Prince Shawn of Whiteshadow Isle had always led a sheltered life. His father, King Luke, and stepfather, King Brett, had always tried to make sure that when he took over the throne of Whiteshadow Isle, he was unaffected by the "commoner" world around him. On his fifteenth birthday, in keeping with the traditions of the kingdom, Shawn was obliged to choose a boy who would rule beside him, when his time came to ascend to the throne. However, instead of choosing one of the hundreds of lads who came to the palace that day, he chose a young beggar, Carter, who had snuck in.
Soon after that, the women of the New Grasbey Republic declared war on Whiteshadow Isle, and Shawn finally learned the truth about the violent history between the men and the women, and their subsequent segregation from each other. At least, he thinks it's the truth....
This ebook is not for the prude and politically correct as it describes relationships between men. So if you are somewhat open-minded then you can try the demo version to find out by yourself.
About Aaron Levitt : born just outside of Vancouver in 1981, but has spent most of his life in Montreal. He began writing poems and short stories as a hobby, while still in elementary school, and, at the age of seventeen, finished his first novel, Chronicles of Whiteshadow Isle: First Era. Aaron currently resides in Montreal, where he is attending Vanier College.
"Welcome to my page of creation and masterpiece!
All stories, if not on true life experience, are based on things that have stuck with me in some way, over the course of my life. I tend to write more of a m/m or f/m type story rather than M/m, F/m, F/f type, simply because of my own preference. That very same preference is why I tend to write more stories centered around males. Most of my stories contain "consent before action" in some way. Feedback is not only welcome, but also encouraged, since I love receiving critique about my works, whether it be rant or rave.
Above all, always remember that none of the actions depicted in my stories are condoned by me. Secondly, remember that sexual fantasies and dreams never hurt anybody, but when some of those dreams turn into reality, they can cause permanent physical and emotional damage. Children are our future and we must love and cherish them, not harm them.