Seduced by a king, pursued by the god Apollo, and wooed by his slave, can Alexios escape his fate and find love?
Mature King Lykos has a sexy confidence that turns Alexios' head. Seduced by Lykos, Prince Alexios discovers a world of men he's never known before.
Meanwhile his slave Galen has gotten tired of waiting in the wings. He sets out to woo Alexios and win his heart.
Even Apollo can't leave Alexios alone. The young prince finds himself pursued by a god and in danger of a perilous love.
How will Alexios follow his heart when he unwittingly wins the favor of a god? Can Alexios escape the fate of Apollo's past lovers and have the man he wants?
In the time of the Greek myths, Alexios, is the son of a king who just reached the age of maturity. He must be betrothed and choose a mentor, but Alexios has little interest in marriage. He has much more interest in neighboring King Lykos and his sexy male slave Galen. But when the god Apollo takes an interest, things get complicated quickly.
There's nothing worse than a historical that's badly researched. Alexios’ Fate is not that. Ms. Jameth has done her research. You'll feel as if you are standing on a Greek isle along with Alexios; his world is very detailed and real. This is a world where gods walk the earth and interfere in human lives, and Apollo complicates things. But the story is really about Alexios and his desires; the scenes between him and his slave Galen are scorching. You won't be able to stop reading, especially when the action comes to a close.
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