In a world where it is almost impossible to find a fated mate and hard to reject them, Tamia finds herself in a bind when her husband suddenly finds his fated mate. From the loved and wanted wife, she faded into the shadows of his heart. The heartbreak is intense, yet she can’t let go because of the ties that bind them, but she knows only true freedom can bring her peace. So when an opportunity to escape her husband's pack presents itself by virtue of sacrifice, she takes it and does not look back. Fate might have decided to rob her of her joy, her home and her happy ending, but Tamia takes destiny into her hands and decides to create her own fate with the Dark Alpha.View More
~Sylvester~ Alexei took out his phone and called Peter. The man was more than happy to answer. It was as if he was waiting for Alexei to call. Alexei put him on speaker so we could listen in on the conversation. "My lord, we have been waiting for your call," Peter said enthusiastically. "Our men are ready, but I do not think it is wise to move them from Gad right now," he said, and we were attentive. "Why is that?" Alexei asked, and I heard Peter sigh. "I do not know if the information is accurate. But we got a call from Greenville that the coronation will take place in two nights because Yuri is coming to do something in Gad tomorrow night," he said, confirming the conversation Leo had eavesdropped on. "How sure are you about this?" Alexei asked. "Our informant in Yuri's team does not lie to us. I do not know what Yuri plans to do in Gad, but this might be an opportunity to get him. We have two hundred and fifty men. I am sure we can do a number on him. If that man isn't put
~Sylvester~ We arrived in Gad on the last flight from Lucland. We flew economy, and our warriors were the entire passenger in the economy section. We looked like regular people, which brought no cause for alarm. Ighor was with us, and he did not give us any trouble. In fact, he was very confident and composed. Even though Vino claimed he was remorseful, I still had misgivings about him, but we were already on the journey; there was nothing to do but ensure we eliminated the enemy and survived. In the worst-case scenario, we had to survive and return to our mates. I ensured Ighor joined my pack so he won't be able to link his friends when we get to Gad. Unlike Vino and Andrew, I still had my misgivings about the guy. The flight wasn't long, but I could feel the nervousness in the air. We could not interact as we wanted to because we did not want to be detected since it wasn't our private plane. We did not have any prior arrangement with the airline company that we would be
~Tamia~ I thought the days would go by slowly, but they didn't. They moved fast. Sylvester and I had little time together because we had to train. Even though we weren't going to Gad, the women had to be battle ready. Claudia was excluded from the training because she had too much work to do. Her dark circle were pronounced, and she looked like someone that would crack any moment. The surprising part was she always managed to keep it together. I admired her strength. I would have been in knots by now if I were in her shoes. Stephanie had linked to inform me that Jake had finally woken up. I was happy for her and glad we won't say goodbye as we thought, but the coming battle made it impossible for me to celebrate. Sylvester had told me they would be leaving in the night the following day. After explaining his reason, I accepted it. Amelia and Susan arrived in the afternoon, and I was surprised Gezel had come with them. Sylvester was surprised, too, but I figured Amelia or Leo
~Claudia~ The days went by fast. I needed to breathe to stop and think, but there was no time for it. Jake was recovering well, and Vino was training most of the time. There were moments I had the urge to just leave because, deep down, I didn't see all of them coming home. Sylvester's talk about what we should do if they fall got to me, making me wonder if I had been cursed. My husband died, and then I met my fated. It should be a happy feeling, but it wasn't because danger loomed from the moment I saw him. I did not know what to do. I was a woman of few words; somehow, my words had become fewer over the weeks. Keeping calm amid everything was difficult, but I had to. I knew nothing would lift me up if I broke down, so this would have to do. Jake had finally woken up, but sadly, he could not feel his wolf. Erik had told him to give it time, especially since he was still weak, but I doubted the time would work. Melvin had said that was one of the outcomes if anyone survived his
~Leo~ The day was fast approaching, and it made me restless. The fact that we did not know what to expect in Gad made it worse. The men and I trained, and we practised our formation. Sylvester and I were in touch, and he told us we were still on course. Ighor willingly continued communicating with Yuri, and according to their conversations, the meeting was going to hold. Max and Kyle had involved their betas respectfully, and even though they wanted to join us in Gad, where the real battle would happen, I still decided I would send them to the South. We had somehow decided they won't be a decoy. That they would actually fight and take Greenville from the Stepanovs. They were more than eager to oblige when they knew they had a real mission. It would be logical to have Devin go with them, but we had a formation that worked best with Devin, so he would have to come with us. It was evening time, and Alexei had gone to the VIP bunker to get Alia so he could spend time with her. He had
~Amelia~ I thought when we got to Mountain, Leo and I would have time, but we had spent two days already, and the only time we had was nighttime. He spent the day ensuring the warriors trained and sharing their formation with them. It was hectic. My brothers helped, too. Within two days, my sister-in-law, Alia, came to join us because Alexei did not want to take any chances. She had come with her newborn twins and three Omegas to help her. Apparently, she had given birth while in hiding. They did not communicate with Alexei, so the call will not be traced. I was enthusiastic about her visit, but the fear of the battle's outcome weighed heavily in my mind, that I could not spend time with the lovely twins. They both were fair-haired with weird eyes like mine. Seeing them, I figured my children would look that way too. Especially knowing Leo had some Stepanov genes. The twins were adorable. A boy and a girl, and they named them Josephine and Eiane. Apparently, they had discussed the
~Susan~ I had never been filled with so much fear in my life. I could feel the countdown. Deen down, I wished Sylvester would reach out and inform us that Yuri had changed plans, but the fact that he was still on course and the meeting would still hold in Gad brought fear to me. I knew it wasn't a sure win, even though we wished it would be a certain victory. I was worried sick. I had seen too much betrayal to be confident in the people on our team, especially the Stepanovs, but I kept my fears to myself. The battle was in three days, and I did not want to get in Devin's head. He needed all the support he could get, and I was willing to give it no matter what. I just had to hope for the best. My heart remained broken because we could not go to the South. That was where we were supposed to be. Devin and me. We were supposed to be with our people, lending them strength and courage. Instead, we had to hide with Leo and pray that it all worked out for good while our loyal pack member
~Tamia~ We finally finished creating the darts. Amelia had complained about why I was making so much, and Linda couldn't wrap her head around it. We had finally finished, and it was much. The Omegas that were helping us helped pack them carefully into packs. It was evening, and Susan had called to inform us a few hours ago that they had arrived at Mountain and settled in. I stood by the window in the studio to look at the setting sun. I wondered if all of this would indeed be over in five days. I hated to think of the battle, and the fact that we wouldn't be there was killing me. I was worried for everybody, and I did not want to carry on alone. Still, I guess the possibility of that outcome came with the burden of bearing the crown. I stood motionless at the window and watched the orange sky. "Tamia," I heard Avery's gentle voice behind me, and I turned to look at her. She was tired, and I could see the longing in her eyes; it mirrored mine. We all missed our children. No matter
The Dark Side of Fate is a fantasy dark erotic novel that tells the story of a woman who finds her own salvation through brave acceptance of her fate.Tamia is a loved wife until fate decided to lead her and Leo to different paths. Everything was blissful until one day, Leo met Casper and realized that Casper is the one destined for him, not Tamia. Tamia was devastated and daringly walks away from relentless and unworthy emotional turmoils from the betrayal of her and Leo's pack. Explore more of Tamia's journey after she continues to find her own mate.
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