King Percival is viewed as an utter failure by his subjects, both as a man and a ruler. For this reason, he attempts to do everything he can to make sure his only son is prepared to replace him when he dies, but the prince has flaws of his own. One is that he is attracted to other males, not females. Since his father refuses to accept his sexual orientation, King Percival does everything within his power to alter his son’s desires, until the situation ultimately spirals out of control.
Deputy Sheriff Blake Alston is driving around a nothin' town on a Saturday night and sick of going back to an empty house and cold bed. But Axel Carmichael seems to have a talent for being in the right place at the right time. Blake isn't ready to have his heart broken again, but even with the fact that Axel is seven years his junior and in love with someone else, he can't quite get the young man out of his head.
In the future, all para-humans are 2nd class citizens under constant control and supervision. Poll's sponsor is a securities specialist, specifically the man responsible for designing all tech the maintains the balance of human superiority. Poll accepts his world, he's well treated, until the disappearance of his twin brother Costa shatters his world view and forces him to decide where he stands.
One was Killian, the heir to the Almerian Throne. The other was Surya, the younger prince of Drona. Their hearts dared to defy the barriers raised by their forefathers. But what had started as an innocent folly between two princes could end in a blood-soaked war between two kingdoms.