HEAT : 4 flames
Alexandria, Egypt, hot sun melts the senses and rushes blood in heated passion, the same unquenchable desire Aurelius feels for Attilio. Before Brighit and Celtic England, Aurelius is sure his destiny is the blond Roman soldier… or is he?
First century AD, Egypt , sun, heat, passion and the army…can these ingredients shape the destiny of two Roman soldiers? Don’t miss the sensually hot prequel to Trespassing All Hallows Eve!
Alexandria, Egypt, hot sun melts the senses and rushes blood in heated LUST, the same unquenchable desire Aurelius feels for Attilio, a Roman soldier recruiting for the army. Aurelius, the son of a wealthy tradesman, isn’t really interested, but attraction for the handsome soldier will make him pursue an acquaintance that will turn out more significant than he would have believed at first.
"This is not a book for the faint of heart. There is a lot of lust in this short, but hot, tale. There is nothing but m/m and m/m/m. Read if you dare!" RRU rated it 5 Stars
"I hated to see Roman Seduction end, partly because I love that time period and because I wanted to discover what Aurelius’ choice would be. I also want to see if they can succeed in a relationship. I plan to read the sequel, Trespassing All Hallow's Eve." TTL rated it 4 Lips
"Ms. Tolomei has written a beautiful and emotional story. In Roman Seduction, we see Aurelius fight his lust and growing love for Attilio, a man who has declared sex for him does not include any emotional attachment. The fear of
rejection we see throughout this tale is realistic, sometimes heart rendering, and yet at the same time shows us the courage it must take for this man to spend time with Attilio knowing that more than likely the feelings will never be mutual. A spectacular read for any fan of GBLT as well as a fan of romance in general!" CTR rated it 5 cups
"Laura Tolomei has created an intriguing scenario with Attilio and Aurelius. Attilio is a strong, macho
character yet he is also full of wisdom and knows his own mind. I really felt for him when we learned about his past. He’s a very honest character, but he remains true to the time in which the story is set. Aurelius is his opposite, attracted to men but not entirely open about it. Attilio teaches him to let go of his fear and disgust of women and to be open about his wants. Roman Seduction is a interesting read with good period detail and two fascinating characters." FAR rated it 4 Angels
"Take a step back in time with Roman Seduction where mixed signals can mean the difference between heartache and joy. Attilio is a likeable hero but unfortunately Pullus comes off as somewhat whiny at times. Roman Seduction is just that, an old fashioned sexy seduction with a hot little surprise twist or two at the end." Joyfully Reviewed