AMATA – Book Three in The First Vestals of Rome Trilogy
The gripping, unsparing tale of Amata, the first true Vestal Virgin of Rome, whose choices would shape the Vestal Order for centuries to come.
It is 716 BCE, over thirty years since the founding of Rome. The city's war-like nature has made it the "tyrant of Latium," and King Romulus's hardened nature has caused the fledgling Vestal order to fall into disrepute. But as crisis strikes and an enigmatic newcomer named Numa arrives in the city, Romulus's only living kinswoman, Amata, must rise to restore the dignity of the order.
AMATA is the riveting conclusion to The First Vestals of Rome, an epic trilogy about the founding Vestal Virgins of ancient Rome.
About The First Vestals of Rome Trilogy
Set in the 8th century BCE, The First Vestals of Rome is an action-packed trilogy that dramatizes the sensational, often perilous lives of three legendary women who gave rise to Rome's powerful order of Vestal Virgins. All of them central to the life of Romulus, Rome's founder, these tectonic women were fated to shape the history of the Eternal City as much as any Caesar who came after them.