Some may call this witchcraft others Satan's work. The devil always lies in the detail. Suffice it to say there are no saints in this story.
A Chameleon blends with the surroundings others might dare to tempt fate.
The regiment's motto comes to mind; who dares wins.
I plus 1 makes 3 and there hangs this tale. You can turn a page it is that simple though never a new leaf.
This saga moves into the Norman era.
French is the first language as the sons of the Conqueror struggle to build their power bases. Duke Robert's younger brothers do not take no for an answer.
Deva enters the bear pit as a starry eyed blond beauty. A woman uses what she has is this brave new man’s world.
Her brothers are also courtiers and there hangs this tale.
This continues the City of the Legions saga into Volume 3 the new conquerors.
Norman kings were never saints and the women of this story do not always behave like ladies.
Prepare to become a little shocked I tell it as it was not how you think it was.
A sequel to City of the legions; the Founding fathers.
This is another warts and all story of ambition and desire as our Brittonic brethren strive for assimilation with their new masters. No one invented saints in the first century Ad.
There is a hint of something shocking when Aurelia bends the rules, though a little suffering is good for the soul the Gods decree it.
City of the Legions is a salacious warts and all saga of victor and vanquished in the European theater of experience.
I use The Roman camp of Castra Deva as a linchpin for a story of ambition, desire, and determination.
Mistress Deva is never a saint. Her country is being overrun. She will use beauty and skill to assimilate into this new world order.
Published: October 27, 2011.
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Imagine an airfield as American C47s fly in to move soldiers to stem a Japanese attack. Eight nurses, lost during the debacle, fly out with the troops.
Each experiences life in its deadly facets.Few expected to come out of the jungle alive and for many they are right.