Barbarian Prize

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Random House, Mar 30, 2010 - Fiction - 272 pages
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After a failed uprising in Brittania, Sirona, a princess of the Iceni, and her lover, Taranis, are taken to Pompeii and sold as slaves. White Taranis is used to satisfy the demands of a rich Roman lady, Sirona is confined to the home of a lecherous senator until his stepson, General Lucius Flavius rescues her.
After the lovers are briefly united their situation takes a turn for the worst. Sirona finds herself in the clutches of the erotic cult of Dionysis and Taranis must fight for his life as a gladiator in the arena. Meanwhile, beneath Mount Versuvius, there are forces gathering that even the power of the Romans cannot control.

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About the author (2010)

Deanna Ashford is the pseudonym of an author of historical, romantic and erotic fiction.

She is the author of Barbarian Prize, Doctor's Orders, Templar Prize and Wild Kingdom, all available from Black Lace

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