Tide and Tempest: A Romantic Dystopian Fantasy
An epic, standalone love story and adventure.
Forged by fire. Bound by blood. Tortured by fate.
Lightning decimates the land, but the people of Ebonpeak learned centuries ago that there is a threat far greater than tempests and firestorms—and when raiders pillage the coastline, maiming and taking all that's in their path, no one is left unscathed.
Six years ago, Desolation Day stole everything from Samara, leaving her disfigured and gutted with regret, both daily reminders of the world's brutality. Pushing her to be stronger. To fight harder. And to stay alive. But the sea isn't the only treacherous thing, and the scars of her youth aren't nearly as tormenting as what she's up against in the days to come.
Samara is many things—woodswoman, warrior, survivor—but when her past and future collide, she is forced to face her greatest demon of all.
Venture beyond the desert lands of Sagebrush and through the scorched forest in Tide and Tempest, the next standalone installment in the Forgotten Lands historical fantasy adventures. The perfect read for Amy Harmon (The First Girl Child) and Adrienne Young (Sky in the Deep) fans.
Forgotten Lands Series
Dust and Shadow
Earth and Ember
Tide and Tempest
Borne of Sand and Scorn (prequel)
Ruined Lands Series
City of Ruin
Sea of Storms
Land of Fury
Lindsey has given us another fantastic world and community that is so different from ours. I love the tiny village and it’s inhabitants, especially Samara. She is strong, determined, and imperfectly perfect. I can think of no better escape from my Covid vacation than to be transported to the Forgotten Lands.
Good, but didn’t tie to the series.
I like all of Lindsey’s books, including this one. I enjoyed reading it, but for me, it didn’t tie into the first three (counting the prequel), so it was a little disappointing. It was bit predictable, I knew right away who the main character was going to end up falling for.
Another great read by Lindsey Pogue!
I have loved all of Lindsey Pogue’s books, and this is no different. Tide and Tempest is an incredible journey to a post apocalyptic world. Seeing Samara grow and change is amazing. I hope we get to see more about her in the future. I also love seeing how some real cities are imagined in the future.