IN BED WITH THE ROMANS

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In Bed With The Romans

Author : Paul Chrystal
ISBN : 9781445643526
Genre : History
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An entertaining and intriguing account of sex in Rome and the exploits of some of Rome’s celebrated exponents of sexual permissiveness and perversion
Category: History

In Bed With The Ancient Greeks

Author : Paul Chrystal
ISBN : 9781445654133
Genre : History
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From the Spartans to Alexander the Great, Paul Chrystal brings the murky world of sex with the Ancient Greeks to life.
Category: History

In Bed With The Ancient Egyptians

Author : Charlotte Booth
ISBN : 9781445643519
Genre : History
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A fascinating history of sex in ancient Egyptian society, from homosexual pharaohs to beauty regimes and aphrodisiacs
Category: History

Heartbreaker

Author : Diana Palmer
ISBN : 9781460379158
Genre : Fiction
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STONE-COLD COWBOY Wealthy Texas cattle rancher J. B. Hammock was proud of his reputation as a heartbreaker. He treated his women well, but they all knew they would never have a permanent status in his life—all but one. Innocent Tellie Maddox had been just a girl when she'd been orphaned and had come to live with his family. She was fiercely devoted to J.B., but when that devotion turned into something passionate between them, J.B. knew he had to break yet another heart. Tellie hated him for that—until she lost her memory in an accident. Now all she remembered was the closeness she and J.B. once shared. He didn't want to hurt her all over again, but it quickly became clear that there was too much fire between him and Tellie for them to ever just be friends. And the deeper their feelings grew, the more J.B. feared the inevitable return of Tellie's memory…. BONUS BOOK INCLUDED IN THIS VOLUME! In Bed with the Wrangler by USA TODAY bestselling author Barbara Dunlop Amber Hutton knew falling into wrangler Royce Ryder's bed would only be asking for trouble. Though with just one touch from the wealthy playboy, she knew trouble had already found her.
Category: Fiction

Emperors Don T Die In Bed

Author : Fik Meijer
ISBN : 0415312019
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A lively general introduction to the Roman Emperors, from Julius Ceasar (44BC) to Romulus Augustulus (476 AD), the last western Emperor. Focusses on their unusual deaths, and what their final days can tell us about their lives.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone New Directions Bibelot

Author : Tennessee Williams
ISBN : 9780811220460
Genre : Drama
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Tennessee Williams's first novel The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone is vintage Tennessee Williams. Published in 1950, his first novel was acclaimed by Gore Vidal as "splendidly written, precise, short, complete, and fine." It is the story of a wealthy, fiftyish American widow recently a famous stage beauty, but now "drifting." The novel opens soon after her husband's death and her retirement from the theatre, as Mrs. Stone tries to adjust to her aimless new life in Rome. She is adjusting, too, to aging. ("The knowledge that her beauty was lost had come upon her recently and it was still occasionally forgotten.") With poignant wit and his own particular brand of relish, Williams charts her drift into an affair with a cruel young gigolo: "As compelling, as fascinating, and as technically skillful as his play" (Publishers Weekly).
Category: Drama

The Fall Of The Roman Empire

Author : Peter Heather
ISBN : 9780195325416
Genre : History
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Shows how Europe's barbarians, strengthened by centuries of contact with Rome on many levels, turned into an enemy capable of overturning and dismantling the mighty Empire.
Category: History