The story begins like this: two brothers and a war over a crown. The year was 1772. There were two sons of the King of Great Britain, one legit and the other a bastard whom the King favored. The bastard blackmailed the father, threatening to reveal an affair that would destroy his rule. To appease the bastard son, the King gave the unknown land of America to the son, granting him complete control of the people there. The American Revolution was a successful cover story that allowed the Americans to think that they had a functioning “democracy”. What a clueless society. What no one knew was that the bastard living in a castle just north of New York City would continue the legacy of a totalitarian rule for years to come. With complete control, an unforeseen succession of gods would drive American politics to modern day presidency. It was an invisible monarchy that would continue until the death of America…at least, that was the plan.
Flash forward several centuries and Alexander Williams, son of George and Margaret Williams, is coming-of-age to inherit the crown. Unlike the monarchs before him, Alex possesses a secret dream of living an ordinary life. In accordance with this make believe ordinary life comes his dream bride: Annalise Lancaster, the President of the United States’ daughter. But such an outlandish dream is not easily attained, especially for a son of the Secret Monarchy with an unwelcome visitor, from heaven or from hell, residing in the shadows of his mind.
Chelsi Jacobson, a 17 year old early graduate from Buda, TX.
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