Enthralling and edgy, Daughter of Light is an epic fantasy with an intriguing cosmology and well-developed characters. Readers who enjoyed Lord of the Rings and Throne of Glass will likely enjoy this series.
A half-faerie without wings, Melia is an outcast in the enchanted world. Her druid father has been exiled to the mortal world after breaking his troth to Melia’s faerie mother. He's determined to return to the Realm of Faerie by harnessing the power of Umbra, a sinister consciousness dwelling in the Void. Melia becomes entangled in his obsession by way of their telepathic connection. Fearful she’s been tainted by her father's contact with darkness, she seeks aid from the Illustrator. The mysterious woman marks Melia's forehead with an unusual emblem meant to draw aid from a distant land—a young priest who’s an authority on Umbra.
Before help arrives, Melia travels to the mortal world to confront her father. A tragedy ensues and Melia's mother is strangely unforgiving. The punishment she metes out will leave her daughter torn between guilt and ecstasy, challenge the bonds between three sisters, and complicate Melia's relationship with the young priest once he arrives in Faerie.
The Daughter of Light fantasy trilogy:
Isolt’s Enchantment, the beginnings (Free Prequel)
I loved the beauty of the world when Vulcan first meets Una, and I especially enjoyed the explanation of Umbra. Isolt’s vengeance was absolutely delicious, and I could recommend this book based solely on that scene.—Erica at Fantasy Book Lane
Half Faerie, Book 1
I found myself sharing emotions with several characters and my husband would walk by just shaking his head, he doesn’t understand books and what they can do. I highly recommend this book. I want to thank Heidi Garrett for making my otherwise boring life so exciting with her books, I am loving it, every single minute! Five stars for Half Faerie. —KJ at Kj Reads A Lot
Half Mortal, Book 2
The pace picks up quite a bit as the stakes are raised in Half Mortal, the second book in this epic coming of age fantasy trilogy. I can totally understand why the comparison to LoTR has been drawn, as Melia and her cohorts battle numerous foes as they attempt to make things right- in both realms.—Mama Reads, Hazel Reads
War & Grace, Book 3 Coming in November 2017!