Outcast: The Alpha King’s Beloved by Blue Tears

Chapter 146


Outcast: The Alpha Kings Beloved Chapter 146 by Blue Tears. Tony’s POV:. Over the past few days, I had been inquiring all over about the whereabouts of my two friends. Simon and I were led back to the mountain where Jennifer had first found me. Not long after, we finally stumbled upon the small village there and found the log cabin where Dana and Gary lived. “Dana, Gary!”. I cried excitedly, waving at the two familiar figures in the distance. “I’m so glad I found you!”. They were carrying hoes on their shoulders. It looked like they were about to head out to work. But the second they saw me, they stopped dead in their tracks. Practically dropping their hoes to the ground, they hurried over, astonishment written all over their faces. “Kim, is that you? I almost couldn’t recognize you. They circled around me and studied me carefully. “You look…different. You’re glowing and energetic a far cry from when we last saw you!”. My two friends were practically gawking at how much I had changed. I smiled gently, remembering the first time our paths had crossed. I was being hunted down, and they were the ones who had taken me in and saved me. But Arthur was relentless in his chase. I gradually went insane from the anxiety, even going so far as to forget my two old friends. It wasn’t until Jeff treated me that I remembered everything. “Yes, it’s me, my old friends. I’ve been treated and I’m now sane. Actually, my real name is Tony. I’m an elder of the Rainbow Pack. I threw my arms around the two of them, happy to be reunited. Previously, I had changed my name to Kim in order elude Arthur’s grasp. Now that Arthur was dead, I could use my real name without fear. “By the way, this is an old friend of mine, Simon. I turned around and introduced Simon to them. “I was delirious before and caused you a lot of trouble. But I’m fine now. I’m here to say thank you and hopefully repay your kindness. How have you two been?”. “Things are still the same,” Gary replied with a smile. “Life here in the mountain isn’t wild vegetables every day. It gets tough sometimes, but at least we’re free and comfortable. By the way, where have you been these days? when we came back, you were nowhere to be found. We looked everywhere for you. We thought you were finally caught, and we were really sad for a long time. The two looked at me, filled with remorse. I was moved by how much they cared about me. If it weren’t for the m, I would have been k illed a long time ago. I felt a little guilty, thin king about the lengths they went through to look for me. They invited us into their home and we sat down to someone came to find me and took me back t o the Rainbow Pack. There, a doctor treated me. With my mind cleared, we were able to take down the people who were hunting me and brought them to justice. Now, I don’t have to hide anymore

“Tony, we’re so happy to hear that. Your mental state was in tatters last time we saw you. Dana and I always wanted t o have you treated, but we couldn’t risk going down the mountain to look for a doctor. We were afraid had to give up . We’re really sorry about that, Tony. Fortunately, your friend was able to find you and get you the help you needed. Gary sig hed. “No, please don’t apologize. You have done more than enough for me. Without you, I never would’ve survived on this mount ain alone. Not only did you save me, you also befriended me. Tears wel led up in my eyes. Dana invited us to stay f or dinner, and we happily accepted her invitation. As we ate, I told Simon, “You might not be used to the ta ste lived on them and wild animals alone, but I actually q uite liked them. The way of life here is simple and quiet. “They taste good. T hey have a unique flavor about them,” . Simon commented in between mouthfuls. After dinner, I proposed that Gary an d Dana come down the mountain with us. “Friends, please come with me to t he Rainbow House. I want to properl y thank you for taking care of me. To my surprise, they exchanged h esitant glances. “Tony, we both know you mea n well, but we just can’t ri sk exposing our identities. Dana and Gary d eclined my invi tation politely. They had always bee n elusive about the ir true identities. I didn’t ask any further ques tions, but I still hoped they would reconsider my proposal. Although the life on the mou ntain was free and unrestrai ned, it was still difficult. They needed to h unt and gather fo r food every day. Comfort was no t a guarantee, but strife was. “It’s safe at the Rai nbow Pack,” . I said in an e ffort to chang e their minds. “The previous Alpha has been imp eached and the current one is ou r friend. He will keep you safe. “Okay, Tony, yo u win,” Gary sa id with a smile. “We’ll go with you. After all, it’s been a while since we left this mountain. It was beginning to get a little boring up here. I beamed at them. Toge ther, we headed back to the Rainbow House. Anth ony’s POV: . Jennifer urgently dragged me t owards the hall, announcing tha t Tony and Simon had come back. I could f eel her e xcitement. She always truly cared about those around he r, which made me smile. I liked this ab out her. Everyone gathered i n the hall and awai ted Tony’s arrival. When they strode in, m y gaze landed on his t wo friends behind him. I was stunned w hen I recognize d who they were. Oh, my God! I cou ld barely believe what I was seeing. If I wasn’t mistaken, it wa s Dana and Gary – two of my father’s old subordinates

But hadn’t they died a lon g time ago? When they saw me, they were also shocked. The two rushed forward and b owed before me. “Mr. Jones, we didn’t think we’d see you here. What a su rprise! How have you been?” . I helped the two to th eir feet and looked int o their eyes in a daze. After a while, I came back to my senses and asked, “What’re you do ing here? If my memory serves me right, you were soldiers from the Osman Kingdom who supposedly died alongside my father years ago. Was there something I didn’t know? “We’re honored that you remember us, Mr. Jones. It’s true. We did march alongside your father and Austin. Alas, our troops suffered immense casualties and were almo st completely wiped out. Even Gary and I were seriously injured, laying among a heap of corpses. Austin must’ve thought we were already dead, because he killed your father before our very eyes and left the scene without even looking back. When he was gone, Gary and I struggled to our feet and somehow managed to run away to the Rainbow Pack. This whole time, we’ve been hiding on the mountain. Tears welled u p in his eyes as Dana spoke. When I heard this, m y heart practically stopped in my chest. I had always suspecte d that Austin was beh ind my father’s death. It turned out that I was right. I clenche d my fist s tightly. All these years, I had been looking for evidence to suppo rt my claim, but to no avail. Now that Dana and Gary had confirmed my suspicion, I could finally fulfill my long cherished wish: to make Austin pay. However, a qu estion had be en bugging me. “Why didn’t you go back to the royal palace together to testify against Austin?” . “We had no choice. Austin has been trying to hunt us down to eliminate all eye witnesses. We figured h e must’ve found two missing bodies when they cleared up the battlefield and realized we had escaped. T o be honest, hiding from him was really difficult, which is why we settled in the desolate mountain. Dana s ighed h eavily. “But we decided to keep on living, if it meant we could expose Austin’s crime one day. Maybe it’s fate that we ran into you today, Mr. Jones. We ar e willing to confront Austin. Please forgive us for running away before. “We need to think this over carefully. You ca n stay in Rainbow House for the time being. Do n’t go out unless necessary. It’s safer here. I patted t hem on the shoulder. “Okay , Mr. J ones. They breat hed a sigh of relief. “Thank you for your understanding. We are loya l to you and will do anything to help you over throw Austin’s rule. ” I smiled with gratitude. Who knew that Tony’s friends were the soldiers from the Osman Kingdom? Now that they were with me, it was a great opportunity to defeat Austin. I must bring the ba d guy who killed my father to justice