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In this tumultuous time of prophecies, politics, and magick, can the Bant family stay together?
Amy’s day starts with three things: Coffee, breakfast, then brains. In that order.
Relax, it’s not what you think. She’s just your everyday neurosurgeon who can fix everyone’s brain but her own. It doesn’t matter if she has fifty years of life experience and regularly works with mages—she’s still a mundane.
She's turning fifty and her last achievement was what, ten years ago? She’s not sure if anyone even remembers it. Determined not to be a one-hit-wonder, Amy jumps head-first into a new opportunity. Literally.
Some people have affairs to deal with a midlife crisis—Amy has brain surgery.
The results are even bigger than her career ambitions, and Dr. Amy Bant will need the help of her siblings to survive what comes next. Cordelia, an agoraphobic underwater photographer, Thomas, a playboy with a Brazilian tourism business, and Mary, a choir director with a truth-teller husband are all keys to unlocking secrets a whole lot closer to home than any of them could have realized.
Morgan le Fay’s ancient spell is now broken. The Atlantic sirens struggle under the magical backlash as opposing mage groups stealthily seek to use the Bant family in their quest for world domination.
Cordelia Bant returns to the United States with the fae chalice in tow, swiftly becoming embroiled in mundane affairs, while Thomas contends with deadly mage politics in Australia. As Amy learns what it means to be a mage, Mary embarks on her own journey of self-discovery.
The sirens form new alliances with the werewolves and were-jaguars as they seek to protect the ones they love from the mages they fear. Soon the Bant siblings find themselves scattered across the globe, allied with opposing mage factions, as the epic continues ...