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Rolling to my left, I reached for Mirielle in the double king bed we
shared, my arms extended to embrace her, in the thick of my haze of
sleep. To my surprise, she wasn’t in bed with me.
I sat up, rubbing my eyes to take in the darkened suite, my vision
adjusting to the familiar shapes of my bedroom on the royal floor of
Silverhold Tower. The door to the ensuite bathroom was ajar, light off,
indicating that Mirielle was not inside, and the door to the sitting room was
I could make out nothing coming from the adjoining room, but
insomnia was more my thing than hers, even in the midst of all the wedding
plans that had kept her so occupied over the past weeks.
Shoving aside the light duvet, I slid toward the edge of the massive bed
and set my bare feet into a pair of comfortable slippers I used exclusively
for wandering the top floor of the castle.
“Miri?” I called out, my voice slightly raspy from sleep.
Outside the arched windows, moonlight still illuminated the starspangled sky, the night in full effect. I had to meet with the Council of
Ministers in the morning, which was why I had not waited on Mirielle to
retire to bed with me, but she had never been far behind me at night, not
even as the wedding drew closer.
Two days now. In two days, she’d be my queen.
A shiver of pleasure rocked through me. My slippered feet padded
lightly over the gleaming hardwood of the suite until I reached the door of
the sitting room. To my astonishment, the adjacent room was empty and
dark. Mirielle was not in there, poring over books on linens or flowers,
checking off last-minute guests on a list or fast asleep on the settee.
Where was she?
With my pace quickening, I headed toward the hall door, throwing it
open and startling the guards. Calliver stood straighter to see me.
“Alpha…?” he asked, puzzled and caught off-guard by my approach.
Instinctively, he reached for his radio like he had missed an emergency
call, the sight giving me a modicum of relief. If he wasn’t alarmed, I had no
reason to be.
“Where is Mirielle?” I demanded.
The Royal Guard stared back at me blankly. “Alpha?”
“Mirielle. Where did she go?”
Calliver glanced at the other guard, who shrugged in confusion.
“I haven’t seen her all night, Alpha,” Calliver said slowly. “Was she
It was my turn to stare at him. “What do you mean, you didn’t see her?
She never came up?”
“Not while I was here.” He again nodded at his companion. “Did you
His partner shook his head but remained silent. I gritted my teeth, my
mind racing as to where she might have gone.
“Radio her guards. I want to know where she is right now.”
“Yes, Alpha,” Calliver agreed primly, grabbing for his radio.
I pivoted back into my suite to change out of my nightclothes, mind
wandering to the last place I’d seen her.
Things had gotten so busy with the upcoming plans and my typical
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