Heku : Book 1 of the Heku Series

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Rated 4.46/5 based on 13 reviews
Heku follows the life of Emily, a rancher from Montana, and Chevalier, a member of the blood-drinking species, the heku. As you delve into the world of the heku, a militaristic society intertwined with that of the humans, you’ll learn a softer side to the harsh Chief Enforcer as he helps Emily come to terms with her startling heritage and begins to find her way in the world of the immortal. More
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About T.M. Nielsen

T.M. Nielsen doesn't necessarily consider herself an author. She's an every-day woman who had a story to tell. Never intending to let anyone else read it, she decided to put it all down on paper. What she ended up with is a fascinating tale filling books full of drama, adventure, action, romance, and excitement.

When asked why she decided to publish, she stated, "I want for others to be able to forget about problems in life and to lose themselves in my world... the world of the heku. While I write, I laugh, cry, grin, gasp, and my heart races. I want others to experience that too."

T.M. Nielsen is a computer tech by trade and lives with her husband and two beautiful daughters. She's the author of Amazon.com's bestselling series The Heku Series and the Dimensions Saga, along with a Heku Series spin-off book called Return of the Encala. She's been listed numerous times on Apple's Breakout Books and on Amazon.com's top 20 in Fantasy.

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Reviews

Review by: Odin on May 20, 2013 :
I give it a 1 star because I can't give it anything less. This was painful in its predictability and almost plagiaristic glee of the Twilight, which also deserves one star. For my full review, http://www.viewfromvalhalla.com/2012/02/13/podcast-review-119-heku/
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Review by: libby on April 04, 2013 :
the usual conflicted vampire. the book was ok. i read the whole thing but it a bit tedious. i could not figure out why pretty much everyone on the planet was after this one woman. perhaps the next book will move along a bit more smoothly. it passed a relaxing afternoon and evening.
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Review by: EagleOne on Feb. 07, 2012 :
This series of books on the Heku was quiet entertaining, a little predictable in its plots, overall a relaxing read.
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Review by: S.J. Alderson on July 19, 2011 :
This is easily the BEST book I've read in a very long time. Great work!
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Review by: StaceeStacee on April 30, 2011 :
This book came higly recommended. What I didn't expect was to read it all in 1 night, I couldn't put it down. I love the chemistry between characters and how it's not the typical love-at-first-sight relationship. I'd switch places with Emily in a heartbeat, and would run after Kyle! Can't wait to start the 2nd one.
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Review by: amanda on March 07, 2011 :
I randomly picked this book from the list on my kindle and was nicely suprised when I loved the story. I couldn't stop reading. I was so happy to realize I already had the next two stories on my Kindle. I"m currently reading the 5th book and just keep going.
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Review by: Lesa Labbauf on Feb. 27, 2011 :
I truly enjoyed this book. The writing was well done and flowed well. I liked the paranormal romance that was more realistic than most. I loved the Heku/vampire background and factions. I am reading the second in book and will be purchasing the rest of the series. I definitely recommend this series to all.
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Review by: Christeen on Feb. 03, 2011 :
This was a great read, the writing was very good.
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Review by: extasymaria on Jan. 26, 2011 :
Once of the greatest reads, couldn't stop reading and love the details...love it!
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Review by: bruce peach on Jan. 14, 2011 :
Could not put it down. great story and and very well written one of my favorite
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Review by: Darren Richard on Dec. 10, 2010 :
Heku is a great series of books, it shows the chaos that can ensue when you insert one fiery headstrong red headed woman in the middle of a militaristic race of immortals who are used to following their way of doing things.

I am really happy with the way the author dealt with all the different rules that are normally associated with vampires, she created her own race, the Heku. By creating her own race it gave the author the freedom to make them how I feel a vampire should. The Heku are not your normal vampires, they are not allergic to garlic or sunlight, and if you tried to ward one of with a cross he would probably just stab you with it and then have himself a nice snack. These are a new breed that are strong impossing characters, who are lightning fast and extremely intelligent. It is also kind of fun to see the types of toys they can buy when money is no object. The best part about the Heku is they don't glimmer or pout!

The characters in this story have very good chemistry together, they may not always get along but you can tell that care very deeply about each other. The story reads very well and the dialog flows nicely and is very natural. I am really enjoying reading this series because there is a little everything in it, suspense, drama, romance, and enough humor to make it not feel to heavy. Once you start reading it you will not want to put it down.
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Review by: Keith Johnson on Dec. 02, 2010 :
Pretty good read. Too much romance for me on the first book but the others had a lot more action and got more into the heku race.
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Review by: Kyna Miller on Sep. 19, 2010 :
I hesitated to try another vampire book. I was pleasantly surprised with this book. He has a completely unique view and excellent chemistry between characters. After I forced my hubby to read it, he liked it too. The website lists seven books in the series and I can't wait to get the others.
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