Read KIYA: Mother of a King (KIYA Trilogy #2) Online Free - Nefertiti has forced Naomi to flee Amarna with Malachi and the three children. But even under the protection of Naomi’s family in Thebes, Nefertiti still hunts her and Tut. Nefertiti sends assassins to kill them, and while Naomi fights to protect the children, Malachi fights to keep her safe.
With three children in tow, one of which isn’t her own, she is labeled the harlot outcast wife of the pharaoh and is shunned. She isn’t safe among her own people, and flees from being stoned to death. Although her family protects her, she must find a way to survive.
While Naomi struggles to keep herself and Tut alive, old adversaries return as Smenkhkare takes advantage of Akhenaten’s ailing health. Naomi must rely on Horemheb’s promise to protect Tut’s birthright, but her feelings for Malachi could cause more problems with Horemheb than she expects.
|Title||:||KIYA: Mother of a King (KIYA Trilogy #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||234 pages|
February 24, 2018
Amazing ! I’m so glad I found these books worth every penny .
This one was more emotional than the first . I actually found my heart wrenching at tut being left alone and found the writing beautiful , tut has always been described as the deformed boy king . But this story really hit home how young...
April 26, 2014
Another great book in the Kiya series! Naomi (Kiya) is now on the run, forced into hiding to protect herself and her child, the true pharaoh, Tut. This book takes us to Naomi's Hebrew roots. She has returned to her people, her family, and she wants nothing more than to live a safe, normal life wi...
December 04, 2013
This is definitely a book 'not to be missed'. This is a continuation of Kiya's story. She is now Naomi. Hebrew woman. Labeled a harlot, a woman rejected by Pharaoh Akhenaten. We learn about her struggles after leaving the Egyptian court. Kiya returns to her home as Naomi. She has her children and...
August 13, 2014
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I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
This time in Kiya's journey she's running for her life, always unsure of when one of Nefertiti's assassins will be come for her and he...
February 09, 2014
[Full disclosure: I requested and received a free ebook copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.]
Somewhere around a third of the way into the book I told myself, “Just finish the chapter, then you should go to bed. You’re working tomorrow.”
Then at around 50% I told myself, “You shou...
December 19, 2013
Kiya has fled to her home village to avoid assassination by Nefertiti and taken back her Hebrew name of Naomi. With her are her three children, including Tut, and her protector Malachi.
This book was amazing. I could not put it down! It captured my attention so well that I didn't even realize two...
January 11, 2014
*Book source ~ Many thanks to Curiosity Quills for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.
At the behest of her husband the Pharaoh Queen Kiya has fled Armana with her children and the daughter of another wife who died protecting her. With only the Hebrew guard Malachi to prot...
January 13, 2014
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I read the previous book KIYA: Hope of the pharaoh last summer and I was pleasantly surprised by it. So I was eager to found out what happened next to Kiya, her friends and her family. The book takes of right after we left the first book. But you don’t have...
January 04, 2014
This is the problem with starting a really good book: You can't put it down and finish it within the span of two days.
KIYA: Mother of a King was everything Hope of the Pharaoh was and more. Katie Hamstead really took everything up a notch, especially the tension as Tut took his place as pharaoh...
December 19, 2013
This book starts out with Kiya, Queen of Egypt, fleeing with the king’s Hebrew guard, Malachi so that Nefertiti doesn’t destroy Kiya and her son, Tut, the true heir to the throne. Kiya throws off her Egyptian name and costume and becomes Naomi again, a simple Hebrew girl. But with two of her own...