How Does It Feel to End a Series -Disaster Crimes Blog Tour

Welcome Chrys Fey! As part of her blog tour, I asked Chrys a question about how her Disaster Crimes book series. Here’s her answer.

How did you feel about this series coming to an end?

Happy. And relieved. With a total of 9 books (an exclusive prequel, an in-between story, and a short story to follow A Fighting Chance, which is also out now), I am thrilled to be ending this series. I love the characters (Beth and Donovan, Thorn and Amanda, and all the rest), and I had a blast sharing their stories, but it’s time for me to focus on other stories, other characters. After eight different disasters and the crimes that happen before, during, and after them, I have depleted this topic of Disaster Crimes.

I will always be Disaster Chrys 😊, and I will always be proud of this series, but all good things come to an end eventually. I’m looking forward to writing and publishing other books. I hope you all will stay on this journey with me.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today Chrys. And good luck with the rest of your blog tour!

Readers and writers, how do you feel when a book series come to an end?

Pages: 154

Genre: Romantic-Suspense

Heat Rating: Hot


*A FIGHTING CHANCE is Book 6 in the Disaster Crimes series, but it’s a spin-off featuring a new couple, so it can be read as a standalone.*

Thorn has loved Amanda from afar, giving her whatever she needs as a survivor of abuse—space, protection, and stability. He yearns to give her more, though, to share his feelings, kiss her, love her, but he’s worried the truth will frighten her away.

And Amanda is afraid. She’s scared of her attraction for Thorn. Most of all, she’s terrified of her ex-boyfriend, who is lurking nearby where no one can find him. When she grows closer to Thorn, Damon retaliates, jeopardizing their happy ending.

Up against an abusive ex and Mother Nature, do Thorn and Amanda have a fighting chance?

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Amanda looked up from the current list of up-to-date payments for classes. A movement outside the glass storefront caught her eye. She tilted her head to see a man coming up the sidewalk from the side where the picnic bench sat. Through the vertical blinds, she glimpsed a square face—a short, rugged beard and long, dark hair pulled into a man bun. Her breath fled from her lungs. Her body went from icy cold to flaming hot in the span of a millisecond. She dropped to the floor and slid under the counter, beneath the ledge where they put their purses and cell phones.

“What—” Beth peeked at the windows. Then she snapped her fingers at April and pointed at the stools.

April jumped into action. She pushed the stools in so they blocked Amanda. The bell attached to the door jingled as April removed the jacket she wore and draped it across the stools, creating a curtain to shield Amanda.

From a crack, Amanda watched Beth move to stand in front of the twins, who were in their walkers playing peacefully. “I’m sorry, but we’re going to be closing.”

“I don’t give a shit. I’m here for Amanda.”

The sound of Damon’s voice had her heart beating even harder. That voice had haunted her nightmares, had come back to life in her memories.

Beth cocked her head to the side. “Who? There’s no one by that name here.”

“Don’t bullshit me. I know she works here.”

His voice was closer now.



Book Links: Amazon / Barnes & Noble / Kobo / iTunes

Author’s Note: I wrote The Disaster Curse to answer a few lingering questions readers may have after reading A Fighting Chance, and to tie the whole series together with a neat, shiny, perfect little bow. Plus, there was one disaster that I hadn’t written about yet. *wink*

***LAUNCHING A WEBSITE*** is a website dedicated to domestic violence and sexual assault awareness. Inspired by the Disaster Crimes series.


Prizes: Hurricane Crimes (Disaster Crimes 1) and Seismic Crimes (Disaster Crimes 2) eBooks (mobi or epub), Hurricane Crimes Playing Cards, Girl Boss Sign, and a Volcanic Blast Scented Candle

Click the link to enter the giveaway!


Chrys Fey is author of the Disaster Crimes Series, a unique concept that blends disasters, crimes, and romance. She runs the Insecure Writer’s Support Group Book Club on Goodreads and edits for Dancing Lemur Press.

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The Disaster Crimes Series:

*The Crime Before the Storm (prequel)

Hurricane Crimes (novella, #1)

Seismic Crimes (#2)

Lightning Crimes (free short, #2.5)

Tsunami Crimes (#3)

Flaming Crimes (#4)

Frozen Crimes (#5)

A Fighting Chance (spin-off, #6)

The Disaster Curse (short story, #7)

*Free exclusive story to newsletter subscribers.


  1. Hi Chrys, Hi Lidy,

    Chrys, it is good to hear that you knew when to move on to something else. I think that is important because it so easy to get single-minded and not move on to something new.

    Lidy, thank you for hosting Chrys.

    Wishing both of you the very best.
    Shalom aleichem

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    • Thanks, Pat! I’ve always been writing other stories. Even before I wrote Hurricane Crimes I was writing another series. And as I was writing the Disaster Crimes series, I started many other ideas. I am looking forward to being able to focus on them. 🙂

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