Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight Chapter 1043

Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight

Chapter 1043 Pursuing The Light

Crystal’s POV:

I was in utter shock. I couldn’t believe it that Ian would run away from home. That was so unexpected. Would such a good wolf really be that rebellious?

“When did it happen?” I asked anxiously.

Sighing, the elder replied, “He has been missing since after the day you left the pack. At first, we a*s*sumed that wild wolves has always been completely free. In the past, Ian would often disappear and go to the forest to play for a few days before coming back, so we didn’t pay much attention at first. It was not until such a long time had passed that everyone began to worry. We went to the forest to look for him, but found not even a single sign of him. When we checked the surveillance footage, we found that Ian had already left our territory. He deliberately avoided the surveillance cameras and passed through their blind spots before completely disappearing.”

Hearing that, I gasped in shock. Knowing Ian, he would definitely not leave the pack for no reason, unless something happened. Was he chasing Beryl and Arron?

At the thought of that now, I believed it was actually possible. Beryl and Ian were childhood friends. Wherever Beryl would go, Ian would always be there, tailing her. They were rarely apart.

Nonetheless, I sensed that something wasn’t right. If Ian really was chasing Beryl and Arron, he wouldn’t have waited and left the following day. He would chase after them right away.

“You search the surrounding areas of the pack and look for him. If you still can’t track him down, try taking the route to the capital city.” I ordered more people to look for Ian, but the elder was a little hesitant. He was worried because of Blair’s presence in the pack, so he didn’t dare to leave easily.

“Don’t mind him. He’ll stay in the pack while I am away. You can just go and find Ian.” After thinking for a while, I asked the elder to give Blair my private number.

When the elder heard that I was willing to give Blair that, he breathed a sigh of relief and finally agreed to send more people to look for Ian.

Not long after I hung up the phone, Blair called me, still in a familiar voice and tone.

“I was afraid you’d keep pretending as if you don’t me,” Blair mocked me from the other end of the line. With half a smile, I responded, “There is a reason for that and I can’t explain it all in just a few words. We will talk about it in person later on.”

Being the considerate person that he was, Blair replied in a soft tone, “I know. You don’t have to tell me.” Then, he stopped chuckling and asked seriously, “You gave me your private number because you need my help, right?”

“Yes, you’re right.” I heaved a deep sigh, feeling slightly embarra*s*sed. The first thing I did after not speaking with each other for five years was call him and ask for his help. But I had to do this as it was crucial to find Ian.

“Tell me, what’s the matter?” Blair asked patiently. “A lone wolf from our pack has wandered off, and I’m hoping you can help us track him down. His name is Ian; he is Rin’s child. He came to the border pack with me.”

“I remember that wolf. I ran across him once while searching for Rufus. Don’t worry. I will send more people to find Ian later.”

“Thank you.”

After hanging up the phone, I grabbed the bag of snacks and rushed to pick up Beryl. However, by the time I got to the kindergarten, it was already empty and Beryl wasn’t there anymore.

I had no choice but to go back. My thoughts were all over the place, realizing that things were a mess right now.

If Ian was really lost, how sad Beryl would be after she regained her memory and learned about it.

I walked dejectedly and called the people of the pack to make sure that they had gone to find Ian. After the rea*s*surance, I somehow felt a little relieved.

Right then, I felt a tug on the back of my collar. The next second, I heard Rufus’ voice from behind.

“Finally got you.”

Leave a Comment