Roxanne was your typical graduate student just trying to make ends meet. While studying for her finals, she falls asleep and wakes up the next day in 338B.C., wearing clothes that aren’t hers, halfway across the world from where she started.
She’s on her way to Persepolis, the ancient metropolis of Persia, as a concubine gifted to the king. When she arrives, the king takes an instant liking to her, and she can’t deny the animal magnetism between them.
But she must, because if there’s one thing she’s learned over the years of Hollywood influence, it’s that you don’t mess with the timeline. EVER.
Roxanne just wanted to get home. To her own time, with her own bed. Her old life. But when she realizes she’s stuck in ancient Persia, she takes matters into her own hands, taking on the task given to her by the gods themselves. But as each day goes by, she falls deeper and deeper in love with the charming king who has decided to make her his queen.
When her task is complete, and her time is up, will she still want to return home? Or will Persia and its king wrap themselves around her and become home for this wild and free-spirited woman?