The Roman Boy

The Roman Boy Sold into slavery to pay his father s debts Anselm Kahler does not expect to see home again Fate brings him to the southern provinces and to the queen of all cities Rome and as he stands ready to b

  • Title: The Roman Boy
  • Author: Cally Sharp
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sold into slavery to pay his father s debts, Anselm Kahler does not expect to see home again Fate brings him to the southern provinces and to the queen of all cities, Rome, and as he stands ready to be purchased he knows all too well that his body is forfeit.When forbidding, darkly handsome patrician Septimus Tuditanus buys Anselm out from under the nose of a rival, AnselSold into slavery to pay his father s debts, Anselm Kahler does not expect to see home again Fate brings him to the southern provinces and to the queen of all cities, Rome, and as he stands ready to be purchased he knows all too well that his body is forfeit.When forbidding, darkly handsome patrician Septimus Tuditanus buys Anselm out from under the nose of a rival, Anselm expects to be made a bed warmer When it doesn t happen, Anselm wonders why and is drawn into an intrigue with at stake than he knows.Anselm proves an unexpected inspiration for Septimus work Sparks fly, but as Septimus refuses again and again to take him to bed, tension mounts and Anselm finds himself in over his head And wondering whether it would be so bad to be a pleasure slave after all.

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    1. I loved this book! I have a thing for period pieces and this did not disappoint! The characters were wonderful and flawed as only humans can be. They needed eachother and didn't even know it. It could have gone a little long er but it was still great.

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