Pursuing My Rejected Alpha

The romance between young Ronan Silverback and his fated mate Lucien Clearwater ended before it had the chance to bloom. Since they were both in line to become Alphas of their packs and neither of them was willing to step back to be with each other, Ronan ended up rejecting Lucien and ending their fated mate connection. Seven years later, Alpha Ronan Silverback happened to meet Lucien Clearwater again. The latter not only was not the Alpha of his pack, but he also ended up accepting the affection of the Alpha of Ronan's rival pack. "We have broken up," Lucien reminded Ronan. "Seven years ago, if you recall." "You are mine, Lucien Clearwater," Ronan declared with a husky voice. "In this life or any life, you can only be mine. I will not let anyone else touch you." Warning : Mature content, genre-typical violence and sexual content. There is a mention of miscarriage. A lot of drama. Naturally it will end in a Happy Ending ;) Book cover is my own creation. This book is part of a series : 1. Pursuing My Rejected Alpha (Werewolf BL) 2. The Bloodstained Affair (Vampire BL)

Lu_Shui · LGBT+
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380 Chs

Lucien's Many Children

"Oh, there you are, Little Youngshaper," Ronan greeted Ralph when he and Kinnon showed up the next day. "Lucien is waiting for you on the balcony."

Ralph said nothing. He merely gave a little nod before he stepped into Ronan's and Lucien's living space.

When Kinnon followed after his son, Ronan grabbed his arm and dragged him outside.

"What are you doing, Alpha Ronan?" Kinnon demanded to know.

"You and I have business matters to settle. Lucien wishes to meet with your son alone."


Ralph's mind was akin to a wasteland at the moment. He understood what his father told him last night, but he was unable to accept it.

Why must he?

Why couldn't Lucien remain his Mommy?

He loved this Mommy dearly.

Did Mommy not love him anymore?

Did Mommy only love his own children now?

Then, what about Ralph?

Who was going to love Ralph?

The more the little boy thought about it, the more miserable he became.