The King Without A Queen

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She gave Silvic a requested look. She didn’t want him to go. “Silvic, please!” She begged. She didn’t want him to go alone. She wanted to go with him.

He shook his head, “I’ll be fine. I want you to stay here.” He ordered. Silvic was scared that something might happen to her. He didn’t want to take any risk. On the other hand, she was worried about his health. He hadn’t slept the whole night because of the attacks. She didn’t want him to go now.

“But you were awake the whole night.” She protested.

Silvic sighed, “I know. I was awake because I needed to protect the pack. I am going to do it now. You are a part of the pack too, aren’t you?” He replied back.

“I am the Luna for God’s sake.”

It was of no use. Silvic went, leaving behind a very frustrated Chandra. She wanted to punch something; her frustration and anger were over the top.

She folded her hands as she sat on the bed. She kept on muttering things like how stupid her mate was. Everyone in the house who was instructed to look after her could hear the beautiful things that were directed towards their mate. Some of them laughed hard after hearing the words, others simple shook their head. They knew that their Luna could be aggressive with her words sometimes; specially with the Alpha.

When Chandra woke up, she could feel her head throbbing. She let out loud sigh of annoyance and massaged her forehead. She felt like she had just woken up from a hundred years of sleep. She slightly rubbed her eyes and let out a yawn.

The throbbing in her head intensified when she saw that the sun was about to set. Silvic hadn’t retuned. She could feel it; the emptiness inside her stomach, and her soul reaching out of her mate only to grab onto empty space.

She jumped off the bed and walked out of the room. Everyone in the house froze. The all could feel the anger in their Luna’s steps. The loud bang of the door closing only intensified their fear. No one spoke a word as she passed by. The air around her had a powerful aura. Chandra wasn’t a werewolf but everyone had realized that whenever she would be angry; she would become scarier than their alpha.

The cool air slapped her skin but she didn’t feel anything. Her emotions were controlling her. She wasn’t angry. She was scared. She was scared that something might happen to her mate and that thought made her angry.

She walked with heavy steps. Werewolves loved nature and as a result their pack would select an area that’d surrounded by greenery. She loved the greenery but at that moment, all she could wish was to burn down the trees. If she had the power to do it, she definitely would have burned down the trees into ashes.

She was cursing the tress and the whole are when she happened to see it. She made eye contact with a very flushed Silvic leaning against a tree. She blinked, thinking it was just her imagination. But when the scene didn’t disappear like she had hoped, she could feel herself getting mad.

“How dare you!” She shouted. The girl who was pressing down on Silvic froze for a second before turning around to face the Luna. She looked scared. Fear was evident in her expression.

“I hope you live happily without me.” Chandra shouted. She didn’t know that the world she had been living was full of strange and mysterious things. She didn’t know the effect of the words that would have on Silvic.

A pair of purple eyes appeared in my vision.

I woke up with a gasp, my eyes wide. What was this? I never had a dream that was as vivid as this. I could feel each and every emotion of her. The pair of purple eyes was still lingering in my mind. I could feel myself shivering at the image of those eyes.

I blinked slightly as I scanned the classroom. Everyone in the classroom was looking at me.

The teacher sighed, “Are you okay?” I could see it; he was annoyed but he couldn’t express it. Disrespecting one’s Luna was frowned upon.

I gave him an apologetic look, “I am so sorry but would you mind if I go to the washroom?” I asked. I couldn’t stay in the classroom after what I saw. I needed air to breath.

The teacher nodded. I walked out of the classroom as fast as I could. I let out a heavy sigh and leaned against the school wall.

I slightly chuckled at the dream that I saw. I knew that I had no reasons to laugh. In fact, I should have felt pity for the past me but I couldn’t help but be amused. I was so badass back then.

But I couldn’t understand one thing. Why the heck was Silvic cursed? I only told him to live happily without me. I didn’t understand the logic.

Maybe something happened after the pair of eyes disturbed my dream.

My eyes widened. Did the particular pair of eyes have to do something with Silvic’s curse? My head started to throb at the thought and I just sighed.

I wondered if I should tell Silvic about it. I didn’t want to add more problems to his already overflowing list of problems. I let out a sigh again.

My body jerked a bit when my phone started to ring. I smiled when I saw the caller ID.

“Are you alright, babe?”

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