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Daughter of Troy: A Magnificent Saga of Courage, Betrayal, Devotion, and… (original 1998; edition 2002)
Daughter of Troy by Sarah B. Franklin (1998)
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The rightful-born queen of Lyrnessos, Briseis watched helplessly from the battlements as her husband and brothers were crushed by the invincible army of King Agamemnon. Taken into slavery, the proud, beautiful seer became the prize of Prince Achilles, the conquering Greeks' mightiest hero. But passion forged chains stronger than any iron, binding the hearts of captive and captor with a love that knew no equal, and when Troy fell, great Achilles promised his beloved Briseis would reign at his side as queen of Thessaly. Yet the jealousy of a ruthless king and the whims of the capricious deities would deny the lovers their happiness. As the flames of war rose higher around them, the prophetess vowed to save the beloved warrior for whom her dark gift foretold doom -- even if it meant defying the gods themselves.
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Two heroes of ancient Greece fight over a beautiful widow during the Trojan War. She is Queen Briseis, enslaved by Prince Achilles after he conquered her kingdom, killing her husband, but King Agamemnon also covets her. Fortunately for Achilles she has fallen in love with him. A debut in fiction.
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