Not A Classic Love Story
Auden should be smarter. Smarter than some sappy boy who can't keep his heart to himself. The other boys are strong, brutal, crude.
Atticus Mare, for example. A bright, loud, golden statue of David. The perfect picture of a teenage boy. And unfortunately, teenage boys like him are also cruel and self-obbsessed. It's a shame that Auden finds himself totally and hopelessly in love with him.
But when Fitz Galeice, a sharp, smooth piece of stone is thrown into the picture, how will things change? Will Auden find himself in another soul, or will he forget about them all?
"Happily Ever Afters are for the weak," someone once said. But maybe- just maybe - he might find one.