Happy Saturday and a very happy publication day to Admonition by Kathryn Amurra. Admonition is the second book in the Soothsayer’s Path series, and it is wonderful! If you like historical romances set in ancient Rome, then you should check this one out.
About the Book:
Author: Kathryn Amurra
Series: Soothsayer’s Path #2
Publication Date: June 5, 2021
Synopsis: Sabina is a young noblewoman who, based on her soothsayer aunt’s prediction, believes her words are dangerous and will hurt those she loves. Following the death of her beloved husband, she takes a vow of silence to protect others from suffering the same fate. Ignored and scorned by those around her, who believe her to be cursed by the gods who took her voice, she is content to live in the shadow of her former life, avoiding society as best she can and staying away from the politics and drama of Rome’s inner circles.
Lucius is an unwilling front-runner to inherit the title of Emperor from Rome’s childless leader, Trajan. Although the soothsayer warns him to steer clear of a pretty face that hides a cursed soul, Lucius cannot help but be drawn to the silent and beautiful Sabina. After learning her secret, he is as determined to help her shed her cloak of silence as she is to keep him at a safe distance. But when Lucius becomes the target of a political plot, Sabina must decide whether breaking her silence will save his life or merely seal his fate.
NOTE: This book id FREE on Amazon on June 5, 2021!! Be sure to grab your free copy!!
- The romance!!
- The sister relationship.
- The setting.
Actions are often calculated. Words are measured. But the soul is pure. It cannot be contrived. I hope you do not find me presumptuous, my lady, but I believe I know your soul. And I believe I am a better man for it.
No intentions can be as dangerous as bad ones.
There is a patient wisdom in how the sea meets the land. It is gentle, yet powerful; tentative, yet persistent.
If you do not give voice to what is in your heart and on your mind, then who will? And how can anyone be the better for it?