Prince of Israel Series on Kindle Vella features twelve fictional princes modeled after the Princes of Israel mentioned in the Old Testament in the book of Numbers, Chapter One verses five-fifteen.
Allow me to introduce my character, Gamaliel (Leo), the Prince of Manasseh!
At the beginning of the story, Leo is naïve, childlike and trusting, with no real-world experience.
Basically, he needs to grow up!
In the book Prince of Israel Series on Kindle Vella, he starts off nervous to go to the Tribute Festival. He think he won’t know anyone, won’t know where to go, what to do, who to talk to, and wants to back out of his responsibilities as Prince of Manasseh. Until he and his cousin rescue two college-age girls whose car broke down on the side of the road.
Esther is also eighteen, recently graduated high school, and is excited to attend the Tribute Festival for the first time. She and her sister, Talia just wanted to have fun and meet guys. Instead, their car broke down and they were picked up on the side of the road by a couple of princes. Not how they expected to spend the festival.
Thus begins a potential romance between Leo and Esther. You’ll have to read the book to watch how that plays out.
A little more about Leo: he is barely 18 years old, lives in modern-day Nablus, West Bank, and is mentored by his cousin Elishama (Shama), the Prince of Ephraim. Shama has been warned not to corrupt his cousin by taking him out partying. But that’s a story for a different day.
You can meet Leo and Esther, Shama and Talia, and all the other characters, now in the Prince of Israel Series on Kindle Vella.