The Heirs of Fortune

The Heirs of Fortune Six months after the events of Soldier of Raetia the th is invited on campaign with Rome s most famous general Drusus Germanicus the stepson of Augustus who will stop at nothing to subjugate the n

  • Title: The Heirs of Fortune
  • Author: Heather Domin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 449
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Six months after the events of Soldier of Raetia, the 24th is invited on campaign with Rome s most famous general Drusus Germanicus, the stepson of Augustus who will stop at nothing to subjugate the north Dardanus and Valerian, after spending the winter isolated from the outside world, now find themselves facing the realities of their relationship while Valerian triesSix months after the events of Soldier of Raetia, the 24th is invited on campaign with Rome s most famous general Drusus Germanicus, the stepson of Augustus who will stop at nothing to subjugate the north Dardanus and Valerian, after spending the winter isolated from the outside world, now find themselves facing the realities of their relationship while Valerian tries to reconcile public duty and personal feelings, Dardanus struggles with his multiple roles and his admiration for two very different leaders Drusus ambition will call everything they have chosen into question, until both begin to wonder if love is worth the risk, and what price they will have to pay.

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    1 thought on “The Heirs of Fortune”

    1. I was excited to read this continuation of Dardanus's and Valerian's adventures. Well written novel of the further maturing of a young man fighting with the legions in Germania under Drusus Germanicus. I liked the personal story between Valerian and Dardanus--their differences over the ambitious Drusus. These and other attitude differences bring them to an impasse. How will they repair their tattered relationship? The author brought in Dardanus's friends and others from the first novel and has i [...]

    2. Not only was this exciting and moving, it's so beautifully written. I expected no less, but this was just wonderful.

    3. The amount of research put into this is just astounding. It is so great to see an m/m book with so much research and careful writing behind it! I LOVE Roman history, especially about their legions, so this book was made for me. It starts off a lot faster than the first one (I guess because the first one set the whole relationship up) and there was a lot more romance mixed in with a fantastic plot. I wasn't sure how to feel about Drusus, but by the end I loved him. And poor Dardanus and Valerian! [...]

    4. 3,5 StarsThe tale of Drusus Germanicus is told from an interesting perspective. I will not focus on this- overall, just as in the first book, the whole depiction of the setting is great. What I expected was maybe to see the characters more as humans, not so much as heroes. I wished they would surprise me, I hoped to think and feel with them. In stead, I felt more like a bystander, and they were more untouchable than ever. Which I didn't really expect, since the first book laid the foundation for [...]

    5. The politics, ambitions, conflicts and loyalties of Rome are vividly brought to life in The Heirs of Fortune. Manilus Dardanus and Cassius Valerian, legionaries of Rome, defend the borders of empire in Germania and elsewhere, under the fraught and charismatic leadership of Drusus Germanicus. The relationship of Cassius and Dardanus matures and changes in this second book in the Valerian’s Legion series, as together they endure battle, societal expectations, and the shifting loyalties of an emp [...]

    6. A nicely crafted period tale (Germanic forests setting mainly) good arc and resolution. Some good battle/action sequences and naturally lots of tension/pull between our May-December M-M pairing. The book ending sets up nicely for the next book in the series set elsewhere in the Roman empire (middle east).

    7. It took me a while to finish this because, it kinda lost it's touch.In the beginning was what I thought and hoped it would beValerian and DardanusBut with the entry of DrususIt gets too complicated and abruptly endedSo if you want to keep the magic of book 1, then stop theren't proceed or else be disappointed only like me

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