Ravishing Romans, Saucy Sailors And Virile Victorians [NOOK Book]

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Seven hot historical stories worth $20.93 in one SUPER SAVER collection! All previously published as individual $2.99 ebooks.
Here are alpha men from Roman gladiators to Regency naval officers, rough-hewn sailors and a splendidly wicked Victorian Duke. Times may change but human passions never do… This is an adults-only collection of heart-stopping horny encounters!
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Overview

Seven hot historical stories worth $20.93 in one SUPER SAVER collection! All previously published as individual $2.99 ebooks.
Here are alpha men from Roman gladiators to Regency naval officers, rough-hewn sailors and a splendidly wicked Victorian Duke. Times may change but human passions never do… This is an adults-only collection of heart-stopping horny encounters!
--Excerpt--
Voices roused her and she lifted her head, blearily blinking as four figures entered the atrium. Tiberius – and another man, flanked by two bodyguards.
A slave. A tall, young man with the body of a god and the arrogance of a fighter. A gladiator. He wore a belt and a loincloth, and a short sword hung at his side. He stood barefoot and held his plumed helmet under one thick arm. The other arm supported a long shield. The bodyguards stood one pace behind him. The slender young men were nothing except show – the gladiator had no need of protection. They were barely out of boyhood, and possibly cousins with similar rosebud lips and deep chestnut hair. Metella dismissed them from her mind, and studied the gladiator.
Tiberius seemed shrunken beside him. "My love, this is Quintus," he croaked, and Metella raised her hand to her mouth. It really was the gladiator from the arena the day before. She studied Tiberius's face, desperate to know if this meant what she hoped it meant.
Tiberius took one step back, and waved at a house slave in a corner, urging him to bring wine. Metella's eyebrows shot up. Serving wine to this man? He was a slave. She'd been brought up with a very strong sense of the social order of things. This gladiator wasn't even a freed man. He had a place, and it was standing behind Tiberius, not a pace in front of him, like now.
Quintus stood with an ease about him that made her feel unsure. This was her villa and her atrium, and he stood there as if he belonged! She was piqued. She didn't know quite what Tiberius had in mind but she did at least know how to treat the gladiator. Disdainfully, she looked him up and down for a few seconds, then said, "tell me, slave, where do you hail from?"
"I am a Samnite, madam," he replied with no trace of any accent. He was swarthy, with wavy black hair and a sheen on his olive skin. "Campania. Not too far away."
He accepted a goblet of wine and Metella drew in a shocked breath as he gulped it down with three spasms of his wide neck. He replaced the empty goblet on the tray and smiled, looking directly at her with a boldness that not even Tiberius had ever managed – and it would have been his right as a husband.
Metella's mouth went dry. "I. Uh. See." She looked across at Tiberius for help but he had backed away, and lingered in a darkened doorway, bent and worried. He nodded at her, and stepped backwards, disappearing into the shadow. Metella looked back at Quintus, who hadn't moved. His bodyguards had inched back and were now either side of the door, like sentinels.
She decided she needed to inspect him. Being left virtually alone with him confirmed her suspicions at last – Tiberius had given her this man as a gift, and he was to perform the offices of a man that Tiberius himself could not.
Did Quintus know this?
Judging from the way the gladiator swept his brash gaze over her body, lingering on the broad curve of her hips, he did.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148493297
  • Publisher: Gia Vanna
  • Publication date: 7/21/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 216,334
  • File size: 552 KB

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I'm just a small town woman in rural England who fell into the porn business by accident. An admin role led to modelling and I found I had a talent for films! But that life can't last for ever and now I use my experience to bring you female-focussed erotica. You can connect with me on my blog, or email me on gia.. If you like my work, tell your friends. If you don't like it, do please tell me why.
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