To Love a Borgia (A Borgias Romance)
Cesare Borgia was the handsomest man in Italy, but behind that face was the grasping, greedy heart of a Borgia for whom enough was never sufficient. The minute Alexander VI took the papal throne, he set in motion the dooms of all his children.
Constanzia Borgia had loved her cousin Cesare since childhood. Now widowed, her parents have sent her to her uncle the pope, in order to secure advantageous marriage for her--but they had not reckoned with Cesare.
The minute he lays eyes on her, he falls in love and she with him. After all, is he not her beloved cousin with whom she grew up? Now childhood love has turned into a deadly passion that could destroy them both.
And Lucrezia? At all costs will Constanzia try to protect her from her papal uncle's aspirations. Poor Lucrezia is a pawn in both her father's and her brother's ambitions, but this Borgia daughter is stronger than anyone suspects. With Constanzia as her guide, Lucrezia is determined to make a place for herself, beyond being a much married wife