House of Simeon Gold was the uncontested champion in the arena, elevated to a hero by the masses, but nothing but a slave in actuality. His heart was the only thing he had that was his own. Gold was the unbeatable champion of the House of Simeon but ...
n but after the gods foretell his death, his master refuses to put him into the arena again. Instead, he makes Gold his trainer, and uses his body for his own pleasure. Gold wants nothing more than to fight again. It is all he knows, and he hates the fact that people think he is a coward, hiding behind his master. He longs for a death of glory in the arena, the only respectable way for a gladiator slave to leave this world. Samson comes into Gold's life unexpectedly. A slave with potential to rise through the ranks, but also the first man who has been able to rouse something inside of him he thought was dead. Can Samson make Gold reveal his feelings, or will he remain the unattainable trainer who longs for a glorious death?
House of Phineas Gold is sold and he and Samson are parted. Gold begins a new life at the House of Phineas, where he lives a more luxurious life, gets to fight again in the arena, and is subjected to many erotic adventures. Although he lusts after a slave who is denied him, his heart belongs to Samson, whom he believes he will never see again. Then Simeon, his former master, who laments his loss of Gold, sets up a contest for him to fight his own champion, Samson. Will Gold be able to kill his own heart in the arena?