The Traitor's Daughter
When Elizabeth Ledford was ten years old, her father was wrongly accused of committing treason against the crown. He was arrested and labeled as a traitor, then promptly executed. Elizabeth was forced to watch her father die, and had to face the wrath of those who framed him.
Nine years after her father's death, Elizabeth returns to the court of King Owen, the man who had her father killed, although he knew that he was innocent. She pretends to be the daughter of a woman who taught her what really happened to her father, and convinced her to enact revenge on those who helped to frame her father.
Elizabeth embarks on a dark journey, unsure of what to expect, but believing that she'll be able to dispose of all those who wronged her and her family. Along the way, she make unexpected allies, meets old friends, and finds out just how much revenge she can handle without losing her mind.