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By Letitia Coyne | Comments: ( 497 ) | Date: ( Dec 09, 2019 )

When Maia is married off to her stepbrother, she is once again abandoned when he returns to his post Seizing her chance to escape, she joins an exclusive group of travelling priestesses on their way to Britannia But they can only take her some of the way, and she finds herself moving through a complex web of lies and deceptions, where everyone she meets has a separate agWhen Maia is married off to her stepbrother, she is once again abandoned when he returns to his post Seizing her chance to escape, she joins an exclusive group of travelling priestesses on their way to Britannia But they can only take her some of the way, and she finds herself moving through a complex web of lies and deceptions, where everyone she meets has a separate agenda.If she can only trust Lucius, commander of an auxiliary cavalry unit of Legio XX, he can take her to her husband Everything she knows about the world will change, if she can survive the journey.


  • Title: Britannia - Unedited version
  • Author: Letitia Coyne
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 296
  • Format: ebook

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Letitia Coyne

Letitia Coyne is alive and well and living in Australia She writes, paints, draws, sews, plays with old wooden furniture, revives jewellery and sings very loudly.Proud member of the 1889 Labs family Check out 1889 Labs for a host of brilliant authors, including Greg X Graves, Terra Whiteman, Isa Kft, M Jones, Kit Iwasaki, AM Harte, MCM, Craig Young, Tim Sevenhuysen, and poet extraordinaire Gabriel Gadfly More to come.



Comments Britannia - Unedited version

  • Carolinac

    Set on the edges of the Roman Empire towards the end of the first century, Britannia is the tale of a naive young woman, her stepbrother-cum-husband, and a dashing legionary. Maia, our heroine, may be young and naive, but she's determined, loyal, and smarter than she thinks. When her new husband, Cilo, disappears without even consummating their marriage, she decides to track him down - with the help of his handsome friend, Lucius (or as he prefers, Luc). Of course, not only does a friendship dev [...]


  • Trinity Renee

    Here's the thing - I really wanted to like this book, and I did. To an extent. The beginning hooked me pretty well and it was interesting. And then it slowly declined from there. As others have said, Coyne fails to explain many things that happen in the book. She doesn't delve into things and try to help her readers understand what the hell is going on in this world she's created. While Luc and Maia's love story is good and the main theme, I feel that Maia is a flat character - a little too Mary [...]


  • Cheryl

    I enjoyed Britannia - the pace of the book kept me occupied during a few days of our winter break! A little more character development (Neria earlier on) would have been useful, but I loved the twists and turns the plot took. I found myself wishing the story continued, as not all of the loose ends were wrapped up neatly. One word of advice might be to work on making the dialogue more period-accurate. It grates to read words like "okay" and phrases such as "going crazy" or "did she buy that?" whe [...]


  • Chrys

    Enjoyable and fast read, it was fun to read how people in the Roman Empire might have lived 2000 years ago. Luc, the male lead, was just completely lovable--no wonder everyone was in love with him. Maya's character develops quite a bit as the book advances, although her decisions did drive me crazy at times. I cannot say if I understand exactly the ending though, and there were some editing issues (in terms of grammatical mistakes as well as narrative flow). The book needs a little more polishin [...]


  • Sabrina

    For the 1st half of the book I was hooked. Even though there were parts that seemed unexplained or confusing I went with the overall story. I rallied around Maia when she found her strength and pursued her brother.I found that after the hero got together with our heroine things fell flat for me. The story line got a bit more confusing and this time there was no tension or hope to fall back on. I was disappointed.


  • Kayla

    Hard to remember this book took place in a short amount of time. One active week felt like at least a few months.


  • The Ardent Bibliophile

    Decent story, bad story teller.


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