Alien’s Chosen Bride by Lexi Lunar EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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The day I was elected to the ruling council of Kremar, the grand chamber
buzzed with a mix of anticipation and apprehension. The vast room,
adorned with ancient Kremarian tapestries depicting our storied past,
echoed with whispered conversations.
As I entered, my tall and muscular frame – a testament to my warrior
lineage – seemed to draw the attention of every eye in the room. The soft
glow of the overhead crystalline lights reflected off my armor, casting
shimmering patterns on the floor.
The weight of countless generations were pressed upon my shoulders. Their
hopes and fears mingled with my own. My stern expression was a mask,
hiding the tempest of emotions that raged within. But my purpose was clear,
and my determination unyielding, even as I heard the whispers around me.
“I never thought I’d see the day when Kerr Kerr would sit among us,”
Councilor Lireen murmured to her neighbor. Her voice dripped with
“And yet, here he is,” replied Councilor Drev, his tone neutral but his eyes
sharp and assessing. “Let’s see if his reputation precedes him.”
My controversial stance on interspecies mating was no secret. To many, it
was heresy. They clung to the belief in the purity of our race, seeing any
deviation as a dilution of our proud heritage. But I had seen the numbers.
They told of an undeniable decline that threatened to plunge our people into
the abyss of extinction.
As I took my seat, Councilor Lireen addressed me directly, her voice
saturated with skepticism. “So, Kerr, you truly believe that mingling our
blood with outsiders is the solution?”
I met her unwavering gaze with my own. “It’s not about what I believe,
Lireen. It’s about what the data shows. Our numbers are dwindling. If we
don’t adapt, we’ll fade into history.”
A murmur of agreement and dissent rippled through the chamber. Councilor
Drev leaned forward, his fingers steepled.
“You speak of data, Kerr, but
what of our traditions, our values? Do they mean nothing to you?”
I took a deep breath. I needed to choose my words carefully. “Traditions are
important, Drev, but they should not chain us to a path of self-destruction.
We must evolve, adapt, or face the consequences. I know what I say may be
seen as radical, blasphemous even! But where you see a corruption of our
bloodlines, I see a future for our culture to continue.
“Our females are few, and many are unwilling to mate due to the perceived
softening of our men. We cannot ignore the reality that faces us. The truth is
difficult to accept but it is the truth we must look beyond our own species if
we are to survive.”
Councilor Lireen’s face twisted into a scowl. “You would have us abandon
our traditions, our very identity, Kerr? You speak of survival, but at what
“The cost of inaction is extinction, Lireen,” I replied, my voice steady. I felt
as if I had explained it dozens of times, and yet no one would ever listen.
Thus, I needed to push forward, even if it meant repeating myself. “Our
traditions are important, but they must not blind us to the truth. We must
adapt, or we will perish.”
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