Omega's Rebirth

What was worse than death itself? Well it was dying knowing that no one would miss you, knowing that your death was a favour to everyone you ever knew. This was exactly how I felt the day I died. I was the love child of the Eclipse Alpha King, in a time where the mate bond was considered sacred, a child born out of wedlock was nothing short of sacrilegious... 'It was his fault, he loved someone other than his mate...' 'It was his fault, he had carnal knowledge of a human woman.' 'It was all his fault, my only crime was being born out of his lust.' But why was that Alpha King father of mine perfectly safe, while I was hated, scorned and blamed for everything instead? Why did I have to be my father's bargaining chip, used to achieve his goals? Why could I not get a rejection like everyone else but was instead murdered by my own mate? Why was I killed before I even had a chance to live? I had a thousand questions and yet there was no one to answer and this was exactly how I died... So why then did my eyes flutter open to that day, a month before my death? Was it because of my little secret? A secret I will tell no one else but you... From the title of my tale, you must think I am an omega wolf... No, you got it wrong... I am not an Omega wolf, I am an Alpha wolf and my name is Omega. ~Second Book in the Werewolf Rebirth Series. *Not a prequel or sequel to 'The Alpha King's Nemesis', both books are not related save for the world setting and Werewolf Rebirth concept. *Cover art sourced from the internet, all credits to the original artist.*

JHeart · Fantasy
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640 Chs

The Seer (Ch.306)

Adrienne sat stiffly in an iron chair, her hands folded together in her lap as she waited. 

What exactly she was waiting for, Adrienne was not certain.

  It could have been a something, or a someone or perhaps the broken blade were just playing games, Adrienne could not tell.

The blindfold had been taken off, though that did not make much of a difference since Adrienne currently sat in a room encased in pitch darkness.

There was not even a single strand of light that seeped through, and Adrienne could not begin to tell where exactly she was.

The dwarf had lead Adrienne for over an hour all through which Adrienne had seen nothing of the path they had taken.

All she knew was that they had gotten into a carriage and travelled through a forest.

When they had stopped, they had walked for a little while before they entered a door and then down a hallway till they had arrived in this room.