"A Single Thread of Magic"
Cade MacRoich is Ehríad, a faelah bounty hunter. When he is compelled to deal with a collection of particularly nasty monsters in the mortal world, he stumbles upon a stream of Faelorehn magic that leads him to something astonishing.
"The Morrigan's Game"
The children of the Weald are protected by the forest's ancient magic, but when the Morrigan's faelah manage to break through that barrier, Cade's sister calls upon him for help.
Cade has tried in vain to forget about the alluring Meghan Elam. Unfortunately, the Morrigan's interest in the young Faelorehn girl puts her in danger and makes Cade realize he is willing to risk everything to keep her safe.
©2012, 2013, 2014 Jenna Elizabeth Johnson (P)2014 Jenna Elizabeth Johnson
I am a big fan of the Otherworld series and was eager to read more. Ehriad adds another interesting dimension and continues to weave the Otherworld magic.
I liked the story being told from Cade's point of view as he jumps back and forth between the mortal world and the Otherworld. I also liked Fergus's practical and honest insights.
He truly brought Cade to life with his smooth, easy voice and Irish brogue. I could listen to him all day
Perfect Romantic Adventure
Ehriad's plot is unique, and Cade's point of view depicts him worthy of obsession.
No, I have not.
Before Ehriad I have never been a fan of audio books. I've often thought the Otherworld trilogy good enough for theater. Audio, being the next best form of media was a brilliant idea! The narrator was made for the Otherworld. Magnificent!
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