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Heku : Book 1 of the Heku Series

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Heku : Book 1 of the Heku Series
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Publisher: Smashwords
ISBN/ASIN: 1453760318
ISBN-13: 9781453760314
Number of pages: 214

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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.

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