Phoenix Fire

Phoenix Fire Kill or be killed Elena Gaius is Hixyl s most heralded gladiatrix catching the Emperor s eye with her unspoiled beauty and fiery temper Determined to let no man have her he forces her into a life o

  • Title: Phoenix Fire
  • Author: MichelleMiles
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kill, or be killed.Elena Gaius is Hixyl s most heralded gladiatrix, catching the Emperor s eye with her unspoiled beauty and fiery temper Determined to let no man have her, he forces her into a life of unwanted accolades for slaughter in the Games With independence out of reach, Elena knows each day could be her last.Cassius Antonius is a former general hired by an underKill, or be killed.Elena Gaius is Hixyl s most heralded gladiatrix, catching the Emperor s eye with her unspoiled beauty and fiery temper Determined to let no man have her, he forces her into a life of unwanted accolades for slaughter in the Games With independence out of reach, Elena knows each day could be her last.Cassius Antonius is a former general hired by an underground secret order to assassinate the Emperor When he refuses, they take away the only thing precious to him his freedom Forced into servitude, he meets Elena and manipulates her into helping him, forming a shaky alliance and a searing romance.The two become unwitting pawns in the struggle to save Hixyl from the Emperor s tyranny But plans spin out of control with the discovery of their secret tryst, and for their ultimate act of betrayal, the Emperor demands one last entertainment to be pitted against each other in the Games in a fight to the death.

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    1. I've been waiting a long time to read Phoenix Fire by Michelle Miles. And did she deliver. A tough gladiatrix, a compelling hero, scary fight scenes, a really bad dude, and political machinations--all are in this book. I simply couldn't put it down. Well done!

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