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Quod Tam Sitio (2006)

by A. M. Riley

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George is an anglican priest, Father George to be exact. He is 33 yd, blonde like an angel and with the soul of a child. He likes sacred music, but also modern musical, and he has an offical church chorus, but also a totally gay chorus, since Father George is also gay. But even if in his mission, he is savior and clever, when he comes to love he is like a 14 yd girl to her first crush. He day-dreams of dangerous man with handsome feature. And his last obsession is the young guy who sets on a bench in the park in front of the chapel while he is directing the chorus.

Dominick is an 800 yd vampire. He is a real and deadly vampire, he kills when he eats and he does that without regret. But he is irrimediably drawn to the sacred music he listen from the park in front of the chapel and he is also drawn by the fair priest. Cause Dominick is a former monk, born to sing and worship God, and dead with the curse to not be never again able to speak the sacred words.

George is a very complex character: apparently he is all good manners and open and clear soul, but he has hidden shades he will unveal loveing Dominick. George is not the square good boy and fortunately A.M. Riley has not decipted him like a too perfect character, cause it would cause him to be less nice. Instead I find him intriguing, and tender at time, but also appealing.

Dominick is an 'old style' vampire, beautiful outside, but deadly inside. Reading him I had clearly in mind some scenes from the movie 'Interview with the Vampire'. Dominick is not an heroic character, he will not choose to redeem himself cause he is repentant for his past, but cause he is falling in love for George: he is less noble for this reason? I don't think so.

Quod Tam Sitio is a story with a bit of horror taste, but I like that it didn't indulge in the macabre, and that, in the end, the resolution of all is more simple than what you would expect.

Very good reading, another perfect story by an author who, till now, has given me very good stories.

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  elisa.rolle | Mar 14, 2008 |
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George is an Anglican priest who loves music and the church. His life is very fulfilling; now if only he could find someone to share it with. However, options are limited for a gay priest, as he can't exactly go trolling through the clubs.

Fate steps in when the lovely Dominick is drawn to the church by the lovely sounds of the gay men's choir singing. George is their director and he is delighted to find out that the beautiful Dominick has a stunning voice. George immediately falls for the young man, but Dominick has a secret that may destroy them both. 
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