The Authentic Saga of King Arthur's Loves and Battles.
Only the Celtic Bard of erotica, the award-winning Emy Naso, could have written this gritty novel of Artorius, the king of love, and the sexual and political realities of his era.
The man history will call King Arthur travels to Gaul and meets his true father. Fighting the Huns and making love to Petuaria, the beautiful woman he has chosen as his Queen of Love, Arthur discovers he must travel home when he learns of the death of his mother, Anharat. Meanwhile, the war for the Isles of the Britons rages while his treacherous brother, Brochael, sinks deep into lust and sexual corruption, dreaming of possessing Petuaria for himself.
The Queen of Love is a tale of fighting men, dark-age warriors and betrayed women. Weaving through the novel like a narrator, the wizard Merlin is the readers' guide to this stunningly erotic story. This is a journey into a Celtic world, captured in gorgeous prose by the master bard, Emy Naso.
About the Author
Novelist, essayist and poet.
Emy's work ranged from beautiful love laments to erotic short stories and novellas to full-length novels. Writing in many genres, Emy's distinctive voice covered humor, fantasy and mythology, as well as contemporary and historical work. Emy was a true Celt, born in the mountains of Wales. He lived in London for a while, and then settled on the remote coast of East Anglia.
Naso's motto was "Life is for today, writing is forever" -- but couldn't remember whether he adopted it after a deep study of philosophy or read it on the back of a cereal box!
Emy Naso died in April 2005, surrounded by the love of his friends and family.