Pregnant, widowed, and in hiding, Queen Anne is reliant on a small band of loyal musketeers to protect her as enemies close in from all directions. But do they have a traitor in their midst?
In an attempt to stay one step ahead of the assassins bent on Her Majesty’s destruction, d’Artagnan joins his mentor, Athos, on a dangerous mission that will test both men’s endurance and strength of will to the limit. Failure means the death of all their friends, and d’Artagnan is not prepared to lose his new family so soon after losing his old one.
Gripping and dramatic, The Queen’s Musketeers: Book 2 explores themes of loyalty and honor in a world where the motto of the day is “every man for himself.”
Author’s note: This book contains graphic depictions of sex and violence, and includes descriptions of self-injury with religious connotations. It is intended for an adult readership.