The second novel in the series about women of the early House of Normandy, Treachery is the story of Sprota the Breton.
Saved by William Longsword, Poppa and Hrólfr's son, from a violent attack, Sprota finds her livelihood up in smoke. She leaves Brittany and follows William to Rouen, where she tries to establish her business. But her budding relationship with William sees her ostracised, and he moves her to Fécamp, where she becomes his wife in more danico, and where, in August 932, she gives birth to William's heir, Richard.
But ten years later, when William is betrayed and her son's life is in danger, Sprota must agree to a pact to keep Richard safe. But the vultures are gathering...
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