“I don’t know which is worse, being a King or being in love… Galahad cannot decide what he wants from me. Torvec has an agenda I cannot begin to understand – he’s a dragon – how do I understand a dragon? Not only that but the nightmares left to me courtesy of The Lady’s allies are preventing me from… Preventing me from being able to…
Why am I so alone?”
Holt’s cry of frustration and grief are just a small part of the burdens he has to carry. He and his family continue to race south, through unknown lands, in an attempt to escape The Lady and her long tendrils of influence. In the process they meet new fey, make new deals and find a wife. Both men, the only ones who can see Camelot and Albion safe far into the future, learn more about burdens of responsibility through the forging fires of loss and pain.
Will they ever resolve how they feel about each other? And if they don’t, will Camelot and Albion be doomed to The Lady’s authority? Can the Pendragon and du Lac family legacies hold strong during their trials?
This is book two in the series which follows the next generation of heroes from the hugely successful Knights of Camelot books. The legacy that began with Lancelot and the Wolf.