1645. Naseby, England.
Baroness De Meaux lives a comfortable life and is content with where she fits into the hierarchy of society. She was groomed for the story she’s telling but several things set her apart from everyone around her.
When her mother passes away suddenly, the visions she hides from the world—the ones that show her the future—force their way to the surface. And when she’s faced with the impossible, it leaves her questioning just how far apart her two contradicting worlds really are from another.
Can Margaret make peace with her past and what she assumes is her imagination? Or will she give into the myths from her childhood to shape the future?
Through it all, Margaret knows one truth is universal: trust is hard-won and easily broken when you don’t know who’s on your side.