The world thinks Wellington won at Waterloo, but it was actually the God of War who turned the tide. Ares lives for battle, and no one can wage war better than him.
When one of his soldiers is gravelly wounded, the young man begs Ares to marry his lover, Catherine Sedgewick. Catherine is secretly with child, and her soldier beau doesn't want her to be a fallen woman. How is Ares supposed to say no to a dying man?
The God of War's life is about to get a lot more complicated.
Please note: This is a standalone story. No knowledge of the previous book is necessary.