In the heat and dust of the Roman arena, a woman stands alone. The crowd cheers for Leda, the famed gladiatrix. Watching is the man who loved then left her– Marcus Flavius Donatus.
“You will give it to me,” he said “For I’d have to slay any man who’d try to take you from me”
Leda used to be Lelia, beloved daughter of a Roman senator. Exiled from the riches of her birth, she sold herself into gladiatorial slavery. Donatus is determined to right the wrong he did her and reclaim his bride!
Now Leda faces the ultimate choice– independence and the danger of the arena, or an uncertain future with the man she once adored…
If you ever EVER think that Mills and Boon Books are about damsels in distress, you are WRONG. Female Gladiators, misunderstandings and captivating historical references make for a spell binding story.
Love’s not something one simply chooses to do. It’s just there, like the wind. You can no more control it than you could an errant breeze.