Roman Holy Day

by Sam Chardin
For purchase on Amazon.

Unassuming and shy, Ava Zeteo is happy as the daughter of a famed academic. Her peaceful life is shattered when she is abducted by warring religious groups. She is shocked to learn that she is worshiped by academics living in the style of Ancient Rome. All Ava wants is to commune with a good book, but instead she is thrust into a conflict two thousand years in the making. She’d leave the religious groups to their nonsense, but a certain priest made a vow of celibacy and she’d like to test his resolve. Can an atheist reconcile religious belief when she’s the object of worship?

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