Britannia Romanus Series by Author Jess Steven Hughes
The PeaceKeeper is coming soon!
Just two months before "The PeaceKeeper" will be released at a special book signing
in August 2018.
Romanus Series, Book V
Date: 45-69 AD
Marcellus, a Spanish Centurion in the Roman Army, is unsafely
ensconced in tumultuous and murderous Rome, a city that can claim its victims in an instant and give its chosen ones glory
at a moment's notice. After confronting his nemesis and former commander, Anicius Pedius Gallus, in the boisterous Roman forum,
Marcellus escapes yet another close call with a "Roman ally," and races home to the object of
his desire-Elyene, a feisty, British-Celtic princess. And one that is none too happy about being a royal hostage.
But love counters betrayal in this harsh city, and the two are married against a backdrop of mysterious treacheries
and secrecies. Even as the two start a family and Marcellus advances through the ranks, the evil Gallus seems to lurk in the
shadows around every corner.
As a resident of Rome, Marcellus is no stranger to chaos, but when he's thrust
into the role of commander of the Watch's Seventh Cohort and must lead a ragtag group of men to quell a bloody riot numbering
in the hundreds of thousands, can he do the job? And when a new emperor takes hold of the reins, siding with scoundrels and
slaughterers, can Marcellus save everyone he holds dear or will he be left alone with blood on his hands?
the birth of Christianity to backstabbing in the Senate, to lives of the slave and commoner, to the behind-the-scenes of the
world of the Roman emperors, The Peacekeeper will bring the duplicitous, colorful,
and raw streets of Rome to brilliant life, and will leave you breathless until the final page.
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Britannia Romanus Series Book IV
when shaking hands with a stranger, you'd best count your fingers to see if they are still attached.
Ancient Britannia is wild, unpredictable, and merciless. The dusty streets of Rome are chaotic and dangerous, home to incredible
opulence, deplorable poverty, and a political web that catches anyone who dares to question the empire.
places call to young Roman cavalry sergeant Marcellus Reburrus, who must survive a world of political treachery in which one’s
life can be taken in an instant—by friend or enemy.
After enduring a ravaging storm, Marcellus’s boots hit
the shore of Britannia under the orders of Roman Emperor Claudius only to face deplorable conditions and a commander who would
rather see Marcellus dead than reporting for duty. Despite the circumstances, Marcellus quickly makes a name for himself,
earning awards for bravery, promotion to centurion, and further alienating himself from the evil commander.
return to Rome brings a whole new set of problems, the least of which is dodging assassination attempts, unraveling conspiracies,
and falling in love.
From the underground caves of beggars beneath the city to the magnificent homes of
the Roman elite, Marcellus uncovers an elaborate plot of betrayal, one that can bring down the entire city. Can he find the
conspirators before they find him . . . and destroy everything he holds dear?
This beautifully descriptive novel
brings to life the remarkable worlds of ancient Britannia and Rome—while following the brilliant Marcellus, whose entire
life is turned upside down as he must solve a complex mystery . . . and stay alive amongst backstabbing senators, murderous
traitors, and an extraordinary city whose legacy is both inspiring and duplicitous.
"The Wolf of Britannia, Vol. I and Vol.
Britannia Romanus Series,
Books II and III
When a young Celtic prince, desperate to prove himself to his father, is forced to gather every ounce of strength
and courage to fight an enemy more cunning and powerful than either he or Britain has ever faced, will he be able to save
his family, his sacred homeland, and his imperial legacy−or will his own head be among the next spoils of war?
The Wolf of Britannia,
is a breathtaking historical novel of action and suspense set in the years between 27 and 60 A.D., in the mysterious land
of ancient Britain and the majestic palaces of Rome. In the first millennium's early days, the Romans held power over most
of the world's people through disciplined savagery, yet many citizens fought to break from tyranny. This painstaking researched
tale is one such fight for freedom.
In the wilds of Britain, the soon-to-be legendary Prince Caratacus and his tribe
of warriors are facing down the seemingly unbeatable Roman army.
After winning the southern British
throne, Caratacus leads his people as they strive for freedom from the iron-fisted Roman rule that has nearly obliterated
their culture and lifestyle. As the prince fights alongside his wife, a warrior princess who takes no prisoners, Caratacus
must also outsmart a duplicitous brother determined to take the throne, battle his beautiful, conniving, and lascivious cousin−a queen who wants Caratacus for herself−and keep his people free. Action-paced
and steeped in ancient historical characters, The Wolf of Britannia is the story of one courageous man who must conquer the
entire Roman army or die trying.