Daughters of the King: Book One The Weaver's Dream
Tirzah finally has everything she wants: a family and the respect of her village. But tragedy strikes with the death of her husband. Tirzah finds herself separated from her son and sold into slavery. When her efforts at escape fail, she questions whether God cares for her or has turned His back.
Darien has one goal: to find those responsible for the murder of his wife and children. When his path crosses that of a Hebrew slave, he wants to ignore her plight; but a dream from an unknown God changes his mind. Tirzah’s presence in his home brings evil powers and family dissension to the boiling point.
Will the truth they discover set them both free or doom them to a life of guilt?
Daughters of the King: Book Two The Daughter's Journey
Ayana has been searching for love her entire life. The spoiled, willful daughter of a wealthy Egyptian merchant, she has always had everything she wants - except the acceptance of her mother. To please her mother and earn her approval, Ayana sets her eyes on Khari, a priest in the temple of Anu, with aspirations of serving in the temples in Memphis. But when Ayana’s world is shattered by the murder of her father and the discovery that Khari is responsible for the crime, Ayana finds herself on the brink of suicide. That’s when an unexpected visit from an elderly servant reveals there may be more to the truth than Ayana’s mother divulged. A former slave, Reuel has faith in few. Certainly not the gods of Egypt and though his best friend, Darien, is committed to the Israeli god, Yahweh, Reuel must see to believe. He has loved Ayana for as long as he can remember, but his social status wasn’t good enough for her. When he discovers her plan to set off and discover her birth father, he determines she will not go alone. With the help of the elderly servant, Reuel and Ayana embark on a journey down the Nile to discover Ayana’s identity and, in the process, discover the God who sees.
Daughters of the King: Book Three The Sage Gift
Ness has been trapped in a wealthy Assyrian’s harem for three years with no hope of escape except for the help of her eunuch friend, Semir, whom she’s never seen. She remembers the God, Yahweh, of her friend Tirzah. Ness has nothing to lose. She prays to an unseen God in hopes He will hear and help. Ness spurned Finn’s love. But since the raid on their village, he has looked for her everywhere his life as a slave has taken him. The years since the attack on their village that separated them and made them both slaves have been hard, and Finn, now known as Semir, is a eunuch guard. The best thing Finn can do is help Ness escape. He dreads the moment she will discover the eunuch she has come to call friend and confidant is none other than the man she never wished to call her own. Finn has heard the stories of the unseen god of the Israelis. A God who rescues His people out of impossible situations. Would this same God listen to the call of those who are not Israeli? Finn decides to pray to the God who sees. Perhaps He will make a way when there seems to be no way out.