Ehriad - A Novella of the Otherworld

Ehriad - A Novella of the Otherworld

by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

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From the author of the Otherworld Trilogy . . . Three scenes from Faelorehn, told from Cade's point of view.

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.

Broken Geis

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.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015619591
Publisher: J.E. Johnson
Publication date: 09/24/2012
Series: Otherworld Trilogy
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 84
Sales rank: 568,257
File size: 76 KB

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Ehriad - A Novella of the Otherworld 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SherriFrye More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. It is well written, smooth flowing, and easy to read. I enjoyed getting to learn more about Cade. Knowing he has the title of Ehriad, the only time we see him in action is when he was protecting Meghan. In this book, we get to see him in action, knowing what he did/does before Meghan came into the picture. Getting to see his perspective of the way things happened in previous books helped to understand the whole situation. I recommend reading the books in order so you understand everything that is going on.
Arrat More than 1 year ago
This was okay. I haven't read the other books, just this one. It was interesting, Cade guards our realm from the creatures of the Morrigan, while doing this he senses another of his kind. I always have a problem with a "man" who is hundreds of years old but falls for a teenage "girl". I also didn't understand where the Morrigan was getting all of her victims, wouldn't the "faelorehn" stay away from her?? I liked the premise of the story, but fell apart. This does seem like a story teen girls would enjoy.
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Eliara More than 1 year ago
Cute little teaser, lovely writing! I can't decide if it would have been better to read this before the Otherworld trilogy.... I'm leaning toward yes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago