❝I think he is attracted to her. Look at this beauty. Which man wouldn't want to keep her for himself? After all, ruling alone for such a long time he must be in search of a queen.❞He's said to be the first creation of the moon goddess.The lone wolf, Arles.The king of all wolves. An immortal. A god. They say he ruled ruthlessly. He had the power to change the inescapable destiny of man itself. She was a mortal.A troublemaker.She didn't know what she was getting into when she crossed him.View More
“You said you were going to check on the boys,” He growled at me lowly after locking us in an empty public restroom. He had given the mortal man a fright before hauling me to the restroom through the crowds. I was somewhat embarrassed about the situation but a part of me was oddly turned on. I could feel the power radiating off him. His eyes blazed with so much possessiveness. It was making me needier.
“I am going to check on the boys,” I told Arles as we walked out of the courtroom. He cocked an eyebrow at me.I knew he was going to object to it but before he could say anything, one of the ministers claimed his attention and soon they got busy with some important discussion.I took this moment to escape. I have been working all day and it had drained all my energy. I needed some fresh a
Interesting Facts about the Lonely God that nobody asked for1. Not many people know this but The Lonely God is an individual book in the trilogy Of Me and My Mate. The first book in the series is called My Mate is My Enemy, which is the story about Nefret’s grandparents. It was my first ever werewolf book on Wattpad. The second book in the series is called Chasing My Mate which is the story about Erika’s parents. You need not read the previous two books to read The Lonely God but if you are curious and have some penny to spare then you’ll find the books on Dreame. You’d have to pay to read though.2. Arles makes his first appearance in Chasing My Mate. There’s a part about him in the first chapter of the book and also he appears in the book several times to aid Erika and Andrew, Nefret’s parents.3. Not many people know this but Arles knew Nefret’s parents and he played a minute
It’s been a few months since I completed this book. Since then, this book has gotten millions of reads and thousands of comments and votes. It’s a part of my daily routine to read the comments and see how people react to my book.Among all the comments, I find some common questions and reactions. I am posting this chapter to clarify somethings. They are as follows:1. -HIM-I hiss in pain as two small hands scratch my face with their sharp nails.“Owww!” I cry out in pain before I shut my mouth and look at Nefret sleeping behind me to check if I woke her up. She is fast asleep, her eyes traveling from one corner of her eyes to
The Lonely God EPILOGUE
-HIM-I hiss in pain as two small hands scratch my face with their sharp nails.“Owww!” I cry out in pain before I shut my mouth and look at Nefret sleeping behind me to check if I woke her up. She is fast asleep, her eyes traveling from one corner of her eyes to
-HER-“I am scared,” Is the next thing that I utter before I bury my face in his chest and break down into tears. His arms are instantly around me, holding me close to him and giving me a sense of safety. As I cry, I feel something travel up my food pipe. In the next moment, I am pushing him back and rushing to the bathroom.
-HER-I wake up the next day lightheaded. “I want to sleep more,” I groan into the pillow when he tries to pull me out of the bed.“We have a lot of work today, Neffie.” He speaks above me while I cover my ears with another pillow and try to hide deeper into the shee
-HER-“Ishtar?” I utter in disbelief, but she halts at the front of the stage before giving us a huge smile.“I am not Ishtar...” says the goddess in front of me in a sweet, melodic voice. It sounds so enchanting. She has a natural charismatic aura to her which itsel