About Kiya: Mother of A King

Nefertiti has forced Naomi to flee Amarna with Malachi and the three children.

But even under the protection of Naomi’s family in Thebes, Nefertiti still hunts her and Tut. Nefertiti sends assassins to kill them, and while Naomi fights to protect the children, Malachi fights to keep her safe. With three children in tow, one of which isn’t her own, she is labeled the harlot outcast wife of the pharaoh and is shunned. She isn’t safe among her own people, and flees from being stoned to death.

Although her family protects her, she must find a way to survive. While Naomi struggles to keep herself and Tut alive, old adversaries return as Smenkhkare takes advantage of Akhenaten’s ailing health. Naomi must rely on Horemheb’s promise to protect Tut’s birthright, but her feelings for Malachi could cause more problems with Horemheb than she expects.

Reviews for Kiya: Mother of A King

There is a lot that goes on in this book. It’s well-written, the characters are great and the plot is believable for the time period. I know it’s historical and that people married young back in the day. I mean, way waaaaaay back in the day, but a nine-year-old boy marrying a 20-year-old woman is ewwwww. Of course, that’s nowhere near as bad as a father marrying his daughter, but it’s still hard to read about and not want to call the police. What were these people thinking back then?! Anyway, why anyone would want to be the Pharaoh and [...]

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Kiya had a big impact on Nefertiti's daughters in a very contrasting way. One wishes to be more like her while the other hates her almost as much as Nefertiti does. The differences are very refreshing and it is nice to see how someone can be raised to hate someone and up idolizing them instead. This book is full of intrigue and action, while balancing it out with romance and the every day heartbreaks and joys of family life. I'm sad that the next book will be the end, but I'm excited about what comes next.

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This is definitely a book 'not to be missed'.  This is a continuation of Kiya's story.  She is now Naomi.  Hebrew woman. Labeled a harlot, a woman rejected by Pharaoh Akhenaten.  We learn about her struggles after leaving the Egyptian court.  Kiya returns to her home as Naomi.  She has her children and the daughter of her dear friend.  The jealous Nefertiti is still trying to kill her and her son, Tut, heir to the Egyptian throne.

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