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The Curse of Nefertiti Hardcover – March 8, 2009
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Kayla is a notary who handles residential loan closings in Phoenix. But her soul is much older than her physical body, and it lived millennia ago, in Egypt, where her mother was Isis. Kayla is the reincarnation of Queen Nefertiti.
Kayla’s life on this earth finds its purpose when she meets her soul mate, Italian businessman Paolo in a Phoenix nightclub—he’s rich, handsome, charming—he possesses every quality of the classic romance hero. But that’s not all. She soon discovers they share much more than their love of Italian cuisine and an undeniable attraction. They’ve been together before—thousands of years before.
When Kayla’s grandmother has a stroke, he flies her to New York on his private plane. Thankfully, Grams is recovering nicely.
Grams tells Kayla that a woman brought her and left her for Grams to care for. The woman also robbed her of all her memories.
With this revelation she learns that her whole life has been a lesson.
She has images of standing on the shores of the Nile, her marriage to Akhenaten, the Goddess Sekhmet, her guardian and benefactor.
But her archenemy Kiya has given Akhenaten a son, Tutankhamen, and she nurtures him as her own.
Of course a past life as Nefertiti has its complications. Khentamenti is an evil God who seeks to destroy her.
Isis gives her an agonizing choice to make. This will change her destiny forever. Will she choose to stay in the present and marry Paolo, the love of her life, or fulfill her destiny in ancient Egypt?
I won’t spoil any more of it for you—read the story and be transported through time to ancient Egypt, which makes our lives in the third millennium look simple by comparison.
--Diana Rubino, Author of A Necessary End, [...]
On a very ordinary night out with her friends, Kayla meets an Italian man named Paulo, who captures her attention in a big way. She cannot shake the feeling that she has known him intimately before, even though she knows they have never met. They go to his palatial home and indulge in very romantic and passionate sex. The intensity of their burning desire is like no normal person would experience and they cannot get enough of one another.
Eventually they realize they are the reincarnated persona of Nefertiti and her murdered husband, Akhenaten, whom history blames for a bloody revolution. Kayla is given a choice--stay with the love of her life, or go back in time to her country and make things right.
I don't usually read paranormal fiction, but I enjoyed this story. It's entertaining and well written, and although the sex scenes may have been a little overdone, they were very tastefully portrayed.
*I was given a copy of this novel by the author in exchange for an honest review*
I enjoyed The Curse of Nefertiti from start to finish. There is never a dull moment in the entire book.
I hated putting down the story to attend to other duties, for I was eager to know what would happen next.
Ms. Ratcliff writes with simplicity and class, blending the lives of her characters from the present to the past. The relationship described between the lovers is of fiery passion, told with detail and class, whether in their present lives or in the past of ancient Egypt. Charline Ratcliff’s characters come to life with the flow of her narrative, which allows us to visualise her characters in detail, be it Queen Nefertiti or Kayla, an Egyptian deity, who is the heroin and narrator of the story.
For lovers of ancient Egyptian History, you will appreciate the accuracy with which the author describes the people, their costumes and customs, and places involved.
I highly recommend The Curse of Nefertiti to anyone looking for a fantastic novel, of reincarnation, taking us back from our present day world to past glories.
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