Daughter of the King by Carlene Havel

 ImagePrincess Michal was the youngest daughter of Saul, the first king of
Israel.  In an age when fathers arranged marriages, Michal dared to fall in
love with a handsome young musician named David, from the little town of
Bethlehem.  As recounted in the Bible, Michal helped David escape from her
insanely jealous father.  King Saul punished his daughter with forced
marriage to a distant war lord.  Princess Michal unexpectedly returns from
seven years of exile to find a changed world. Most of her relatives are
dead.  David has become King of Judea.  He has acquired six additional
wives, one of whom is a princess from Geshur. Michal longs to have a son to
reign over Israel and reestablish the rule of King Saul’s heirs.   But each
royal wife has hopes of placing her own son on the throne.  Can Princess
Michal’s love for King David survive war, madness, infidelity, and betrayal?

Sample Reviews from Amazon:

“This book is reminiscent of The Red Tent. It is well written, descriptive
and intriguing. Ms. Havel and Ms. Faucheux did an amazing job of
storytelling and weaving the past into an extremely interesting read.” –
Victoria Pitts Caine

“This is a powerful story….This book will leave the reader thinking about
it long after the final page and deserves a solid 5 stars.”   – Fiction with
Flair Reviews “Stephenia McGee”

Purchase Links – Kindle:  http://goo.gl/5WLKj
                 Nook:    http://goo.gl/ANSna

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