Lady of the Two Lands
by Elizabeth Delisi
One minute, Hattie is in a museum, sketching Hatshepsut's gold necklace, first female Pharaoh of Egypt; and the next, she's sent back in time to ancient Egypt. Soon, Hattie learns three things: She's become Hatshepsut, the heir to the thone wants her dead, and she's falling hopelessly in love with Senemut, Hetshepsut's steward. What's an obscure artist from Chicago to do as Egypt's crowned ruler?