The Pharaoh's Concubine
- Narrated by: Noah Michael Levine
- Length: 8 hrs and 14 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 13-03-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
He finds out when a rival gang kidnaps him in a turf war everyone s sure to lose. Mosko unleashes deadly force, leaving no one alive except for a young man whose dark eyes tug at Dylan s heart and the conscience he thought he'd excised long ago.
Though he tried to stop the kidnapping, William Memo Escobar knows Mosko will use what s left of him to send a powerful message to his rivals. When Mosko's pampered pretty boy risks everything to help him escape, he can't believe his luck.
William figures he's better suited to life off the grid, but as the days go by he begins to realize Dylan's beauty is more than skin deep. And as Dylan coaxes more and more beguiling smiles from William, he yearns for things like family ties he'd thought were best forgotten.
Yet behind their newfound happiness lurks the certain knowledge that no matter how careful they are, Mosko will come for what s his.
Warning: This book contains a mob boss, a kept man, and a reluctant kidnapper who will never have to hear the words, "Size doesn't matter."
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By Heather on 19-07-17
An all time favorite
Z.A. has created a wonderful story with many creative twists. it might even bring a tear to your eye. this is by far my favorite Z.A. Maxfield story
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By Kristina on 08-08-18
Five stars? Gah! Hardly!
I’m sitting here wondering how it’s possible that I listened to the same audiobook as those who rated this as a five. I was very interested in the plot and for the first 3 chapters, I was good (although the narration wasn’t good - sounded like it was recorded in a non-professional setting). After that, it went downhill fast. The actions and the reactions of the main characters was completely unbelievable. The writing - well I like this author and I wondered if maybe it was a very early book or if someone submitted it under their name.