Royaltyau (183 royaltyau fanfics)
The Selection has been a tradition of finding the crown prince's future partner. This year, Crown Prince Kim Jongin has hosted his Selection. Do Kyungsoo was one of the Selected by mistake. It was against his will. He hated being in the palace and he hated the crown prince. But will he say the same when he has found himself getting jealous whenever the crown prince spends his time with the other Selected?
Kun doesn't want to become King so he convinces Taeha to run away with him however, that doesn't happen because before she can act on it Taeha is charged for committing treason against Kun for not showing her loyalty towards him.
Jonghyun is a prince who needs funds to manage his run down estate. Jinki is the rich prince of a nearby county who is looking for suitors. However, Jinki has a dark secret of how he has managed to keep his wealth during the time of war.
in which prince jongin of the house kim falls in love with a-list actress jung soojung while he tries to take back his crown
When seasoned con woman Baek Suhyun wakes up on a hospital bed with a crowd of unfamiliar faces weeping tears of joy and telling her that she's the crown princess of this country, she thinks she must have died and gone to heaven. But she hasn't.
Sixteen years ago, the blood fever swept across the whole world. Over three quarters of those who had gotten it died. Out of the few that recovered, some were left marked, with the power of the gods inside of them.
Years ago, when stories were told in scrolls, two princes were born in different kingdoms. They were raised to hate one another and for a long time, believed everything they were taught. But, what if they find out that everything they were told to believe, were simply lies?
In the times where dragons are typically feared, a princess asks to be abducted by one. Everything should go smooth sailing, if not for a confusing dragon, a secretive prince and a power-hungry king.
Despite Hyemi's status as the future Queen of the Kingdom, she is merely a pawn in her father's game for the throne. Her father has one rule for her: Do not ask questions. She is to follow him, silent and obedient, as all her father's pawns do. Yet, despite his warnings and the flowery path he has laid out for her, she cannot help but fall out of line. Especially when the man her father assigns to lay out that perfect path is the embodiment of every thorn, every fear, every w