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Witchrise, October 2014
The Tudor Witch Trilogy #3
by Victoria Lamb

Harlequin Teen
Featuring: Meg Lytton; Marcus Dent
320 pages
ISBN: 0373211023
EAN: 9780373211029
Kindle: B00IPDVGGQ
Paperback / e-Book
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"Thoroughly satisfying conclusion to the trilogy!"

Fresh Fiction Review

Victoria Lamb

Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted November 30, 2014

Fantasy Historical | Historical

Witch Meg Lytton has been banished from her service to Lady Elizabeth and forced to reside with her father again. She seeks guidance through a spell, summoning her mother's spirit for assistance. Meg's mother has left behind some valuable magical tools, but Meg will have to learn how to use the powers if she is to finally defeat her nemesis, witchfinder Marcus Dent, and regain her position in the Lady Elizabeth's household.

WITCHRISE is the third and concluding book in Victoria Lamb's The Tudor Witch Trilogy. WITCHRISE is best appreciated in the context of the series as a whole as all the threads we've watched develop over the course of the trilogy now come to a startling but very solid conclusion. I particularly love seeing how the relationships between the various characters have grown and evolved over the course of the trilogy.

Victoria Lamb crafts a thoroughly satisfying conclusion to The Tudor Witch Trilogy. Danger lurks in every corner in WITCHRISE, as Victoria Lamb shows readers a much darker side of the Tudor time period. We see the impact of the occult on the politics with real historical figures such as John Dee. Victoria Lamb delivers a compelling and intense story with WITCHRISE!

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Only one witch can rise above the coming storm 

When Tudor witch Meg Lytton receives an unexpected legacy—her mother's magical wand, ring and spellbook—she has no idea her future happiness is in danger. For the witchfinder Marcus Dent is back in her dreams, and he will use any weapon to gain her newfound powers for himself. 

Now Meg must discover the secret of Invictus—her mother's magical ring. Summoned back to Hatfield, she knows a battle is coming. But Meg is no longer alone in her struggle against Dent. Surrounded by her friends, she faces her greatest challenge head-on: losing Alejandro, her beloved. For it seems the Spanish novice has been keeping secrets from them all. 

Powers clash and hearts break in the spellbinding third book of The Tudor Witch Trilogy

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