When the King of Nasria dies, the fight for succession between his sons begins. Only one prince can claim the throne and he must kill his half brothers in order to do so.
Seneca, the third of five brothers, has every intention of claiming the throne. With their father’s ailing health, it seems only a matter of time for this to happen. But there is one brother who would present a challenging problem.
Ephram, the youngest brother and Nasria’s champion War Lord, has come back from the front line and set to undermine Seneca in every way. He plays the succession game with no regards to the rules, all except one. A promise he had made to Seneca when they were teenagers.
"I will have you on your knees."
Not if Seneca has anything to say about it.
(Can be read as a standalone)
- Part 2 of For the Crown
Bookmarked by Kilulu_lilly
11 Aug 2021