The Hidden King

The Hidden King

By:  Chantielu  Completed
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To the outside world, Marvelon is just another college student. He even plays the role well enough to convince himself of this. Little did he know, the world depends on him to become the one thing he's scared of the most: himself. He can hardly keep his special abilities under control. And, to make matters worse, he now has to fend for a naive princess. He can sniff the disaster from a mile away. When Aqualia is plucked from her home and into a new world, she's forced to use the skill of adaptation. Funny enough, the new world and its inhabitants are intriguing. Not to mention its hidden treasure. Who would have thought she'd be craving things of this world? No one! When love comes knocking, they have no other choice but to answer. ️ Warning: This novel contains mature language and sexual contents

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Aqua
Somewhere in the North Seas twenty-two years agoLights flickered across the sky, piercing through the darkness. Loud rumbling echoed afterward. The sky finally opened up with tears of anger, pelting everything below.My muscles ached, even my tail threatened to stop working. None of that mattered as I fought the monster that tried to drown us under its petrifying waves. It got angrier with each passing minute. The roar grew louder with the wail of the baby, slapping me under. Again. Bubbles surrounded me. My vision grew foggy. I had no choice but to let go of the basket I held.People often said when an unlucky person was about to die, they could foresee their life flash before their eyes. All the things that mattered, all the good and bad they did throughout their time amongst the living. Everything would come back to them. However, they were wrong. My life meant nothing without what was inside the basket. All I could think about
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Aqua
I didn't know what I had expected to see when I decided to come here. All I knew was I needed help and Father was the only one powerful enough to give it. Seeing The Nesting now, I felt terrified. Terrified he might throw us out without help. Terrified he was still upset with me. Terrified because he was my dad, and well, I betrayed him.The Nesting was my home, it was where our pod lived. A vast spread of dark coral caves greeted us. At this time of night, it was sure all merfolks would be sleeping. Tucked away on their seaweed beds. Stopping at the largest cave of all, the King's quarters, Octoria left us to speak with another guard at the entrance of the cave. Crystal and the two other guards stayed put, waiting for more orders from their leader. Shelliot swiveled around to face me. "I should probably go inside first," she explained with sadness in her eyes. No doubt, my parents would not want to see me as their gu
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Aqua
Heading home everything stood still. No fish was in sight, the sea laid still, even the wind ceased to blow. Nothing! The silence burdened my eardrums, enough to cause damage. It was as if the earth stood still on its axis. The ocean was too quiet. It had never been this way before. Lucky enough, I was accompanied by my parents and their guards to land.Though the circumstances were terrible, the gesture warmed my heart.Near land, I kissed my parents. "I know you have a new home, but it doesn't mean you have to forget the old one." Mother's eyes glossed. I never went home because I thought I was no longer welcomed. It was not like I left home on good terms. Now, it was different. Everything would be different.A tight smile stretched my lip while I engulfed her in another embrace. "I know, Mother. This is not goodbye." 

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Marvelon
Sixteen Years Later I hated this. My fingers tapped to the lazy rhythm of the clock. My mind elsewhere. Like how happy my friends would look when I showed them the gifts I bought for them. Or how nice it would be to be back home after a tiring summer spent at Cadet Camp. I slouched in my seat while my gaze slid across the desk to the Camp Coordinator. His lips moved in slow motions, the edges tilting ever so often. A feminine laugh sounded beside me. On my left, my mom leaned forward and the Coordinator's eyes followed her. To my right, my dad shuffled in his seat; blue eyes glanced at his wristwatch. A few papers were pushed towards my mom, but before she could pick them up, my dad snatched them from the desk. His gaze flashed over the papers, and he whipped out a pen from his shirt pocket. The papers were slam
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Marvelon
Sophia was braced against one of the rocky sides of the cave. Alex leaned against her while he spoke to her in a language known by couples behind closed doors. My eyes bulged; all air rushed from my lungs. My nostrils struggled to pull in oxygen. My mind went blank. No, this was not supposed to happen. I asked her to wait for me. She told me she would. Then, why? How? I didn't understand? Wasn't I enough? Was it because I wasn't normal? I was only absent for a few weeks. A few weeks. Not long enough for her to move on with someone else. And, Alex at that. Alex, my brother. My best friend. He knew there was something between us. Yet, here he was with her. He chose to betray me. Sirens rang in my eardrum. My face heated. My veins started buzzing like millions of ants crawling over me. I became light-headed. Energy soared through me. At first, I wanted to jump, walk, run at the same time, but then it settled, I wan
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Marvelon
Months crawled by, and I made sure to avoid Sophia and Alex. My room became a haven. Away from everyone where it was safe. I couldn't hurt anyone this way. At other times, I would go to the cave. After all, it was my secret place.  There, the man would visit me until I could visit him. He became my tutor. As it turned out, he was my late grandfather. I wasn't even sure how many greats were before grandfather. It was a bit odd, but my whole family was unusual. I had powers. What was not strange with that? The man and I became close enough, so instead of saying great grandfather, I called him Gramps. As it turned out, he was dead. It was laughable. I had gone insane. Sure, the dozens of psychiatric patients could testify of talking with dead people. Even though he was a lifesaver, I often asked why he was here. Every time he would give me the same answer: I needed help. My brain translated it as my powers were out of control, so he was here to preve
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Shelliot Guardian of the Hidden King
Twenty-Two Years Later"How's the boy?" King Earland asked. He leaned back on his throne. The smooth limestone seat was padded with seaweeds for comfort. My lips twitched as I replied, "He's doing great. Doing too well without his mom, and precious dad if you asked me." Queen Sung laughed. Her throne nestled beside her husband's.King Earland cleared his throat, the sound deep, and loud. No doubt, it could make a fish bow. Realizing my mishap, I lowered my head. The lowered platform hid my shame. But, I wasn't counting on that. The magical crystals along with the several angler fish lined in the corner of the cave illuminated the entire room. Nothing went unnoticed. "He's doing amazing, wonderful in school. He's in his senior year in college as they call it on land. That means year four at his young adult school."King Earland chuckled. "Ah, land folks and their ridicu
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Shelliot
"However, the princess can't be in the ocean. The enemy seems to be using a powerful mermaid. She would be able to find her if she comes back to the sea," Queen Sung added. Her previous relaxed tone was now authoritative. Frustration seeped through my pores. Prince Marvelon would not like this. He treated his house as a shrine. They should imagine ordering an ill-tempered person that he had to host someone else in his house for God knows how long. The hardest part was, we were not even asking but telling him this needed to be done. And, if it was one thing I learned about the Prince, he didn't like to be told what to do. "Shelliot!" King Earland shouted. The fishes hurdled together. I jumped."You will keep her safe there. Under no circumstances is she allowed back in the ocean without our approval. Do I make myself clear?" he bellowed.I released a low breath. Bubbles danced before me. Marvelon was going
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Marvelon
"I don't want you two making out on my damn couch." I pointed at Alex and Sophia, who were kissing on the couch. Sophie pushed away from Alex. He pouted his lips and whimpered. "Shelly already cleaned the house for the party tonight," I announced, "and I don't want you guys messing up my shit."Sophie laughed. "Ah, such a cockblocker." I whipped her the middle finger, and flopped down on the couch adjacent to them, crossing my feet at the ankle on the wooden coffee table. It had taken Sophia and Alex a long time to be comfortable enough to do pre-sexual interaction with each other while I was in the same room. Funny enough, not as long for me to be okay with it. I was the one who encouraged them to get back together with the continuous help
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Marvelon
Damn guardian!It was as if the more she knew I hated something, the more she did it. I should be grateful. After all, she was there whenever I needed her. Unfortunately, I was ungrateful. I leaned on the nearest post, holding up the pier. Allowing the cool sea breeze to fill my lungs, I blew it out at the water before me. The water parted at my playfulness, reminding me of when Moses parted the Red Sea. When I was younger, Alex, Sophie, and I often dressed up and pretended we were Moses and the children of Israel. It was pretty cool to part the ocean. At least, that was what they thought. My little miracle was done three more times before a sparkle blinded my sight. I squinted my eyes and sheltered my face with the back of my hand. "You know, I saw that right?" a familiar voice purred. 
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