She was the Queen of England, wife of "mad" King George III. But neither her king, her country, nor her lover knew … SHE WAS OF AFRICAN DESCENT!
In this sweeping portrait of one of England's most unexplored yet beloved queens, award-winning writer Tina Andrews (Sally Hemings, An American Scandal) combines meticulous research with her adept mastery for "connecting historical
dots." Her new novel boldly imagines the aristocratic intrigue, sexual deviance, and family dysfunction in the odyssey of Charlotte Sophia (1744–1818) whose ethnicity has remained a disputed and controversial secret for three centuries.