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His Sweet Little Mate Novel Chapter 56

Chapter 56

Abby couldn’t believe her eyes when she found herself staring at her younger self from ten years back. The shock she felt was inexplicable when she was actually brought back to the very

ry day her whole life changed no less.

With her eyes impossibly wide, Abby saw her nine year old self actually walking to the fireplace with this strange expression on her face.

Abby couldn’t understand why her younger self was looking like she was actually excited to go near the fire and play with it. No, if she had to be honest, the tween actually looked like she was longing to

ouch the fire with her bare hand,

This was so different from the memories at the back of her mind.

She remembered how she caused the fire clearly, but this tween self of herself didn’t move from the fireplace for a long time while her eyes kept darting to the door every five seconds.

It was as if she had ulterior motives other than simply wanting to see a big fire erupt like her own memory indicated.

Moreover, the tween in front of her looked more mature for her age with clear eyes and all, nothing like the timid girl like her current older self.

Abby was flabbergasted. It was like she was staring at someone else completely, who just looked impossibly similar to herself.

After all, how was it possible for someone to actually experience this kind of thing?

Was this witch trying to pull another trick on her? She was so bizarre, Abby couldn’t make heads and tails of any of her actions.

But then the pack house, the room, even the fireplace was so familiar to her, Abby couldn’t deny the tween in front of her was her own younger self.

This was all so confusing, coupled with the way her head was throbbing, Abby wanted to just up and leave this memory lane and the witch’s hut in an instant.

However, Abby felt her soul leave her b*dy when she saw the younger Abby do something even more outlandish from the corner of her


The small girl’s hand was in flames, while she just stood there without doing anything to put out

the fire.

Abby wanted to scream at the top of her lungs to make the tween understand fire could be dangerous and she could get hurt.

“Get away from there!” Abby shouted.

However, no matter how loud she screeched, the small girl couldn’t hear her. Abby felt her whole frame shaking with fear for the girl, who was none other than her younger self, she actually forgot she was currently looking back into a possible memory and not at something that was happening


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She even hoped for someone to come and rescue the small girl from her own stupidity.

if the Moon Goddess heard her prayers, someone did push open the large door behind the girl in the ne

second, making Abby sigh in relief.

But the person stepped into the room was someone she didn’t expect at all and the sigh that was about to leave her l*ps got stuck in her throat as she choked on pure air.

It was none other than her mother, just like she remembered, beautiful yet elegant with her long black hair flowing past her waist.

Abby couldn’t help tearing up looking at her lovely mother’s face as she felt like running into her arms and crying her heart out. She wanted to tell her how much she missed her, but then she found that she couldn’t move an inch.

And she saw her mother’s always smiling face was now marred with a deep frown as she quickly kicked the door closed behind her as she rushed into the room.

“Abby, my little girl, what were you doing just now?” Her mother asked as her fists settled on her own hips. She sounded a little angry.

Abby immediately shook her head, wanting to say that she didn’t do anything when she realized her mother was actually talking to her younger self.

Only then did she remember that little Abby’s hand was about to burn, but when she turned around, there was no trace of fire on her hand or b*dy. Even the full sleeve of her dress looked all shiny and new, even though she clearly saw how it was engulfed in flames just a moment ago.

“Nothing, mother,” little Abby said, smiling innocently.

“Don’t lie to me, little girl,” Abby’s mother chided her daughter softly, almost giving up the thought of scolding her when the little girl’s cuteness made her smile involuntarily. “Did you play with fire again?”

Faced with her mother’s unforgiving gaze, the tween didn’t falter as she lied through her teeth. “No, mother. I didn’t do anything.”

However, Abby’s mother didn’t let her off as she narrowed her eyes at her.

Little Abby, feeling the need to defend herself, continued sticking to her lies. “No, mother, I didn’t do this.”

In the next second, a small flame burned at the tip of her finger as she looked at her mother with

gave her big eyes wide open. Only by doing so, she

herself away.

“How did you know this trick?” Abby’s mother asked her immediately.

Oh, no! Mother caught her,

Not being able to smooth her way out of this anymore, the small girl lowered her head as she put out the flame immediately.

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“You have been playing with fire while I’m not aware.” Riley, Abby’s mother, answered her own. question as she walked toward her daughter.

“I’m sorry, mother,” little Abby immediately apologized. “It was fun, so I just wanted to learn more

about this.”

“But, didn’t I tell you that you shouldn’t create your own fire no matter what?” Abby’s mother told her off sternly this time while the girl looked like she was about to cry.

Seeing this, Abby’s mother couldn’t help but feel bad for her. So she took the tween into her arms. as she tried to reason with her, while holding her little shoulders and looking into her eyes softly. “My sweet baby, it’s not safe to let anyone know that you could use magic.”

Little Abby didn’t seem to agree with her mother as she pulled back a little from her mother and stared up at her.

“But I could control it just fine,” little Abby frowned, wanting to play with her power as she liked it very much.

She also wanted to show everyone how she could produce fire out of nothing. Literally. But her mother strongly told her it was very dangerous.

So even though she didn’t want to hide it, little Abby obeyed her mother and only played when she

was alone.

But then her mother was saying she couldn’t do that either, which only made her feel aggrieved, since she couldn’t understand what could go wrong if slie just played a little.

As such, she decided to make her mother understand that it would all be fine if she only played a


“I’m telling the truth, mother,” little Abby pouted her l*ps. “See and you will know it immediately.”

Saying this, little Abby started showing her mother how good she got at controlling her fire.

She even made the flame at the tip of her finger bigger and then again smaller, giggling happily at her own progress.

“Yeah, you are right.” Abby’s mother nodded, a small smile lifting the corners of her l*ps slightly. making Abby feel elated. “But it’s not about your inability to control your powers and harm others. my daughter. And you know that,” she continued, immediately causing Abby’s own smile to falter.

“No one should know about my powers,” little Abby finished for her mother, only her voice sounded a little aggravating.

She couldn’t understand why her mother was adamant about this so much, until she wasn’t even allowed to talk about this with her friends. Forget about her friends, even her older sister, Hanna didn’t know about this.

And keeping this big of a secret was so difficult for a small girl like herself.

Little Abby wanted to pretend that she understood where her mother was coming from even though she didn’t have any idea why.

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However, wallowing in her inner turmoil, she completely forgot about the fire that was still dancing at the tips of her fingers and the next thing that happened was something neither she nor her mother had expected.

The little fire turned into large flames right under her watch as she looked at her mother who was equally shocked.

“I’m not doing this,” she immediately told her mother, who nodded her head as she tried to put out the fire using her own magic..

Abby didn’t understand how everything escalated so fast as everything that was around them. caught fire, quickly burning to ashes in the next second.

“Oh my god, your power just clashed.” Abby heard her mother almost scream in the midst of her own panic.

Little Abby started crying at her words, even though she didn’t understand what her mother just said, as she sounded so horrified.

And everything that happened after that went past in a blur for her when all the smoke made her choke while her lungs started burning as if they were on fire.

And then the little girl fainted from all the pain.

Meanwhile, watching and hearing everything that unfolded in this memory, Abby felt her insides fold in shock.

She looked at her own hands and then remembered little Abby’s little hands that were smooth with no scars even after she literally let her entire palm get engulfed by the fire. If this memory was true, then she could use magic?


was also the reason why she couldn’t feel her beast even after all these years?

She always thought she couldn’t shift because she became too weak after the fire accident that day ten years back.

But what did she hear just now? She could use magic? Abby couldn’t believe this.

However, Abby just remembered the memory didn’t end yet. Just as little Abby fainted, the flames got even bigger, unable to find a medium for this power to channel through.

If this wasn’t controlled immediately, the whole building would collapse, killing several pack members and omegas that were working in around the pack right now.

“No!” Abby screamed, realizing what would happen next.

However, her voice couldn’t reach Riley, who immediately made a swift decision as she stood up and spread her arms wide open, before bringing them together while chanting something in at foreign language.

Right before the fire could spread to other rooms, it was extinguished by whatever she did but Abby’s mother staggered from the over usage.

of her power.

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“No, no.” Abby watched how her mother used what was left of her little power and energy to seal her

powers which left this huge scar on her left shoulder that extended to her back.

Abby then saw her mother faint from exhaustion in the next second, unable to do anything but cry.

She really caused her mother’s death, didn’t she?

Her father wasn’t completely wrong for blaming her for her mother’s death.

If all this was really true, Abby could use magic. And her mother was a magic user, not a shifter.

Abby recalled how her mother never asked her to hide her own powers from Ryan, her father, even though she didn’t let Hanna find out.

So her father knew she could use magic….

Not only did he know about it, he even made the connection between her power and his mate’s death, which was also why she became a monster in his eyes.

Thinking all of this, Abby couldn’t help but feel sorry for her own mother. She sacrificed her own life to save her disobedient daughter.

“I’m sorry, mother,” Abby cried, regretting not listening to her mother.

Had she listened and didn’t throw a tantrum, her mother would still be living with them happily.

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” Abby apologized continuously.

His Sweet Little Mate Novel by Obticeo Decatect

His Sweet Little Mate Novel by Obticeo Decatect

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Status: Ongoing Author: Artist:
The reason why Abby has a scar is because she saved her sister from a fire, but she was ostracized because of this and considered a monster, even her own father saw her as a scourge and no one really helped her.Because of the fire incident ten years ago, Abby had to experience violence and receive unpleasant treatment from her family and several pack members. Until one day, news came that the new king of the Werewolves would visit every pack in his kingdom, where he looked for his destined mate and hoped he could find his future queen.On that day, Abby was locked in the warehouse because she was not allowed to attend the king’s welcoming party, with the ground she was a disgrace to their pack, but by some miracle, the king managed to find her.


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