Chapter 19 - Haze (19)
The man whispered into my ear, “You’re an omega, aren’t you?”
Followed by his low voice, the man strengthened his grip on my shoulder. I immediately fell to the floor. A thud echoed in my ears, but I didn’t even feel pain. When I emptily blinked and looked up, I saw the man’s erect member.
“What are you doing over there?”
It was another man’s voice. He was also another bare-skinned Extreme Alpha who had been invited to the party. This wasn’t good. They were gathering around me one by one. It was truly not good.
“So it’s true that Keith’s secretary is an omega,” someone mocked.
Another voice jumped in. “He’s the one who was standing by the entrance earlier. So he’s the rumored omega?”
“That Keith bastard, he must have been lying when he claimed that he doesn’t sleep with men even if they’re omegas.”
The snickering continued.
“Of course. Look at this motherf*cker’s face. It says manwh*re.”
I jolted. I could feel my foreboding hunch about to be turned into reality. Looking down at me as I squirmed to escape this space, the men jabbered among themselves.
“He actually got me kinda horny when I saw him at the entrance.”
“If he’s here, this motherf*cker must also want some.”
“Omegas being thirsty is an instinct. What’s new?”
“Is it okay, though? Isn’t he Keith’s personal hole?”
Somebody asked with a hint of concern, and a mocking voice followed right after.
“Keith brought a girl with him tonight. What’s more, he always said some bullsh*t about not sleeping with men. He can’t say shit to us.”
“Yeah, that’s right! Hahahaha.”
The men clapped and laughed as they surrounded me.
My conscience drifted further away. Fear crawled as the pheromones weighed down my body. All I could think was that I had to find an escape. I trembled as I crawled on the floor. Was the elevator not here yet? Even if it were to come, would I be able to run away?
Would I be able to deny their pheromones until the end?
I continued to crawl away frantically. Just as doubt arose in one corner of my mind, somebody grabbed my collar and flung me across the room. I couldn’t even scream when I slammed into the wall and collapsed back onto the floor.
I coughed in reflex, my entire body convulsing. I heard someone sneer.
“Where do you think you’re going? Wait like a good boy. I’ll tell you who will do you first.”
Someone raised an objection right away.
“You’re kidding, right? We’re gonna take turns or something? What are we supposed to do while we just wait for you to f*ck?”
“It’s not like we can all tap him at the same time.”
“Why not?” Someone else snickered. “I’ve done three going in at once.”
“Is that possible? I’ve tried two at once, but…”
As surprised exclamations poured out, he proudly offered another question.
“Even an arm can fit. Why couldn’t you fit three d*cks?”
“That’s kinda disgusting. Respect for that omega who took y’all in.”
“That’s what you think. Of course he’s dead.”
Everyone burst out in laughter, as if his remark was the funniest joke in the world. Every last one of them was insane. Their brains must have been screwed over by their own pheromones. If that wasn’t the case, how could they possibly laugh at a conversation like that? They were talking much too nonchalantly—like they were talking about the weather or something.
“Anyway, he’s Keith’s secretary. Killing him would be trouble, so keep it in moderation. How’s three at once? Two down low, one up high.”
An impatient voice sliced through the carefree chit-chat. “What is this, a f*cking UN meeting? I don’t care if you take turns, I’m starting now.”
All I had managed to do in that time was stand up. I watched in terror as a naked man pranced toward me. Their conversation fluttered dizzily about my head. It made me pull forth the strength I didn’t know I had. I knew I would die if I didn’t do anything. No, even if I didn’t die, I would at least get very close to it. Needless to say, I had no intention of ending up like that.
“Whoa, where are you going?”
Somebody shouted, a mirthful yet sinister lilt in his voice. He was mocking me as I stumbled away in an attempted escape. Laughter poured out of the crowd, but nobody came after me. Instead, they whistled at and mocked me.
“Careful, you’re gonna fall.”
“Whatcha waiting for, Ken? Just do it.”
“Run away, come on! Go, run!”
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