My Hockey Alpha chapter 257 by Werewolf

My Hockey Alpha Chapter 257
My Hockey Alpha Chapter 257: Still Sisters
Nina
While Enzo was rallying the hockey team and Luke was evacuating the
students into the tunnels where it was safe, I was coming up with another
plan.
I couldn’t tell anyone about it — not even Enzo, Jessica, or Lori. It was too
dangerous of a plan, and I knew that they would all disapprove of it. But it had
to be done; I knew that the rogue leader was sent here for me, and therefore
I could lure him away from the others.

I hid several vials of the antidote in the inner pockets of my jacket, where no
one would see them. My plan was maybe a little too rushed and simple, but it
was all I could come up with in the time that I had.
When everyone else was fighting, my plan was to distract the rogue leader
and lure him away from the others. Then, once we were far enough away, I
hoped to ambush him with the vials of antidote and turn him human.
I just hoped that it would work. The rogue leader seemed to be genetically
engineered, so there was no knowing exactly how much of the antidote it
would take to turn him human. For all I knew, the antidote wouldn’t even work
at all. But I had to try something. If I could just take out the leader, then that
would make the rogues under his command lose their momentum. If there was
one thing I learned from the first attack on the campus, it was that rogues
needed a leader of some kind in order to get anything done. Without that, they
would break apart and would be less of a threat. Therefore, I was confident
that taking out their leader would make the rogues easily defeated. Maybe it
would even make them retreat.
I just managed to finish stuffing the last vial of the antidote into my jacket when
Enzo and Matt suddenly burst into the infirmary.
“Have you seen Selena?” Enzo asked, sounding somewhat agitated but still
cool and level-headed at the same time. “No one can find her. I hope she
didn’t make a run for it. She could be up to something.”
I let out an exasperated sigh. “I’ll find her.”
We needed Selena somewhere safe. She was weaker now without any of her
powers, which made her an easier target. And if she was killed, then I would
die too. She needed to be kept in the tunnels with the others, where no one
would be able to hurt her and where Luke could keep a close eye on her.
Enzo looked at his watch. “Judging from what Luke said, we should have a
couple of hours before the rogues get here,” he said. “I’m going to be busy

getting the team ready to fight. Are you sure you’ll be okay looking for her?”
I nodded. “I’ll be fine,” I replied. “I think I might know where she’s hiding, and
she can’t hurt me now that I have a wolf and she doesn’t.”
Enzo paused for a few moments. His brown eyes warily searched my face; I
knew that he was incredibly worried about me. With a weak smile, I walked up
to him and planted a gentle kiss on his cheek.
“I’ll be fine,” I whispered. “I’ll be back soon.”
Enzo nodded. His hand lingered on my face for a few moments before he
dropped his arm back down to his side and nodded for a second time. With a
final squeeze of his hand, I pushed the infirmary door open and ran out into the
chaos.
Hundreds of students and frightened townspeople were running around the
campus. Luke and a few others were wrangling people and gathering them so
they could be calmly informed of the situation and taken into the tunnels. I tried
to help a bit as I ran past, but I had an equally important mission of my own to
find Selena.
“If I were Selena, where would I be…” I whispered to myself as I jogged
across campus. I knew that she couldn’t be in her dorm, as Luke would have
looked there first. I decided to try the lecture halls first, since they had no
windows and had desks to hide under. Plus, she knew those rooms well
compared to the rest of campus.
I jogged into the classroom building, then down the stairs into the basement
where the three large lecture halls were held.
“Selena?” I called, pushing open the first door. I ran up and down the rows of
seats, checking beneath the desks, but she wasn’t there. She wasn’t in the
maintenance closet, either. In fact, as I ran through all three lecture halls, I
realized that she wasn’t there. I cursed under my breath as I finished

searching the last one, then ran back out into the hall and looked around wildly
for another option.
She was my twin; even though she didn’t have her wolf, we still had our twin
bond. I knew that if I just closed my eyes and focused really hard, I could get
a sense of where she might have gone…
Suddenly, I got a feeling.
The bathrooms. She had to be in there.
I ran over to the girls’ bathroom and flung the door open.
“Selena?”
I was answered with silence, but I knew she was in here. I could sense it. I
slowly began to walk down the row of stalls and pushed each door open,
looking for her.
“Selena, it’s safe to come out,” I said. “We have a place where we’re taking all
of the refugees. You’ll be safe there. I promise I won’t let anything happen to
you.”
Suddenly, I heard someone clear their throat from the stall at the end.
“Fuck off,” Selena growled.
I sighed and walked down to the last stall. When I tried to push the door open,
it was locked; but I could see Selena crouching on the toilet through the crack
in the door.
“Selena, come on,” I begged. “We don’t have a lot of time. I’m just trying to
keep you safe. The Luna sent those rogues for us. You can’t hide on your
own.”
“I’ll be fine,” she croaked. “Go away

A groan rumbled in my throat. “If you don’t come out, I’ll break down the door
and drag you to safety myself. I don’t want either of us to die, Selena.
Please.”
There was a long silence. I could see my sister’s wide, blue eyes staring at
me through the crack in the door for a long time before she finally jumped
down off of the toilet and slowly opened the door. When she opened it, I could
see now that she had a knife in her trembling hand.
I held my hands up in surrender and took a step back.
“There’s no need for that,” I said.
Selena’s face darkened. “How do I know you’re not trying to play a trick on me
or something?”
I sighed. “There’s no way I can convince you for certain, and I know that,” I
replied calmly. “I just need you to trust me. Regardless of everything, you’re
my twin sister. If the Luna gets her way, we won’t have any family left except
for each other. I promise I’ll protect you, but you need to trust me.”
Selena stared at me for a few long moments. For a long time, I wasn’t sure if
she would make a stab at me, run, or listen to me.
But finally, she lowered the knife and stared down at the floor.
“Fine,” she whispered. “I’ll go with you.

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