Crossroads at Isca

Roman Britain in 2AD.
Poet and musician, Faine, is attracted to the young Roman tribune, Titus Antoninus, and fights her attraction for him.
Marella, her cousin, wants to dance. She is determined to use Tribune Lucius Acilius to further her ambitions.
But Faine and Marella have to overcome the plans of Ceomin, their uncle, who plots to use his nieces to further his own ambitions.
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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 72,380
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781452306063
About Laurel Lamperd

I write poetry, short stories and novels. My books are published in print and download.
I live on the south coast of Western Australia in a small seaside town. Some of my interests are history,watching the ballet, reading and gardening, not necessarily in that order.

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Patricia Buck reviewed on Feb. 3, 2010
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This is great story telling and packed with detail. I find some of it a little wordy but the details are rich and the characters live and have their own voices. Thanks Laurel . . . now, which of your works shall I enjoy next . . . ?
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