Damian and Demetrios

Damian and Demetrios

by J.P. Bowie

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Overview

When Damian, a young artist, is commissioned to sculpt the image of Demetrios, Rome's current darling of the arena, he finds himself falling in love with the handsome gladiator. Despite his father's vow to disown him, Damian follows his heart---and when he and Demetrios are caught in the conflagration that threatens to destroy Rome, their love for one another gives them the strength to survive the flames.But their future together looks uncertain when Damian, rounded up along with Christians accused of setting the fire, is separated from Demetrios and forced into a fight to the death in the arena.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013451063
Publisher: MLR Press, LLC
Publication date: 12/01/2011
Series: Slaves to Love , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 372 KB

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Damian and Demetrios 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MaraJ73 More than 1 year ago
4-1/2 Stars Damian and Demetrios is a great entry in the Slaves to Love series but when I saw book 3 followed Lucius and Callistus from book 1, I confess to reading that one and coming back to this installment. As enjoyable and entertaining as Damian and Demetrios' story is, they just did not capture my heart to the same extent as Lucius and Callistus did. I have said it before and I'm sure I'll it again in the future, I am a HUGE history lover and have been fascinated with Ancient Rome since I first watched the 1985 television mini-series A.D. but it's never really been an area I have spent a lot of time studying. Since I have not studied it I cannot say how accurate it is that Demetrios and his fellow gladiators would have that level of freedom to roam about the city but I think it helps to attest where his character is coming from and behaves. Great addition to my Ancient Rome library and it can be read as a standalone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What heated love story You can not stop readong it You read on just becuse you become part of the book as you read Thanks for a great two nights of life in old Rome
Anonymous More than 1 year ago