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by Sean Michael, J.S. Cook (Contributor), Carole Cummings (Contributor), Amy Rae Durreson (Contributor), Jamie Fessenden (Contributor), Rhys Ford (Contributor), J Tullos Hennig (Contributor), John Inman (Contributor), Clare London (Contributor), Pearl Love (Contributor), Sean Michael (Contributor), Rick R Reed (Contributor), Andrea Speed (Contributor), Brandon Witt (Contributor), Serena Yates (Contributor)
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Humankind possesses a dual nature, the ability to rise to the brightest heights--or sink to the darkest and most perverse depths. What inspires some to reach the pinnacles of virtue while others cannot resist the temptations of vice? Is it something innate, or a result of destiny and circumstance? Delve into the minds and spirits of saints and sinners alike with a collection of stories that explore the call toward good or evil--and the consequences of answering it. For while rewards certainly await the righteous, there are also pleasures to be found in the darkness. Venture off the expected path with some of the most innovative voices in LGBT speculative fiction as they present their unique takes on the classic vices and virtues. Stories Included: The Dark of the Sun by Amy Rae Durreson The Bank Job by Andrea Speed Prudence for Fools by Sean Michael The Gate by J.S. Cook Heirs to Grace and Infinity by Carole Cummings The Rendering by John Inman Beyond the Temperance Effect by Serena Yates Covetous by Pearl Love Hope by Rick R. Reed Horseboy by J Tullos Hennig Train to Sevmash by Jamie Fessenden Red Light Special by Rhys Ford Traitor by Clare London Couches of Fabric and Snow by Brandon Witt
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