Outcast: The Alpha King’s Beloved Chapter 2 (Accepting The Rejection)

Jennifer’s POV:

As I lay in the bed with the empty wooden box in my arms, hatred grew within me.

“Jennifer, you will succeed one day.”

A voice startled me out of my daze.

“Who’s there?”

I asked nervously.

“Jennifer, I’m Eva.I’m your wolf.Happy eighteenth birthday!”

“Eva, I can finally sense you!”

I cried, feeling a huge sense of relief.

It was not until now that I realized that it was past midnight.

I was officially eighteen years old, and my wolf showed up.

“From today on, I will always be with you.”

“Thank you, Eva.I won’t be alone anymore.”

I couldn’t help but smile at the thought.

“You are never alone.And soon, you will meet your mate.”

“Yeah, you’re right! I’m an adult now.As soon as I get back the necklace my mother left to me, I’ll leave this place to search for my mate.”

Finding my mate was something that I was really looking forward to.

I still remembered how much my parents loved each other.

For some reason, I had a feeling that my mate would also be good to me.

The wound on my hand still hurt, and thanks to Barbara, my quilt was damp.

I was curled up in bed in this pathetic condition.

Although I was cold and hungry, I fell asleep with bright expectations.

Early the next morning, I went to Barbara’s residence in the name of cleaning her house.

The pearl necklace she had snatched from me was very important to me, so I had to take it back at all costs.

After entering Barbara’s house, I went straight to her bedroom.

The door was ajar, but there was no one inside.

Counting my lucky stars, I rushed in and rummaged through her dressing table as quickly as I could.

Unfortunately, I didn’t find my pearl necklace.

But what I did find was the necklace that Barbara usually wore.

She had framed me and falsely accused me of stealing! And all along, her necklace was safe and sound in her jewelry box.

It turned out that the bitch had made trouble out of nothing.

I searched every inch and corner of her room, but I still couldn’t find my pearl necklace.

Grunting in frustration, I left her bedroom to look for the necklace elsewhere.