Marcus and Plutus met on a summer afternoon on the Florida coast on Marcus' private family beach. Marcus at first thought Plutus was a trespasser and went to go confront him, only to be overcome by the God's charm. The two were a fling and had a summer romance together, spending nearly every day together at Marcus' beach house and in the city. Marcus was head over heels for Plutus, but unfortunately, Plutus only thought of Marcus as an object and once summer was over Plutus up and left Marcus. Not even bothering to say goodbye, and just leaving a note on a napkin.
5 months later Marcus received a package on his doorstep, which was now a small home in upstate New York where he had moved after getting a job at an accounting firm. The package was none other than little baby Haven, a note attached to him that to this day Haven has no idea what it was and his father refuses to speak about it. Marcus adopted little Haven, mostly out of a duty that this was his child but also because he had other plans in store for the child.
From a young age, Haven was raised in the highest society imaginable. His father was horribly wealthy and famous, being an accountant that businesses begged to have and coming from a family of well-known doctors, lawyers, politicians, etc. Haven learned piano at the age of 4, started to study art and philosophy at the age of 8 and by 12 he was a prodigy. His father used Haven as a way to earn more status and reputation and gain wealth and popularity with the people.
Haven resented his father for years after realizing the things his father was doing and how Haven was nothing more than just an object that was a money-making machine for his father. When Haven was 12 he confronted his father about it, getting into a heated argument with his father and it escalated so badly that his father admitted that Haven was nothing more than a machine to Marcus. This crushed Haven and he locked himself in his room for 2 days without eating or drinking. His father tried to talk to him but Haven wouldn't listen, feeling that his father truly didn't care and just wanted his money machine back.
On the other hand, Marcus didn't realize everything he had done to his child. Sure, he knew what he was doing but he didn't realize the impact it had on Haven and their relationship. All the feelings had flooded back to him of when Plutus left, making him realize he was used and unloved and Marcus couldn't believe he inflicted that onto Haven. When Haven finally came out of his room, Marcus sat down with Haven and spoke to him for a good 4 hours so they could work through a lot of things.
Haven was better but still damaged by years of his father's actions and he didn't forgive him then. After one of Haven's piano concerts when he was 13 he met another boy who was a little older than him, and the two started to become friends. Though, things started to escalate when the boy found out that Haven could read Greek and had ADHD, and eventually the boy told Haven that he was a demigod after Haven told him of an event where he moved a stash of his dad's money with only his mind. After he found out he was a demigod, the boy revealed he was a satyr tasked with finding demigods and that he'd have to go to Camp Half-Blood with him. Haven was hesitant and didn't want to go, but after the satyr insisted and met with Haven's dad there was no more discussion after that.
Haven ended up going to Camp Half-Blood for the summer's and going back home for the school year, but he didn't and doesn't like it that much. He feels abandoned at the camp, and the satyr never speaks to Haven anymore and Haven knows he was only being used so the satyr could complete a task. Haven also knows that being at Camp is probably helping someone get something out of it, and so he holds resentment towards the God's because he believes this is basically a boot camp to train Demi-Gods to follow the Gods' wills without question or doubt.
Haven doesn't want to be at camp anymore but knows that it'll keep him and his father safe if he does go. He is hesitant though to always return for the summer's, but there are always incidents during the school year that make him go back. Honestly? He just wants a friend and to feel like he isn't being used by someone or something only to be thrown away, and he doubts he'll find it at camp.