Unexpectedly, Deirdre's ambitions shatter. She is ordered to accompany her older sister Nia to learn the manners and feminine wiles of court life.
Then crisis hits Camelot. Allegiances are challenged. Perceptions change. A prophecy foretelling the fall of King Arthur threatens to become reality.
As danger threatens everywhere Deirdre learns castle life is more than sewing and gossip. She quickly discovers the pitfalls of entertaining amorous knights. She becomes embroiled in ruthless plot that takes her far from all she knows and tests her once thwarted ambitions to confront life bravely.
About the author
Glynis Cooney grew up in Brooklyn, New York, infatuated with the Arthurian legends. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, she lived and worked in the British Isles, making her first trip to Wales where the seed for the Daughter of Camelot was planted. She is an English teacher in Massachusetts.