The Pharaoh's Passion

Jack Greene
The Pharaoh's Passion
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Release Date
October 2013
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance

An Egyptian pharaoh is betrayed by a jealous priestess and his soul banished to a precious jewel, forever lost until his tomb is discovered.

Can archaeologist Ryan figure out the mystery of the jewel in order to restore the handsome pharaoh to life?

Book Review by Robyn Elliot (author,reviewer)
Jan 04, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
215 people found the following review helpful
I really enjoyed THE PHARAOH'S PASSION. It was well written, certainly, which helps, of course! But there was something else to the whole tale of passionate pharaohs and sexual awakening.

This story doesn't mess about; it's an erotic tale and there's plenty of well-written rude bits, exploring the ins and outs, the ups and downs, so to speak, of main protagonist Ryan's awakening to another side of his sexuality that, hitherto, has been as dormant as the dead pharaoh himself. Speaking of which, great idea to use the backdrop of ancient Egypt. There's something incredibly sensuous about that ancient culture, that contains an allure and erotic mysticism unique to it.

The story moves quickly, focusing as it does on Ryan, who was crushing badly on his closest friend. However, things take an unpredictable turn, to say the least, when Ryan carries an ancient relic with him wherever he goes. This in turn exudes an influence over Ryan in relation to his sexuality and sexual preferences. Sexual adventures ensue which are cleverly and rather rudely written, and would make a nun blush; hurrah! The pharaoh himself proves no disappointment as he seeks renewed corporeal existence through the influence of the relic and Ryan's own increasing awareness that something -- or someone -- is changing his life.

If considerably attractive pharaohs are your thing, this one's for you. That's not to detract from the pleasure of spinning on top of a pyramid, of course, although less eye-watering. Osiris, Anubis and Rah should watch out, because Sened is one rocking sex god.
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