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Sandy Coleman loved God his whole life. The only son of a Baptist minister, he grew up in the church playing the piano and leading worship every Sunday. His musical gifts are undeniable, and the people at Mount Moriah Baptist Church in Syracuse, New York, adore him. However, a chance meeting with Tony Moreno, a handsome, young, legal aid lawyer would change his life forever.
As their forbidden romance unfolds, Sandy's secret life is exposed and he is distraught when he is suddenly and mercilessly forced to leave the church. With virtually no friends and limited support from his family, his world slowly spirals out of control as he is painfull torn between his physical passions and his love for God.
Nothing makes sense to Sandy. Doesn't he deserve to find love and be happy just like everyone else? Sexuality is not a choice, right? Could anything be worse than when the heart desires something that God might not want it to have? More than a love story, Piano in the Dark is a raw and honest look at the unresolved conflict between the church and homosexuality.