Alexis the Second was not his father’s son.
Instead of being a man of military might, he was a man from the wild lands of the Prime. Instead of being an accomplished warrior, he was an unapologetic hedonist, reveling in the finer tastes and pleasures of life. For many of the nobility, such a life would have been ideal, but for a Master of Station it was near suicide.
To the outside world, author Jacob Matheson appears to have it made.
With numerous bestsellers under his belt, a lavish house, and a sizable bank account, he lives a lifestyle that most could only dream about. Yet despite outwardly appearances, Jacob is a troubled soul whose only glimmer of happiness sits at the bottom of a glass.
Then, after a night of lavish celebration, Jacob wakes up to discover that he can’t remember the events from the night before. Soon his...