In a world where the Roman Empire thrived long enough to colonize North America lives a woman possessed of unyielding determination
All Dinah wants is a family.
She was sold as a child and trained in the arts of espionage and assassination by her Roman master. But after years of being a weapon, she finally escaped across the Atlantic Ocean to a new world, hoping to build a more peaceful life. Yet even there Dinah will need all the skills and wit she possesses, for her dreams are about to be shattered by war…
Gerhard is the reluctant chief of a Viking tribe devastated by sickness. An alliance with the Mahican tribes against the Romans seems the way to preserve his people until he encounters Dinah, who comes bearing a sign from the Norse Goddess he worships…
As the world around them crumbles, Dinah and Gerhard must find the strength to bind themselves and their people together and forge a way to peace for all, or be crushed underneath the rubble.
Note: This is a revised and updated edition of a novel originally published as Dinah of Seneca.