5 stories of male lovers throughout the history of Silvery Earth. Collection of the vellas The Death of Queen Amazonia (1300s), Saif's Legacy (1600s) and Allan de Sayek (1700s) and the short story The Lords of War (from Tales of the Southern Kingdoms vol.2 - 1500s). New story: The Young King, the first of More Tales of the Southern Kingdoms (1400s) The Death of Queen Amazonia Being a man in the Queendom of Maadre is tough, especially with the founding Queen, Amazonia. When Smeraldo is called to the Queen's bed, he doesn't expect the cruelty awaiting him. Only a foreign merchant can help him to recover from the shock. But Amazonia, who is almost two-hundred years old, is relentless. The young king A mighty warrior kills his own general to save the gorgeous young king, and then struggles to keep control over his emotions. The Lords of War Foreign men, foreign culture; the continued destruction of Akkora. Not a love story. Saif's legacy The southern kingdoms are more, but the Assassins' Guild is still there - horable men who would never hurt women or children. Saif has been living as a woodcutter for fifteen years, but on his deathbed he calls for his former apprentice, Kilig. Saif's legacy - his son Hakeem - will avenge him, and possibly mend Kilig's broken heart. Allan de Sayek A forbidden love. A marriage of interest. A second chance. An endless love only death can end.