Roman Seduction by Laura Tolomei

eXtasy Books

Historical M/M

ISBN: none assigned

Reviewed by Lisa



Centurion Attilio Metrono Tacitus is on leave after a brutal campaign leaves a sour taste Attilio can’t shake.  He meets Aurelius ‘Pullus’ Arianus, the son of a local merchant and the two strike up a friendship.

Pullus fears getting to know Attilio better because that will lead to heartache when the centurion joins his men and departs Alexandria.  To further complicate the attraction Pullus feels, Attilio seems to prefer women.  Time is running out. Pullus must decide whether to voice his desires or watch the centurion walk away forever.

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.


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