In a time of legends, Nimue has been destined to become the most powerful sorceress in a thousand years. Her home, Avalon, is the last of Albion’s magical places, the rest having been wiped out in a great slaughter by humans centuries previously. Avalon exists in a tenuous alliance with the human world, until Nimue is offered a chance to preserve magic forever: protect Prince Arthur of Camelot, and help him to unite their island. Nimue travels to the mortal world, where she finds love with the sorcerer Merlin and does her best to bring Albion’s fractured, warring kingdoms under Arthur’s banner. But there is danger for a magical woman in the human world, and Nimue draws the wrath of jealous kings, angry ghosts, and hostile human magicians. Even within Camelot, Nimue must navigate a tangled web of politics and manipulation to learn just how much of herself she is expected to lose to achieve her desires. As conspiracies unveil themselves, Nimue must reach into the darkest parts of herself and decide how far she is willing to go for Avalon. Perfect for fans of The Lost Queen and Circe, The Lady of the Lake is a coming-of-age story that details one woman’s journey to save her home and find the purpose of her power. The Lady of the Lake is a fantasy complete at 112,000 words that will appeal to fans of new takes on mythology and feminist story retellings. If you guys could let me know what might need fixing (or if you'd want to read this!) I'd love to hear!