The Pope's Daughter
Pope Alexander VI is the loathed Pontifex Maximus, the Holy Father of the Catholic Church. however, rumours describe him as no better than the devil himself. It is a known fact the libertinous Pope fathered children before the papacy, and kept them under his protection his whole life. Lucrezia Borgia is one of them; his most beloved daughter, his pride and joy, she sees her father going from Cardinal to Pope. Pompously introduced to the secret walls of the Holy Roman Church, a world of corruption, plots and devils, young Lucrezia very quickly learns that religion and sin walk hand-to-hand on the beautiful Renaissance era of Rome.