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Teenage heiress Kaya experiences her first taste of freedom when she’s kidnapped from her sheltered life. But as she forms an unlikely connection with her abductor, Luke, her adventure takes a strange turn… More
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About Heather McKenzie

Heather McKenzie is a Canadian author whose first book Serenade will be released April 2017. A professional singer/songwriter with five albums to date, she has been telling stories through music for years and just recently fell in love with novel writing. Heather pulls from her extraordinary experiences as a musician to fuel her passion for creating Young Adult fiction. A rocker at heart, a mom of three, an aspiring painter, and a lover of animals, she is kept grounded by her husband at their home in Edmonton. You can visit Heather at

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About the Series: The Nightmusic Trilogy
An epic adventure centered on a smoldering love-triangle, Serenade sings a timeless tale of courage, self-discovery, and life-or-death love that will leave you breathless.

Kidnapped and held hostage in the Rockies, a teenage heiress falls for her abductor while her corrupt father and devoted bodyguard fight to get her back. The discovery of true love and dark family secrets turns deadly in this epic coming of age adventure.

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hannam reviewed on Dec. 19, 2018

So good!!
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Zoe Haslie reviewed on April 10, 2018

“Kaya Lowen. I finally have the name of the girl who has haunted me for the last 1968 hours.”

This book surprised me in every possible level ♥ The characters are beautifully built, the plot keeps moving forwards, dragging the reader through the pages, the descriptions are magical and the cover… OMG the cover! Even though Kaya is the main narrator, we get different points of view: from the kidnappers and from her bodyguards, and I must admit that I’m not a big fan of this in general (and I tend to find masculine points of view slightly depressing and super emotional), but Heather McKenzie did an amazing job at keeping her characters reliable, plausible and, above all, unique.

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UL137 reviewed on March 29, 2018

This book was epic. Amazing writing, great characters, good storyline. A must-read!
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