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Ayla Hemming had a small wolf, and she would have nearly been the pack’s most dejected wolf if not for the fact that she had an influential background, and her friends were at the top of the hierarchy of her pack. That was the only way Ayla managed to escape being bullied, even though it still occurred for her from time to time, it was not heavy. Ayla was friends with the Alpha’s son, David, and being the Alpha’s son automatically made him the Alpha-In-Waiting, so, Ayla was convinced that one way or the other, David would be her fated mate and she considered it the perfect union because they were already best of friends.

Little did Ayla know that she was in for a shocker. Well, Ayla guessed right. David had turned eighteen and had not yet met his mate, and that was one of the reasons that Ayla was so sure that David belonged to her as she had not yet turned eighteen yet so the could not link. However, as soon as Ayla turned eighteen, she met her fated mate, and just as she had guessed, it was David.

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Chapter 1

The Prince's Unwilling Mate Chapter 1

“I, David Birch, reject you, Ayla Hemming as my mate and future Luna.”

Ayla could not believe it that her best friend, David, would reject her. As stated earlier, Ayla could already read between the lines, and she could tell that David was her mate so she looked forward to the day when he would openly accept and claim her as his mate. Ayla was not exactly crazy about being the future Luna, her happiness was that just like her parents, she would find a mate who would love and protect her, and who would live the rest of his days worrying and being obsessed about her, just like her parents.

Well, according to The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel, David rejected Ayla, his friend. Why did David reject Ayla? The novel narrates that David rejected Ayla for the same reason she was nearly looked down on in the pack. She was “the runt of the pack.” Whatever that meant, it was a big deal because it stopped Ayla from achieving her heart’s desires. There was no way a she-wolf as small as hers could be Luna and lead the pack to better days, so Ayla was rejected easily by David. Ayla found it hard to come to terms with the fact that David rejected her, so she sought to flee the pack to live with her grandparents at the White Oak Pack.

Chapter 5

The Prince's Unwilling Mate Chapter 5

“Honestly, I have no issues with Ayla going to the Royal Ball. But we all know the likelihood that the prince will choose her as the Luna of all Lunas is extremely small. Tell me how it benefits our pack if she was not to return to us after the ball.”

Just like his son, David, Alpha Phillip of the Blood Moon Pack, the very pack that Ayla was from, did not believe in her for a split second in life, so he said the above words to her. This chapter of The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel describes what happened between Ayla’s parents and the Alpha of their pack. The Alpha, Phillipe was not used to liaising with any other pack if it was not beneficial to him or the Blood Moon Pack, and so he was against Ayla moving to the White Oak Pack following the rejection she had faced in the hands of his son, David, and the extreme bullying that came with her rejection.

Ayla’s parents tried to convince Alpha Phillipe that letting Ayla leave the Blood Moon Pack was the only way to protect her from bullying especially from Hannah, another she-wolf who took it upon herself to disturb the life of Ayla just because she had been jealous of Ayla’s closeness and proximity to the Alpha-In-making of the Blood Moon Pack, David Birch.

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Ayla Hemming was a she-wolf from the Blood Moon Pack and the daughter of the lead warrior of the pack. It was due to that little attachment of nobility and influence, coupled with the fact that she was friends with the Alpha’s son, Daniel, that she escaped being extremely bullied and cast away by the rest of her pack because of her small wolf. However, it did not matter if Ayla was a tad bit important, as she was still regarded as the “runt of the pack,” according to The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel.

In as much as Ayla was a small wolf, she still believed in herself enough to believe that she was the fated mate of the Alpha’s son, David, and that when she was revealed to David as his mate, he would gladly accept her. Well, one would not blame Ayla for believing so because she was close to David, so how could she imagine that someone whom she was already close friends with will reject her if she became his mate? Heartbreak indeed, does not give a prior warning as it suddenly shows up to ensure that the heart of the victim is completely shattered. That was Ayla Hemming’s reality on the day that her belief was confirmed, and the moon goddess revealed her to David as his mate.

David rejected Ayla instantly and without a single doubt. Ayla had to live in her pack with an increased rate of bullying especially from a she-wolf called Hannah who believed that she was David’s mate just because she was a larger and more capable, she-wolf that would fit the status of Luna better. While Ayla sought ways to leave her pack to the White Oak Pack where her grandparents belonged, there was a sudden directive for the packs that there would be a ball where the Alpha Prince would select a chosen mate since he bore the mark of the wolf who lost his fated mate before they met. Yes. The Alpha Prince could not have fated mate so he would either be lucky enough for the moon-goddess to offer him a second chance mate, or he would select a chosen mate.

According to The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel, the Alpha Prince would select a chosen mate in this grand all he had organized, inviting every unmated she-wolf between the ages of eighteen to thirty years. Ayla got home after her rejection to meet her parents with a somewhat downcast face. They had received the memo of the ball and wondered if Ayla would at least agree to attend the ball. The truth was that, everyone knew how difficult it would be for Ayla to have a mate because of her small wolf, so her parents were somewhat eager for her to attend to any opportunities that might find her a mate, fated or chosen. Ayla had an agreement to attend the ball and then leave the Blood Moon Pack to the White Oak Pack soon after because the Alpha Prince wouldn’t choose her.

How could she be chosen as the Luna of all Lunas? Did Ayla Hemming stand a chance to win the heart of the Alpha Prince over or would she lead a miserable life in the Blood Moon Pack forever? If she was not chosen as the Luna of all Luna’s, will she get to leave for the White Oak Pack according to what she had always wished for? The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel narrates that while Ayla was waiting for the ball to attend, she heard that her sister, Kate, had found her mate.

Apart from the fact that uttering the words “fated mate” in front of Ayla was sensitive, her sister, Kate also considered the fact that her fated mate was the cousin if Ayla’s major bully sensitive. When Kate found her mate and realized that he was the cousin to her elder sister’s chief bulky, she threatened to reject her mate if he did not promise to call his cousin to order. Hannah would have to stop bullying Ayla if she wanted her cousin to keep his mate.

Part 3: Lead Character Of The Prince’s Unwilling Mate

Ayla Hemming

The Prince's Unwilling Mate Ayla Hemming

Ayla Hemming is the female lead character of The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel who was rejected by her mate because if her small stature. Ayla had a problem in her pack because she was born a small wolf. Apart from this single supposed deficiency of Ayla, Ayla would have been the perfect she-wolf in her pack as she had every other feature to her favour. She was the daughter of the lead warrior of her pack, and she was friends with the Alpha’s son. Ayla should have been completely untouchable but the fact that she had a small wolf sold her out.
To buttress just how influential Ayla was, it was believed that the bullying she even faced as a result of her small wolf was minimal and could only be met on her by a capable wolf. Ordinarily, the entire pack would be able to have their way with Ayla as she would be an Omega, but the fact that she was a daughter to the lead warrior of the pack boosted her status as well as her friendship with David, the Alpha’s son.

Be that as it may according to The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel, it was not enough reason for Ayla not to feel insecure in her pack, so she opted to elope to her grandparents pack who were prone to accepting a wolf like her, but that would not happen until at least she had attended the Prince’s ball to test the waters and be sure that the Prince would not have her as a chosen mate.

Part 4: Conclusion Of The Prince’s Unwilling Mate

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The Prince’s Unwilling Mate Novel is written to taste, great taste. The plot of the novel is full of life. “What ifs and what nots” and the likes that incorporate into a plot twist that drives the fancy of the readers is what The Prince’s Unwilling Novel boasts of. The author makes sure to have the readers grasp the awareness of deep family bonding and practice rooted in the foundation of the novel.

Family responsibility and looking out for the common good of the pack as a whole was not vaguely but vividly practiced in this novel. From the sister of the female lead threatening to reject her mate if he did not ask his cousin to stop bullying Ayla, to Alpha Phillip refusing Ayla to move to another pack because of the common good of the Blood Moon Pack, the author ensures that unity is the overall subject that drives the plot of the novel. If there was war, it was because of the common good of a pack of a family looking out for one of their loved ones.

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