Book: Pledge of the Winter Wolf (Potentate Chronicles Book 1) by S.M. Gilbertcategories: Book, Future Society, LGBT Romance, Hard Science, Christian Romance, Political Drama, Speculative Fiction
S.M. Gilbertabout this book: "Christian Romance" meets Totalitarian Politics in the year 2242.
Inspired by the fever dreams of a comatose mental patient crawling back to an understanding of reality, a harder science look at a future "Us."
This a book about Adults, for adults. I wrote it to be approachable and explain itself using the Titular Character. The Winter Wolf is a man, who knows not these people and through his eyes the reader gets no small amount of education about the strange land he has come to.
A tale researched heavily for as much grounding in reality without getting bogged down in the trivial or the technobabble.
A wide and diverse cast to showcase the humanity of the people and the angles the story is told from. With a positive spin and the intent to uplift the content and the reader.
The front cover is the very nature of the work itself. The Winter Wolf, having reached the place known as the Garden of the Heart of the High Consul. He has found a place to dwell where he is loved.
There are other romances, and configurations of romance, threaded together in their lives. This is not just a heterosexual boy meets girl story. I don't mean it to pander but as advisory. There are gays, lesbians, a low key love triangle, bi-sexual, and the like within the text. There are the various colors of people as well, thus it is not implicitly white washed.
The beginning of an Epic Saga. With wheels within wheels. Positive Romance. Good people. Trials. Tribulations. And the question for the Potentate if she is strong enough to survive that which defeated the generation which came before her. Problems without ready answers. A future without a set path. And a life to live. Join Miss Bachman and those of her world for the beginning of the next arc of their future history.
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