Book summary: Child of the Eagle: A Myth of Rome


On the eve of the conspirators' plan to assassinate Caesar, Marcus Brutus is surprised in his garden by a vision of a woman so exquisitely lovely that he is immediately enchanted by her. She seduces him with ease, then persuades him to save Ceasar's life instead of taking it. She only prevails by showing him visions of what Rome will be like with Caesar dead.

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