4.056 out of 5 from 27 votes
For no apparent reason, fifteen-year-old Yuri Suzuki is suddenly snatched out of her modern world by a pair of hands emerging out of the water. She is transported back to Hattusa, the Hittite Empire's capitol, during the time of the Bronze Age; its queen, Nakia, wishes to use Yuri has a human sacrifice. The only way Yuri can survive is by becoming the concubine to the Prince of the Empire, and Ishtar to the people of the Empire. With danger at every turn and her heart torn, will Yuri decide to stay in Hattusa, or try to find her way back home?
Both story involves a modern heroine being transport to ancient worlds and become "goddess" to the people there. Both have plenty of romance triangles with royalties and both are full of historical references.
Both these series are about a girl that are transported back in time. Both of those girls are seen as a God by the people because they know things that hasn't happened yet or things that will happen or they know how to build things. The two main countries that the focus are most on is Hattusa and Egypt in both of them. These two series are very similar to each other, but there are still enough things that makes them different so it won't be boring reading the other one after reading one of them. If you enjoyed one of these two, then I strongly recomend you to read the other one.