In the Court of Kemet (Ancient Egyptian Romances #1)

In the Court of Kemet (Ancient Egyptian Romances #1) In The Court Of Kemet Ancient Egyptian Romances 1 PDF Epub Author Danielle S LeBlanc Egypt, 2975 BCE Merneith Has Never Quite Been Comfortable In Her Role As Queen, Though She Cares Deeply For Her Subjects But Now, If She Can T Find A Way To Stop The Ego Maniacal Pharaoh In His Attempts To Become A Living God, Egypt And All Her People Will Be Brought To Ruin When Her Life Is Threatened, Her Only Hope May Be The Newly Appointed Captain Of The Royal Guard, A Handsome Yet Brazen Foreigner With A Mysterious Past.Captain Bey Is Certain The Gods, With Their Sardonic Humour, Have Consigned Him To A Life Of Transience And Strife Therefore He S Not Surprised When He Finds Himself Drawn To The Forbidden Queen He Is Commissioned To Protect And Of Course The Headstrong Woman Seems Determined To Make His Life Difficult That Is Until Circumstances Leave Her No Choice But To Accept His Aid Rich In Historic Detail And Intrigue, In The Court Of Kemet Is Inspired By Queen Merneith, The First Female Ruler Of Ancient Egypt Follow Her Rise To Power From The Lavish Palace Of The Ancient Capital And Along The Dangerous Banks Of The River Nile.

  • 4.5
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  • English
  • 01 August 2018
  • 248 pages
  • In the Court of Kemet (Ancient Egyptian Romances #1)
  • Danielle S. LeBlanc

10 thoughts on “In the Court of Kemet (Ancient Egyptian Romances #1)

  1. Josephine (Jo) says:

    I appear to be very much in the minority here so maybe this book was just not for me I thought that it would beabout ancient Egypt as that is the sort of book I usually read.This is the story of Merneith queen of Kemet she is married to Pharaoh Wadj Wadj is her brother as well as her husband which was quite common in the time of the pharaohs When Bey is made the new Cap...

  2. Rebecca says:

    If you re looking for a romance novel set in a different setting than the usual, this is a fun one Merneith is a little annoying although LeBlanc does make it clear why she is the way she is but admittedly the chief attraction here is a romance novel set...

  3. Debra S. Rowland says:

    Very enjoyableI have always enjoyed novels set in Ancient Egypt but wasn t able to find many I m glad to say this was a very pleasant read with no glaring anachronisms to throw me out of the story I enjoyed it so much that the moment I finished it, I looked for and bought the next book.

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