The Silver Thread

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
After finding himself involved with a forbidden 'Modern Girl,' Talvi soon discovers that life with Annika is less harmonious than he anticipated. Just when they start to find their rhythm, Talvi is called away on business and whisks Annika off to Paris for what is supposed to be a working vacation. But one bad decision leads to another, and the chaos that ensues may cost someone their life. More

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About Emigh Cannaday

After bouncing around from Paris to Portland, Emigh Cannaday now lives in Wisconsin with her husband and a pack of Welsh Corgis. She grew up drawing, painting, and writing down her elaborate daydreams that focus on nature, intuition, and a bit of magic. She spends her free time testing out new recipes in the kitchen and playing with houseplants and horses. She also co-hosts the Wine Wars podcast, a show dedicated to all things wine and Star Wars. Find her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter or visit to get the latest author updates and connect with other fans.

About the Series: The Annika Brisby Series
Aspiring rock star Annika Brisby gets tangled up in a parallel world filled with elves, wood nymphs, shape-shifters and vampires. Chaos, tears, laughter are par for the course as she navigates her newfound friendships, love interests, and her ultimate destiny in life.

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Review by: Linda Winey on Oct. 20, 2015 :
This book is second in the series and a continuation of the first book, Balkan Magic. I recommend one reads that first. In this book, the lives of Annika and her elfin husband, Talvi, continues. This time, it takes place mostly in the human side of time. It is a very entertaining read from start to finish. It is well written and thought out. I look forward to the next book in the series
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)

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