Anna Kameny was a countess whose affair with Prince Amavet of Temeria led indirectly to both his death and that of her husband, Count Roger Kameny. When Roger learned of the affair, he pursued and killed Amavet, citing an old law allowing betrayed husbands to defend their honor. However, Amavet's father, King Goidemar, pushed for severe punishment, resulting in the count also being put to death.
Anna's union with Amavet resulted in the birth of twins, Muriel and Crispin. However, she claimed Roger was the father and pressed this claim through three separate trials before finally allowing her children to inherit her late husband's title and estate.