"Evocative and edge-of-your-seat thrilling, this concludes the wondrous Wolf Den trilogy in explosively satisfying style."
Set in AD 79, The Temple of Fortuna, final instalment of Elodie Harper's exhilarating Wolf Den Trilogy opens with Amara surveying an opulent scene from Rome’s Palatine Hill, high above the Imperial palace. As torches flicker over the gold and marble spread before her, she’s all too aware that this wealth “is a different world from the darkness that shaped her in the Wolf Den”.
But, though her fierce determination and wit has taken her on a journey from Pompeii prostitute to influential courtesan, fresh dangers await, and it’s the skills and mindset cultivated back in her Wolf Den days that Amara must turn to, just as Mount Vesuvius is on the verge of erupting and enveloping Pompeii.
Richly evocative of time, place and Amara’s indomitable spirit, this fiery finale also ripples with love, desire, and having to make monumental decisions. In short, The Temple of Fortuna is a rip-roaringly captivating climax.