Thursday, 18 April 2013

Cover Reveal - Kiya: Hope of the Pharaoh

It's cover reveal time!
I've been squeeing over this all morning, mainly because it means the release is close (and let's face it, I'm a sucker for Ancient Egypt) and I get to see this sweet cover before then. But before then ... details!

Kiya: Hope of the Pharaoh is a NA Historical Romance and shall be out on April the 30th. To read more about it, pop over to Katie's blog. Before you go ... the reason we are all here ... the COVER!

Can't wait to own this. ^_^
Blurb:
To save her younger sisters from being taken to the cruel life of the palace, Naomi intervenes and gives herself to be a wife of the erratic Pharaoh Akhenaten. 

In the palace, Naomi finds herself thrust into the intrigues of the royal family, and has her name changed to Kiya. She becomes beloved by the Pharaoh, who declares that she will bear him his heir. But the Great Queen Nefertiti, furious with jealousy, schemes to destroy Naomi and even brings her fidelity into question, which could cost Naomi her very life.

Naomi must play the deadly game carefully. She is in a silent battle of wills, and a struggle for who will one day inherit the crown. And if she does bear an heir, she will have to fight to protect him as well as herself from Nefertiti who is out for blood.

10 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for helping me and all the excitement you've had for this!

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  2. Sounds interesting!!

    And I've been thinking, if you can't find a Beta...if you don't expect any sort of magnificent speed...I'd help as much as I can. Send me stuff if you want at eseckman at ymail dot com.

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    1. It does, doesn't it? Can't wait to read ... well, technically, I have to, but I don't wanna!

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  3. That's a gorgeous cover! And I like the blurb, too.

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  4. great cover! I love all things Egypt too.

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  5. You're not the only sucker for Ancient Egypt. The Mummy (first one) is one of my favorite guilty pleasures. :)

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    1. Oh yes. Would've enjoyed the second one ... if they'd used Set instead of Anpu as the 'evil god' who cursed the scorpion king ... don't get me started there, just don't. I'll rant for hours.

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