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Mark of the Gladiator by Heidi Belleau


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Also by Heidi Belleau:

Knit, Purl, a Baby and a Girl, April 2021
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Knit, Purl, a Baby and a Girl, April 2021
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Mark of the Gladiator, December 2012
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Mark of the Gladiator, December 2012
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Mark of the Gladiator
Heidi Belleau, Violetta Vane

Riptide Publishing
December 2012
On Sale: December 3, 2012
Featuring: Lucius Marianus; Anazar
236 pages
ISBN: 1937551601
EAN: 9781937551605
Kindle: B00ADAWXMA
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LGBTQ Romance

After an inconvenient display of mercy in the arena, the gladiator Anazâr is pulled from the sands and contracted to nobleman Lucius Marianus to train his new stable of female gladiators. His charges are demoralized and untested, and they bear the marks of abuse. Anazâr has a scant two months to prepare them for the arena, and his new master demands perfection.

Anazâr is surprised by how eager he is to achieve it—far more eager than a man motivated only by self-preservation. Perhaps it’s because Marianus is truly remarkable: handsome, dignified, honorable, and seemingly as attracted to Anazâr as Anazâr is to him.

But a rivalry between Marianus and his brother sparks a murder conspiracy, with Anazâr and his gladiatrices caught in the middle. One brother might offer salvation . . . but which? And in a world where life is worth less than the pleasures of the crowd or the whims of a master, can there be any room for love? As a gladiator, Anazâr's defenses are near impenetrable. But as a man, he learns to his cost that no armor or shield can truly protect his heart.


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