The sea is coming. We are coming. And we will drown you all.
With a song, Lucy can control the wind and the water; she can bring castles and kingdoms to their feet. Since Lucy mastered her powers, King Henry has kept her close as he’s rebuilt England. She’s his best ally—and his workhorse. And now he’s called her to investigate attempted murder: His men claim they were almost killed on the Thames…by a mermaid. All Lucy can glean from the creature they’ve captured is a warning: The sea is coming. We are coming. And we will drown you all.
And then the floods begin. Swaths of London are submerged as the people scramble to defend themselves against the water—and the monsters—that are flooding their streets. As mistrust of Lucy’s magic grows, the king relies on Nat, Lucy’s great love, to guide them through the storm. But Nat is cold and distant to Lucy. He swore his love only a year before, and now he calls her “stranger.”
Lucy is determined to defeat this powerful new magic alone if she must. But then she hears an eerie song within the water…can it mean that she’s not the last Chantress after all?
Sweepingly romantic and crackling with magic, Chantress Fury triumphantly concludes the powerful Chantress trilogy.
Introducing the first blog tour at One Way or An Author! I’m so excited to be one of the stops on May 5 for the last book in this awesome trilogy!
I’ve actually read the first two books, so I could not pass up the opportunity to check out the last book. This is kind of embarrassing, but I was declined by Edelweiss when I requested the book for the tour… even when I said that it was for the tour…
Hopefully we can clear that out soon, because I’ll probably be finishing this as soon as I get it! (Too excited!) Shout out to Fantastic Flying Book Club for hosting the tour and letting me be a part of it! Thanks so much for the opportunity.
Still bummed about being rejected though. I was just like:
Without further ado, here’s the info we’ve all been waiting for!
Amy Butler Greenfield was a grad student in history when she gave into temptation and became a writer. Since then, she has become an award-winning author.
Amy grew up in the Adirondack Mountains and later studied history at Williams College, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Oxford. She now lives with her family in England, where she writes, bakes double-dark-chocolate cake, and plots mischief.