Katya has always been an outsider, shunned for having no wolf and unable to live up to the reputations of her Beta father and infamous warrior mother. Just before her 18th birthday her family is stripped of their titles and shunned from the pack. They have only two options, go rogue or seek refuge in a Black Creek Pack. Katya suddenly finds herself caught up in a web of lies her parents told. Now not only does she need to prove herself to her new Alpha, but she has to keep him from finding out her secret. However, Katya finds keeping her secret harder than she thought when the Alpha shows a keen interest in her, she is forced to move into the packhouse. And with nowhere to hide, she is forced to go to extreme measures to keep him from finding out she has no wolf. But darkness looms, and secrets come to light, more than she ever imagined. Now Katya doesn’t know who to trust or who to turn to when everything she thought she knew was just another lie of a bigger secret kept. Just when she believes she has all the pieces of the puzzle, does she learn the Alpha was keeping a secret of his own; she is his mate. There is just one issue, Katya has no wolf and if he figures that out, will he keep her or shun her as her last Alpha did?View More
KyanCries fill the birthing suite as our son is finally born. We have all held our breaths ever since Marabella went into labor early, and our son's heart rate dropped as her contractions worsened, only to become stuck, and he was eventually delivered by forceps. Only when he was born he didn’t cry, and a flurry of nurses ran around, and doctors rushed in while they tried to get him to breathe. So when his ear-piercing scream resounds around the room, I suck in a breath of relief, and Jonah breaks down. Those few minutes are the most intense few minutes of my life. It was heart-stopping when we were only met with silence, and the fearful look on the midwife's face made my stomach drop. The midwife brings him back over to Mara, setting him on her naked chest while Jonah and I hover, watching over them. I thought no day would ever outmatch the day my father returned to me. How wrong I have been. Our son has only been born for a few minutes, and I know without a doubt that I love him
MarabellaA month and a half later“No. I’m telling you it goes there,” Dominic argues with my father Mateo.“Then what is this piece for? You have it upside down,” he replies, holding the piece of wood. They both look at my other father holding the instructions while I rock in the chair rubbing my huge round belly. I look like a beach ball.“I say, just screw it together, get some hex screws and duct tape,” Andrei says and they all look at him as he holds the drill.“And that is exactly why you pass the tools,” mom tells him. She plucks the instructions out of dad’s hands and turns them the right way up, clicking her tongue. “Out of all of you, you have half a brain cell between the lot of ya,” scolds my mother. “Yeah, leave it to the assembly Queen,” Sage says, pointing to herself and plucking the drill from Uncle Andrei’s hand.“Fine. We will start on the chest of draws,” Dominic says, turning to the other assembly kit.“No!” Mom, Sage, and I say in unison. All of them look at us
JonahI chase after Kyan, but Kaif takes off with him, taking control, and I know why. He wants to end it before he thinks much about it, so he needs to retrieve the dagger. Kyan knows for Mara to live, Kaif must die, and he sees no other way out. His pain crushes me, yet I have wandered from the trail and am now struggling to find my way back. I head back up the hill with no other choice, knowing it leads back to the ruins. I don’t want to wander too far and become lost. When I reach the top, I clutch my knees and try to catch my breath. Eziah and Marabella stand arguing with Katya, who pays them no mind as she looks at the grimoire she holds. Kat’s eyes flick to me before her voice is suddenly in my head.“Take Mara,” she says, and I swallow, trying to figure out what she is doing here and why she wants me to take Mara. Kat then tosses the grimoire into the coffin, and I move toward the ruins, slightly hesitant as I step inside the pentagram. The power emanating from the three of t
KatyaWe are eating dinner when I feel the pull. It sucks me in and I am suddenly standing in the fountain room of the Moon Goddess realm. I try to figure out what has pulled me here, yet as another wave of nausea rolls over me, the realm shakes. The water in the fountains sloshes over the sides and I grip onto one, trying to hold it steady. I stare down at Dominic’s wolf that glows like a beacon amongst the mist. The shudders stop again and I regain my feet, moving to the fountain of life. I swipe through the smog and steam, clearing the water to see Eziah’s life force darkening and Marabella’s turning gold. My heart hammers in my chest as I try to figure out what is going on. What went wrong? Frantically, I drag my fingertips through the water, some spills over the edge, as I rewind the past to see. They opened the coffin! I gasp. I had no idea how they could do it, but I also knew it would be done. Never in my life have I wanted one of my visions to come true, but this one, the s
MarabellaKyan looks at me before looking at the sky and back at his father. Something is flooding through him. It feels like determination as he takes off and runs outside the ruins and grabs the Grimoire. He comes back, flicking through the pages before he looks back inside the coffin, rummaging around before pulling out the talisman from underneath Dominic. It is like the one in the dagger; it shares the same shape. I glance down at the open grimoire, noticing the drawing inside, a picture of the moon and the two stones. Yet, as I pick up the dagger that holds the other, I notice the differences. The one in the dagger is blood red and sparkles, the one Kyan holds is a crimson color, but dark and shadows make it almost appear smoky. Eziah comes to stand by me. He pockets the dagger to return it to the Moon Goddess realm while looking over at Kyan and watching him. Kyan finds the spell, making both Eziah and I repeat it before nervously glancing up at the moon, which is directly ab
Eziah Something is happening. The moment Kyan’s magic latches onto her, she jolts. A cold rush moves through me, and her eyes bleed black. She smiles sadistically. The look on her face is eerie, like she is looking straight through me. Jonah refuses to let me go to her, and I am a second away from blasting him with my magic as she speaks to something, agreeing with it, while Kyan tries to coax her out of whatever state she is in.He looks at her worriedly, whispering to her to ignore the voices. I can’t hear anything, but it is clear she can. Black tendrils writhe all over her exposed skin and she chuckles, smiling as what appears to be euphoria moves through her. Thunder and lightning streak the sky and rumble loudly, cracking like a whip and igniting the sky in angry streaks of light. Kyan speaks calmly when blood starts to stream from her eyes, nose, and ears. His voice grows higher and louder when he suddenly bites her. He sinks his teeth into her neck, remarking her. Her eyes
Jonah“Seriously, there has to be a better way than walking,” Eziah whines as we trek up the narrow trail toward the ruins at the back of the property.“Do you ever stop whining?” I mutter while rolling my eyes.“I am just saying for a dead guy, he is pretty heavy, and why the ruins?” he whines even louder, as if I haven’t had enough of his attitude ages ago. Fuck, can he, for once, just shut it?“Kaif said the ruins are where he goes,” I explain. Eziah groans and places the coffin on the ground before stretching his back. I carefully set the other end down. “Well, he should be helping,” Eziah grumbles.“He is preoccupied,” I tell him, trying not to smirk.“Doing what? Staring at Mara while she sleeps,” he growls.“They are definitely not sleeping from the feeling in the bond he is currently balls deep in her tight pussy,” I tell him, shifting uncomfortably. I adjust myself, my erection is becoming quite uncomfortable. With a smirk across my lips, I point my finger down at my groin.
Kyan I refuse to let myself have hope. I would know if there was a way for him to come back, right? Yet, watching Kaif in control, the way he skims through the grimoires flicking through pages, his finger running down the pages…It seems like he knows exactly what he is looking for, though I have never glimpsed this grimoire before. My father always told me not to touch it, so I always left it alone when I went through his room or cleaned in there. Pressing closer to the surface, I peer down at the pages, looking out of his eyes. “What are you looking for?” I ask him.“The incantation used to create the stones,” Kaif answers. I can feel Jonah hovering behind us, watching us. Kaif, also feeling him, looks over his shoulder at him. He stands leaning against the door, waiting for permission to come in.Jonah knows what boundaries he can cross with Kaif, and Kaif never lets people into this room. Although Jonah has been in here with me, Kaif always forbade him from entering. Kaif hated
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