Hidden by Megan Morgan

Hidden by Megan Morgan
Fire and Iceland
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Full length (246 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Orchid

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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 fairytales are real.

On holiday In Reykjavik Vanessa goes out for a night with the girls, then wakes the next morning on an island in the middle of nowhere. She has no idea what happened after she left the bar the previous night, nor how she got to this place. Two local men find her and take her to their home. Things go from bad to worse when she finds it has not been a night but a year since her night in Reykjavik. Vanessa feels she is losing her mind when she discovers one of her hosts is about 125 years old. They reason the invisible Huldufólk are responsible for all their problems. Now Vanessa has to work out how to get home to America and rejoin her family and friends.

This book is very well written and captivated me when I began to read it. First it seemed to be a mystery of who had taken Vanessa and brought her to this island, but as the story unfolded it turned out there was much more to the story than I first thought. Gunnar is reserved but a spark of interest is there between them. His story of how he has lived so long seems to be a side story to set the scene, but again there are hidden depths to this. Despite her situation I liked the way Vanessa took charge of her own destiny and convinced Gunnar and his friend to help her.

I’m not going to spoil this for future readers, but the ending is totally unexpected and has a Wow factor. Definitely worth a 5 star rating.


  1. Thanks so much for the review! I really appreciate it!

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