I have never read a more interesting account of the story of Joseph than Dreamers. It starts in Egypt, before Joseph even arrived. It follows a certain young woman named Tuya who is sold into the house of Potiphar as a slave. She becomes Joseph's guide throughout the estate, sort of like his shadow woman, and eventually, his love interest.
But trouble comes when Sagira, a former friend of Tuya's becomes Potiphar's wife. Hunt comes up with an interesting reason behind her wanting to seduce Joseph.
Hunt has once again covered all her bases research-wise. The plot is interesting and has several surprises. The characters are pretty good, and even better when compared to other Biblical fiction characters.
All in all, this book is worth reading.