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Hills of Heather and Bone

The bones of the dead hold stories.

On the fringes of Errigal, Morana longs to exchange a life of hiding for a peaceful one with her husband, Percy. While Percy's bloodgift lets him grow plants and heal broken bodies, Morana's a boneweaver, despised and feared because she can hear bones and raise the dead. Morana doesn't want to be seen as a villain from the old stories and instead spends her time gardening, writing the stories of the dead, and fending off a spiteful chicken.

Morana and Percy's lives are shattered when a group of Failinis tasked with capturing boneweavers and rogue bloodgifted find them. On the run and battling the elements, ancient creatures, and the loss of all they called home, Morana and Percy search for any sanctuary left in Errigal. Morana must choose between the call in her blood or the family she holds so close to her heart if she and Percy are to survive.

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Hills of Heather and Bone

K. E. Andrews mixes dark fantasy and romance with a heaping tablespoon of necromancy and tops it all with a thorough dusting of coziness.

Sara Omer, Goodreads Review

I'm not usually one for romance books, especially ones where the romance is already established and don't get that initial excitement and build up, but this worked so well. The romance was so wholesome and it felt real which I think is a rarity.

Hope, Goodreads Review

As always, the author did not disappoint with her worldbuilding, creative magic system, humour (who doesn't like a feisty chicken following their heroes around?!), depth (yay for books that deal with mental illness in a healthy way) and prose that paint an immediate picture in your mind.

Emmy, Goodreads Review

This is one of the best books I have read in years!
Every fantasy fan needs to put this on their To-Read list right now. Especially if you are married. The relationship between Percy and Morana is sweet, poignant, believable, deep, romantic, sexy-yet-clean and just about every good adjective I can think of.

Amber Gabriel, Goodreads Review

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