A SLAVE TO THESE MEN, THESE ROMANS
Gaius is to inherit his father’s lands and return to Rome, but he is betrayed, labeled a traitor, stripped of his title, inheritance, and sold into slavery as a Gladiator where he is forced to fight to the death in the Coliseum against both man and wild beast. He is dubbed Wolf King in the various battles and his skills on the battlefield has helped keep him alive in the arena. The cost is heavy on his body and soul.
Legatus Marsus is returning to his home just outside of Rome, where he has been away in battles for eight years. He brings with him a group of slaves and has them assigned to various duties. Saxa will remain his pleasure slave, but not one he is willing to share. When his estranged children come for a visit, there will be surprises in store at the last minute.
The story is full of twists and turns, and Saxa is still the little rabbit caught in the middle. Her first master, Gaius, is still her true love who wants to marry her. Her present master Legatus is a jealous and possessive man who guards what belongs to him. How far will her master go to please her? The story is not over, and there will be more to come. The scenes are explicit, full of power play, master/slave relationship, sadomasochism, dubious consent, and some gory details of the battle scenes.