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Fire Song (Daughters of Avalon #3) by Tanya Anne Crosby. Magical/Historical Romance Release & ARC Review.

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Seren Pendragon has been praised for her gentility, and yet, deep down, she is anything but serene. Her mother is a witch, her sisters are in peril, and she is promised to a beast of a man who has already purportedly murdered one king. When she and her sister find a chance to escape Morwen’s clutches, they seize it, but neither realizes how much their struggle will change the fates. Alas, it will take a terrible tragedy to unleash Seren’s inner fire.

The Bastard Butcher of Warkworth is no stranger to misfortune. All he held dear vanished one night in a wisp of smoke, and he has been scarred by his encounters with Morwen Pendragon—both mentally and physically. But, when one of the Witch’s daughters finds herself in need, Will must find the champion within and ride to her rescue.


Wilhelm Fitz Richard has traveled down to Dover to find the woman who is supposed to be betrothed to his brother,  the legitimate Lord of Warksworth.  As a bastard who lost all the rest of his family in a fire,  Wilhelm has nothing except his duty to the one remaining brother. He is a little nervous about meeting any more of the daughters of the witch who has manipulated kings. 
Seren Pendragon and her sister are trying to reunite with the rest of their sisters,  but there is evil in the air.  The trek through England at this very difficult time in history is especially dangerous with the powers that are flying around. 
The characters are fabulous and not always what you expect. 
A very exciting but at times confusing story.  Each sister has her own story but,  it is part of a series and will make much more sense when you read the books in order.  I can't wait to read the next book. 


Put a menu in front of me and I immediately don't know what I want. Fried green tomatoes with grits? Yep, OK. Fish? Sounds good, too. OK, so what are you having? I'll do that too. When it comes to shoes--forget it. I end up buying nothing because I can't make up my mind. Thank God I have a husband who has great tastes, or my closet might be empty. I'm one of those people who suffers from acute ambivalence given too many choices, but when it comes to what I wanted to do with my life, I've known that decidedly since the age of 12--and probably long before that. It all began once upon a time after a tonsillectomy, when the doc advised mom and dad they should reward me with anything I wanted (the key word here being anything). All I wanted was dad's typewriter. I got it, of course--a black, sporty Olympia I immediately set out to wearing the letters off the keys. So here I am all these years later, with sixteen books under my belt and a new one on the way ... still wearing the letters off keyboards ... and loving every minute. 

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