Characters Dimitri Andrei Elizabeth The plot: Oh the wonders of love through out the Victorian era........ Two powerful vampire rival families uniting as one through an arranged marriage.... but the son has a dark secret of being homosexual which is highly forbidden during these times and the family is super powerful. What will the son decide to stick with the arranged marriage or admit his homosexuality? ************ It was midnight, Dimitri was in his room reading a book, the only source of light he had was from some candles burning and the light from the full moon shining. He couldn't sleep because Elizabeth was arriving tomorrow and he couldn't bear the though of an arranged marriage that his parents arranged for him. The thought of an arranged marriage disgusted him to the point where he rather lose everything than be powerful. Dimitri's and Elizabeth's family are the most powerful families in all of New Orleans, but in previous years and centuries before there was always rivalry between them and they we're both tired of fighting. The only way to solve this was by an arranged marriage. Dimitri is twenty-one years of age, quiet at times, outgoing, adventurous, and the oldest son of a very powerful family. However, he has a secret of being homosexual. Whenever his family would host meals or parties Dimitri would politely flirt with the girls but when he had the chance he would flirt and converse privately with the some of the males, especially Andrei whenever he came around. Dimitri was also the mysterious type he would rarely speak his about certain things. For a homosexual he always acted like a gentlemen, treated the ladies with respect, and what any typical Victorian male would do. Furthermore, he was also very creative he would write poetry and music, he was a professional on the piano and violin, and even paint. Some of his favorite hobbies was horseback riding and taking long walks through the cemetery and just write the night away. All of the females wanted him because of his mysterious ways and saw him as romantic, which in truth he was.