Overview

On a planet where homosexuality is prohibited, actor Cade Walton has been imprisoned and sleep deprived for participating in a gay pride march. Cade is rescued by Drew Clemmons, a closeted doctor who spirits both to another universe where there is no such persecution. Cade suffers physically from his ordeal, but Drew shows more subtle signs of living in denial.

Long and short-term effects of torture are explored under a domed universe where both men initially revel in their ...

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For God and Country

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Overview

On a planet where homosexuality is prohibited, actor Cade Walton has been imprisoned and sleep deprived for participating in a gay pride march. Cade is rescued by Drew Clemmons, a closeted doctor who spirits both to another universe where there is no such persecution. Cade suffers physically from his ordeal, but Drew shows more subtle signs of living in denial.

Long and short-term effects of torture are explored under a domed universe where both men initially revel in their freedom. Cade gets involved with a nurse, Annie, while Drew falls for Bill, a technician where the refugees landed. But Cade still can’t sleep and Drew can’t fathom the openness of this new society. As the men begin to unravel, Annie and Bill wonder if their partners can cope with their adopted surroundings and the accompanying liberty.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044713482
  • Publisher: Anna Scott Graham
  • Publication date: 7/13/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 89,781
  • File size: 247 KB

Meet the Author

I write because I have no choice. I publish independently because I can.Noveling is a book in itself; several years and many manuscripts led to my first indie release, 2011′s The War On Emily Dickinson. I write about love, mercy, and equality, among other subjects. I'm also a prolific blogger, usually quipping about the work, but sometimes my husband and children, music and houseplants, hummingbirds, sport, a basset hound, and beaches muscle their way into an entry. Well, one beach in particular, The Hook in Capitola, California.A California native, I started taking fiction seriously in November 2006 when my eldest daughter mentioned NaNoWriMo. We lived in the Britain then, moving back to California in the spring of 2007. I spend an inordinate amount of time with my butt in a chair, focusing on stories I want to leave for my grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Right now there’s only a grand-basset to consider, but one of these days, my descendants can peruse all I've sent into cyberspace.In the meantime, you can too. And thanks for supporting an independent author.
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