Drake Walker is a character in "The Royal Romance" series. He is first seen in Book 1, Chapter 1.


Drake has wavy brown hair and brown eyes. He usually wears a blue denim shirt over a white T-shirt.


Holds a cynical view of society. His friendship with the prince of Cordonian appears mismatched. However, he is shown to be very loyal to his best friend. Drake is also very snarky, as he addresses your character with her surname and often makes sarcastic comments towards others. One could compare his personality to that of Jake from the "Endless Summer" series.


Prince Liam

Liam and Drake have been best friends since childhood. Drake values his friendship with Liam through his loyalty. Liam asked Drake to keep an eye out for Your Character during the Derby. He seems to think that he'll get pushed to the side and forgotten once Liam marries.

Main Character/Riley

At the start of the story, Drake seems to dislike your character and tends to say rude things to her. He keeps his distance but at the same time, looks out for your character as a favor for the Prince. Your character eventually grows on him and he starts trusting and liking her more. He is one of your character's potential love interests.

Later on (Chapter 13), in the story he reveals that he has feelings for you but keeps you at arm's length because he knows that you are there for the Prince like everyone else.


Maxwell is one of Drake's friends. Although Drake often dismisses Maxwell's friendship, he does care for him and is willing to help him out in times of need.


Savannah is Drake's sister. He cares for her, and still feels guilty that he couldn't help her. In one of the diamond scenes, Savannah is shown to be the one who kept Drake in line, and is shown to have encouraged him to have fun.

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