No St. Mary's assignment goes the way it's supposed to. Never.
The historians of St. Mary's investigate major historical events in contemporary time (don't call it "time travel.") This time the assignment is really simple, and very popular; they'll be observing Rome when Caesar has moved Cleopatra into his home in Rome.
The same home he shares with Calpurnia.
They're just going to observe conditions. It's a peaceful day. What could possibly go wrong?
But this is the St. Mary's crew. Max, Peterson, and their colleagues always have way more excitement than they're supposed to.
It's a lot of fun. I particularly like Taylor's narrative voice and Ramm's narration. Recommended.
This book was free on Audible.