Our choices seal our fate. Hannah Reed is about to learn just how important one little decision can be.
Hannah’s plans for a nice, quiet senior year of high school are rapidly disintegrating. It all starts when she innocently bursts in on Ethan Flynn in the change room of the clothing store where she works. Ethan’s presence in Hannah’s world is subtle but constant, and when he saves her life, they become linked by the workings of an ancient society and Ethan’s sworn duty to protect Hannah. Working together to figure out what destiny wants with Hannah, the two of them stumble on a baffling mystery that leaves even Ethan questioning what is in store for her future. With Ethan’s help, Hannah learns there is far more to this life, to her life, than she ever realized. As they attempt to untangle Hannah’s unique past and emerging abilities, an unknown danger from Ethan’s past looms ever closer. While racing to put together the pieces of the puzzle before it’s too late, Hannah wrestles with the idea that she is anything but average, and that perhaps she is also more to Ethan than just a job.
Author: Rebecca Weller
Hleo is the first book I’ve ever finished, it’s actually a series of books so I should clarify; it’s the first four books I’ve ever finished. I’ve been writing pretty much my whole life. I have a fuzzy memory from grade two of writing a story about a princess in a castle that was so so so happy she got a horse for her birthday (I really wanted to sell how happy the princess was). But it wasn’t until I was ten years old and we were talking about careers in a class discussion that the idea I could be an author occurred. Writing could be a job, what a magnificent revelation. And from that time I’ve written mysteries, ghost stories, romance, teen drama, fantasy; whatever characters and worlds my imagination could conjure. For all the writing I’ve done though, I’ve never finished a story, not to the time spent, thought out, and edited degree that Hleo is. I’ve always wanted to be a writer, but life can very easily get in the way of our aspirations and so up until now I’ve put the writing thing on hold. Between working, marriage and motherhood there are constant distractions, ‘better’ uses of my time, but the longing to write has finally won out, and so this is my attempt to make this dream of being a writer happen.
Hleo is the first chapter in a narrative about destiny, the future, and discovering what can become of our lives when we allow ourselves to take the path we never thought we could. I sincerely hope Hleo will entertain and intrigue you.