The Gladiator's Goddess

The Gladiator s Goddess Nardine hasn t experienced much luck with her love affairs A slave girl at a ludus or gladiatorial school she is paired with gladiators at her mistress request She discovers she is pregnant by her s

  • Title: The Gladiator's Goddess
  • Author: Amy Hearst
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nardine hasn t experienced much luck with her love affairs A slave girl at a ludus, or gladiatorial school, she is paired with gladiators at her mistress request She discovers she is pregnant by her second lover after he is dead, when he is killed in the arena just like the first one.Her dearest wish is to become a mother, but she doesn t want to give birth as a slave,Nardine hasn t experienced much luck with her love affairs A slave girl at a ludus, or gladiatorial school, she is paired with gladiators at her mistress request She discovers she is pregnant by her second lover after he is dead, when he is killed in the arena just like the first one.Her dearest wish is to become a mother, but she doesn t want to give birth as a slave, where her child would be taken from her.With the help of another gladiator an African named Abedi she finds a way to escape But he is injured in the arena and prevented from accompanying her They work to find a way to be together so Abedi can be a father to her child.

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    1. This book was pretty bad. Gladiators are always exciting, but this book was extremely flat and boring. I didn't feel any connection to any of the characters. In fact, towards the end, the main character is so stupid that you wish she would be whipped or killed. She does so many stupid things and doesn't think about anything before she does it and it affects everyone but she only thinks of herself. The romance was rushed and didn't feel at all real. The dialogue was awkward and didn't flow. The c [...]

    2. Nardine has been a slave ever since her mother sold her at the age of eleven. Her master runs a school for gladiators in ancient Rome known as a ludus. Although she occasionally serves the master and his family whenever they travel to gladiatorial events; Nardine primarily divides her duties between the kitchens and the infirmary as both a cook and a physician's assistant.She had always counseled her friend Celeste to be extremely careful about falling in love with a gladiator, as that sort of r [...]

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