Queen Julius Caesar

They both fell under his spell and set out to seduce him.
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Untold histories are often the most interesting…
Can a King be a Queen?
Can an Emperor love a King and a Queen?
Are you ready to accept that Rome’s greatest ruler was Bisexual?
In an ancient Greek province, there lived a King and his sister-wife. You are unlikely to have heard of them, yet they changed history in ways that have been blushed about, scorned, edited, redacted and buried for nearly 2,000 years.
For, you see, those minor royals encountered the young Gaius Julius Caesar, long before he became the ruler of Rome. They both fell under his spell and set out to seduce him. He didn’t resist. Their remarkable interplay set in motion the emergence of the Caesar that we find described in our history books today.
Watched over by the Goddess Minerva, the young Caesar escapes Rome just in time to avoid annihilation. Leaving his wife behind he journeys across the Mediterranean, Aegean and Black seas encountering pirates and scoundrels.

Martin Campbell (Author)

Martin Campbell grew up in Buckinghamshire, England. He lived for 30 years on the south coast of England, in the city of Brighton. In 2015 he moved to Glastonbury, England to live among the sacred Pagan landscapes of Somerset. He is gay and shares his life with his partner Soman and their cat. Martin is a historical fiction writer. He specialises in novels about Gay historical figures. His first book The Love God, has aspects of romance and intrigue. It is set in ancient Rome and the broader ancient Roman empire. This historical romance reverberates around the Roman Emperor Hadrian and his Greek lover Antinous. As a young, gay, man, Martin sought solace in mainstream religions but found only judgements and rejection. In Rome he found that there was a gay god called Antinous. It was a huge revelation which led to this book. Martin hopes it will inform Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people to seek their own deities, within or beyond mainstream religions. ‘There are deities to reflect all walks of life’ he says. Martin is a priest of the modern day faith of Antinous. He is a crystal therapist, an artist and amateur antiques dealer. In 2012 Martin suffered a devastating stroke which led to his early retirement from a much loved, senior, job in the NHS. As part of his extensive rehabilitation Martin was encouraged to find a pastime which would be enjoyable but would also stimulate his damaged brain. His first novel is the result. Writing has turned from a hobby, to therapy, to a profession for Martin. Other novels on similar themes will appear soon.

They both fell under his spell and set out to seduce him.

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