First Review by Lava Mueller

I’m excited, pleased and grateful to get this first review on Runes from Lava.

Magical beyond magical!
July 29, 2019

Even more riveting than Book One (which was extremely riveting), this second book in Heidi Hanley’s Uisneach Series takes the reader through every possible emotion and then pulls us even deeper, and deeper, into our angst, joy, laughter, tears, amazement, despair, and awe. We are on our toes, anxiously turning pages to make sure everything will turn out okay. And sometimes . . . well, sometimes maybe it doesn’t and that’s where the tears come in. But even then we readers have faith because we know that our heroes won’t let us down. Hanley does a fabulous job of splitting the setting from modern-day Maine and Ireland, to the mystical realms of Uisneach, separating our favorite characters from each other and creating even more riveting scenarios. And as always, Briana never ceases to amaze us with her passion – her passion for the man (men!) in her life; her passion for justice for the people she cares deeply for; and her passion for her new world which she has come to love as if she was somehow connected all along. And maybe she was. In this book, the reader discovers new information that absolutely floors us. My only frustration is having to wait for book three. I hope that Hanley is hard at work doing nothing but writing. Her readers will be chomping at the bit to find out what happens next!

About The Author

For Heidi Hanley, reading and writing are like breathing. On her 5oth birthday, she got serious about turning her passion for writing into a goal to publish. The result is The Prophecy, Book One of the Kingdom of Uisneach series. The Runes of Evalon, the second book in the series, is due out in April. Heidi lives in New Hampshire beside the Connecticut River with her husband and a Scottish Terrier. She has enjoyed a career as a Registered Nurse, Interfaith minister and is currently serving as a Hospice chaplain. When not working, you will find her reading, sneaking away to Maine, or and in the garden with the birds and faeries.

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