Kiya is forced to flee Armana with Malachi and her children. Back in Thebes hiding as Naomi, she faces danger and heartbreak of a different kind. Her family, even her beloved father, had given her up for dead. Malachi is welcomed back into his family, but Naomi and her children are shunned. Just as Naomi seems to adjusting to her former life, Horemheb arrives unannounced. Now Tut is in danger. Naomi must become the mother of a King.
The second book in this series is even better than the first. The danger is much more vivid, and he stakes have been raised. I see the appeal of Malachi, but I like the darkness of Horemheb. This book was well done and very enjoyable.