Ahmose

by LB Keen

Published Jan 01, 2020 by

Price: $0.99

(Price last checked: 11/03/2020, 6:59 PM)

4 out of 5 on Amazon with 66 ratings
Stricken with the affects of a virus that was unleashed on their people they escaped to our world and have lived among us, some even taking the name of our gods. Kemet, an ancient group of warrior who've lived on our planet for ions.

Ahmose has been asleep for a century since his beloved wife died in his arms. As a Kehmet warrior, his only choice was to hold a blade within his heart and be laid to rest in the catacombs beneath his home. When he awakens in a metal box disoriented and lost, he escapes into the dark midnight sea. Lacking Mana, he calls out only to find himself staring into the dark-brown eyes of a young woman.

Rachael had one desire when she planned a trip after her last semester of graduate school, and that was to go Sardinia, Italy and enjoy a romantic getaway with her boyfriend. When he sends her a text stating that they should take a break, she spends her first night drinking at a bar while she cries her disappointment into glasses of expensive wine.

Rachael doesn't know the first thing about the stranger that she finds in her bed, only that he's an unneeded distraction on her "man-hate” vacation, and that there are some dangerous people after him.

Will they survive the evil force that's chasing them? Or will they be captured before they can explore the intense passion between them?

***If you've read CURSE OF THE GODS SERIES by Jaymine Eve and Jane Washington or the CHILDREN OF THE GODS PARANORMAL ROMANCE SERIES by I.T. Lucas, get ready to fall in love with AHMOSE! ****

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