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Valley of The Gods by Joan C. Guyll
  

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Valley of The Gods by Joan C. Guyll

A 21st Century virgin, Lea meets a prince, Raj, from a remote village in the Greater Himalayas. Caught up in the whirlwind romance, she was unaware that she had been chosen as an experiment for a cure to the genetic interbreeding defects of his remote village. Raj's people were descendants from the soldiers of Alexander the Great. His fight to reinstate their former glory turns him not only against his chosen mate, but against his own people who will not defile the purity of their caste and their own violent God, Jamlu. In a sinister twist, their newborn child is chosen to be the sacrificial lamb for Jamlu and Lea is forced to escape her living hell as she ventures into the harsh wilderness of Zanskar, on the Indo-Tibetan border. Barely escaping an avalanche, she emerged a changed woman and confident single mother, having gone through the fires of betrayal, loss and love.

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Publication date

1st October 2006

Author

Joan C. Guyll

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
490 pages

Categories

Romance

ISBN

9781847281555

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