Call Her Queen Hatshepsut

Call Her Queen Hatshepsut

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Dapharoah69 is more than erotica. Having made a name for himself with The King of Erotica and Some Men Wear Panties, surprisingly he hangs up erotica to deliver his first full novel. Many thought his first novel would be the raunchiness he's known for. Others that have compared him to the likes of E Lynn Harris and Zane figured he'd write a book similar to Zane's Addicted. He has surprised his editor, Kevin McNeir, and his fans with a haunting story of one mother's scandal and scorn as she uses her handsome son as a pawn to get back at his father. He successfully tells the story of a transvestite. Call Her Queen Hatshepsut Excerpt: When I was seven years old, Mama and I showered together. I have never before viewed her naked body. I was curious so I asked her, Mama, what are those? Breasts, she said. You have them too. Why don't they stick out? I asked, careful not to get the plastic cap covering my perm wet. Because you're a child. You have to go through puberty. And what is that? I asked, pointing to the bushy area of her hips. A penis. A penis, Mama? She smiled. Yes. And what do I have? She pinched the little thing hanging from my groin. A vagina... Synopsis: Chess is a competitive game between two players. Each piece has its own style of moving. But what happens when a deranged woman tricks two lovers into playing the game of their lives? Hatshepsut is a confused woman. She treats people the way she wants to be treated using an eight-by-eight grid of hope and empathy. The only things missing from her life is love and the sixteen pieces it's comprised of. It's missing because she was born a man. Avarice James, Hatshepsut's mother, is an embattled plastic surgeon content on getting what she wants. Deeply rooted by the 64 squares of wickedness, two people she loved the most has castled her before she moved a pawn...the king, Kayak Burke, her son's father and her biggest rival, the rook, Rosa James, her identical twin sister. Rosa has always turned Avarice's existence into a horrid checkmate. She dressed like her, spoke her dialogue, and tarnished Avarice's reputation to achieve the unconscionable. Desperate, Rosa moves a pawn, trapping Kayak in a lustful game of sex that leads her and Avarice into unwanted pregnancies. When Avarice diagonally moves the queen across white squares, taking a bishop and Rosa castles across black squares, taking a knight, Avarice does something so explosive that it inevitably turns Rosa, Kayak, and the death of his son into the pawns they truly are. Avarice masters the game with skill and patience...She brainwashes her son, disguises him as a girl and names him Hatshepsut. Any memory of Rosa and Kayak has been eradicated...until the time is right! This account extends all racial barriers. If you have ever loved, been betrayed and lost a child this harrowing story will open your heart and cause you to search your soul and question your faith. Call her Queen Hatshepsut: Check mate!
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  • Hardback | 364 pages
  • 160.02 x 231.14 x 35.56mm | 703.06g
  • Morrisville, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 0557200865
  • 9780557200863

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