A Tetralogy of Tales6 books in series
The Princess of Selgovae and the High King Publisher's Summary
The age of the princess of Selgovae is not known by her name, but by the name of the high king who loved her. Arthurian legends are the supreme sagas of all time, surviving the maze of centuries, inspiring nobility, and hope for a future utopia of like grandeur.
In them are found examples of exceptional goodness and abysmal wickedness. Chivalry and love abound, as do the contrasts of barbarism and seduction. There are tales of courageous faith, rousing us to gallantry - and stories of the occult, fearfully warning of depths to which men and angels fall.
Still, the story line is, at times, light and humorous, fast-paced, and exciting.