Read Alpha’s Regret Pregnant Rejected Luna Chapter 70

Read Alpha’s Regret Pregnant Rejected Luna Chapter 70


Chapter 70

Hazel took great care in arranging Daisy’s lunch, carefully packing a bag filled with

nutritious snacks. A kind nurse from the VIP floor had volunteered to keep an eye on her to ensure she ate well.

As Hazel prepared to leave for work, she shared her instructions with Daisy. “You can visit Loulou if you get bored, and make sure to come back here if

Du feel sleepy,” she said. Daisy nodded with determination, ready to embark on another day in the hospital Ethan’s eyes widened in shock and bewilderment as Axel walked in that morning. Concern etched on his face, he couldn’t help but ask, “What happened to you?”

Axel, sporting a bandaid on his face and another wrapped around his hand, appeared few minutes late. It had been years since Axel started working for Ethan but he had never been late. Then he turned up that morning late, disoriented and sporting bandaids.

The aftermath of the unexpected and unwanted visit had led to a scries of mishaps, had required extra time for cleanup and a quick detour to the store for band–aids.

Axel’s sigh echoed the weariness he felt from the morning’s ordeal. He gingerly lowered himself into his chair, the discomfort from his injuries evident in his every movement. He had bumped his head on the counter wall as well leaving a throbbing headache. He massaged his templesattempting to alleviate the lingering headache.

“I’d rather not talk about it,” Axel declared, his voice carrying a trace of fatigue. The events of the morning had left him physically and emotionally drained. The dog, once a source of irritation, now seemed like a minor inconvenience compared to the unpredictable neighbor, sharing the same proximity.

Ethan leaned in, intrigued and concerned, his curiosity piqued.

This has something to do with your neighbor? Ethan probed, observing Axel’s demeanor for clues. Axel’s silence spoke volumes, confirming Ethan’s suspicions.

“Wow,” Ethan mused, processing the information. “Seems she’s out to get you. What happened this time? She attacked you in the parking lot this time?” he questioned, raising an eyebrow.

“My house,” Axel stated bluntly, prompting a surprised reaction from Ethan.

“What?” Ethan exclaimed incredulously. “She attacked you in your own house? She must really have few screws loose,” he remarked, his tone shifting to a more serious note Axel, feeling the need to clarify, asserted, “It’s not that!” defensively. He then proceeded to provide a hushed summary of the morning’s accidental chaos, shedding light on the unexpected visit and its disastrous aftermath.

You’re defending her?” Ethan quizzed, narrowing his eyes in skepticism.

Axel, maintaining a sense of empathy despite the inconvenience, replied, “She’s clumsy and with whole lot of bad luck. She’s not actually a bad person–just someone would rather avoid completely,” he admitted with a sigh.

Ethan absorbed the information, recognizing the complexity of Axel’s predicament with his eccentric neighbor. The notion of defending someone who had unintentionally caused so much trouble seemed puzzling to him.

Right Axel continued, steering the conversation in a different direction. “Hazel came in to work this morning. I saw her on my way in.

The mention of Hazel immediately triggered Axel’s realization that Daisy was likely alone at the hospital, waiting for him to come keep her company.

“You’re heading to the hospital today, right?” Axel inquired, addressing the shift in his priorities and the responsibility awaiting him beyond the intricacies of his neighborly troubles.

Ethan observed Daisy from the doorway, noting the weariness in her eyes. As the nurse concluded her checkup and left. Daisy sighed, her small frame seeming even more delicate against the sterile hospital surroundings.

Wanting to lift her spirits, Ethan decided to introduce a touch of playfulness. He reached into the bag he was carrying, revealing a stuffed pigeon. With a mischievous grin, he stretched it through the door, making it “speak.

“Hello. Bunny,” he said in an animated voice, making the pigeon move as if engaged in conversation. “How do you do?”

Daisy’s tired expression transformed into pure delight, and she burst into laughter. The sound echoed through the hospital room, momentarily chasing away the heaviness that clung to her.

“Mr. Princess, you’re funny!” she exclaimed between giggles.

Ethan continued the puppetry with the stuffed toy, mimicking a deep, exaggerated voice, “You’re a strong girl, taking all your medications. So, I’ll give you a big hugggg!” Daisy erupted into even louder laughter, her contagious joy filling the room.

As Ethan walked in, still hiding behind the plush toy, he asked with playful concern, “Are you tired?” Her response was a joyful giggle, and between fits of laughter, she affectionately

called him

“Oh Mr. Princess, with a wide smile.

In response, she stood on her bed, her small figure reaching out for him, and Ethan, still playing the part, leaned in for a hug.

Daisy’s small arms wrapped around Ethan’s neck, her embrace sincere and filled with innocence. He sighed, returning the hug with a tenderness that revealed the depth of his care for her. As he held her, he couldn’t help but feel the weight of the situation–this fragile, small body having to endure the burden of pain and illness.

Gently, Ethan planted a soft kiss on the top of Daisy’s head,

Ethan remained by Daisy’s side.

The initial plans to visit Loulou were set aside as Daisy, exhausted from the trials of illness, found solace in Ethan’s company. Together, they created a comforting

atmosphere–reading stories, engaging in playful activities, and providing distraction from the harsh reality of the hospital.

As Daisy succumbed to the embrace of much–needed nap, Ethan took the opportunity to ensure her comfort. Tucking her in gently, he observed the change in her once vibrant cheeks, now pale and fatigued. Worry etched across his facehe couldn’t help but express

concern to the nurse.

la che okay? Ethan inquired, his voice laced with both care and anxiety.

The mare, administering Daisy’s medication, offered reassurance. “She’ll be fine. We

und a new medication, It’s a bit strong. Her body’s adapting to it

absorbing the explanation, and horded in understanding Seated bear

Daisy, he held her hand while she peacefully slept.

Hours passed, and as the sunlight cast a warm glow in the room, Ethan reluctantly stood to leave. With a final glance filled with affection, he left the room.

Ethan sank into the backseat of the car, his expression marked by a distant and contemplative demeanor. The weight of concem and sadness hung on his face, visible even in the reflection in the rearview mirrorAxel couldn’t ignore, prompting him to inquire.

“Daisy’s case severe?” Axel questioned, recognizing the telltale signs of distress in Ethan’s countenance. He was in a chripy mood when he went to visit but now he came back disturbed and distress.

“The little girl is in pain, and I couldn’t even do anything for her,” Ethan admitted, his voice tinged with frustration and sorrow.

Ethan’s voice carried a heavy burden of emotion as he muttered, “All the money in the world, and I can’t take all her pain away.” There was an inexplicable love he felt for the child, a sense of helplessness despite his vast resources. He grappled with the desire to do everything within his power for her.

“Pretty sure your visit cheered her up and made her happy. Axel encouraged. He also felt sad, he had met Daisy and adorable little girl.

Leaning back into his seat, he closed his eyes. Hazel had only spent a brief time at the office, and once he was informed she had left, he knew her destination would be back to the hospital so he had to leave.

The rhythmic hum of Ethan’s phone vibrating disrupted the stillness. With Axel managing most aspects of his phone calls, it was unusual for Ethan’s phone to ring directly. Assuming it might be Bella, he initially dismissed the call, but its persistence ringing urged him to check the caller ID. The casualness in his posture dissipated as he sat up abruptly.

With a sense of urgency, he answered the call, words exchanged in terse and rapid succession. “Axel, drive back to the hospital now.” Ethan ordered, his tone carrying a weight that demanded immediate attention.

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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
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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