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The Lycan King's Fate Calling novel Chapter 623

Sylvia's POV:

I was stunned. Not understanding what Blair meant, I smiled at him awkwardly. "I was too weak at the time, so I suppose a loser like me indeed drew people's attention easily."

"No. It was because you had a unique temperament that people took notice of you," Blair added.

I scratched the back of my head, not knowing what to say to Blair. "I guess you could say my weakness was unique, right?"

Amused, Blair suddenly burst into laughter. Then, he sighed and looked at me intently. "To be honest, if Rufus didn't come to your rescue, I would've."

"Oh, really? Thank you," I said dryly, averting my gaze. I didn't know why, but I couldn't seem to look at him. Blair was acting so strange today.

"If I were the one who saved you back then, would you have paid more attention to me?" Blair pressed me further.

I looked up at him, stunned. What did he mean?

I hesitated for a while and chose to pretend not to hear him.

"Maybe you would've fallen in love with me instead?" Blair chuckled. Although his tone sounded like he was joking, I didn't think it was funny at all.

I coughed with embarrassment and decided to be honest. "I doubt it. Rufus and I are mates. We're destined to be together."

Hearing this, Blair's expression darkened. "Is a mate bond so important? If Rufus wasn't your mate, would you still have fallen in love with him?" "Of course!" I said without thinking. I didn't need to think. Rufus was the only man in my heart. No one could replace him. I would fall in love with him no matter what, even if he wasn't my mate. This was fate and I couldn't escape it.


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