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Music draws them together...but will a secret tear them apart?

While on his final concert tour, pianist Sinjen Damien encounters the sexy, black-winged Vincent aboard the Eden 5 space colony. Helplessly attracted to the mysterious stranger, he can't help but accept Vincent's dinner invitation for a private command performance. But while Sinjen burns for Vincent's touch, t

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Published 2008 by Amber Quill Press/Amber Allure
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Jay Meo
The premise of this book was great. Two men with wings! A futuristic landscape, one of them a famous pianist, the other some mysterious creature. The blurb captured me, and the cover was also a reason I bought this book. I liked the story, although it felt like it should have been expanded into a novel - because it ends so abruptly I was left looking at the last page in disbelief. Many things were not explained - like the wolves and their connection to the story - and the whole background begged ...more
Elisa Rolle
In a futurist world, centuries ahead than today, Sinjen is a pianist, a man who has made his fortune keeping alive the works of so many composers otherwise forgotten by the world. But even if he loves the music, he is tired of being always in front of the public and so he chooses to retire. On his last performance he meets Vincent, a mysterious man who lures him: Vincent is handsome and cultured, he seems to know so much of the past and Sinjen can't explain the force that draws him.

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Penny Kenny was born and raised in the Thumb of Michigan. By day she works in an elementary library; by night she’s Helen Louise Caroll, creator of fantasy worlds and heroes. Her book reviews appear regularly in Starlog magazine, her comic reviews at http://www.comicsbulletin.com/, and as Acton Bell, her fiction appears at http://www.fictionpress.com/ and other free fiction sites.
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