In the midst of a storm conjured by a witch's wind Anne Neville's story is only just beginning. Second daughter of England's most powerful noble, Anne's childhood was lived in the shadows surrounded by bloody civil war and overpowered by her elder sister. When her fathers ploys to make her sister queen fail Anne finds herself pushed into the light. Exiled in France and married to a forgotten prince, at fourteen Anne becomes the start of a new rebellion to overthrow the king her father had so keenly sat upon the throne. Taught to be a queen by the fearless Margaret of Anjou Anne sails back to England to claim her new powers only to find herself fatherless and widowed. Pitied by the king she once called friend, Anne is taken into the care of the kings brother; but he is not her safety, he is her prison. Anne's inheritance hangs in the balance pushed towards the holy life Anne makes her escape, falling into the arms of the kind Duke of Gloucester, a childhood friend, who would one day become the villainous Richard III. In a court surrounded by murder and deceit Anne has to find her way. With a watchful eye on the queen she named witch and the king she feared to call friend, and only her own ambitions pushing her forward; Anne fails to notice the evil rising beside her, for her saviour is just as deadly as her capturer.