La Patron: The Alpha’s Alpha
By: Sydney Addae
BirthDate: Book Five of the La Patron Series
Copyright 2014 by Addae, Sydney
First Edition Electronic March 2014
Published by Sitting Bull Publications, LLC
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Book 5 of
The Patron, the Alphas Alpha
When you’re the top wolf on the continent with the backing of the Goddess, how does an enemy topple your kingdom? By challenging you to a fight?
By changing the rules.
In BirthDate, Silas goes to destroy the laboratory that has been a hub of wolf experiments and Asia’s former residence. Jasmine and Asia are linked in a way that no one can explain. But their connection proves to be critical to saving the young warrior as well as destroying one of the enemy’s strongholds. Leaving Jasmine in charge of the compound is risky but necessary for her to realize her role in his life. Through ups and downs, new threats and the name of their enemies, Silas and Jasmine’s love and commitment to each other is tried, tested and renewed in BirthDate.
This is the fifth book in the La Patron series.
Book one is BirthRight,
Book two is BirthControl
Book three is BirthMark
Book four is BirthStone
I want to thank everyone who enjoys the La Patron Series, you are the best. I appreciate your kind words and thoughts. A special shout out to Karen M. and Karen R., and Kellie, you ladies rock and I appreciate you so much for your hard work and efforts!
“You can leave to die, but I need you to return here to live,” Jasmine, mate of the La Patron, said sternly to Asia while sitting in the small steel encased cubicle. Asia’s bowed head nodded slowly. It was obvious this conversation distressed her, but Jasmine’s mate, Silas, had been concerned over Asia’s reckless, ready to die attitude since the last attempt on her life outside this very cell.
“I will try, Mistress. But the people we are going to destroy have a lot of tricks and there is no way to be prepared for them all. I have sworn to serve La Patron with my life and I consider it an honor to greet the Goddess on the battlefield.”
Boiling energy shot through Jasmine’s core as she stared at the honey-brown complexioned warrior. She tamped it down as she grabbed Asia’s arm to gain her attention and shake sense into her if possible. “The Goddess doesn’t want your life forfeited in this battle. You’ll assist the La Patron to defeat his enemies, but not with your life. Do. You. Understand. Me?” Jasmine growled as her fingers pressed into Asia’s flesh.
The warrior bitch’s head flew up sending her long braids flying over her shoulder. If she were not still blindfolded, their gazes would have collided. Instead, Jasmine stared into the dark half mask covering Asia’s eyes, trying to find the words to express how important it was to everyone that she not go all kamikaze in the field.
“But… I am not important, Mistress. I am still connected to them in some way, that is how the assassin found me.”
Jasmine thought of Mark and his unerring movements toward Asia’s cell. He had known exactly which cell the young bitch was in, which was why the blindfold was still in place. They had no idea what was the true state of Asia’s mind.
“And this life I have is not living. I do not wish to live without my mind being free, wondering if I am a threat to those I serve.” She shook her head. “I have little knowledge of who I am, where I have been or where I am going. The real me has been stolen –”
“Then steal it back,” Jasmine said quickly as she warmed to the idea. “A part of your mission will be to seek out a way to restore your mind, your memories, and your family.” The idea had merit. This way Asia would be free to live a semi normal life.
Jasmine tightened her grip again intent on gaining a promise. “If this lab is the place you spent most of your time, then start there. Let the prisoner you’ve become die. Take what you need to live free, but under no circumstances are you to cease to exist.” Her heart raced as she thought of the discussion she would have with Silas over this conversation. He might not be pleased that she’d added that assignment, but Asia needed a purpose to live and she’d just given her one.
“Steal my mind…from…they would have records stored somewhere, they never fully erase everything…the trick would be finding where…hmmm…it’s possible,” Asia murmured as she sat straighter.
Jasmine imagined the light of battle that had just entered her charge’s eyes and smiled. “There is so much we need to know that’ll be stored in those hidden databases. Silas has set upload capabilities for you and the rest of the team.”
“Yes, Mistress. I am aware,” Asia said in a distracted tone. “It sounds like a good plan and Jacques is capable.”
Jasmine bit back a laugh at the compliment that her mother’s mate would no doubt consider an insult. In some circles, Jacques was a considered a strategic genius, his ability to see patterns out of piles of data was legendary. His expertise had been sought by every Alpha in their nation at one time or another over the years.