When Bathsheba becomes pregnant, David attempts to cover up the ensuing scandal. He sends her husband, Uriah-who serves him faithfully in his army-to his death. And for the rest of his life, David is tormented by the memory of that moment. Can he muster the strength to keep his promise to her and protect their son from danger? Will their forbidden love undo his entire legacy? Will he find redemption? This is volume II of the trilogy The David Chronicles, told candidly by the king himself. David uses modern language, indicating that this is no fairytale. Rather, it is a story that is happening here and now. Listen to his voice as he undergoes a profound change, realizing the curse looming over his entire future. If you like middle eastern historical romance and forbidden love affair, this King David novel has a modern twist like no book you have read before, bringing King David of the bible to life against the background of Israel historical fiction. With vivid descriptions of court intrigue, it paints King David biography in a way that is both classic and timely.