Sword of Rome

Sword of Rome FROM THE SHIFTING SANDS OF EGYPT The Golden Arrow was the most coveted prize of the desert s fierce Bedouin tribes but it was a disgrace for the prince s beautiful sister to claim it by outriding and

  • Title: Sword of Rome
  • Author: Constance O'Banyon
  • ISBN: 9780843958225
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • FROM THE SHIFTING SANDS OF EGYPT The Golden Arrow was the most coveted prize of the desert s fierce Bedouin tribes, but it was a disgrace for the prince s beautiful sister to claim it by outriding and outshooting her male competition When the sheik despaired of finding her a husband, Adhania vowed, I shall show you that I can please a man, and proceeded to inflame alFROM THE SHIFTING SANDS OF EGYPT The Golden Arrow was the most coveted prize of the desert s fierce Bedouin tribes, but it was a disgrace for the prince s beautiful sister to claim it by outriding and outshooting her male competition When the sheik despaired of finding her a husband, Adhania vowed, I shall show you that I can please a man, and proceeded to inflame all viewers by disguising herself as a dancing girl What choice did her brother have but to send her off to Queen Cleopatra for a change of scene and lessons in decorum TO THE TREACHEROUS STREET OF ROME Tribune Marcellus Valerius, Caesar s Master Architect, had witnessed Adhania s sultry display, been intrigued by her daring and entranced by her soft skin and the unforgettable scent of jasmine In the city of his birth, where scandal, intrigue and danger were a way of life, the lovely young Egyptian seemed instantly at home But caught between Caesar and Cleopatra, she soon needed rescuing and to learn that Marcellus knew best of all how to please his woman.

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    About "Constance O'Banyon"

    1. Constance O'Banyon

      Evelyn Gee was born on 1939 in Texas, USA She makes her home in San Antonio with her husband, Jim and their son, Jason.She signed her novels as Constance O Banyon She also wrote as Micah Leigh with Texan writer Emma Merritt Her books range from historical to contemporary and include several novellas Many of her books have been published in trade paperback.Among her many awards, she is the recipient of the 1996 Romantic Times Career Achievement Award There are eight million copies of her books in print.She says I have always loved history, and I loved storytelling it was only natural that I would one day put them both together I must have lived in another life and time, because when I write, I can almost feel I was there My favorite part of writing is the research Whenever possible, I will go to the place I am writing about to walk the land and smell the air facebook Constanceobanyon

    198 thoughts on “Sword of Rome”

    1. Great story. a tad unclear but the love story and strength of both hero n his lady in beyond great. Seriously enjoyed this book lots of other storylines happening very good intertwining of stories Great story. History a tad unclear but the love story and strength of both hero n his lady in beyond great. Seriously enjoyed this book lots of other storylines happening very good intertwining of stories


    2. Constance O'banyon has just never let me down, she is definately one of my favorite historical fiction novelist. I can't wait to read her new novel based in Egypt.Janie


    3. I truly enjoyed this book so much! I did not expect to get so hocked in the book. I finished it in a day, which does not happen often. I truly recommend people to read it!


    4. Sword of Rome was great. I enjoyed the story line of Princess of Egypt and a soldier from Rome. They had a great adventure together.



    5. Another book that I had to force myself to finish. Our heroine, Adhania, is the biggest Mary Sue I've seen in a while. She's THE BEST archer and horse rider ever, as the book starts with her winning the Golden Arrow award. She's THE BEST dancer ever, a skill she uses to um get herself into even more trouble after disguising herself to compete in the Golden Arrow competition, and later to be a "spy" for Cleopatra. (more on that later) All men instantly fall in lust with her. She's very brave and [...]


    6. I read this book through the Kindle Unlimited Program. I finished this book in a day- I couldn't put it down. This is a solid read- well edited, great characters and has a descriptive writing style while not bogging the reader in too many details. The setting was really brought to life. I'm not very familiar with this time period so I cannot comment on the authenticity of the history. This is the second book in the Tausrat series. I believe it can be read as a stand alone novel but reading book [...]



    7. DNFAlthough I enjoyed the first story because of the chemistry and mystery, I just couldn't be bothered to read about Ramtat's sister who just appears a spoilt brat.


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