The 'Roaring Twenties' are marred by the outcome of the Civil War. The Confederation's victory marked the beginning of a new political regime: servitude is still legal, while René Mantrousse's 'Slave theory' had become the country's new faith and code. However, the liberal youth believes that this flourishing will not last forever, and someday, after the oppression is over, everyone will find happiness. John Keyle - a political criminal, becomes a victim of a pointless chase after the alluring dream of true love, that was never destined to come true.
He was a famous mobster, and she was an undocumented immigrant on the search for a change. They were a perfect match, or so she thought... ~~~ TW: This story will include mentions and potential scenes of: prostitution, sexual assault and even murder. If you're easily triggered by those things, read at your own risk.
Two enemy countries. Two enemy peoples. And the hate and the endless war between them. Well, can this hate overcome the love between two people ? Can this end friendship ? What will this war teach people? Most importantly, what was the reality behind this war? A story full of love, friendship, and the truth hidden behind lies. ~~~~~~~ ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ ~~~~~~~ Author's note: All events in the story are purely fictitious. Similar names, persons or events are just coincidental. No country or people were humiliated in the story. This is covered in detail in the rest of the story. Good reading :)
In a world of bootleggers, mobs, mythical creatures, gods and goddess three dead men are able to escape from the underworld. The king of the underworld, Caym, sends his youngest hound to go find this gang. As the men try to survive in late 20s Ohio they open a speakeasy known as Club Elysium and hire some women to play music for the club. Will the men stay free? Can the hound find them? Will the rest of the speakeasy staff find out about their undead coworkers?