Daughter of the Nile The Loves of King Solomon #3 PDF


  • Kindle Edition
  • 105 pages
  • Daughter of the Nile The Loves of King Solomon #3
  • Jill Eileen Smith
  • English
  • 03 May 2016

10 thoughts on “Daughter of the Nile The Loves of King Solomon #3

  1. Loraine Loraine says:

    Princess Siti of Egypt is given to King Solomon by her father the pharoah in order to keep peace between their two kingdoms Siti's only desire was to marry for love Siti is whiny and annoying at first due to the fact that she left her home her family and her gods She pushes Solomon to allow her to have her gods in her section of the palace even though she knew how devoted Solomon was to Yahweh She sees her mistakes towards the end of this novella as she watches Solomon make choices that do not honor Yahweh and draw away from his deep love This was definitely an interesting book but not as well developed as her full length books


  2. Regina Regina says:

    Siti the Pharaoh's daughterAnother gem by Jill Eileen Smith This little novella is filled with delightful history and love Although most of it is based on fiction nothing can beat God's truth interwoven in these pages Jill wove a masterful story that captured me from the first page


  3. Angela Angela says:

    I genuinely enjoyed this short but interesting novella I've read several stories set in Ancient Egypt and this one included many of the details of royal life that fascinate me Siti's story is beautifully imagined and I enjoyed her romance with Solomon Despite his wisdom Solomon turned away from God allowing himself to be swayed by the women in his life Many scholars believe that his Egyptian wife had the most influence on him leading him to do whatever he could to please her Siti fits that role well


  4. Christine Dillon Christine Dillon says:

    This was my favourite of the three novellas so far There was a much richer background and the author did a good job explaining why Solomon would have married such a woman Also why he began to go off track despite his huge wisdom I particularly enjoyed the growth in understanding of Siti about Israel's God


  5. Joyce Banks Joyce Banks says:

    A change of mindWhen I saw this series were not full novels I almost did not read them I am so glad I did She has done a wonderful job of giving a peek into the life of a fascinating time in history


  6. Aneesa Aneesa says:

    I think it is safe to say that most everyone realizes that these historical Christian romances are not exactly literary triumphs However they are very sweet reads that offer gentle entertainment Well written with a good plot I’d definitely recommend to fans of this genre


  7. Janet Merrell Janet Merrell says:

    Siti was portrayed as somewhat of a brat in this novella but I still enjoyed the story I found the death of Solomon's mother especially emotional and well written


  8. Melanie Melanie says:

    Parts of this book I really liked but other parts I felt could have been done better I am most disappointed by the seen shot the two prostitutes and the baby I felt that there is so much biblical material to give this a rich retelling but it can off cold and just another decision amidst twenty others he made that day What I did like is the rich character that the author gave Bathsheda Very well done


  9. Heather Heather says:

    This has been my favourite story in The Loves of King Solomon series so far I found Siri's story interesting especially as I have always had a fascination with all things Egyptian


  10. Janelle Janelle says:

    This review appears on my blog have been a fan of Jill Eileen Smith ever since I picked up her debut novel Michal over two years ago at a book store I was intrigued with the concept of a book focusing on one of King David's wives When I heard that the author was releasing a novella series about some of King Solomon's wives I knew I had to pre order the first one I have read each of these novellas each year when they have come out And I've loved each one of themDaughter of the Nile tells the story of the Egyptian princess that Solomon marries Not much is said about her in Scripture but Smith does a good job of fleshing out a possible story for this woman that Scripture is otherwise silent on Siti is Pharaoh's daughter who is old enough to be married off but she makes a a rash vow to her mother that she will only marry the handsome wise Israelite king that she has heard a lot about However never in her wildest dreams does she believe this will actually come true until Solomon comes to negotiate and make an alliance with her father The rest of the novella deals with her adjusting to life in a new place Jerusalem and being just one of Solomon's many wivesI loved reading this from Siti's perspective Jill Eileen Smith has away of capturing the characters emotions really well Even though I disliked her stubbornness I feel like Siti's conflicts with Solomon over her Egyptian gods was realistic and not sugarcoated I also loved Siti's cat Abdukar especially how he acts as her sounding board even though he can't really talk back I also enjoyed Bathsheba's presence in the novel and the counsel that she gives to the Egyptian princessI appreciated how the author tried to deal with Solomon turning away from his faith and how Siti blames herself for it even though she wasn't the only one to blame I also appreciated the attention to detail especially when it came to the various aspects of Egyptian culture and religion even though it is only a novella I felt like the author was able to tell a compelling story without leaving out any of the important details in only 100 pages and she pulls it off almost flawlesslyOnce again Jill Eileen delivers a great story and I continue to love her writing even with each book that I read I can't wait to read the 4th and final installment in this novella series because it will be about the ueen of Sheba which should be very interesting I loved the richness of the details and plot and I really loved getting to know the characters I am giving this novella 45 Stars


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