Seventeen years old. Girl. Wolf. New bride. Royalty. All of it sudden and unexpected. For Miz, the circumstances are already impossible to comprehend. Just a day ago, she awoke in her father’s home excited to have changed for the first time as all young lycanthropes must. Now, she is married to the high alpha and discovers a power lies within her just as surely as her womb holds the child of prophecy who will either unite the wolves against the coming destruction or betray them unto death. Michael, her husband, is the High Alpha, but she is far more than the new queen. She is the Black Luna, the key to the future.
Bearing the Prophecy is the second story in the BLACK LUNA series. Miz and Michael must learn to love each other while fighting against an evil older than the entire bloodline of her kind. Wolf, human, teenager—how can the two discover what path to choose when faced with the end of the world? How can they learn to be one? Polaris Young Adult Productions, bringing you the finest young adult fantasy, scifi, and paranormal fiction.
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He pushed me up against the wall. I bit down on his neck. Marking him as mine. Why the hell did I do that? He howled in pain. But it quickly turned into a moan as I licked it and sucked on it.
“We ha…" Mike mumbled his eye kids fluttering. He pulled back and looked at me. “We have to get you to bed rest,” he whispered.
Yes. He grows within you.
“What? NO!" I yelled shoving him away. Granted, pregnancy for us isn’t nine months, just four or five weeks, but there was no way I was going to spend it in bed.
“You have to!" he yelled back.
“Says who?" I screamed?
“Says ME!" He growled the words out, and I saw a brief flash of his wolf form. The outburst was so loud the mirror in the room cracked. Strangely, I wasn't scared.
“Since when do you own me?" I barked.
“Since the day I screwed you!" he yelled. He immediately tried to back out of the comment, and his face fell from anger to concern immediately. I probably would have let it go if the damned voice hadn’t come back.
Obey your alpha.
“Shut the hell up!” The words came out with power, and the cracked mirror shattered. Michael recoiled from the sound, and I felt adrenaline surging through my body. I rushed past him and into the room.
“Miz please I'm sorry! I did-" I caught that much, but that was all because the blood rushing through my head roared louder than his voice. I saw the window ahead of me, and my body ran forward, carrying my mind along with it. I heard him scream as I leapt, but again the words were indistinct as the sound of crashing glass and splintering wood drowned out his voice.