Warning: Not a standalone book. Book 2 of The Southern Werewolves Pack “Do not grieve at my grave for I am not there.” Cohen Kingsley, the former Alpha of the Southern Werewolves Pack, returns to his pack in an effort to find the body of his mate, Mira, who died nine months ago. Accompanied by his pack, family, and friends, Cohen sets out to find the missing body of his mate. Soon, he realizes all those things he learned about his mate, he's barely scratching the surface. Mira's life was more than just being tortured and experimented by her step brother, Damien. Without knowing the consequences of involving himself and everyone into her past life, Cohen put everyone at risk. Their investigation about Mira's missing body soon comes fruitful and at the same time, trouble follows. He realizes that there is still another big threat lingering around. A bigger threat than the battle against Damien Kincaid. But, it's already too late to back out as they're all already involved deeply into the mess. With the help of his allies, old and new, they unearth the oldest secret of all. The existence of the world's oldest species that nobody knows has ever existed.View More
Mira’s pen hovered on the paper. She couldn’t think of anything else to add to her journal. Her eyes scanned every word she had written on the page. It amazed her that she could write this much of the story of her life. She never had a formal education, but she was lucky that a woman taught her how to read and write during their enslavement.Mira didn’t write the story of her life to remind herself how she got this far. But she wrote it for her kids when they faced hardship in their lives and thought of giving it up. She wanted them to know how many hardships their parents had to endure to get this far.Everyone questioned; what happened now? Dalton Forest had proven the two Councilors of the Werewolf’s Council, Ophelia Jade and Robert, were guilty of numerous charges, including the murdered case of his younger brother, Winston, who was
Two months later, somewhere in Cuba.Cohen parked his car before coming out and walking to the bar of the town. He had been in town nearly one week now. He slipped a few hundred dollar bills to the bouncer on the front door before he was let to enter. There was no time to waste as Cohen made his way to the basement where the real fun was.An illegal fight match.People were roaring at the ongoing match, but that didn’t bother him as he kept going until he entered a changing room. Taking his shirt off, he prepared for his own fight, which would be after the current one. He wrapped his hands with boxing tape. For someone like him, he had to fight carefully—without taking life unless intended to. The match wasn’t what he was looking for. It was the guests who attended the match that was his main prior
Two hours into the celebration, everyone was having a good time. Mira spotted Amanda stealing glances at Vincent a few times. She realized the former couple had yet to reconcile. Now and then, they would steal glances at each other. Vincent was busy talking and laughing to some single female pack members. He looked like he was having a good time while Amanda looked like she was about to commit homicide.“Oh, get over it!” Mira groaned as she was annoyed by Amanda’s stealing glances. “Just go there and talk to him.”“He hates my guts. I swear it; he hates me,” Amanda said, trying hard not to look at Vincent.“Can I steal her for a moment?” Cohen asked Amanda.“Sure, Mister Happily Ever After,” Amanda replie
Mira stood by the full-length mirror, looking at her own reflection as she continued to fix her hair. It had been an hour since she stood there, fixing whatever she felt needed some fixing. Tonight was Cohen’s thirty-fifth birthday celebration. He was officially old and grumpy at everyone who agreed to do the celebration. He told them that he didn’t need to be reminded that he was an older man now, but everyone insisted that he would have a good time during the celebration.Believe it or not, Mira was intended to make it a good time for her mate. He had been working hard lately as he was trying to get many things done and catch up with Liam’s work during Cohen’s nine months of absence. He worked until late hours, and Mira began to worry that he might throw himself into work again, but he promised her that this would be temporary. Once he got the hang of everything again, his schedul
A week had passed since the war. After that, Cohen was busy visiting families of those who lost their sons and daughters during the two battles. Then, Mira had to return to Stefano’s realm with Clavier, Vito, and the army. She went there so that Stefano could check the extent of her demon wolf’s transformation and see if she could stay in the demon wolf’s form longer without losing control. Dalton, Karmille, and the first battalion returned to the Council’s land. Dalton launched an investigation against everyone in the Council after receiving dozens of reports from Clavier about the Werewolf’s Council’s dark secrets. After spending a week in Stefano’s realm, Mira returned to Cohen’s arms. It had been three days since she returned. Cohen had been keeping Mira to himself first. She hadn’t got the chance to meet his parents again because obviously, the Alpha nee
Everyone stopped as if the time had stopped ticking and just focused on the sound of the cracking on the stone table. At the same time, Amanda successfully dispelled the dome that covered the stone table and the people who were meant to be the sacrifices. The packs began to pull those people out of the danger zone as they didn’t know what would happen when Mira was fully shifted into her demon wolf.Clavier was crouching next to Stefano, trying to heal the High Lord, stabbed with his own spear. But their eyes focused at the stone table. Cohen couldn’t take his eyes off Mira as she shifted into a demon wolf. The moment the shifting was completed, the battlefield fell into a deep silence. The first time Cohen saw Mira’s demon wolf was when Amanda sent him to the back of her mind—to the realm of the demon wolf. He never thought the beast could be that magnificent. The demon wolf’
In her demon wolf’s realm, Mira was forced to exit to another part of its realm. There, she saw the same gates that Amanda put up to control Mira’s bad memories from affecting her deeply. Now, the gates were opened. She wondered what would happen if she walked past the broken gate. Her demon wolf was too busy causing suffering to others. Mira knew she had to find a way to stop her demon wolf from causing more trouble. She had to find a way to make her demon wolf acknowledge Cohen as the Alpha and answer only to him.If she could find an answer, it should be where it all began for her. The opened gates were where it began for her. Cohen walked through those gates when he came to save her from her demon wolf nine months ago. She knew the memories that were hiding beyond the gates, and for years, she chose to ignore those memories. Mira chose not to confront her painful past because she thought sh
Stefano ran towards Alistair as his spear materialized in his hands. He knew his father’s death had something to do with Alistair. After all, the de Lucca family dedicated their lives to prevent Alistair from gaining power. Only Eleanor de Lucca brought disgrace to the de Lucca family’s name as she chose to serve Alistair and his goal.Stefano rose into the air and brought the Angel of Death along with him as they battled in the sky. The Knights of Death charged towards Cohen and the armies he brought along. The people who were meant to be the sacrifices remained rooted on the ground. Their mouths continued to the incantation that was spoken by Mira’s demon wolf. Trinity created a smaller dome covering the stone table and the sacrifices. The Knights of Death began to form protective lines around the dome, protecting the ritual with their lives. They didn’t care about their lives as
Cohen looked out the window of his office and noticed the sky was changing color slowly. In a few minutes, the sun would start to take over the moon slowly. His heart became restless as he was nowhere close. No matter how hard he didn’t want to think about being late to save her, he couldn’t ignore it. Last time, he was late saving her. He didn’t want to be late this time, but he had no clues about finding her.For the first time, Cohen felt useless. All those years and knowledge couldn’t help him find the one person he needed to find.The office door was slammed open, and Liam walked in as he breathed heavily. Sweats rolled down his forehead as if he was in a marathon. Cohen looked at him, and his eyes widened. Words weren’t needed between them. Liam didn’t need to tell him a word because his expression said it all.
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