Patricia Simpson is described by reviewers as “a premier writer of supernatural romance.” Author of numerous paranormal novels, she is inspired by science, paranormal phenomena, and archeological discoveries, and consistently garners superior ratings and awards for unusual heroes and unpredictable plots. Simpson has been called “a master at keeping suspense going on a multitude of levels,” and a “masterful storyteller.” From Egyptian lords that shape-shift into black panthers to Scottish time-travelers who step out of computers, Simpson entertains readers while pushing the envelope in paranormal suspense. Her new trilogy, THE FORBIDDEN TAROT, goes further than anything she’s written before. This series explores a new world history and impending planetary disaster. Already some reviewers have called the first book in this series, THE DARK LORD, a “true gift to her readers,” and a “lulu of a story.” Patricia’s favorite writing arenas are the Pacific Coast, the deep South, 18th century in America and Great Britain, ancient Egypt, Pacific Northwest Native Americans, and anything that goes bump in the night. She has a BA in Art from the University of Washington, two daughters, and a retreagle named Berkeley.
Lord of the Nileby Patricia Simpson
Karissa Spencer is an up-and-coming artist who has made a name for herself sculpting cats. House cats, tigers, lions--but most of all sleek black panthers. She is driven to mold the beautiful black animal because as a teenager, she saw something horrible happen in an ancient Egyptian temple while a huge black panther watched, his tail flicking across the sand. And
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Karissa Spencer is an up-and-coming artist who has made a name for herself sculpting cats. House cats, tigers, lions--but most of all sleek black panthers. She is driven to mold the beautiful black animal because as a teenager, she saw something horrible happen in an ancient Egyptian temple while a huge black panther watched, his tail flicking across the sand. And ever since, she can't get the image of the cat out of her mind.
Although Karissa has a photographic memory, she can't remember anything else that occurred that fateful day. Many psychiatrists have tried to draw it out, but the truth lies hidden...
...Until an elegant Egyptian man dressed entirely in black comes to her studio to ask her to help him find the long-lost temple where her father was last seen. The moment Mr. Asher appears in her life, Karissa is swept into a world of secrets, danger and love.
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Wonderful story, held my breath through most of it and found myself pleasently surprised at the end. Eagerly awaiting The Lost Goddess to read more about the Spencers and Egypt.
Just wish the writer created Asher with more emotion.
This was an amazing read. A love story set amongst the romantic history of egypt and its true legends. The authors knowledge of egypts history with a love story make you beleive in our history and love. Nicely done.
Good Story, Fun read. I liked this story it was a fun read and I will be looking forward to reading Patricia Simpson again.