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La concubina de Roma

Quinn, Kate (Book - 2012 - Spanish)
La concubina de Roma
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Thea es una esclava de Judea. Comprado como un juguete para el rencoroso heredera Lepida Pollia, Thea se vuelve rival de su señora, por el amor de Arrio el Bárbaro, gladiador más nuevo y más salvaje de Roma. Su amor trae Thea la primera alegría de su vida - que se terminó rápidamente cuando un celoso lágrimas lepida aparte. Como Lepida va a causar estragos en la vida de un nuevo marido y su familia, Thea remakes ella misma como una cantante brillante para los aristócratas de Roma. Sin quererlo, ella atrae a otro admirador en el carismático emperador de Roma ... Thea is a slave girl from Judaea. Purchased as a toy for the spiteful heiress Lepida Pollia, Thea becomes her mistress's rival for the love of Arius the Barbarian, Rome's newest and most savage gladiator. His love brings Thea the first happiness of her life - that is quickly ended when a jealous Lepida tears them apart. As Lepida goes on to wreak havoc in the life of a new husband and his family, Thea remakes herself as a polished singer for Rome's aristocrats. Unwittingly, she attracts another admirer in the charismatic Emperor of Rome...
Authors: Quinn, Kate
Statement of Responsibility: Kate Quinn ; traducción: Álvaro Abella
Uniform Title: Mistress of Rome. Spanish
Title: La concubina de Roma
Publisher: Madrid, Spain : Maeva Ediciones, [2012]
Characteristics: 479 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes: Translation of: Mistress of Rome
Summary: Thea es una esclava de Judea. Comprado como un juguete para el rencoroso heredera Lepida Pollia, Thea se vuelve rival de su señora, por el amor de Arrio el Bárbaro, gladiador más nuevo y más salvaje de Roma. Su amor trae Thea la primera alegría de su vida - que se terminó rápidamente cuando un celoso lágrimas lepida aparte. Como Lepida va a causar estragos en la vida de un nuevo marido y su familia, Thea remakes ella misma como una cantante brillante para los aristócratas de Roma. Sin quererlo, ella atrae a otro admirador en el carismático emperador de Roma ...
Thea is a slave girl from Judaea. Purchased as a toy for the spiteful heiress Lepida Pollia, Thea becomes her mistress's rival for the love of Arius the Barbarian, Rome's newest and most savage gladiator. His love brings Thea the first happiness of her life - that is quickly ended when a jealous Lepida tears them apart. As Lepida goes on to wreak havoc in the life of a new husband and his family, Thea remakes herself as a polished singer for Rome's aristocrats. Unwittingly, she attracts another admirer in the charismatic Emperor of Rome...
Subject Headings: Domitian, Emperor of Rome, 51-96 Fiction Women slaves Rome Fiction Gladiators Fiction Rome History Domitian, 81-96 Fiction
Genre/Form: Historical fiction
Topical Term: Women slaves
Gladiators
Additional Contributors: Abella, Álvaro
ISBN: 9788415120841
8415120842
Branch Call Number: Spa FIC Q
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