Julia, Daughter of Rome by Elizabeth Elson
Approx. 73,690 words.
Published on February 11, 2012.
This is the compelling tale of Julia, only child of the Roman leader Octavian, who inherited his power from the slain Julius Caesar. When Julia’s father discovers her adulterous affair with Marc Anthony’s son, the lovers are forced to make desperate choices that scandalize the Roman elite and change the course of history in the Republic.