Page 26 of Prince Next Door

I giggled bashfully. “Then what are we going to do? Is there any chance you’d be willing to come back with me to America? I don’t really know what the protocol is for a prince to be away so long.”

He waved a dismissive hand. “I’m a minor prince. My cousins are the ones who have to worry about the spotlight. All you have to do is tell me to stay, and I will. I’d give up everything to be with you.”

My chest swelled with warmth as tears welled up in the corners of my eyes. “You really mean that? But I can’t ask you to–”

William squeezed my hand. “Yes, you can. I want to.”

I sniffled. “You’re really going to come back with me?”

“Wherever you want to go, I’ll be right there. You want adventure, and I can give it to you so long as you let me stay by your side.”

“Okay,” I wistfully laughed. “Okay, let’s do it.”

“Perfect. I’ll call the airline first and have our seats upgraded. There’s no way I can make it across the Atlantic in economy.”

“I’ve never flown first class before,” I commented, doing my best to swallow my excitement.

“You’re going to love it. I can’t wait to spoil you.”

“I love you, William.”

“I love you, too.”

“Do we really want to wait around for our food? Or do you think we can ask for it to go?”

“Why? What did you have in mind?”

Beneath the table, I slipped out of my shoe and raised my foot, bringing it to the front of William’s pants. He jolted, hitting his knee on the bottom of the table in surprise. I almost laughed at how hard he immediately became. William cleared his throat and raised his hand to grab our waiter’s attention.

I smirked. That was a neat little trick that I’d definitely use again.

We barely made it to our hotel room in time. The second the door closed behind us, we were practically tripping over one another in a hurry to undress. William pinned my wrists above my head and pressed his naked body against mine, trapping me between him and the cold door. I wanted him so badly that a terrifying heat spread quickly between my legs. I needed him, and I needed him now.

I freed my hands and pressed my palms to his chest, pushing him backwards toward the bed. When the back of his knees hit the edge of the mattress, he sat down. I kept on pushing, climbing onto his lap with great urgency, kissing the daylights out of him. I could feel his swollen cock rubbing up against my ass, hot and desperate for attention. I peered down into those light grey eyes. It was yet another reason why I loved him so much.

I reached behind me and lined his thick length with my pussy, sitting down slowly to take all of him in. I moaned and shivered as I circled my hips, rocking back and forth to position him right where I wanted him. William had me feeling so full and hot that it was easy for me to lose control. The bedframe creaked in protest under our weight, but I didn’t stop my movements. It just felt too good, the head of his cock hitting me in just the right place to drive me to the brink of insanity. William reached up and caressed my breast, giving them a light squeeze. He teased my nipples, pinching them lightly. Little did I know that was exactly what I needed to come. I groaned so loudly I was fairly certain our next-door neighbors overheard, but I didn’t care. William made me feel so unbelievably good and I couldn’t care less if the rest of the world knew it.

We fell into each other’s arms after, a tangle of arms and legs. My hair was a mess, my body was covered in sweat, but that didn’t stop William from kissing every inch of me. We held onto one another tight, perfectly content together to just let the time pass us by. We talked about nothing and everything, whispered to one another well into the early hours of morning. By the time the sun finally rose up from beyond the horizon, we whispered that we loved each other and promptly fell asleep.

When I finally awoke, I’d missed my plane by half an hour.

William whispered to me, “Stay.”

I did.



I wanted to buy her an apartment. I wanted to buy her a new car. I wanted to buy her everything she would ever possibly need. But every time I offered, Hannah would just shake her head and turn me down. We wound up renting an apartment downtown. It was certainly a downgrade from the villa I called home back in England, but I wasn’t too upset. This was our apartment. We had a matching set of keys and everything. I didn’t know why a tiny key with matching blue and red keychains made me so excited, but they did. I could understand now why Andrew was willing to go to such great lengths for Carla. There wasn’t a single thing I wouldn’t do for Hannah. If she asked, I would have given her the moon.

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