The Lonely God

By Benita_16 All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Romance


"Who are you?" She demanded, her voice cold and stern. "I am Arles, the lone wolf." He answered patiently but he could feel rage course through his veins along with his blood. "And who do you think you are?" She asked sternly avoiding the dangerous amount of power and energy leaking off his figure. A thundering growl shakes the ground below her feet. "I will make you pay for this!" He growls ~ He was 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. A rule breaker. She was young and reckless. She didn't know what she was getting into when she crossed him.


There’s a couple of things that you need to know before you start to read this book:

1. This Book is a sequel to CHASING MY MATE but this book can be read as a stand-alone book. I promise you won’t miss any major detail.

2. In this book, HYBRID term is used to refer to those wolves who have one of the elemental powers like fire, water, air etc. Some say that hybrid wolves are the cursed wolves and some say that it’s a gift from the moon-goddess. If you find multiple explanations of being a Hybrid wolf then don’t fret, multiple folks have their multiple versions.

3. OCULUS REAPERis the name of Nefret’s(the protagonist) whip that’s wrapped around her wrist like a snake. It’s an enchanted weapon. It’s the enchanted weapon after OCULUS CARVER which is a sword, belonging to the OCULUS family. Don’t get confused between them.

My Mate is My Enemy
b. Chasing My Mate
c. The Lonely God

but you can still read the books in any way you want. You won’t miss anything important, I PROMISE!

5. Don’t be surprised if people mistreat Nefret (the protagonist). She always gets on the bad side of the people and their reaction towards her is hence justified.

6. THIS ONE IS IMPORTNAT>In this book, the Moon Goddess doesn’t pair mates. The paring of mates is done by ISHTAR, Sumerian and Babylonian goddess of love and fertility. She had a habit of attracting lovers and then killing or maiming them.

P.S. If you have any other quires then let me know in the comments. I’ll try to answer the questions and add anything that’s relevant.


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