Fate of the Crown by Paul J Bennett (Heir to the Crown Book 5)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 904 KB
Fate of the Crown : From lonely little girl… to the people’s princess.
She is the last hope of a kingdom crushed under the heel of tyranny.
At first alone in the world, everything changed the day she met Gerald; once a forgotten old warrior, now the General of her army.
the aid of those willing to sacrifice their lives for the cause of good,
she prepares to wage war against her brother, a king more corrupt than
even her dead father.
All her life has led up to this.
Now, they seek to unite the ancient races in a desperate race to win the crown before the Dark Queen enslaves them all.
Fate of the Crown is the fifth book in the Heir to the Crown medieval fantasy series. If you like unexpected twists, chuckling under your breath, and shedding the occasional tear, then you will love Paul J Bennett’s tale of a princess who fights for her people.
Seize your copy of Fate of the Crown, and watch the battle unfold!
New to the series? Meet Gerald Matheson, the steadfast warrior in ‘Heir to the Crown: Book One, Servant of the Crown’, available in eBook & paperback.
Other books in the series:
Servant of the Crown
Sword of the Crown
Mercerian Tales: Stories of the Past
Heart of the Crown
Shadow of the Crown
“Why ever not, Robert?” asked his wife. “Surely the task is not so onerous?”
“I’m afraid events in the capital have spiralled out of control.”
“How so, Father?”
“It seems King Henry has seen fit to arrest and execute Princess Anna and her people.” He waited, watching their faces as the news sank in.
“Cousin Beverly!” cried out Aubrey.
“I’m afraid so,” he replied. “Word is that all the Knights of the Hound have been executed for treason. I’ve no doubt that Baron Fitzwilliam will be arrested as well. I suspect that even as we speak, a delegation is being sent to Bodden.”
“Uncle Richard would never conspire against the king,” declared Aubrey. “Surely there’s a mistake?”
“I’m afraid not, Aubrey. While King Andred might have been willing to accept the queen’s bastard child, it appears his heir, King Henry, is not.”
“Is Aubrey in danger?” asked Lady Mary.
“I hope not,” said the baron. “Before I left my position I used my privilege to search through the Royal records. Any record of her working for the Royal Mage has been purged. There is nothing left to link her to the conspirators.”
“What if someone confessed?” asked Lady Mary, her voice rising in pitch. “She could be arrested.”