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Tuscan Twilight

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The aging Conte, Luciano, in an autumn glow of romance, takes the stranger, Dakota, as his long-lost lover, whom Luciano had forsaken to take up his traditional role as the head of the family. Dakota quickly begins to act as a catalyst throughout the moldering Italian noble family, already too overly burdened by a quickly disappearing traditional order of society in the vi ...more
Published by Excessica Publishing (first published September 7th 2008)
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A.B. Gayle
At first, I thought this story was the same as "Tuscan Memory" in the anthology Fifty Seventy

The setup in the GR blurb is startlingly similar, but in fact it is a variant on a theme, and both are worth reading for comparison.

In the author's own words: As a writer, I like to recast the same scenario with a different theme or emphasis. With Tuscan Twilight—designed to show with separate chapters how the separate sexual preferences can travel through a coherent story line—I saw that one of these s
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