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The Knife of Narcissus Part 3

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Lucius Sentius had always assumed the debauched and corrupt days of Nero were over. He was wrong. Being celibate and sober may be good for the reputation, but it’s a dead-end path for an ambitious Roman looking to rise to wealth and power in the city.


His friendship with the man he loves has been broken by the flare of passion between them, his wife has a better command of
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ebook, 80 pages
Published September 8th 2014 by dik-dik books
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Optimist ♰King's Wench♰
3.5 Star Building Block Episode, Folks.
I don't know why I'm calling them episodes. Just humor me.

If you've not read the first two it's probably a good idea to step away now.

Lucius is fumbling throughout this episode, trying to figure out what prompted Trio to bolt and coming up with very few answers. After they did the deed (and during) in II some warning signals went off that something was amiss. I had a feeling that Lucius seems to realize as well during this episode, and let's just say wha
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Aug 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
Lucius is still pining for Trio but to make things worse he has now high-tailed it out of Rome and is in Polontis on business. Is he running away from Lucius? Who knows, but I could feel the heartache and disappointment in Lucius, however for Lucius the daily business still has to go on. Aulus, Velleia’s elder brother, pays Lucius a visit and asks him to transport a cargo from Alexandria to Rome, but won’t say what. If you ask me it all sounds extremely suspicious and I hope that Lucius doesn’t ...more
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