Kingdom of the Sun by Irene Roberts
A Novel

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"Set in ancient Egypt, this is a love story, tender and at the same time erotic and sensitive, that will enchant and captivate the reader—with its splendour of historical detail and explicit, unflinchingly sanguine portrayal of a time notorious for its savagery and cruelty.

Even though she was a princess, Zarah was still a prisoner and had to act out the part that had been set for her. As Egypt's struggle for power swept on, a young girl, whose beauty was beyond price, had become a pawn in the game of treachery and intrigue played by Egypt's greatest queen. Zarah was plotting her revenge on those who had killed the only people she had ever cared for, but she was being watched by Per Ibsen. Was he just waiting his time, learning the truth—until the moment he had her in his power?"

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Published December 12, 2002 by iUniverse. 245 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction, History, Romance. Fiction