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One minute, Hattie Williams is in a museum, sketching a gold necklace that belonged to Hatshepsut, first female Pharaoh of Egypt; and the next, she's lying in a room too archaic to be the museum, with a breathtakingly handsome, half-naked man named Senemut bending over her.

Hattie soon discovers she's been thrust into the body and life of Hatshepsut, with no way back to her
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published 2005 by Amber Quill Press
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Barb
Mar 23, 2011 Barb rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
When your life is your job and your job is your life, you think little of pouring your heart and soul into a project. Little did she know that is exactly what this project would require.
Harriet (Hattie) Williams is an artist. Her current assignment is providing illustrations for a manuscript about Hatshepsut, the first woman to rule ancient Egypt as Pharaoh. As Hattie works in the Egyptian exhibit room, after the museum is closed for the day, she becomes frustrated because, try as she might, she
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Petula
Jan 26, 2015 Petula rated it it was amazing

This is certainly time travel with a difference.
Hattie is an artist. She is working in the Egyptian section of the museum drawing the various artifacts. One is a necklace with hieroglyphics, Her world falls away when she touches it.
Hatsheput is the regent to the boy Pharaoh. For a modern woman to be thrust so far back in time, into a different body is quite traumatic. Without the help of the tutor Senemut Hattie would be completely lost. She makes him her chief advisor which angers the High Pri
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Tami
Apr 14, 2008 Tami rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Harriet Williams (Hattie) is an artist from Chicago. She gets a job creating illustrations for the Museum's Egyptian curator Thomas Harris' new book about Ancient Egypt. The illustrations are progressing quite well except for the face of Hatshepsut, a female Pharaoh. In order to get her in the right frame of mind Thomas allows Hattie access to an ancient necklace that once belonged to Hatshepsut. However, upon touching the necklace, Hattie is transported to Ancient Egypt where she must pretend s ...more
Mohammad Khan.ch.
dear Delisi,



I hope that it is a good book and very well written by Delisi who is a great writer of America.


I shall congratulate her on her brilliant success. May God keep her on the right path.


regards and love,

yours,

khan.waiting!!!!!!!!!peace to all.""
Kim Cox
Jun 13, 2015 Kim Cox rated it it was amazing
This is the best time travel romance I've ever read. Elizabeth Delisi is also an excellent mystery author. Her novels draw you in and keep you planted to your seat until the end. Get a copy for yourself, you'll be happy you did. I will read all her books.
Ashley Ladd
Feb 09, 2008 Ashley Ladd rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: romance and time-travel readers
Shelves: books-i-loved
Gripping paranormal romance. I love time-travels and this is one of the best I've read. The author's love of ancient Egypt shines through and brings the time to life.
Juliana
Apr 27, 2011 Juliana rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Elizabeth Delisi has wanted to be a writer since she was in first grade, and probably would have written in the womb if she could have convinced her mother to swallow a pencil. But life hasn't always gone the way she planned, and on her road to publication she worked as a motel maid, waitress, secretary, administrative aide, substitute teacher, and newspaper reporter.

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