The Beast Of Camelot
"Lilith, my queen." The king says without emotion. The queen lies on a bed, her dark hair matted and stuck to her pillow. Sweat covers her face, and she is pale. There is blood-stained sheets and blankets on the floor near her feet. She is covered in fresh blankets to keep her warm. The king looks down at her in disgust. "Lilith, you are more ill than the last time." The king mutters. The queen's eyes turn to the far wall, she can't look at him.
"It was far worse this time around, my king." The queen says barely above a whisper. "I have failed you, and for that, I deserve this death."
"Was it a boy?" The king asks, staring at her pitiful, frail body.
"Aye, my king, a boy!" Says a nursemaid as she comes through the door, her clothes covered in dried blood. "He was presumed to be dead, my king." The nursemaid folds her hands and looks down. "But I myself, your majesty worked hard to make sure his young highness would survive." The king looks from his frail wife to the nursemaid at the door.
"The prince lives then?" The king asks in excitement.
"Aye, Your majesty has an heir." The nursemaid sighs in content.
"Lilith, you shall die knowing that you have finally pleased me."The king states as he looks at his dying wife. "Our boy lives!" The king shouts in excitement. "Prince Tedmund, the heir to the throne of Camelot!"
In this new twist of the story of Camelot, the fair lady Guinevere never existed. Arthur did not keep his rule over Camelot, and Lancelot was much more than just a knight.
*This book may contain graphic descriptions of violence, war and sexual situations. This book has been marked as Mature.