Her Unwanted Mate On The Throne novel is a romance story about William and Doris.
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“Have you found Prince William yet?” Mr. Carson asked the servants who rushed towards him, their cheeks flushed from the cold night air. As the Head of Servants’ at the Golden Palace, they all looked to Mr. Carson for answers he didn’t currently have. He pulled at his fine collar as if he was suffocating from the pressure.
“No—no, not yet. We’ve searched—“
“No?” He interrupted one of the girls who looked as if she were about to faint. “Then what are you coming to me for? Keep searching the grounds!”
Mr. Carson ignored their responses as they rushed off in all different directions to find any trace of a Prince who was never easy to find. Sweat slowly dripped down the back of his neck, he wiped his palms on his trousers when he heard the music grow louder from the ceremony whenever a servant pushed through the grand doors.
Laughter and light conversations filled the air inside that hall. The crown prince Martin Arnold and his Lady Grace Reilly were busy enjoying their fresh engagement with the respected royal families and lords. Even Prince Daniel, the fourth in line, had traveled back from the military just to celebrate Martin. Something William couldn’t seem to bother himself with as the third in line—despite living in the castle.
Lady Grace Reilly, the distant niece of Luna Queen, was perhaps the most beautiful creature in the entire kingdom. Not a single soul came close to her beauty, werewolf or human, they simply couldn’t compare. House Reilly shared half the kingdom with House Arnold.
No one had ever dared to cross the Reilly family, not even the Alpha King Charles himself. It was truly a big day for the entire kingdom to have their families merge—which made each passing second without Prince William feel as if Mr. Carson was standing in his own grave.
Mr. Carson forced himself to glance inside the ceremony to see if anyone had noticed. Prince Martin seemed happy enough, whispering in his lady’s ear as drinks were set in front of them. The rest of the party didn’t seem to notice the absence of William yet—or he’d thought so until he locked eyes with Luna Queen.
The look she gave Mr. Carson made him shiver worse than the cold outside had when he realized he would be left alone with the blame if the prince didn’t show up. The sky darkened horribly since their search began—guests would surely eat this up as their nightly gossip if he didn’t resolve this soon.
“What are you standing there for?” Mr. Carson shouted at the closest group of servants when he turned from the door. The color drained from their faces as he neared them. “Find Prince William right this instant! Foolish omegas and humans, if he is not found soon it will be on all of your heads!”
Doris knew she should’ve stayed inside to help the other servants with the party, but she allowed her mind to wander just enough that she ended up alone in the gardens. The stars shined high above the castle, distant sounds of the celebration were distracting enough to make her turn back towards her duties.
For a moment, she imagined she was only a guest in the castle. Someone who came just for the party and was free to come and go as she pleased. She couldn’t imagine herself ever coming back if she had the chance to leave, but it was nice to dream on a night full of love.