didn’t know you would both be here tonight,” Dana said walking in. She took her shoes and coat off.
“The kids certainly don’t lack for energy,” Logan said with a chuckle.
“Not at all,” Dana said with a smile. “Shall I get dinner started?” “Yes, please,” Serena said. “Will you be
joining us, Logan?” Dana asked the Alpha. He looked at Serena. She shrugged. Logan sighed, putting
his empty coffee mug on the coffee table. “Not tonight,” Logan said. He stood up and stretched. “My
mother has been hinting that I’ve been leaving her alone too much.” He chuckled slightly. “You should
say goodbye to the kids,” Serena said, standing up too. They went upstairs together while Dana got
started in the kitchen. Olivia and Oliver were in Olivia’s room together. They stopped their game when
their parents appeared. “I’ve got to go, kiddos,” Logan said. “What?” Olivia asked pouting. “Why?”
Oliver asked. Logan smiled gently. “I’ll be back soon, don’t worry,” he said. He knelt down and held his
arms out. Olivia and Oliver rushed at him, hugging him tightly.
“When will you not have to leave?” Olivia asked. Logan looked over his shoulder at Serena. Serena
sighed and smiled. “We’re getting there,” she said. Logan stood up and stepped out of the room. “Dana
is making dinner. Go downstairs and let her help you get washed up.” “Okay,” they said, running off
down the hall and the stairs. Serena and Logan walked down together more slowly. “Thank you for
spending the day with the kids,” Serena said as they walked down the stairs. “I know they are so
energetic, but they really love having every minute they can with their dad.” “I know,” Logan said with a
chuckle. They paused in the conversation while they headed out onto the porch. “I hope you know that
it means a lot to me too,” Serena said, touching Logan’s arm. He smiled at her, taking her hand and
bringing it to his lips. He kissed the back of her hand warmly. “I think it is safe to say that it means a lot
to all of us,” Logan agreed. “Does it help?” “Help what?” Serena asked, tilting her head to the side.
“You,” he said. “I love spending time with the kids, but I hope it is beneficial to you too.” Serena
laughed. “Oh, yes,” she said. “The kids will sleep very well tonight, and I will hopefully be awake
enough to indulge in a glass of wine.” “That sounds like the perfect end to a day like today,” Logan said.
Serena bit her lower
lip. She stepped closer to Logan and he slipped his arms around her. The embrace was warm and
affectionate. Logan kissed her on the cheek. It was so tame and chivalrous, but Serena was pleased
he wasn’t pushing or being some typical male animal.
“I’ll see you soon,” he said. “Count on it,” Serena said with a giggle. Logan left and Serena went back
inside to join the kids and Dana for dinner. Even though Olivia and Oliver were chattering to each other,
Serena could tell that they were getting tired.
Serena smiled at her kids, loving to see them bonding with Logan. She knew it was confusing to them
and hard on them not having him live there. Kids couldn’t always understand why adults did things a
certain way, and Serena wanted to take things
slow. Olivia and Oliver were just so in love with Logan and wanted him to be part of the family, they
didn’t understand the more serious implications that came with romantic ties between adults. Serena
sighed and shook her head. She had made a deal with Logan to face their insecurities together. She
wanted to take his advice and stop worrying about the things that were far off in the future. For the time
being, the kids were so happy to know Logan was their father and to have him in their life. Serena was
also so happy to have Logan and their budding romance. She wanted to focus on those good, happy
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