Potiphar's Wife
Potiphar's Wife

Potiphar's Wife

A Novel


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The drama of the Old Testament comes to life as one of the Bible's most infamous women tries to survive the world of men in this riveting novel from the award-winning author of Isaiah's Legacy. Before she is Potiphar's wife, Zuleika is a king's daughter on the isle of Crete, where the sisterhood of women rules in the absence of their seafaring husbands. Now that she's come of age, Zuleika knows she will soon be betrothed. Her father believes his robust trade with Egypt will ensure Pharaoh's obligation to marry his daughter. But Pharaoh refusses and gives her instead to Potiphar, the captain of his bodyguards--a crusty bachelor twice her age, who would rather have a new horse than a young wife. Abandoned by her father, rejected by Pharaoh, and humiliated by Potiphar's indifference, Zuleika resolves to win the affection of Joseph, their Hebrew chief steward, who has the face and body of the gods. But when her obsession goes terribly wrong, she discovers the truth: Only the God of Joseph can heal her wounded heart.


ISBN: 9780593193761
Producer: Waterbrook Multnomah
Product Code: 10083348
Dimensions: 140 x 211 mm
Product type: Paperback
Number of pages: 400
Release Date: 24.05.2022

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