The Fall and Rise by David Winter
Approx. 112,270 words.
Published on January 15, 2011 by
Servius had an uneasy feeling deep within, and it wasn’t due to his expected participation in the impending battle of two powerful Roman armies. His wife, Appia, looked forward to a reunion with her hero husband, yet loved her new-found freedom with friends. Gaius, her father, the Magistrate of Milan, mediated bothersome claims against Christians, and dealt with inept traitorous challenges...