In the Scotia Novel:
Uneasy rests the head that wears a crown:
Bordered by the Cruithne to the northeast, the Dalriada Scotti to the northwest, and the Angles to the east, Rhydderch's kingdom leads a precarious existence. For the good of his realm and his own survival, the king must be both the "bright and shining hero" known to history and a prince who would stun even Machiavelli with his machinations.
Languoreth, wife of Rhydderch Hael, has yet to produce an heir for the kingdom of Strathclyde but because of his love for her the king refuses to set her aside. Or is the true reason the blood ties she has to the other British kingdoms? Granddaughter of Urien Rheged, she has cousins who reign in Elmet, South Rheged, and Gwynedd. Will the day come when Rhydderch has to choose between his need for an heir and the political ties his wife provides?
Zone : History
Through the Lens
Rhiannon ferch Gwrgi
Artgal map Rhun
Gwenfron ferch Tutugal
Cyfwlch map Tutgual
All For One: Tales of the Musketeers - Out of Print
Jun 24, 2018 04:05 pmBeautiful and moving! Bravo!
Aug 10, 2016 03:54 amA poignant insight into the mind of a ruler!
Mar 28, 2012 08:24 am