The Last Gladiatrix
by Eva Scott
Titus is a Roman Centurion, hardened by years of campaigning. His body is honed and scarred. He has a still, watchfulness about him, a contained quality which makes you want to get under his skin and find out what’s going on. He’s decisive – he knows exactly what he wants and he’s not afraid to take it. After meeting Xanthe, our heroine, he doesn’t question the sexual attraction he feels for her, giving himself over to the lust arcing between them. Yet its not all about the sex.
Captured and enslaved by a Roman legion, Xanthe never expects to end up training for the Coliseum floor, but every night after the day’s march, she is put through her paces by a Roman solider who challenges her, tests her, and excites her.
Titus is drawn to Xanthe, her fire and her spirit, so he breaks one of his rules and brings notice on himself, offering to train her as a gladiatrix to spare her a courtesan’s role. But training her, working with her, soon becomes too much. Titus knows the penalty for taking property that
does not belong to him, but how long can he resist?
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