Gaius and Tiberius

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Gaius and Achilles
Series: Gaius and Tiberius. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 82,120. Language: British English. Published: September 26, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Classical Greece & Rome, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
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During the time of the Late Roman Republic, Achilles Aristides, a young aristocrat from Paphos, finds his life thrown into confusion when he is captured by pirates, separated from his lover Hippothous and becomes the slave of decadent Roman poet Gaius Manlius Torquatus.
Dancing Phaedra
Series: Gaius and Tiberius. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 41,820. Language: British English. Published: September 22, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Ancient, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
A young slave whore in a Roman brothel, Antyllus' prospects seem bleak. Only a sense of his destiny keeps him from despair. A gifted and inspired dancer, Antyllus dreams of stardom. Sent to a rich man's party as part of the entertainment, Antyllus' gift is spotted by Gabinius a wealthy Senator. Struggling to leave his past behind, Antyllus must contend with a new master and new life as a dancer.
Meeting Tiberius and Other Roman Tales
Series: Gaius and Tiberius. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 20,420. Language: British English. Published: January 29, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Classical Greece & Rome, Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Gay
Tales drawn from the universe of Gaius and Achilles and Dancing Phaedra. Set in the tumultuous final decades of the Roman Republic, the stories centre on the amorous lives of a group of friends and lovers living on the fringes of Rome's creative demi monde . NB Other than the first story, they contain 'spoilers' for the earlier published works.
The Education of Gaius
Series: Gaius and Tiberius. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 14,140. Language: British English. Published: February 2, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Gay Erotica, Fiction » Historical » Ancient
Roman aristocrat, Gaius Manlius Torquatus is enjoying life as a poet and socialite with some of the most brilliant and sophisticated men and women of the Late Roman Republic. An unusually gentle man in that violent age, Gaius is tormented by the suspicion that his desires make him a monster of cruelty and depravity. Can Gaius' lover convince him that there are men who'd love to be his victim?