Check out the free e-book download available today by the science fiction and fantasy author, Veronica Scott. According to Ms. Scott, this book will be permanently free. It’s the first book in the series the Gods of Egypt series. Check out my review. It’s a series definitely worth reading.
Dancer of the Nile: Gods of Egypt by Veronica Scott
Publication Date: July 2, 2015
[easyazon_link identifier=”0996275029″ locale=”US” tag=”rabidreaders-20″]Hidden by Moonlight[/easyazon_link] is the story of the five immortal children of Nut (primary Gods of Egypt). Nebt-Het (Nephthys) longs to be remembered and interacts in a way that could be damaging to the emerging civilization. Can she make her mark without destroying what her brother and sisters have done?
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Publication Date: March 8, 2014
Tyema is the Head Priestess for the god Sobek in a rural Nome of Egypt. When Sahure comes from Thebes seeking advice on a mission from the Pharoah, he’s enchanted by the young priestess and falls in love. Sadly, their union is not meant to be, but what will happen when Egypt is threatened by dark magic and the god Sobek sends Tyema to Thebes to deliver a sacred crocodile and determine the source? Will she be able to reconcile that the evil seems to be coming from her beloved yet distant Sahure?
Continue reading Magic of the Nile: Gods of Egypt by Veronica Scott
Publication Date: October 4, 2013
In [easyazon-link asin=”B00FNXXEDE” locale=”us”]Dancer of the Nile (Gods of Egypt)[/easyazon-link], Nima is a tavern dancer whose town was burned and she was taken captive. While on the journey to the Hyskos encampment she notices a fellow captive—a warrior. Kamin is an Egyptian soldier on a mission for the Pharaoh when he is captured. Can the pair escape, evade recapture and why are the Hyskos so desperate to recapture Nima?
Continue reading Dancer of the Nile: Gods of Egypt by Veronica Scott
Publication Date: September 16, 2013
Khenet, the Pharaoh’s adopted brother, has been chosen to escort Tiya to marry the evil ruler of Viper Nome. They know that their mission will lead to death. Tiya has the mark of the goddess Nephthys and her value to the ruler lies within the power she doesn’t realize she has. Nephthys professes that her plan is to save Egypt, but is the tricky goddess to be trusted? With their lives on the line will Khenet and Tiya go quietly or will they fight?
Continue reading Warrior of the Nile: Gods of Egypt by Veronica Scott