To Love Again #: A Novel Paperback – 1 Nov 1993
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"Small creates cover-to-cover passion, a keen sense of history, and suspense."
--Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Legendary for her exotic novels of faraway places teeming with adventure and intrigue, New York Times bestselling author Bertrice Small once again pens an extraordinary tale of passion and history, sweeping readers back to fifth-century Britain and Constantinople, where battles of love and war are fought with equal skill and voracity--and victory is savored with sweetest pleasure. . . .
TO LOVE AGAIN
Beautiful, headstrong, and defiant, Cailin Drusus possesses the pride of her Celtic-born mother, though she has been reared amid her Roman father's wealth and privilege. When Cailin's family is destroyed and their farmland seized, she marries Wulf Ironfist, a Saxon of enormous strength and power--a gentle giant who opens the door to a world of heady sensuality. But her happiness is short-lived. For an unknown enemy drugs her as she labors in childbirth--and she awakens to find herself sold to a slave merchant and transported to Byzantium, not knowing what happened to her child. . . . --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Quintus is indeed greedy and murderous. Cailin survives his villainy only to suffer at the treacherous hands of Antonia. There is plenty of passion as well. From Cailin's initiation into carnal relations with the huge Saxon warrior her grandfather hires, to being trained as a courtesan in Byzantium, to becoming a beloved mistress, there is plenty of discourse on intercourse.
It always fascinates me to find what a melting pot Britain has been over the centuries as one culture after another invades, settles in, begins taking the locals as mates, and assimilates cultures.
"To Love Again" began a little slowly setting the story of Romans in Britain, but by the end of the first chapter, I was hooked heart and soul by what would befall Cailin Drusus next. I can heartily recommend it to any lover of historical romance.