Read Alpha’s Regret Pregnant Rejected Luna Chapter 44

Read Alpha’s Regret Pregnant Rejected Luna Chapter 44

Chapter 44
Hazel
“Hey babygirl,” I cooed as Daisy gradually came around.
“You’re awake?”
“Yay, Daisy, Liam cheered, seeing his sister finally open her eyes. She gave him a weak smile, her body having been strained in the previous days, and the drugs had knocked her out completely.
“I’ll get a nurse. I pressed the transmitter that would summon a nurse or whoever was on duty to the room. The Director himself had shown it to me. Among other benefits of the exclusive ward were such treatments. The first-class patients could easily summon help whenever something was wrong with their bodies. A nurse walked in moments later. Gently, she pried off the tubes and drips connected to her. Then, she adjusted the bed with the remote, raising the head part so Daisy could sit up a little. I propped the pillows behind her head for comfort.
“Well, there you go, princess,” the nurse said with a smile. Then, turning to me, she added. “She should be fine for now; a doctor would come real soon to check everything else.”
She assured as she left, her steps echoing slightly through the quiet room.
“Are you thirsty?” I asked her, stroking her little face, my fingers lightly tracing the outline of her features.
She nodded slowly. Liam rushed off to the dispenser, getting a cup and filling it with warm water. “Here you go, Daisy.” I helped her gulp it gradually. Color began to return to her face gradually as she gave me a smile reflecting some relief she felt.
“Mommy,” she grinned, showing off her two missing front teeth.
“Yes!” I pinched her checks. I couldn’t help it; Daisy was just too adorable, with her large doe eyes, chubby round face, and cheeks, and her pouty small lips and those curls that around her small face.
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“I’m sorry, honey,” I stroked her hair gradually. For everything, for not being sensitive enough. For getting mad at you yesterday instead of sensing something was wrong. You’re important to me, no matter what; you and your brother should always come first, should be a priority. I mused inside myself, stroking her soft curls.
“Mommy?” She questioned, reaching out her hand and cleaning my face. It felt wet, and I didn’t even realize I was crying.
‘Come here. I pulled her into my embrace, reaching out and bringing Liam too into my tight hug. I held them like that for a moment, my nose buried in their hair. It smelt fragrant and sweet, like it did when they were still little. It took me back and still it reminded me these were just babies. They could talk and walk, but still my babies.
Come on. Let’s get you a bath, I said, finally breaking the hug.
“Both of you, I tickled Liam’s tummy, and he giggled out loud. Daisy, for the first time, looked around the room. She reached immediately for a Mic k e y Mouse stuffed animal, then looked at me with joy in her eyes. I could tell she liked the room,
TV She looked at me again, her eyes big and round.
just like that time when you and I and Lian and Nathan went on that Island,” she said
observing the room. I chuckled at her reaction. She was right; I did notice that the hospital room looked like a suite, except with those medical equipment and drips.
“Thank you so much, Ethan,” I mumbled. Seeing Daisy happily dash to sit with her brother at the TV, it wasn’t even like being in a hospital. I watched as she carefully arranged three other toys around her then sat next to her brother.
“After your baths, we’d take a stroll and go eat,” I informed them, knowing they would be hungry by now. Liam had only eaten some leftover snacks. He was always so understanding and hadn’t minded ski pp i n g school today at all; instead, he was glad he got to stay with his sister and got to sleep in today.
About an hour later, we were set and ready to go. The elevator doors opened, and as we stepped out, Daisy and Liam scrunched up their noses, reacting to the familiar hospital smell. They walked faster, eager to leave the clinical atmosphere behind. We strolled to a large store just within the hospital premises, and to my surprise, it was quite stocked with daily essentials, food, toys, and games.
“Let’s go eat first, and then we’ll come back, I suggested, guiding them further. A Diner caught our attention, just past the cafe where Liam and I had eaten the previous night. We headed to the Diner for brunch, exploring the menu filled with healthy foods. The kids ate to their hearts’ content, while I settled for a burger and coke. After the satisfying meal, we decided to visit the cafe.
We chilled there for hours, taking advantage of a small book collection tucked away in a corner. Daisy and Liam found kids’ picture books, and they stared at them for hours, their imaginations coming to life within the pages. Lastly, we stopped by the store for a few items. before heading back to the ward. The satisfied expressions on my kids’ faces indicated that they were content with how their day had unfolded. I also felt grateful that Ethan had given me a day off from work, allowing me to focus on my family.
Minutes after settling back in the ward, the doctor arrived. Daisy sat on the bed while he checked her heart rate and asked her questions. Ma’am, can I talk to you, please?” the man asked, straightening up after finishing the check-ups on Daisy.
“Okay,” I replied, ensuring Daisy was settled in front of the TV with a cup of juice before walking over to where the doctor stood. “Shall we?” he asked, leading the way. “Liam, Daisy, I’ll be back in a few minutes, okay?”
“Okay,” Daisy answered, while Liam only nodded with his mouth full. We walked out, briefly standing close to the doorway-I wanted to be nearby if my kids needed me.
“Well, ma’am, with Daisy’s heart palpitations, she was only lucky she was brought here in time. A minute later than the other time, and she may have died,” the doctor spoke, the severity of the situation hanging in the air. ‘Look, I know you want what’s best for her, but with the rate at which her condition is degenerating, it’d be best to have her kept in the hospital,” he continued.
Indefinitely?” I asked slowly.
“I’m sorry, but yes. We can’t predict when next this would happen. It’s not like it was before; her heart’s growing weaker. She needs to be carefully monitored at all times.
Tunderstand, Doctor. But for how long?” I asked quietly, my voice cracking with the emotional weight of the conversation.
For months or years? We’ll just keep her here while we wait for time. I’m sorry, I just feel so frustrated that I cannot do more for her. She’ll live years here, within the confines of the hospital, getting poked by injections day after day after day until..
“Until we believe she’s ready, ma’am. Now, with constant treatment and medication, she has a good chance. But if we’re to operate now, that chance dwindles greatly to less than thirty percent. It’s a hard choice, I know, but it’s best Daisy remains here.”
“I really wish we could do more. It’s not going to be easy for her to live here-no school, no playdates with friends, spending Christmas and holidays here. It’s going to be real tough for her,” the doctor shared, and I nodded, understanding the challenges that lay ahead. That’s why I had tried to delay, and I had done that for as long as was possible, knowing the impact it would have on Daisy’s life.
The doctor continued explaining the gravity of the situation, painting vivid instances and scenarios of what could unfold. Each word weighed heavily on me, and a sense of helplessness engulfed my thoughts. It became more apparent as he spoke, and I found myself grappling with the reality of Daisy’s condition.
Not long ago, at the cafe, Daisy had innocently asked when we would return home, and I had assured her it would be soon. “I’m sorry,” the doctor said once more, turning to leave. The weight of his words intensified, causing my legs to feel like jelly, and I crumpled to the floor. Silent escaped as I grappled with the overwhelming emotions.
After some moments of sobbing, a realization struck me-crying would solve nothing. We had to find a way through this challenging situation. I made a silent vow to make it work. somehow. This was never the life I envisioned for my daughter, but with Dr. Gomez untraceable, we seemed to have no other choice. Determined, I decided to do everything possible to ensure Daisy could still experience moments of happiness, even within the confines of the hospital. While the journey ahead would be saddening and exhausting, wc would face it day after day.
I made up my mind not to dwell on the length of time; thinking of staying for years left a bitter taste in my mouth. Bracing myself, I mustered a smile after cleaning up my face, ready to face my kids. The challenges were immense, but our love and resilience would see us through each day.

 


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Score 9.9
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 12/16/2023 Native Language: English
Alpha's Regret: Pregnant, Rejected Luna" is a captivating novel that explores the resilience of a defiant Luna facing rejection. Brimming with emotions and unexpected turns, the story unfolds with a poignant portrayal of love, loss, and the strength found within one's own journey.

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Title: Alpha’s Regret Pregnant Rejected Luna
Publisher: Rebootes.com
Ratings: 9.3 (Very Good)
Genre: Romance, Billionaire
Language: English   
 

Alpha’s Regret Pregnant Rejected Luna/Review 

Hazel had loved her Alpha, Ethan, for years, but they weren’t destined to be mates. After a one-night stand, she convinces him to marry her, hoping he will eventually love her, just like her parents who weren’t fated mates but fell in love. Believing his mate is dead, Ethan agrees to the marriage. However, months later, Ethan finds his mate. Suddenly, Hazel is shoved aside, framed, and accused of trying to harm the Alpha’s mate out of spite. Ethan plans to reject and divorce her. Just as he decides to do so, Hazel discovers she’s pregnant, a secret she must keep from Ethan, who now despises her and would demand an abortion.   To protect her unborn children, she misleads the pack into believing she isn’t pregnant and, knowing their father doesn’t want them, she flees. Three years later, Ethan unexpectedly encounters Hazel at the airport with two kids.*******”How old are they?” Ethan asked, his eyes filled with warmth as he gazed at the adorable twins.”They’re not yours. I had a pregnancy test before our divorce, remember?” Hazel replied, reminding him that the kids couldn’t be his, their dates and ages not adding up. Her words struck Ethan, she was right. The kids couldn’t be his. Yet, he couldn’t shake off the lingering connection he felt with them, nor could he forget Hazel, even though she wasn’t his mate. Her beautiful face stared up at him, stirring emotions he couldn’t ignore. As they faced each other, past wounds and untold secrets surfaced, leaving them both wondering if fate had more in store for them than they ever imagined. Review / Summery "Alpha's Regret: Pregnant Rejected Luna" is a captivating novel that delves into the complex dynamics of a werewolf pack. The story unfolds around an alpha who, in a moment of weakness, rejects his pregnant mate, the Luna. As regret consumes him, the alpha must grapple with the consequences of his actions, navigating the intricacies of pack politics and the profound bond between mates. The novel explores themes of love, redemption, and the enduring strength of the Luna, who faces the challenges of pregnancy and rejection with resilience. The characters are vividly portrayed, their emotions and struggles resonating with readers as they navigate a world where choices have lasting consequences. "Alpha's Regret" weaves a tale of transformation and growth, providing a nuanced perspective on the complexities of werewolf lore and the enduring power of love amidst adversity.

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