Saying goodbye to their old life in the Wyr demesne in New York may be hard, but Dragos and Pia are determined to create a new life in the Other land of Rhyacia.
At first, everything seems idyllic. Rhyacia is paradisiacal. Accompanied by old friends and new allies, the future looks safe and bright for Dragos, Pia, and baby Niall.
But strange things are happening beneath the picturesque façade. Items move unaccompanied, buildings collapse without justifiable cause, and even the most Powerful residents of Rhyacia can provide no logical explanation for the events transpiring. Whispered rumors point to something called the unseen.
As Dragos and Pia investigate, they uncover a greater mystery than they could have imagined, and they realize the startling truth…
They’re not alone in Rhyacia. The land Dragos had thought was uninhabited hides many secrets, a shocking history that’s not quite ready to be buried, and something more.
Something ancient, evil, and hungry. Something that wants to consume Dragos and take everything he holds dear.
Something that just may be powerful enough to overcome the dragon…
Oh Pia and Dragos… I’m a huge fan of the Elder Races series and have pretty much loved every addition to the series. However, I have to admit, Pia and Dragos will always be my favorite couple. It may be the fact that they were the couple that started the series with Dragon Bound, but I really think it’s because of the dynamic between the two of them. They haven’t been together very long, but their bond is strong. Their relationship isn’t perfect, but they are totally devoted to each other.
Readers have been treated to several novellas centered around the couple. Needless to say, I was thrilled when I found out that there would be more. I can even forgive Thea Harrison for ending each of the new novellas in a cliff hanger – simply because there will be more 😉
And… since The Unseen ends in a HUGE cliffhanger, you’ll have to forgive me for the vagueness of this review. *sigh* Strange things are happening in Rhyacia and Pia seems to have an interesting insight that no one else does, which of course, puts Dragos in protection mode, but Pia may not be the one who needs protecting.