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He's the most powerful man in Egypt For hundreds of years, Egypt and Nubia have been fighting for control of each other's borders. Pharaoh Amonmose.
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Pharaoh Amonmose, known for his ruthlessness in battle and his cunning wit in politics, takes what he wants and he is denied nothing — until he lays eyes on the ebony beauty named Kama. He regards her as one of the spoils of war, burning her village and taking her as his captive. With her exotic looks and full curves, Kama is a prize worthy of a mighty pharaoh.
But she vows never to be dominated by any male, mortal or divine. The two embark on their own power struggle as Kama fights to keep him from possessing not only her body, but her heart as well.
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A Journey of Brothers. Weight of the Crown. Warrior of the Egyptian Kingdom. He regards her as one of the spoils of war, burning her He's the most powerful man in Egypt He regards her as one of the spoils of war, burning her village and taking her as his captive.
Mesmerized by her fiery spirit, he's determined to conquer her - no matter what the cost. She's determined to resist him With her exotic looks and full curves, Kama is a prize worthy of a mighty pharaoh.
But she vows never to be dominated by any male, mortal or divine. The two embark on their own power struggle as Kama fights to keep him from possessing not only her body, but her heart as well. Kindle Edition , pages. Published May 15th first published June 10th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Pharaoh's Desire , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Mar 13, Amaka Azie rated it liked it. An interesting read about ancient Egypt. It started well with so much promise.
Kama a Nubian lady with wit and confidence rescued by the Pharaoh Amonmose from his soldiers during war. However, half way it became flat and lost its intrigue. She lost the initial wit and spark that drew me to her in the first place. She became a tearful weak woman. All in all, it was well written and quite oka 3. All in all, it was well written and quite okay. Apr 26, Shonnie rated it it was ok Shelves: It started strong but half way through I lost interest. Feb 17, Latasha Martin rated it it was amazing. Good Book Pharaoh Amonmose and Kama's love story was truly beautiful.
He took her and claimed her as his. Despite her detest for him, he makes her fall madly in love with him. He looses his memory but not thoughts and dreams of Kama. Their love stood the test through adversity and only grew stronger. Apr 29, Brandon Pilcher rated it did not like it.
I'm a white guy with a huge soft spot for black women, and I have a special interest in ancient Egypt and Nubia. Therefore an interracial romance set in Egypt should automatically lie right up my alley, right? Well, that may have sparked my initial interest in this book, but to say I was disappointed in the execution would be a colossal understatement. While the author does appear to have carried out a little basic research for her historical afterword at least, the story itself has enough flagra I'm a white guy with a huge soft spot for black women, and I have a special interest in ancient Egypt and Nubia.
While the author does appear to have carried out a little basic research for her historical afterword at least, the story itself has enough flagrant errors peppering it that I have to wonder what procedure she actually used. The very first page of Chapter One has our Nubian heroine Kama questioning the custom of arranged marriage since grooms' fathers tend to charge too much for their dowry. The problem is that in ancient Egypt and Nubia as in most other pre-colonial African societies , it was usually the bride's family that received the groom's payment, or "brideprice".
Then Chapter Two opens with the captured Kama passing through the Egyptian cities of el-Amarna and Alexandria while en route from Aswan to Thebes modern Luxor, or Waset in the native Egyptian language. Yet both el-Amarna and Alexandria lay further north than Thebes, which Alexandria standing right on the northern Egyptian coastline near the mouth of the Nile Delta. And then Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great hence its name nearly 1, years after the story's set date of BC.
Oh, and did you know that Kerma in Upper Nubia has dense jungles growing around it as Kama recalls? I thought almost all of Nubia lay in the post-desertification Sahara just like Egypt. However, by far the most pervasive inaccuracy saturating the text was the portrayal of the central affair as an interracial one, with a black Nubian woman pairing up with a semi-whitewashed tan-washed? Contrary to popular belief, BOTH the ancient Egyptians and Nubians were dark-skinned indigenous African peoples, so they would BOTH qualify as "Black African" in modern American racial "taxonomy" and indeed, the ancient Greeks habitually described them both as "melanchroes" or dark-skinned.
The Egyptians did conventionally paint Nubian characters with even darker skin than themselves though they also depicted Middle Eastern and northern Libyan groups as lighter-skinned , but then Africans have always varied in skin color and facial features throughout the continent. For that matter, even Cleopatra VII's famous affairs with Caesar and Antony might possibly make the cut if she really did have native Egyptian in addition to Macedonian ancestry skeletal remains identified as her sister Arsinoe have shown a mixture of African and European traits.
Our heroine Kama starts off rightfully despising the Pharaoh for abducting her and causing violence against her family, and she explicitly resists his advances on her. What does he do to win her over? Force a few kisses on her and walk her through his palace garden, even though she can discern the latter is just a manipulative ploy.
Shortly afterward, she develops such a strong "love" for him that she gets jealous when he sees another lady a redheaded Egyptian! Granted, I am no expert on heterosexual female sexuality, but if there's one thing I do know, it's that NO woman would ever appreciate such forceful and abusive behavior, much after stating her disinterest for the guy in plain spoken language.
I'm surprised a woman actually wrote this and passed it off as a romance novel.
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Her hero is almost as creepy as Bill Cosby! Jul 20, Sarah G.
I actually really enjoyed this book. I've been looking for more books that not only have to deal with Ancient Egypt but pretty much any "ancient" civilization. I've always been a pretty big fan of historical romance and its pretty rare to find many that fall outside of the Antebellum south or the Wild West.
Kama is a strong minded and defiant Nubian woman and she meets the Pharaoh Ammon after he and the Egyptian army attack a village where she and her family are temporarily staying. Ammon sees Ka I actually really enjoyed this book. Ammon sees Kama after his men find her among the ruins of the fire and is instantly drawn to her, so he takes her captive and brings her back to his palace in Thebes.
Kama didn't immediately forget about Ammon's wrong-doing, in fact she resisted him for probably half of the book I thought that dialogue was well suited for the time period and I was easily immersed in the story. Not to mention I really liked the twists and turns that the story had. It really encapsulated the treachery that was a part of being within the Egyptian elite, which we often hear about.
I don't want to give away the plot That being said I would definitely give this book a recommendation, if you are looking for something historical that is a little different from the norm!