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Release Blitz: The Sorceress (The Prophecy #3) by Jessica McCrory


A Phoenix is made to rise from the ashes. Except, what if it doesn’t?

When a tragic betrayal leaves Anastasia fighting for her life, it’s up to her best friend and the love of her life, Dakota, to keep Terrenia’s walls standing.

But Dakota finds himself losing hope with every passing day, and while the dark sorcerer Vincent lurks in the shadows, that could prove to be a deadly mistake.

In this third installment of The Prophecy Series, loyalties will be tested and sacrifices made as they try to gain the upper hand against Vincent’s steadily growing army.

But the question remains: what will be the cost of their victory?

Or will it even come at all?

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The Fighter (book 2)→

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“Dying?” Dakota felt like someone had ripped his heart out. “What the hell do you mean she’s dying, Carmen? There has to be something we can do!”

“Do you think I haven’t tried everything? She’s my granddaughter!”

Dakota pinched the bridge of his nose to keep the tears from streaming down his face at the sight of his heart lying in bed, pale as death.

“We have to do something. She can’t die.” He leaned forward to lightly brush a strand of hair from her face.

“Without her magic, she won’t last long. Her healing power is what kept her alive when the Brutes had her before—we just didn’t know it. Now that it’s gone, I fear she doesn’t have long left.”

“What about Argento? Their healer? Is there something they can do?”

Carmen shook her head, and what little hope Dakota had been feeling extinguished at the pain reflected in the old woman’s eyes. Anastasia was going to die, and there was nothing he could do to stop it.

“I don’t know what to do. I’ve failed her. I never should have let her go.” Carmen shook her head sadly and covered her face with her hands.

“She would have gone anyways. This is my fault, I blamed her. I didn’t give a single thought to what she might be going through. We need a damn miracle, Carmen.”

Carmen closed her eyes again and gripped the hand of her last living relative. A thought occurred to her. “We might be able to get one.”

Dakota looked up at her and saw a glimmer of hope. “What do you mean? You said you did everything.”

“I did. But there might be someone else who can help.”


“The sorceress.”


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