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Publisher Description

From NYT bestselling author Thea Harrison comes the explosive conclusion to The Unseen!

When Dragos and Pia move to the Other land of Rhyacia, they hope starting a new life will bring safety and freedom to their family, especially their young baby, Niall. And at first their new home seems perfect… but looks are deceiving.

Beneath Rhyacia's idyllic façade an ancient, malevolent force lurks, waiting for the right opportunity to break free of its cage. When that opportunity comes, it strikes with devastating accuracy.

While Dragos has never backed down from a fight, he's also never encountered an enemy like this one before. How can he fight a foe who doesn't have a body? A foe who can invade and turn his own mind against him?

How can Dragos protect his family, when at any moment one of them may become the enemy?

As Dragos and Pia race against time to fight this unseen menace, they must also acknowledge a terrifying truth—when anyone can become the enemy, no one can be trusted.

An adversary who can trap the dragon poses a threat to everyone in Rhyacia, and that means no one is safe…

***This book does NOT end on a cliffhanger***

July 26
Teddy Harrison LLC
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Persephone2010 ,

The end of an era

We have come a long way from Dragon Bound with The Adversary, and it feels bitter sweet. Pia and Dragos triumph over their enemy with the help of familiar characters that we, as the reader, have come to view as friends. I look forward to seeing where Ms. Harrison takes us next.

Rinacat ,

Great read

I really enjoyed coming back to my favorite characters.

Curly’s Ramblings ,

Good story

Good short novella into the lives of Dragos and family. It was nice to read about many of the "old" beloved characters once more. An ancient magic user takes a surprise step that affects many lives. Pia's ability takes a twist with a mutually beneficial outcome. The story was fast paced and the characters were entertaining. Pia's fierceness came through loud and clear; the punch to the face was memorable.

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