Sacrifices For Kingdoms
(Sacrifices for Kingdoms is the title of the second edition of “Sacrifice for a Kingdom”)
A sensual, timely, contemporary romance, about a philanthropic beauty from exotic Trinidad, a modern-day socially-conscious European Prince, and the other loves, lives, and lies, that complicate their potentially idyllic life. Sacrifices For Kingdoms begins with the warm sweetness of falling in love before becoming inflamed with passion, intrigue and danger. Shocking secrets are progressively revealed, mysteries unraveled, loyalties divided.
No Cinderella, Elizabeth is sophisticated, wealthy, and harbors life-changing secrets, including her audacious equality speeches on the inflammatory topic ‘God Has No Gender’. Her formidable quandary is how to save the two opposing Kingdoms she flabergastingly discovers she loves equally.
Not merely a figurehead, the ambitious, fun-loving, sensitive but courageous Prince Michael also has secrets, some life-threatening, all hazardous, and hides risky negotiations with mysterious “dangerous people.” Rightly beset with fears of losing the monarchy, but more afraid for her safety than his own, the besotted heir to the throne is determined, at any sacrifice, to stop her from continuing her controversial speeches, and to, honorably, learn of her mysterious haunting past.
Their profuse, vividly titillating, sometimes humorous, lovemaking, contrasts captivatingly with their involvements in serious social issues. Their lives’ journeys cross continents and cultures, places and races, failures and successes, until an assassin’s bullet hits its mark. Readers will be singing along with the romantic Prince Michael’s voicemails of songs to his beloved.
Set in the U.S.A., Europe and the Caribbean, this controversial book will have readers contemplating, loving, laughing, crying, singing, and…wondering.
“This verbal dance of ‘getting to know you’ was proving to be more rhythmically exciting than any he had ever participated in before.”
“Passion overtaking her reasoning, her ability for self-control rapidly disintegrated.”
“Feeling her pain as though it were his own, he knew he must take it away from her, or she would take herself away from him.”
“Religions – cannot divorce scientific physical fact from an intelligent belief system.”
“Only a fool questions “Who is God?” and it’s an even bigger fool who thinks he knows the answer.”
“I feel his heart beating in rhythm with mine. It’s as though we are one, my Prince and I.”