So it's been over a week since you all heard from me, which I realize is a bit odd for me. I apologize for going MIA and missing WNWNW last week, but I promise it was all for a good cause - my latest novel! There was a mad dash at the end there while final copy edits were being done, but things are all sorted now, and it's available RIGHT NOW for Kindle.
Read on for a blurb and details :)
In the Temple of Mehyt is murder-mystery romance, and the second novel in my Ancient Egyptian Romances series, but it's entirely stand-alone, so you don't have to have read In the Court of Kemet to follow along.
It's also 338 pages of action-packed romance and fun, of course. Right now it's available for Kindle, but by the end of the week you'll also be able to get it for other eReaders, as well as in print.
The tranquility of the Temple of Mehyt is shattered when the high priest and priestess are found murdered. To uncover who killed them, Queen Merneith calls upon an unlikely pair to investigate.
Satsobek, a former priestess and the daughter of a nobleman, hasn't stepped foot inside the temple in over a year, since making one of the worst mistakes of her life. Furthermore, with her sharp tongue and plain looks, her marriage prospects are slim, but that isn't stopping her father from trying to arrange a match against her will.
Ebrium is a low-born foreigner, and the queen's "unofficial" investigator. His partnership with Satsobek is complicated by the fact that they've been avoiding each other, even though he once saved her life. Now they must work together to find a brazen killer.
Follow Ebrium and Satsobek from the secret recesses of the temple to the seedy taverns of Thinis as they unearth a series of intrigues and a power struggle that threatens the tenuous peace of Kemet.
I hope you'll check it out, and stay tuned for a Q&A about some of the facts in the novel!