Avarice & Charity (Sins of the Virtuous Book 3) represents the sin of greed.
Avarice is a more formal than greed. It suggests a desire to accumulate more and more wealth; and also to hold on to what one has accumulated, hence also suggesting miserliness. It is almost always associated with money and possessions and is not used for food.
Throughout the story we are introduced to a character, Antonio Licciardi, who will stop at nothing to feed his greed, even that means destroying his son Avarice and the charitable, though controversial, character, Charity.
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