Summary: In the mountains of what was once the Northeastern United States of America, the descendants of a band of refugees who had escaped New York City at the end of a great World War are beginning to thrive after almost a thousand years of struggle. Relying on a combination of bits and pieces of advanced technology salvaged from the remains of great cities, as well as the still-pristine forest that they now call home, the people of Westerville are determined to rebuild a world in which peace, love, and cooperation mean more than victory, greed, and wealth.
Blaine Anderson is heir to the ruling seat of Westerville and, from birth, has been destined for an arranged marriage—he must father an heir in order to ensure the line of succession. When it becomes clear to his parents that his affections lie with his own sex, they make it their mission to find him a suitable—and potentially happy—match with a carrier who can return his interest.
Kurt Hummel is the son of Burt Hummel, Westerville’s most well-known engineer. Though he has grown up far from the Andersons’ manor in a small village to the north, his family has worked with the Andersons for generations, providing them with transportation vehicles, engines, machines, research, and repair work of all kinds. After the tragedy of losing his wife, Burt takes it upon himself to explain to Kurt that, since his birth, he has been sought after by the Andersons as a potential future husband for their son, because he is a carrier.
This is the story of Kurt and Blaine’s betrothal, courtship, and how they start their family, but it is first and foremost the story of how a young boy from a small village grows into leadership, marriage, and parenthood at the same time as he grows into manhood, and how he discovers himself along the way.
Posting information: This story is completely written—24 chapters—and I will be posting three times a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
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Time to add The Flash to your watch list. Executive producer Greg Berlanti reveals the show will have two gay characters in the show’s debut season.
I saw this cuff and it just screamed Blaine at me. Particularly sub!blaine who can’t wear a collar in public so instead wears this as a symbol of Kurt’s ownership.