Sword of Rome

Sword of Rome

by Constance O'Banyon
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In 47 BC Lord Ramtat, leader of the nomadic western desert tribes sends his adult sister Adhania to the court of Queen Cleopatra so that she can be properly trained as a lady. Also at the ruler¿s castle is Marcellus, who fell in love with her when they met during a warrior¿s games in the desert.-------------- The Queen pays Marcellus the Roman VIP a high honor when she assigns Adhania to live amidst Marcellus¿ household. He vows to keep his newcomer safe, but wonders how he will keep her from him as his desire for his guest remains obsessive. However, he may dream of Adhania being at his side forever butMarcellus knows the law does not allow them to marry. Although he struggles with his attraction, he does not neglect his duty he has learned that someone has planned a devious scheme to kill Julius Caesar his vows to uncover the identity of the wannabe assassin leader.---------------- The sequel to the exhilarating ancient Egypt romance LORD OF THE NILE stars the sister of the hero of the first story. The sense of time and place through interwoven tidbits lead readers to believe they are in BC in the desert and in Cairo. Adhania and Marcellus are star-crossed lovers, who pray they can find away to become a couple, but besides the legal taboo the assassination scheme to kill Caesar must be prevented or all hell will break loose. Constance O¿Banyon provides a strong historical romance that transports the audience to the time of Cleopatra and Caesar.------------ Harriet Klausner