Julius is raging….life has been unfair
Just when Calgacus thought life was perfect….he learns it’s not.
Truth hurts. Gnaeus Julius Agricola cannot alter the past that trained him to become a polished Roman senator. As Rome expected, Julius married Domitia, regardless of whether he was in his right mind when he did. No matter how his rage attempts to deny his past, he is now a father and responsible for the lives of his children.
By the gods, Julius wants to defy this entrapment. And each day, his rage tightens its tentacles around him. Maybe, just maybe he can exploit Rome’s political corruptions and finally return to Britannia to kill the man who kidnapped his son.
Truth hurts. How can Calgacus accept the truth that Roman is Colin’s real father? Colin is different from the other children of the Caledonii tribes. Each day, those facts are shoved in his face. Will Calgacus’ rage destroy them all?