Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight Chapter 849

Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight

Chapter 849 Dangerous Thorns

Sylvia’s POV:

I recalled when Leonard taught me how to summon the lycan power. Then, I slowly mobilized the strength to awaken that power.

The coldness that I was feeling gradually turned into warmth. I felt like a fire had lit up within me.

The familiar feeling overwhelmed me again as I closed my eyes and concentrated on the looming power in my body.

When the burning fire reached its peak, I quickly pulled out the f0rce from the depths of my body and let it burst out.

It didn’t take long before the lycan power suppressed my black witch power. As expected, the black thorns on Rufus’ nape shrank when I did that.

My eyes lit up in joy as I continued to mobilize the lycan power, hoping that my black witch power could be completely suppressed. It’d be better if it never bursts out again.

However, the black thorns only shank back less than one inch and remained unmoved.

I became so anxious that I tried my best to maintain the maximum lycan power I had in my body, but no matter what I did, the thorns wouldn’t shrink back again.

“I’m so jealous of you two. Your love has no boundaries,” Noreen sarcastically said.

I ignored her and lowered my head to feel Rufus’ breath. Fortunately, his breathing was already stable.

“It’s useless, Sylvia. Rufus is dying!” Noreen exclaimed, mercilessly breaking into the notion that I was trying so hard to bury in the back of my mind.

Pressing my lips into a thin line, I held Rufus tighter and wiped the sweat off his forehead.

“Don’t waste your time. I suggest you prepare a coffin for him as soon as possible.” Noreen sneered.

I instantly looked up and glared at her. “f*uc*k off!”

“Aww, are you mad at me?” she teased. “The truth is never pleasant to hear, but you should learn to accept it.” Noreen was utterly shameless. She didn’t seem to care about what I said at all.

I became so infuriated that I picked up a cobble on the ground and threw it at her. “I said f*uc*k off! Your very existence will only bring us bad luck!”

When the stone hit her, she simply gave me a pitiful look. “I don’t see the point in saving him. Even if you don’t use the power of the black witch bloodline anymore, as long as Rufus loves you, the thorns will only grow bigger. They’ll be able to fully grow within three days and take his life.”

“No! There has to be a way!” I firmly shifted my gaze at Rufus’ sleeping face. Even if I were to d*ie, I wouldn’t let anything happen to my Rufus.

He had to live. He must.

“Does that mean you’ve made up your mind?” Noreen asked. “Do you want to erase Rufus’ memories?”

Hearing what she said, I suddenly remembered something.

The bug!

I remembered that the bug I raised hadn’t been used yet. I was afraid that something might happen during tonight’s mission, so I didn’t bring the bug with me. But if I could take Rufus back, I could save him with that bug! With that in mind, I instantly picked Rufus up.

I turned around and was about to leave, but Noreen stopped me. “Did I say that you can go?”

I pushed her away with my shoulder. “Get out of my way.” “You’re not going anywhere!” Noreen sneered. She became so mad that she threw the crystal ball at me which created a small pit at my feet.

However, I ignored her and walked forward, not bothering to look back. The crystal ball kept creating small pits along the way with each step I took.

Noreen went in front of me and attempted to stop me again by saying, “Put Rufus down and come with me!”

I sneered. “In your dreams! You just want to use me to complete your stupid hybrid experiment. I suggest you give up.”

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