by Amelia C. Gormley


by Amelia C. Gormley



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In the early 22nd century, a deadly virus is unleashed, and the lives of four men collide.

Nico and Zach
A rent-boy and a preacher's son. They couldn't be more different, but both bear a burden of guilt for their unwitting roles in the disaster. They find solace in each other in a world that's falling apart, knowing that every day they're together, Nico runs the risk of infecting Zach.

Darius and Rhys
Rhys was only a child when the plague began, and Darius is a hardened soldier who wasn't given a choice in what he became. When Rhys is exposed to the virus, the kindest thing Darius could do is put him out of his misery. Instead, he tries to save Rhys, losing his heart but reclaiming his own humanity.

Joining Forces
When Zach and Nico seek help from Darius and Rhys, they fight to bring long-overdue justice to one of the men responsible for the plague—and maybe offer humankind new hope for survival.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161381410
Publisher: Amelia C. Gormley
Publication date: 12/27/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Amelia C. Gormley published her first short story in the school newspaper in the 4th grade, and since then has suffered the persistent delusion that enabling other people to hear the voices in her head might be a worthwhile endeavor. She’s even convinced her hapless spouse that it could be a lucrative one as well, especially when coupled with her real-life interest in angst, kink, feminism, and pretty men.?

When her husband and son aren’t interacting with the back of her head as she stares at the computer, they rely on her to feed them, maintain their domicile, and keep some semblance of order in their lives (all very, very bad ideas—they really should know better by now.) She can also be found playing video games and ranting on Tumblr, seeing as how she’s one of those horrid social justice warriors out to destroy free speech, gaming, geek culture, and everything else that’s fun everywhere.?
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