Andy was scared and Connor was lonely. Andy gave him company and Connor gave him shelter.
"There isn't a battle in this world I wouldn't fight for you."
─ Story Type; Novel
─ Published; November 30, 2016
─ Warnings; Strong language, Mild sexuality
─ Cover; Credit @faeriemind
─ Book Two; Fighter (In Progress)
─ Book Three; Stranger (Coming Soon)
─ LGBTQ+ BOTM Winner (Previously was Devotion)
Andy was a loving boy.
His mother left them when he was three, leaving him and his brother to their farm and father in Montana.
When Andy was fifteen, it had been four years since his little sister drowned in the creek on their land, and his father started his long battle with cancer, and Andy decided to tell his father the one thing he wanted him to know; that he was gay, which his father wasn't fond of.
Andy was bullied for it up until the day his father died, and even after he was gone, Andy still felt like a disappointment.
He has some anxiety, athagoraphobia, and an all too strong love for the people who didn't leave him.
Connor was a fearful child.
His father was abusive, and after he left, his mother couldn't help her anger and fear and took it out on Connor.
At the age of seven, he was put into foster care until his uncle took custody of him.
He took on the alias "Cynder" because the name he had at birth was his father's, coming with too many harmful memories, and this new name was his old bestfriend from foster care, Ashley, or "Ashes," nickname for him.
Today and ever since, he's lived with anxiety, PTSD, and a never ending hope in his heart.