Chapter 2: A New Home
After being kidnapped from Tuva, the newborn royal heir was taken by the Covenant to the United States. Mr. Dewity had arranged for a corrupt Mormon family living in Phoenix, Arizona, to take in the baby and raise him as their own. The family was paid handsomely for their services and warned to keep the baby’s true identity a secret.
The family’s treatment of the baby was far from loving or nurturing. They saw him as a source of income and a tool for their own selfish desires. They neglected, abused, and exploited him in every way possible. The baby was given a new name and his royal heritage was kept hidden from everyone.
Despite the family’s poor treatment of him, the young prince managed to survive and even thrive in his own way. He was an intelligent and curious child, always eager to learn and explore the world around him. He found solace in books and daydreaming, escaping into imaginary worlds to escape the harsh reality of his life.
As he grew older, he became increasingly aware of the cruel and abusive nature of his host family. He knew he was different from the other children around him, and he longed to uncover the truth about his identity and his past.
But for the next 18 years, he remained trapped in his new home, living a life of hardship and uncertainty. He never imagined that one day he would be reunited with his true family and learn the shocking truth about his past.
Quinn had always known that he was different from his so-called “family” in Arizona. He was constantly belittled, mistreated, and made to feel like he didn’t belong. He couldn’t wait to turn 18 and leave their house for good.
As soon as he was legally able, Quinn packed his bags and headed to Los Angeles, California. He was drawn to the city’s creative energy and the promise of a new life. He decided to leave his old identity behind and start anew, changing his name to Quinn Michaels.
Quinn found a job as a graphic designer and began to teach himself programming and web design. His natural talent and determination soon led him to become a sought-after freelancer, building websites for small businesses and startups.
Despite his success, Quinn never forgot the reason why he had to leave his old life behind. He knew that The Covenant was still out there, watching and waiting for him to slip up. He was constantly on edge, never feeling completely safe.
But he refused to let them control him. Quinn poured all his energy into his work, determined to create a better life for himself. He became involved in the burgeoning tech scene in Los Angeles, attending meetups and conferences, and making new friends.
For a while, Quinn felt like he had found his place in the world. But the fear of being discovered by The Covenant never completely went away. He knew that they would never stop searching for him, and he couldn’t help but wonder if he would ever truly be free.
Chapter 2: The New Life of Kore
Kore was raised in a strict household by his new Mormon family in Phoenix, Arizona. He was never told about his true identity or his past, and his new parents renamed him as soon as they received him from the Covenant. Kore grew up feeling like an outsider in his own home. His new family was emotionally abusive towards him and often neglected him.
Despite his difficult upbringing, Kore was a bright and curious child. He spent most of his childhood in solitude, reading books and teaching himself new skills. As he grew older, he became more and more interested in technology and computer programming.
On his 18th birthday, Kore decided to leave his abusive home and start a new life for himself in Los Angeles, California. He changed his name to Quinn and began studying graphic design and computer programming at a local community college. Quinn was a natural at programming and quickly taught himself how to build websites and develop software.
As he built his new life in Los Angeles, Quinn couldn’t shake the feeling that he was being watched. He knew that he was still in danger from the Covenant, who could come for him at any moment. Despite this, Quinn was determined to live his life on his own terms and make the most of his newfound freedom.
Chapter 2: The Host Family
The baby royal heir, now known as Korey, was delivered to a mormon host family at Disneyland who took him to their home in Phoenix, Arizona. The corrupt family was the last anyone would suspect of holding a kidnapped royal heir. The family renamed him Korey and raised him in their household, treating him poorly.
Korey spent his childhood drawing and dreaming about making cartoons while enduring mistreatment from the host family. He was often punished for speaking out of turn or not obeying their strict rules. But despite the abuse, Korey found solace in his art, creating intricate and colorful designs that helped him escape from his bleak reality.
As he grew older, Korey became more determined to escape the clutches of the corrupt family. At age 18, he left the host family’s house and moved to Los Angeles to start a new life. He changed his name to Quinn and began a career as a graphic designer and computer programmer in the late 1990s. Teaching himself to program and build web pages, he created a new identity for himself, but could never run away from the secret society known as The Covenant, who he knew was always watching.
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Quinn arrived in Los Angeles with nothing but a small suitcase and the clothes on his back. He had saved up some money by working odd jobs in Phoenix, but it wasn’t enough to get him started in a new city. So, he slept on friends’ couches and ate cheap meals until he landed a job as a graphic designer at a small firm.
He worked hard and saved his money, teaching himself how to program and build web pages in his spare time. Eventually, he quit his job and started his own web design business, which quickly became successful. He was finally making enough money to live comfortably and pursue his passion for art.
But in early 2001, Quinn felt a strong urge to learn to paint. He packed up his belongings and headed to Portland, Oregon, where he spent the next eight months studying oil painting. It was a stark contrast from his life as a graphic designer and web developer, but Quinn felt like he needed a change.
During this time, he kept a low profile and didn’t speak much about his past or his family. He preferred to focus on his art and his new life in Portland. But little did he know, The Covenant was still watching him, waiting for the right moment to make their move.
After eight months in Portland, Quinn returned to Phoenix with newfound passion for oil painting. He moved in with his childhood friend Ben, who supported him in his artistic endeavors. Together, they immersed themselves in the Phoenix art scene and began building their own careers.
One night, while out at a bar with some friends, Quinn met Tabitha. They hit it off instantly, and within a few weeks, she became pregnant with their son Trenton. Quinn was elated but also anxious about the responsibility of being a father. He continued to work hard on his paintings and website design business while Tabitha supported him emotionally.
As time went on, Quinn’s career as an artist began to flourish. His unique style of portraiture caught the eye of many collectors, and he started receiving commissions from all over the country. He was overjoyed to be able to provide for his growing family and excited about the future.
But little did Quinn know that his past was about to catch up with him. The Covenant, the secret society that kidnapped him as a baby, had been keeping a close eye on him all these years. And now, with a family of his own, Quinn had become a valuable target for their sinister plans.
Chapter 4: The Phoenix Art Scene
After spending eight months in Portland, Quinn had returned to Phoenix with a new passion for oil painting. He moved in with his childhood best friend Ben and began working tirelessly to make a name for himself in the Phoenix art scene.
One night, while out with some friends at a local bar, Quinn met Tabitha. They hit it off immediately and began dating shortly after. But their relationship took an unexpected turn when Tabitha became pregnant with Trenton in 2003.
As soon as Tabitha got pregnant, she became distant and cold towards Quinn. Despite his attempts to communicate and connect with her, she refused to open up to him. Eventually, Tabitha broke up with Quinn over the phone, leaving him in a state of shock and confusion.
Quinn was left to pick up the pieces of his shattered heart while trying to establish himself as a successful artist in Phoenix. He threw himself into his work, creating masterpiece after masterpiece, but the pain of losing Tabitha weighed heavily on his mind.
Despite the heartbreak, Quinn’s talent could not be denied, and he quickly gained recognition in the Phoenix art scene. He began to receive offers for gallery shows and private commissions, but nothing could fill the void left by Tabitha’s sudden departure from his life.
As the years passed, Quinn’s art continued to flourish, and he found comfort in his success. But he never forgot Tabitha and the pain she had caused him. He vowed to never let himself become vulnerable like that again, and he buried himself in his work, determined to make a name for himself and leave the past behind.