In Thrall to the Enemy Commander
Publisher: Harlequin Historical
“Singing with atmosphere and with scholarship . . . gives us an enigmatic heroine who fascinates at every turn, and immerses us fully in a world long-gone.” —Romantic Intentions Quarterly
Cleopatra’s slave girl—and an enemy Roman soldier . . .
Egyptian slave Wen-Nefer is wary of all men. But she can’t help but be captivated by handsome Titus, adviser to Julius Caesar, even though he is commanding and intolerant of bold women like her. Their affair is as all-consuming as it is forbidden. But is he a man who will go to any lengths to love her despite their boundaries . . . or a sworn enemy she must never trust?
“The engaging characters, impossible situation, and the power exchange between master and slave will have readers up past their bedtime.” —RT Book Reviews
Available since: 04/01/2018.
Print length: 288 pages.