Anabel González

Today is the day the book number 2 of the Kiya trilogy by Katie Hamstead releases. I'm so excited that all of you are going to read it because it's amazing.

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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.


My review: In this second book of the trilogy we find a stronger Naomi, fighting for protecting her son and the daughter of her dear friend. She faces prejudice and rejection from her people. But also she struggles with love and duty.

It’s a great second book moving forward the story of a strong woman in the middle of war of power.

I really love how Katie Hamstead makes us see a woman that is so intelligent , that can and will do everything for the ones she loves. She’ll never accept anything without knowing why and will always struggle to see what’s best for her family.

Of course you will see more about Horemheb my favorite character and we’ll see an unexpected side of him.

Really you don’t want to miss this book and get ready for the third and last of the series.

Of course I really suggest you read first Kiya hope of the Pharaoh. HERE. you can buy it.




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  1. Thank you, Anabel! As usual you are AMAZING!


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