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Goddess’s Design: His Fated Mate Chapter 91

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“AHHHH….” Alpha Adam’s painful cry echoed in the torture room as his manhood was being crushed under my foot while I took a darg of my cigarette for the first time in many days. “Uhg… it tastes bland. Could it be because of her…” I murmured, recalling her sweet kis*s from the evening at the dead end of

the woods while putting it out on Alpha Adam’s chest.

“NOO…” He cried even more not from the burn but the pressure I put on his manhood. “Please let me

go, Alpha Reuben. Why are you caging me?”

“Do I have to repeat my question?” I lazily looked at the old fool who had been shedding fearful tears but never admitting, “You switched the babies so easily and never got caught up to this point. Doesn’t it

seem too easy?” Reuben raised his eyebrows, pulling Adam slightly closer to his face. “Such power seems so familiar to me,” he looked deeper into Adam’s fearful eyes and asked, “Do you know Dark?”

“I don’t know any Dark! I beg you,” he cried, his face flushed as blood.

“What did I say about lying, Alpha Adam?” I glanced at him lightly, picking up a dagger from the side. table. “Try to lie to me again and I will cut your third leg off without so much as a second thought,” I remarked, aiming the dagger right between his spread legs.

Adam’s face turned white in horror as he quickly shrieked, “I… I AM NOT LYING! I DON’T KNOW ANY DARK. I SWEAR ON MY DAUGHTER!!”

As he swore on Ella, I frowned and squatted down on the ground, “Then tell me how the fu*ck you were able to switch the babies? As far as I know, my father’s Gamma had a son on that day too. Yet you never came to our pack. That means that you had to have used some kind of spell or magic to successfully switch the babies,” I pointed out and his guilty face made me know that I was correct.

He lowered his head and admitted, “My best friend helped me with it. He owed me a favor and he knew someone who had a few unique powers. So, he helped me to put a spell on the baby and the baby was switched with your father’s Gamma’s.”

My ears perked up at Adam’s confession. It was clear that the unique power holder was Dark but the real

question was… “Who is your friend?” I demanded.

Alpha Adam raised his gaze and stared at me in silence for a long time before he revealed, “Alpha Benjamin from Wade Moon Pack.”

“Alpha Benjamin?!” My eyes widened in shock at the unexpected name.

Could it be that the Alpha Benjamin that Willow blindly trusts and treats like father knew Dark?

Alpha Benjamin

Wade Moon Pack

“Alpha! Please wake up.”

“Alpha!!”

Ken’s urgent and distressed voice pierced through my slumber, jolting me awake with each shake of my arm. Slowly, my senses returned and I became aware of the cool embrace of my bedroom floor beneath me. The wine bottle, now an unwelcome noisemaker, had slipped from my grasp and was carelessly rolling about, amplifying the throbbing ache in my head.

“What happened?” I grumbled irritably, my head pounding relentlessly as I struggled to pry open my eyes. Downing an entire bottle had certainly numbed my thoughts, yet it had been a welcome reprieve, offering a few precious hours of respite from the insomnia that had plagued me over recent days.

“Alpha… Sky…” Ken stammered, his words catching in his throat, his breaths labored. Instantly, my eyes shot open at the mention of my son.

“What about Sky?” I demanded, pushing myself into an upright position with the support of my elbows, the dim evening light filtering into the room along with a chill breeze.

“Sky has escaped!” Ken exclaimed, beads of sweat forming on his brow.

My eyes widened in disbelief. “HOW IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE?!” I roared, leaping up from the floor to

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charge out of my bedroom, Ken trailing closely behind.

“I’m baffled as well, Alpha. Just a little while ago, I received a mind–link from one of the wolves guarding the border, reporting that they had spotted Sky leaving,” Ken hastily explained.

I hurried into my office and accessed the concealed room with my fingerprint, descending the staircase

to where I had last hidden Sky. Instead of finding him there, I was greeted by an empty room, a huge gaping hole in the wooden wall that he had apparently escaped through. The iron rod I had discarded lay nearby, confirming my worst fears.

“Damn it!” I exclaimed, shutting my eyes tightly and clenching my fists at my sides in frustration. It appeared that Sky had used the iron rod to breach the wall, a detail I cursed myself for overlooking. My mind had been preoccupied with the idea of clandestinely sending him away after he stumbled upon this room and its forbidden contents. It hadn’t occurred to me that he might attempt to escape on his own. Now, it was irrelevant. The crux of the matter lay in the fact that Sky was privy to everything. He had become a walking repository of my secrets.

“Find him,” I muttered, horror gripping me as I ran my hands through my hair. “FIND SKY!” I roared, whirling around to face Ken, who stood there silently, failing to respond. “KEN! AREN’T YOU LISTENING TO ME? GO AND CAPTURE SKY-” My words faltered when I noticed Ken’s unblinking stare, his motionless form resembled a statue. “Ken…” I instinctively moved closer, only to realize that although he was still breathing, his eyes were vacant, as if his mind had been wiped clean, leaving behind a hollow shell of his former self.

“Ken…” I muttered, my skin breaking out in a cold sweat as a sinking sensation settled in my stomach. Glancing around at my surroundings, I noticed a palpable shift in the atmosphere. The night had taken on an eerie darkness, the wind had ceased its gentle caress, it was now as still as death itself. It was as though nature itself had been drained of its vitality, leaving behind a desolate emptiness. Even my once- vibrant pack lay silent, their usual energy replaced by an unsettling stillness, reminiscent of a barren wasteland.

This desolate lifeless scene was hauntingly familiar. I had witnessed it once before, eleven years ago, when… he had arrived…

The partially shattered wall, already weakened by Sky’s earlier efforts, collapsed completely before my eyes. I gasped in horror as I watched the wooden fragments plummet to the ground in a cascade of ash. Through the swirling fog that enveloped the room, a menacing silhouette emerged, its presence

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foreboding and dangerous.

A tall, imposing figure materialized from the haze, just as it had in the past. The face that greeted me was hauntingly familiar—handsome yet sinister, with a pair of eyes that seemed to belong to different worlds. Locked in a chilling stare with mine, I involuntarily took a step back, my heart pounding in

terror.

After eleven long years, he had returned…

“Long time no see, Benjamin,” Dark declared, his voice resonating with a depth that held no trace of

emotion.

I immediately sank to my knees, bowing my head in deference. “Greetings, Alpha Dark. What an

unexpected visit…”

“Unexpected?” He interrupted, stepping into the room crushing the debris of the shattered wall beneath his feet. “I daresay you must have anticipated my arrival from the moment you learned about

the first mysterious attack and fire.”

His shiny shoes came to a halt just inches from where I knelt, sending a surge of fear through my veins. Deep down, I knew he had returned the moment I caught wind of those enigmatic fires and the reports. of decimated packs. With trembling limbs, I forced myself to meet his gaze, his dark countenance akin to the Devil emerging from the depths of hell itself.

“Alpha…”

“How dare you hide my Rose from me for all these years?!” Dark roared, his fury palpable as he delivered a punishing kick to my stomach. My body was sent flying, crashing into the wooden door behind me before I plummeted to the ground, blood erupting from my mouth as I gasped for air. It felt as though every breath was a struggle, my insides threatening to spill out from the force of his blow.

Still reeling from the previous blow, I felt his powerful merciless grip on my hair as he yanked my head back with such force that it threatened to tear my hair from my scalp. “Did you think I was playing games with you, Benjamin?” he growled, dangerously close to my face, his mismatched eyes piercing into my soul. “Have you lived long enough that you dare to provoke me?”

“I… I didn’t hide her… from you…” I struggled to speak through the agony, my voice barely above a

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whisper amidst the pain and the looming threat of having my neck snapped. “I’ve been… protecting her for you… just as you commanded…” Tears mingled with the blood from my scalp, staining my face crimson. I screamed in anguish, my nails clawing at the ground, offering no solace as Dark showed not

even a hint of mercy.

“What a worthless guard dog you’ve become, Benjamin,” Dark sneered, releasing my hair and stepping away to confront the frozen figure of Ken. “Under your watch, she’s been knocked up, mated, and marked by another male,” he declared, his words piercing through the air like a dagger.

I watched him through eyes blurred from pain and fury as he lit a cigarette, his actions a cruel mockery of my suffering. “You’re nothing but a waste of air now, Benjamin,” he spat, taking a drag from the cigarette before extinguishing it on Ken’s head. Instantly, Ken’s entire body ignited in flames.

“No…”

“I shook my head, my eyes widening like those of an owl as I witnessed Ken’s demise unfold

before me. “Noooo…. KEN!” I screamed at the top of my lungs over the loss of my best friend, only to

turn mute when Dark looked at me with the corner of his

eyes.

“There’s no need to be so loud. You’re next,” Dark remarked coldly, his words sent a chill down my spine. It was clear that he intended to end my life as well. “PLEASE, FORGIVE ME!” I pleaded desperately, crawling at the ground to grasp at his legs. In the corner of my mind, I knew that this day had been coming. That’s why I had wanted to send Sky abroad, “Please, don’t kill me. Spare my pack. Please…” Tears streamed down my face as I begged incessantly. He simply stepped aside, causing my hands to slip off of him.

I watched as Dark’s gaze shifted to the old photos adorning the walls, his recognition evident as he tore one of them down with his claws. “I allowed you to flee, Rose, even though you betrayed me with another man. Yet, despite encountering me again, you chose to flee once more. Why are you playing games with me?” he seethed, crushing the photo in his grasp.

As flames of anger consumed him, the other photos hanging on the wall ignited one by one. “Now, I will engage in one final game with you before you crawl back to me,” he ominously announced.

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Willow “It can’t be my baby!” Reuben tossed the pregnancy report onto the bed where I sat, my eyes wide with shock. “What do you mean?” I stammered, my voice hardly escaping my throat. My heart sank as I watched him deny his own flesh and blood. “I returned from the pack after two months, and now you’re telling me you’re pregnant? Does that even make sense?” Reuben’s growl was filled with frustration. My mind went blank as I stared at my soulmate. I had anticipated his return with excitement, expecting him to embrace me and share in the joy of our first child. I had imagined he would be overjoyed to know that he was going to be a father. However, I never expected Reuben to react with such rage to the news of my pregnancy, indirectly accusing me of infidelity and rejecting his own child. “It’s our baby, Reuben,” my voice shook, “Have you forgotten that you showed up in my room two months ago when you were in a rut? We made love the whole night without protection.” I tried my best to remind him of that night, desperately seeking Reuben’s soft, love-filled eyes, but all I got in return was sternness and growing bitterness. “So you’re using my rut as an excuse?” he growled. “I was in rut, but you were in your senses, right? If I hadn’t used a condom, you could have used the morning-after pill or birth control to prevent this from happening. Or at the very least, you could have told me about our mistake that night.”

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