The King Without A Queen

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I woke up with a jolt. “Where are Tyler and Beatrice?” I asked the first thing that came to my mind. I clearly remembered that we three were planning on going to Tyler’s house to hang out.

My eyes widened when I saw Silvic sitting on a chair beside the bed I was in. He promptly stood up, “Are you okay?” Concern was noticeable in his tone.

I meekly nodded my head, slightly confused at the scene.

“Umm, why am I here?”

He raised an eyebrow, “You don’t remember? Well, you did hit your head pretty bad.” He sighed and sat down the chair he was sitting before.

I immediately raised my hands and touched my head. It was bandaged.

“What happened?” I asked him. I was horrified. Did I do something stupid and hit my head? What did I do exactly?

When he started to explain, all the things that happened came back to me. I felt like I was hit by a tsunami.

“Where is Beatrice? And is Tyler okay?” I asked him, my mind was in frenzy. All the things that happened till were flashing inside my mind.

“Yeah, Tyler told us about the things you wanted to say-,” He gave me a pat on my head, “I’m surprised that you remember about the half wolves.”

I felt like a dog when he patted me, but surprisingly, I didn’t mind.

Did I hit my head really bad? Or was I turning insane?

“What happened to that man?” I asked him.

He sighed, “He got away. He was after you. I guess, he could tell that you are a Luna. I was wondering how an outsider could get inside our territory.”

I kept eye contact with him, urging him to go on, “I just realized that he was from our pack. He was perfectly fine. I don’t understand how he could turn into a half wolf.” He ran his hand through his hair, “What in the world is happening?”

I shrugged, “I have no idea but freaking out won’t solve the problem.” I told him. He slightly nodded his head, “You are right.” He agreed.

My eyebrows twitched when he gave me a smirk. What was he up to? My whole body started to shudder when I started to think about the things he was thinking.

“So, I heard that you claimed that you are the Luna.” Oh.

I reddened but answered him anyway, “Yes. Is there something wrong in that? I am the Luna, am I not?” I questioned.

He gaped at me, “But- But you haven’t me accepted yet!” He exclaimed, making weird hand gestures.

“Why do I need to accept you? I can be the Luna without an alpha.” I knew that I wasn’t making any sense but this is what happens when a hot guy like Silvic casually exclaims that I needed to accept him.

“Hey, you are kidding, right? You need to accept me.” He looked at me like I was some kind of alien.

I know, I know. I, too, sometimes wondered if I was truly human.

“Hmmmm, I don’t know. I was thinking about ruling the pack without any help from a male.”

I heard a loud laughter from across the room, and I bushed, again.

“Carry on, Alpha! I don’t want to lose my job.” It was Alex. I could tell that he was outside our room but I had no idea what he was doing.

Stalking us? Probably.

Now that I knew that he was Tyler’s brother, stalking do seemed like a thing that Alex might do in his free time.

Silvic mumbled to himself something. I didn’t ask him what he was mumbling about and brought my blanket to my face. Only my eyes would be visible to other people now.

My eyes fell on Silvic’s frame and for some dark, unknown reason, I blushed. My cheeks warmed up and I could feel myself blushing. I groaned in annoyance. Why the hell did I just blushed? Was my body not working properly?

Silvic gave me a weird look, “Are you okay?” He leaned in closer to me and placed his palm on my forehead. My whole body stopped moving.

If it would have been a cartoon; red air would have come out from my ears and I’d have fell into the ground like a paper. Thankfully, it was real life and absurd things like that of cartoons don’t happen here.

“I am okay.” I shrieked, tilting my head so that his hand won’t touch my forehead. His whole face showed that he didn’t believe me, but he didn’t question me any farther.

Something was wrong with my immune system. I thought that I had been immune to his looks. What happened? Did my talk with Damien change my heart?

“Do I need to call a doctor?” Silvic questioned, worry lingering in his voice.

I shook my head, “I am okay.” But, maybe, you can be my doctor.

The cringe was real. I never thought that I’d cringe on my own thoughts, but I did. What the hell was I thinking? But, thank God that I didn’t say it aloud.

“What? Are you really okay?” The look on Silvic’s face depicted a different picture. He was dumbfounded.

Don’t tell me that I said my lame thought aloud?

Where shall I make my grave?

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