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People/Characters: Marcella

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Works (21)

TitlesOrder
Alonso Munich is Now Dead by S. Gates
At the Altar: Matrimonial Tales by L. M. Montgomery
The Bad Girl by Mario Vargas Llosa
Blood Debts [novella] by Ashley Gardnerwidowed farmer
Daughters of Rome by Kate Quinn
Daughters of the Nile by Stephanie DrayDaughter of Octavia
DILF: Dad I'd Like To F*ck by Jenika Snow
Doctor Who: Ghosts of N-Space (BBC Radio Collection) by Barry Letts
Doctor Who: The Ghosts of N-Space (BBC Radio Collection) by Barry Letts
Epitaph of a Small Winner by Machado de Assis
Experienced (A Real Man) (Volume 4) by Jenika Snow
Fatal Deception by Marie Force
Hiding in Plain Sight: A Novel by Nuruddin Farah
In Name Only? by Patricia Rosemoor
Lily of the Nile by Stephanie DrayDaughter of Octavia
May the Road Rise Up to Meet You by Peter Troy
Premeditated Marriage by B.J. Daniels
Raggedy Ann and the laughing brook by Johnny Gruelle
The Rover and Other Plays (Oxford World's Classics) by Aphra Behn
Song of the Nile by Stephanie DrayDaughter of Octavia
Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille

Character description

1.) In the Leonidas the Gladiator series by Ashley Gardner, Marcella is the widow of the gladiator Xerxes, who was Leonidas's best friend. She is raising their five children on a small farm. Leonidas helps her out with money when he can. He took the escaped slave child, Sergius to her, and she added him to her family. She can always use more help around the farm, and she is a kindly woman.

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