Bright Raven SkiesThe Sweet Black Waves Trilogy (Volume 3)
Bright Raven Skies is the thrilling conclusion to the lush and heart-wrenching romantic fantasy trilogy about ancient magic, warring families, and star-crossed lovers by Kristina Pérez.
To save the kingdom, Branwen embraced the darkest aspects of her magic. But she may have lost herself—and the two people she loves most.
Tristan and Eseult are missing. As Branwen searches for them, she must hide the truth surrounding their disappearance from both the king and her lover. Above all, she must find the Queen and her Champion first.
New and old enemies circle Branwen, clamoring for power and revenge, and threatening to destroy the fragile peace that she has sacrificed everything to secure.
An Imprint Book
"A feminist triumph... Pérez’s alternative medieval world is immersive and detailed, her prose lush with mystical symbolism." —Kirkus Reviews
THUNDER WITHOUT RAIN
SMOKE AND ASH
MONWIKU CASTLE SMOLDERED. Kernyv was at war.
And so, too, was Iveriu.
Despite the mist from the moors, Branwen wiped hot sweat from her brow....
Praise for Bright Raven Skies
Praise for the Sweet Black Waves Trilogy:
“Fantasy, family secrets, and forbidden romance, oh my!” —Teen Vogue
“Fans of Joan Wolf’s Dark Ages of Britain trilogy and Tessa Gratton’s The Queens of Innis Lear will enjoy this dreamy tale, which is carried along with vibrant descriptions and intense emotion.” —RT Reviews
“Kristina Pérez’s writing is evocative and immersive... inventive and intriguing.” – Tor.com
“Come for the torrid romance, stay for the dramatic intrigue and fierce feminism.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Intense, swoon worthy, and smart.”
—Vic James, author of the Dark Gifts Trilogy
“An enchanting story of fierce friendship and dangerous love... Pérez has written a book that whispers the sound of the ocean as you turn each page.”
—Alice Broadway, author of the Ink Trilogy
“Star-crossed love, tested loyalties, and magic that binds and burns—Sweet Black Waves gripped me all the way to the shocking ending.”
—Heidi Heilig, author of The Girl from Everywhere and The Ship Beyond Time