Book two in The Seven Deadly Sins Collection of Anthologies
The seven deadly sins: lust, wrath, greed, gluttony, envy, pride and sloth.
The Sins of Autumn weaves a general thread of revelation loosely tying these tales together. Wrath, gluttony and pride are explored in these hot m/m tales involving action, burning hot sex and out-of-this-world adventures that will leave you hoping for cooler weather—soon!
'Hail Storm' by D.J.Manly
D.J. Manly tackles the sin of wrath in ‘Hail Storm’.
Chance and his buddies adore the band Hail Storm so much they form a tribute band in their honour—never knowing that Chance has a bigger connection to the lead singer of the group than he is aware of. At a fan reunion for the band, Chance finally meets the members of Hail Storm, and a secret related to Chance’s health years before is revealed.
Whisked into the world of rock ‘n roll, Chance will become torn between Hail, the brother he never knew, and the enigmatic Storm, to whom he is gradually losing his heart. Can he risk his brother’s wrath and confess the torrid affair he is having with the man Hail loves, or will Chance abandon Storm in order to keep his brother’s love?
'Full' by A.J.Llewellyn
A.J. Llewellyn explores the sin of gluttony in ‘Full’.
Barney Calloway is a super-successful voice over actor in Hollywood. He is, however, extremely overweight. He has struggled with his weight his whole life. Things come to a head when he demolishes half his sister’s birthday cake before she can even set eyes on it.
Leaving her house after her party is over, he finds a business card tucked under his windshield wiper saying one word.
On the reverse side of the card is a toll-free number, which, out of curiosity he calls. A woman’s voice tells him his order has been processed. Order? What order? He goes home and falls asleep, waking in the morning to find he’s lost a hundred and three pounds. He’s gone from being a lard ass to a hot ass and nothing will be the same again...unbelievably, the changes aren’t necessarily for the better. His family members all react weirdly and an old love, Diego, really struggles with the new Barney. Will Barney ever have the life and the love he craves? And will he ever really feel...full?
'Autumn Quest' by Serena Yates
In ‘Autumn Quest’, Serena Yates tackles the sin of pride.
The parchment thief has been stealing books and scrolls all over Naiman, but when he manages to enter the Royal Library, the Khan’s patience runs out. He decides it is time for a change of tactics and puts his youngest son, Bayar, in charge of solving the mystery of the thief’s identity. Bayar is as surprised about this as about the fact he is going to have a guardian—the ruggedly attractive Chinux.
Chinux is a bounty hunter of some renown and very much his own man. He relishes the challenge of finding the parchment thief and bringing him to justice, even if he has to ‘babysit’ the youngest prince in the process. When Bayar and Chinux discover the thief’s identity, they are shocked.
Will the quest to find and bring him to justice tear them apart or bring them closer together?
|Number of pages||215|
|eReaders Supported||All current eReaders|
|Send direct to Kindle?||Yes|
|Cover art by||Posh Gosh|
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Customer ReviewsReview From MM Good Book ReviewsReviewed by ArtemisThe first book of this anthology really grabbed me right from the start...The message that the author portrays here is a powerful one...a nice bit of adventure, intrigue, and passion all wrapped up in this story...Read the full review atJune 2012Review From Rainbow Book ReviewsReviewed by Lena'Sins of Autumn' is an eclectic mix of stories illustrating the sins of wrath, gluttony, and pride. All three stories hold their own quite well, but there is a special magic which takes place when the talents of D.J. Manly, A.J. Llewellyn, and Serena Yates come together in one place. I highly recommend reading this anthology and experiencing that magic for yourself.Read the full review atNovember 2011
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