The God's Wife By Lena Austin The God's Wives were a group of noblewomen sworn to protect and serve Egypt by any means, be it assassination, sorcery, money, or sex. Raised from infancy to be the wife of Pharaoh, Hati knew her duty. She would win the Pharaoh's heart, mind meld with him, produce his children, and rule beside him as the wife of the Living God. But when Pharaoh dies, pregnant Hati must rule alone as Regent-Queen, protecting the Empire for her unborn child and another child of Pharaoh carried by a concubine. When the disinherited brother of the dead Pharaoh arrives, claiming to be the true heir since no woman has the ability to rule an Empire, Hati must prove her worth and do more than simply be Regent-Queen. She must shave her hair, dress as a man, and become Pharaoh Hatshepsut, the first woman Pharaoh of Egypt. It will take all the might, muscle, sorcery, and deviousness of the God's Wives and their allies to keep Hati on the throne long enough for the true heir of Pharaoh to be born.
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Book Description Cerridwen Press, 2006. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1419954822