March 23rd, 2018
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Theodosia Browning investigates a Charleston steeped in tradition and treachery

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How far would you go to get justice for the one you love?

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The trick is to marry for love—a task easier said than done!

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They are part of an elite unit. On task. Off grid.

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True love deserves a second chance . . . .

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Shocking evidence hits close to home...


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Also by Stephanie Dray:

My Dear Hamilton, April 2018
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America's First Daughter, March 2016
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Daughters Of The Nile, December 2013
Song Of The Nile, October 2011
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Lily of the Nile, January 2011
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Lily of the Nile
Stephanie Dray

A Novel of Cleopatra's Daughter

January 2011
On Sale: January 4, 2011
Featuring: Princess Selene
354 pages
ISBN: 0425238555
EAN: 9780425238554
Kindle: B004EWFV54
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Fiction Adventure | Historical

Heiress of one empire and prisoner of another, it is up to the daughter of Cleopatra to save her brothers and reclaim what is rightfully hers...

To Isis worshippers, Princess Selene and her twin brother Helios embody the divine celestial pair who will bring about a Golden Age. But when Selene’s parents are vanquished by Rome, her auspicious birth becomes a curse.

Trapped in an empire that reviles her heritage and suspects her faith, the young messianic princess struggles for survival in a Roman court of intrigue. She can’t hide the hieroglyphics that carve themselves into her hands, nor can she stop the emperor from using her powers for his own ends. But faced with a new and ruthless Caesar who is obsessed with having a Cleopatra of his very own, Selene is determined to resurrect her mother’s dreams.

Can she succeed where her mother failed? And what will it cost her in a political game where the only rule is win—or die?


1 comment posted.

Re: Lily of the Nile

Aah, another historical novel/romance. Can't pass them up, even if I have ask our city library to order them. I've got a book on Cleopatra waiting for me. I'll definitely read that one first, but I'll be looking for yours soon. At the moment I'm reading [i]Eleanor of Aquitaine[/i] by Alison Weir
(Sigrun Schulz 11:46pm August 5, 2011)

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