The life of a courtesan in Pompeii is glamorous yet perilous. At night in the home he bought for her, the house with the golden door, Amara’s dreams are haunted by her past. She longs for her sisterhood of friends—the women at the brothel she was forced to leave behind—and worse, finds herself pursued by the cruel and vindictive man who once owned her. To be truly free, she will need to be as ruthless as he is. Amara knows her existence in Pompeii is subject to Venus, the goddess of love. Yet finding love may prove to be the most dangerous act of all.
Readers of Circe, The Song of Achilles, and other Greek mythology books, as well as fans of inspiring feminist historical fiction books exploring the worlds of Ancient Greece and Rome, will love Harper's acclaimed Wolf Den Trilogy. The trilogy's first book, The Wolf Den, was a Waterstones Fiction Book of the Month and a critically acclaimed UK bestseller.