For too long, heroes have gotten all the attention. But the glory doesn’t always go the presumed good guys. From super villains and anti-heroes to thieves and monsters, these stories focus on the baddies long overdue for a chance in the spotlight.
When Shadows Touch Mountains by Helena Maeve – Mordred’s attempts to draw his father into a war that will decide the fate of Camelot are further complicated by his sudden fascination with a slave offered to him in payment. Tall and strong, Kirth has slain his father and suffered the heavy yoke of Camelot’s justice. He understands what it is to be unwanted. More importantly, Mordred’s lover and second-in-command Tusandro has taken a liking to him. But Kirth is not the predictable brute he appears and when Tusandro is wounded on the field of battle, it is not Mordred’s talent for feints and manipulation that saves his life.
An anthology edited by Tan-ni Fan.
Available from Less than Three Press.
General Release: 15 June, 2016