If you fell in love with Shuki in 'Not a Man,' then you will enjoy 'The King's Favourite.' It was the greatest scandal that Oxford had ever known. The culprits were the sons of the rich and powerful, even of Royalty. The trials went on for years, and the story of the eunuch's uttermost beauty and desirability spread. Shuki now lives in his own remote home, overlooked by his beloved mountains. He is happy with his family, his studies, and he is respected. Feroz Hady is just sixteen, yet he is the all-powerful monarch of an oil-rich country of Arabia. When an important and complex trade deal hangs in the balance, an extra concession is made. Shuki's freedom is traded away by his own country - a gift for a king. There are stories from ancient times of eunuchs standing at the side of kings, wielding enormous influence, and having a say in the fate of nations. Can it happen again?
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Published May 30, 2012
by Samray Books.
Literature & Fiction.