The Awakening of His Luna
T. R. Durant
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After treacherous attacks from the Red Dragons, the Golden Dragons were almost eliminated from the face of the Earth, with only a few of them surviving and having to face decades of war against their persistent enemies. In the middle of the conflict, a new hope was found; one more surviving member of the Golden breed — Kemely. Except there was nothing they could do to take her from her current state of unconsciousness. Under the sun of her new home in Marbella, Kemy’s future was unclear as the only reality she knew were her dreams and her years of slumber. On the other side of the world, in the cold Alaska, Henry was very sure about his future. He is a Werewolf who is supposed to take the Beta’s daughter as his chosen mate and succeed his father as the Alpha of the Boreal Keepers Pack, one of the most ruthless packs on the continent. The Boreal Keepers Pack only knows power, how to crush their enemies, greed, and tradition. However, there is something they and their Alpha hate more than weakness: they hate dragons with passion. Henry changed his ways when he heard a call to his soul, a call from his long-sleeping mate. He didn’t know who she was or where she was; he only knew he had to find her. However, he never expected his mate to be Kemely, a Dragon. Will Henry leave his pack and his destiny to help bring his dragon mate back from her coma, or will he follow his father’s orders and wishes, and his pack’s ways? What will happen when the old feud between Dragons and Werewolves is challenged? Will destiny intertwine the ways of the Alpha’s son and his sleeping Dragon mate? Copyright Disclaimer: The Copyrights of This Book Belong To T. R. Durant.
CHAPTER 1 Prologue
Golden Dragons: The strongest amongst all the monumental reptilians that dared to gain the skies. We had an empire, and now we only have each other.
Once upon a time, we were thousands, but now there are only seven of us.
Our population was wiped out in a treacherous war. The Red Dragons lured and attacked us in our sleep, killing all of our elderly and young. This was the first battle, the one that we couldn't fight, for it happened covered by the dark veil of night and the sneaky schemes of lies.
We watched our people die, and some of us — like my sister Mallory and I — lost more than our families and friends. We lost our freedom.
My sister and I were set apart and taken to laboratories, becoming our enemies' prisoners.
We would have died there if the Great Golden Dragon spirit, the original golden fire that created us and reunited the souls and the songs of all Golden Dragons, hadn't found its way back to Earth.
The spirit made its home in the soul of a young witch.
Fate brought a witch called Alma towards the golden clan, the few Golden Dragons who struggled to survive and keep our breed's legacy alive. She met our King, Duke Egan, and shared with him a night of love that never met the dawn. The fire of their love wouldn't ever fade, but rather, it brought forth a miracle and a curse.
Alma was pregnant with the Golden Dragon clan's last hope, with the last dragon's heir.
But rather than the child in her womb, Alma herself ended up being our miracle: she gave our clan hope and helped us to fight and heal.
I didn't know her. I didn't know any of this. However, I could feel something warm in my soul as the light of hope extended its wings.
My Dragon Ember could reach her and ask for help.
We were still in the claws of the enemy, lost in an eternal dream.
I was in a field of daisies, the same place I've ever been since I can remember, ever since my life became this endless dream.
Being alone with my Dragon, Ember, waiting for many eternities whilst trying to find words in the silence of my mind, seemed to be my destiny.
Or at least that was what it felt like on the days I didn't see him. His presence brought me some comfort, making me feel less lost inside myself, and making me feel more real. I've dreamt for so long that I started feeling like a dream as well.
A smile formed on my lips as my gaze found the wolf's silhouette appearing on the far horizon. Although he was only a shadow outlined by the sunlight, every time he seemed to be a little bit closer, maybe, one day, he could reach me. Perhaps if I could touch him, touch reality, I would wake up.
Of course, I wasn't only waiting, but planted here like a tree. I tried to run toward him, but it didn't help at all; it was the same as trying to reach the sun or the stars. My steps took me farther away rather than closer to him. I guessed that the secret was to let him come close.
For some unknown reason, I knew everything around me was an extension of myself, an illusion of my mind, except for him, and although he was somehow connected to me, he was something else, someone else.
Sometimes I wondered if he was also dreaming about me, and that was why we could meet.
I muttered into the silence, "Come close, take me away from my dreams or let me dream with you."
-List of Books By T. R. Durant-
The Intertwined Series:
Torn between mates
Behind the mask
Out of the world
The Lost Bond
The Last Dragon's Baby
The Awakening of His Luna
His Runaway Luna
The Golden Dragon's Surrogate
Sold to my Unknown Mate
She is not my Luna
The Beta's Redemption
My Unfated Mate
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