The Warrior's Bride Prize. Jenni Fletcher
Daughter of a slave...
...wedded to the warrior!
Livia Valeria is furious when she’s ruthlessly gambled away by her intended bridegroom. Luckily, it’s tall, muscled and darkly handsome Roman centurion Marius Varro who wins her as his bride! She must hide her Caledonian roots, but when Marius faces a barbarian rebellion at Hadrian’s Wall, Livia must make a choice: her heritage or the husband she’s falling for...
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JENNI FLETCHER was born in the north of Scotland and now lives in Yorkshire, with her husband and two children. She wanted to be a writer as a child, but got distracted by reading instead, finally getting past her first paragraph thirty years later. She’s had more jobs than she can remember, but has finally found one she loves. She can be contacted on Twitter @JenniAuthor or via her Facebook Author page.
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The Warrior’s Bride Prize
THE WARRIOR’S BRIDE PRIZE
© 2018 Jenni Fletcher
Published in Great Britain 2018
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For Helen & David
Also a big thank-you to RomanArmyTalk.com, as well as the staff at the Roman Army Museum and Chester’s Roman Fort on Hadrian’s Wall for answering my many questions so patiently.