Daughter of Egypt



After A Childhood Spent Living On The Streets, Thalia Had Surviveddanger Than Most Men Saw In A Lifetime Perhaps That Was Why She Could Not Bring Herself To Accept One Of The Inexperienced Young Suitors Her Adoptive Bedouin Mother Encouraged Her To Marry But When A Stranger With Silver Eyes Appeared In Her Garden, Thalia Felta Fear She Had Almost Forgotten And ADaughter of Egypt

Evelyn Gee was born on 1939 in Texas, USA She makes her home in San Antonio with her husband, Jim and their son, Jason.She signed her novels as Constance O Banyon She also wrote as Micah Leigh with Texan writer Emma Merritt Her books range from historical to contemporary and include several novellas Many of her books have been published in trade paperback.Among her many awards, she is the recipient of the 1996 Romantic Times Career Achievement Award There are eight million copies of her books in print.She says I have always loved history, and I loved storytelling it was only natural that I would one day put them both together I must have lived in another life and time, because when I write, I can almost feel I was there My favorite part of writing is the research Whenever possible, I will go to the place I am writing about to walk the land and smell the air.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 308 pages
  • Daughter of Egypt
  • Constance O'Banyon
  • English
  • 10 May 2019
  • 084396006X

10 thoughts on “Daughter of Egypt

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this and didn t at the same time I loved how rebellious and defiant Thalia was She didn t just fall to the whims of her captors She was so smart and strong No damsel within her While this was the mass market lucs romance, it was also during one of my favorite time periods in history, so that was a perk Of course, there were the cheesy moments worthy of skimming, the story of a princess being found and raised up to her royal platform was intriguing.Full Review I enjoyed this and didn t at the same time I loved how rebellious and defiant Thalia was She didn t just fall to the whims of her captors She was so smart and strong No damsel within her While this was the mass market lucs romance, it was also during one of my favorite time periods in history, so that was a perk Of course, there were the cheesy moments worthy of skimming, the story of a princess being found and raised up to her royal platform was intriguing.Full Review

  2. says:

    Dynamic story Best of three in the Egyptian Series so farI do hope this bringsstories to light I can t seem to get enough of Constances passion for historical writings on the subject of my favorite heroines and heros.Please Constance, keep them coming First Constance gave us Lord of the Nile , where Denae and her handsome hero Lord Ramtat took arms and took in love across the times in Rome, then there was Sword of Rome , the story of Danae s now sister inlaw Adhania and her belov Dynamic story Best of three in the Egyptian Series so farI do hope this bringsstories to light I can t seem to get enough of Constances passion for historical writings on the subject of my favorite heroines and heros.Please Constance, keep them coming First Constance gave us Lord of the Nile , where Denae and her handsome hero Lord Ramtat took arms and took in love across the times in Rome, then there was Sword of Rome , the story of Danae s now sister inlaw Adhania and her beloved hero, Macellus, the Roman general and warrior of his day took flight Leaving us with the street urchin called Thalia, whom Adhania rescued in the streets of Rome as a child But who was Thalia really This book creates the atmosphere that pulls in our favored characters from book one and two In a fight for her life, Thalia will meet yet another hero, another general another man just like the one her adopted sister s married in earlier books.a warrior, that will not give up until he sees Thalia in her rightful position on a small island called Bal, Forea.the new home of the fallen city of Alantis Be prepared to fall in love with Thalia, eighteen and hardly ready to stand on her own two feet in a strange speaking land She decides to take it upon herself to reunite the people, just as her sister Cleopatra would have done.And then watch her rise above her duty, in order to save the island people from hunger and warConstance, finally comes through on her exotic sexual expression, that was hidden in the previous books, to bring us devoted and lavishing love scenes worth rereadingover and over Come hide in the passions of love, honor, and betrayal in Daughter of Egypt One sentence line O banyon s third book of the Egyptian herione series is possibly her best book yet, with a wonderfully created characters, that carry the erotic tale of love, honor, courage, and betrayal.Janie Pendleton, NovelistThe Gates to Love and War

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here DAUGHTER OF EGYPT is set ten years after O Banyon s other novels LORD OF THE NILE and SWORD OF ROME, but can be read as a stand alone DAUGHTER follows the adventures of Thalia, from when she is a thief and beggar on the streets of Rome to eight years later in Egypt where she is living as the adopted daughter of the noble Lady Adhenia and finally to the island country of Bal Forea, where her birthright is revealed.The historical detail put into the novel is wonderful, giving readers a glimpse in DAUGHTER OF EGYPT is set ten years after O Banyon s other novels LORD OF THE NILE and SWORD OF ROME, but can be read as a stand alone DAUGHTER follows the adventures of Thalia, from when she is a thief and beggar on the streets of Rome to eight years later in Egypt where she is living as the adopted daughter of the noble Lady Adhenia and finally to the island country of Bal Forea, where her birthright is revealed.The historical detail put into the novel is wonderful, giving readers a glimpse into both Rome and Egypt during a tumultuous time in both countries histories Unfortunately, the island country of Bal Forea sometimes falls flat due to this the details not vivid enough to paint as strong a picture of this made up country.Thalia is a believable and likeable character Her actions are sometimes confusing and ill managed, but given how quickly her circumstances change, they are understandable In a relatively short span of time Thalia s life undergoes many upheavels, most of which require her to take strangers on faith that they won t hurt her.Our hero, Count Ashtyn, I was less intrigued by There was nothing wrong with him, I just wasn t interested I was farinterested in finding out about Bal Forea and Thalia s family Their chemistry together picks up closer to the end, when everything is out in the open and Thalia iscomfortable Overall I enjoyed the historical aspect of this novelso then the romantic elements, but do want to read the first two books to see if together the three areenjoyable

  4. says:

    THERE WAS NOTHING SPECIAL ABOUT THIS STORY BUT STILL ENJOYABLE OUR HERO is a high ranking man, charged to find and bring back the long lost princess of his kingdom Betrothed to her as a young boy, he has a duty to marry her when and if she is found I found him a little shallow when he was reluctant to marry a lost princess who probably had to deal with a lot of unsavory shit as a street urchin to survive Nonetheless he isn t a bad man, very loyal to his country and will do whatever it takes THERE WAS NOTHING SPECIAL ABOUT THIS STORY BUT STILL ENJOYABLE OUR HERO is a high ranking man, charged to find and bring back the long lost princess of his kingdom Betrothed to her as a young boy, he has a duty to marry her when and if she is found I found him a little shallow when he was reluctant to marry a lost princess who probably had to deal with a lot of unsavory shit as a street urchin to survive Nonetheless he isn t a bad man, very loyal to his country and will do whatever it takes to help it thrive Like all O BANYON S stories, it is quite love at first sight He is swept away by the heroine s beguiling beauty and struggles to help her accept her royal identity OUR HEROINE was adopted into Lord Ramtat s family and lives a privilege life garbed in silks and jewels in Egypt Unbeknown to her there is a man and his mother out there plotting to catch her and force her to marry into the family so he can rule over the kingdom Simultaneously, the royal family is also looking for her She was kidnapped before rescued by our hero and later brought back to her country whereby she reluctantly comes to term with her new status I didn t feel the love between the characters, that s a major flaw in O BANYON S books, but what held my attention was the attraction OVERALL it is mildly clean,focused on the romance but not overly emotional It is a straightforward story that doesn t pull you in, it s not intense but somehow you still want to read it Weirdly

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