Okay, how about Melitta and Nasir?
I’m not sure if she really loved Gannicus. She cared for him, obviously, and had feelings for him, but love? I don’t think she really knew. She had never thought of him as anything other than Gannicus, her husband’s closest friend, until they were forced to have sex with each other for show. After that, the door was opened, and of course she was curious. Gannicus was completely different from Oenomaus, and inspired feelings she had never felt before, feelings that she tried to resist but ultimately had to explore. I’m willing to bet that if you were able to talk to her in the Afterlife, she would tell you that her death was punishment from the Gods for daring to explore that curiosity.
Nasir (my precious Syrian hissing big-balled wild dog)
Nasir has always desired men. He did not desire the men he was forced to lay with, and certainly did not desire his dominus, but there were times in which he caught himself staring a little too long at other men. There were even times when he was forced to lay with a man and liked it somewhat. It was always empty, for he hadn’t been able to make the choice to be with them, but he could never really figure out why. Agron is not the first man he’s been attracted to, but Agron is the first man he’s ever really desired.