After all the challenges, Arius, the Pharaoh of Egypt, has won. And being loved dearly by his people for his sense of equality and his desire to follow in the footsteps of the greatest Kings, Egypt reaches its peak of prosperity under his rule. With Alexandra standing by his side, and his children giving him confidence, things seem to be just fine for Arius.
Then along comes Egypt’s greatest enemy, the King of Thieves. Returning to Egypt for the first time after Arius had chased him out, this rogue has some horrible plans for the next victim he bumps into... a playful, kind and beautiful young girl who happens to be the Princess of Egypt and Pharaoh Arius’ eldest daughter, Amunet.
But when Amunet manages a humorous escape from the killer, a potential death becomes the total opposite as their two lives come together and they start falling for one another.
And when Arius finds out, he has two options. To be a hypocrite, get his daughter away from this man and then kill him... or to let their forbidden love last, and have everyone be destroyed by neighboring countries who want this thief’s head as much as Arius does.
***** Sequel to The Prince and His Slave *****