Megan Morgan has a great ability for description. She really makes the reader understand the ins and outs of her characters and setting by giving such in depth descriptions. – On A Reading Bender
It was interesting and refreshing. It’s full of surprises and the research behind it is impressive. – Lilly’s Book World
The characters are very well developed, complex, and multi dimensional which allows the reader to become invested. – Texas Book Nook
The writing is flowing smoothly. The descriptions are easy to visualize. The cold, wind, hills and rocky shores add to the atmosphere and story tension. – Mythical Books
Suspense and emotional turmoil flow freely from every page throughout this thrilling story. – Stormy Vixen’s Book Reviews
Megan Morgan has great attention to detail and makes everything from the setting, to the characters feel very real. It makes for a wonderfully written and very authentic novel. – The Indie Express
This is a wonderful book with a wonderful and vivid setting. While it is a PNR, I like how it was so much more than that. It’s not your typical romp and there is a lot more going on. I liked the history and fantastical element that Morgan brought to her novel. It set it apart in my mind. – Novel News Network
Hidden (Fire and Iceland #1)
After a breathtaking journey through Iceland, Vanessa Evanston finishes her dream vacation with her two best friends in the capital city of Reykjavik—and wakes up the next morning on the ground, on a tiny island 250 kilometers north, with no memory of how she got there.
Luckily, handsome and kind-hearted local Gunnar Heimirsson stumbles upon her—unluckily, he can’t explain her mysterious journey either. Nor can anyone explain why Vanessa soon discovers “last night” actually happened a year ago, and everyone thinks she’s dead.
Iceland is known for its folklore, but beyond the elves and mountain trolls, there are other creatures: beautiful, powerful, and vengeful, known as the huldufólk. Gunnar has been alive for a century, trapped by their curse after angering them. From the far flung Westfjords to the black sands of Reynisfjara, the answer to Vanessa’s missing year might be connected to Gunnar’s punishment—as well as his long-lost wife, Hera—but the truth lies somewhere in the realm of magic, myth, and love, and Vanessa has only just discovered fairy tales are real.