Taming the Eagle by Jayne Castel
Her husband has exchanged her for his own freedom. Now the enemy owns her. Betrayal, belonging, and epic love in Ancient Scotland. All Fenella has ever wanted is to choose her path in life, yet men have always determined her fate. The day Roman soldiers fight their way into her husband’s crannog and demand retribution for a bloody attack, she learns how little control she really has over her destiny. To save his own neck, her chieftain husband offers the enraged Roman general his willful wife. Justinian Aquila governs the empire’s wild northern frontier. He’s dedicated his life to serving Rome, but when he takes a fiery Pict woman as his slave, his world shifts. Fenella was made for him—and he’s determined to win her heart. Trapped inside the Roman fort of Ardoch, Fenella plans her escape. She will win her freedom, no matter the cost. Yet, even as the shadow of war falls over Caledonia once more, she fights her growing feelings for Justin. In a world of selfish, cruel men—has she found the only good one? Set in 2nd Century AD, during the Roman occupation of what is now Scotland, TAMING THE EAGLE is a powerful, steamy standalone romance about finding true love in the unlikeliest of places.
Genre: Historical Romance
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages
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