Meanwhile, shortly after the sibling pair rode off and once Tim had returned inside;
Arthur paced along the path to the home of the three siblings.
"Arthur...you know Bella doesn't like you...neither does her brother." Lukas said as he sat in the shade of a tree.
Francis sighed, as he stood at full height beside Lukas.
"Today's the day-"
"...yet again..." Lukas mumbled under his breath.
"-that I ask Bella to marry me."
Lukas groaned while Francis rolled his eyes.
"You are an idiot..." Lukas finally said.
Francis snickered silently to himself.
"Well who bloody asked you?! At least I have someone in interest, you haven't seen that Danish guy in how bloody long?"
Francis calmly moved to the side upon feeling the tense air around Lukas.
One thing you never mentioned around Lukas was a Danish guy, because last time he had seen said Danish guy was the last time he had seen both him and his younger brother.
The two had been missing for about five years.
Lukas shot Arthur a terrifying glare, standing up and walking away from the two.
"What the bloody just happened?"
Francis simply shook his head.
"I'd ask you but you can't say a thing, now can you Francis?" Arthur taunted the Frenchman who sighed at Arthur. Francis was very unimpressed by Arthur's childish behavior.
"Anyway, Bella has to say yes this time." Arthur said as he made his way towards Bella's small home.
Francis' only shook his head, his brown hair falling front of his blue eyes.
Arthur always had to focus on those who didn't really care for him.
Arthur approached the front door and harshly knocked on it.
When it opened, Arthur stopped upon realizing that it wasn't Bella, but rather it was her younger brother, William.
"Yes?" he asked.
"Is Bella around?" Arthur asked.
"Uhm well...no." William replied.
"No? What do you bloody mean no?!" Arthur shouted, his voice rising.
"They left to go do something."
"And that something is?"
"I can't tell you."
Arthur groaned, rubbing his eyes.
"Can you at least tell me where she went?"
"I can't tell you."
Arthur was close to screaming in his frustration.
"But I can tell you one thing-" William started, gripping the door frame tightly.
"Hm? And what would be that?" Arthur said, standing over the nervous Tim.
"Well bloody spit it out already!"
"I can see why she doesn't like you. Abel doesn't like you either. Now I don't either. You need to stay away from my sister! She's not interested in you!" William screamed, slamming the door right in Arthur's face.
This startled Arthur, causing him to fall backwards into the mud.
Francis was silently snickering to himself as Arthur stood up, a bit angry.
"You know what?! How don't care what happens, if both of those crazy brothers of hers are out of commission, she won't be able to say no to me." Arthur screamed, storming past Francis.
Francis sighed sadly to himself as he watched Arthur storm back into town.
As he began to walk towards the town, he noticed on the path ahead of him, there was a boy approaching the same house.
He was a young boy by the name of Ferran and Francis had been kind of like family to him.
He stopped in Franics' path.
"Hello, Fran...cis-" he greeted.
Francis nodded, walking past Ferran before stopping as Ferran continued;
"-How long do you plan to continue this facade? Its obvious he doesn't care about really anything else."
"I hope you figure everything out. I need to go visit William..."
Francis nodded and continued into the town.