That’s it. Tallulah’s going on my hit list. I swear, Hugo better be backing me up after those diamonds I spent “making him a better person”. I am about to destroy the relationships of everyone in this book.
A Courtesan of Rome is ending, albeit hurriedly, but here’s the thing:
Xanthe was a waste.
We are given a book that is ultimately historical fiction, allows us to travel back in time to one of the most infamous moments of all time and, along the way, we play as a lone woman in a historical context who is given the power to change the world.
Along the way we meet a plethora of people, each of which plays a role in the story one way or another, with the exception of one.