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The Unseen

(Elder Races #9.9)

4.34  ·  Rating details ·  1,109 ratings  ·  197 reviews

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 stra
Kindle Edition, 95 pages
Published July 13th 2020 by Teddy Harrison LLC
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Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth

AUTHOR: Thea Harrison
SERIES: Elder Races #9.9
RELEASE DATE: July 3, 2020


There are characters that are unforgettable and when the author tells you that she's done with them and there won't be any further stories then they leave a vacuum behind. Pia and Dragos are pretty much my all time favorite PNR couple and I just can't get enough. So when Thea Harrison decided to document their m
Angela (Angel's Guilty Pleasures)
The Unseen is a novella in the Elder Races series by Thea Harrison. It’s full of humor, romance, surprises and all of your favorite Wyr characters.

Fans will enjoy return to the Elder Races series and one of the main couples Pia and Dragos. If you haven’t read the Elder Races series then you need to start at the beginning and read in order. This novella is not the place to start.

It was such a joy return to the Elder Race world. I love all the different kinds of Wyr’s and how vast the world build
Mindy Lou's Book Review
I've only read the first book in the series so far, and I enjoyed Pia and Drago's story. When I found out there was a novella coming out on this couple, I had to read it to see what they are up to.

I like that we are getting a next phase of their life. Pia has had a second baby who is the same as her Wyr form, and what I remember from her book, her Wyr is highly hunted. Since the baby is the same, I understand why they are moving to another land for his protection. What we learn in this first no
❤️ Dorsey aka Wrath Lover Reviews ❤️

5 Dragon Loving Stars!!

Thea Harrison’s Elder Races has been a favorite for years particularly Dragos and Pia. This tasty little novella does not disappoint! Let’s face it, it’s always fun catching up with Dragos, Pia, Liam, Niall and of course the rest of the Elder Races.

In this novella they are packing up and ready to move to the Other land of Rhyacia to start their new life in a place where they can protect their baby, Niall. The trip goes smoothly, but after they arrive they find out that
Jul 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Five Stunning-Cliffhanger Stars! Another gripping novella about the Dragos Family new adventure! I had to confess that the cliffhanger totally freaked me out! Of course, I knew that it'd turn out fantastically for Dragos and family & everyone in Rhyacia. (Or maybe NOT for everyone!) But the wait for the next installment ➡️ The Adversary was torturing and ripping me bloody at the moment! The knowing that things would turn out great in the end was no comfort whatsoever!

Yet, the entire
Marta Cox
Jun 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
Oh my it was such a joy to return to this couple as they prepare to start their new life. Pia, Dragos and their adorable Stinkpot are leaving Earth and this novella charts the events that happen as they both prepare and indeed cross over. An ancient world and a new life awaits but more importantly there are still adventures to be had !
This couple are always such fun to read about and I love that here we see just how much Pia has grown into not just a caring female but also one who is canny and b
Danielle  Gypsy Soul
4.5 Stars. I was so happy to go back to the Elder Races and specifically Dragos and Pia. They are moving to the Other land of Rhyacia along with a couple of our other favorite characters. There is plenty of wonderful romantic moments, some humor with Dragos and a dog, and of course some adventure. The fact that Pia's second born son is the same type of Wyr as her makes their decision completely understandable - as keeping him safe will be difficult. Unfortunately not all is at it seems at Rhyaci ...more
Jul 13, 2020 rated it liked it
Yeah THAT is cliffhanger on par with first LotR movie.
I'm ridiculously in love with the world of the Elder Races, so getting to dive back into a story that brings Pia and Dragos front and center again is FANTASTIC. Their romance (and their individual growth from the early books) has been a cornerstone of my infatuation with the Wyr (and all the Elder Races, actually) and I am over the moon we get to see the next step in their plans for the future.

FYI, I'm generally not a fan of cliffhangers, but I had no issues with where this piece of the story le
Kathy Davie
Jul 14, 2020 rated it liked it
A short, dammit, novella, 9.9 in The Elder Races paranormal romance series revolving around Pia and Dragos Cuelebre, as they move to an alternate plane of existence. With passport control. It's been two months since "Planet Dragos", 09.8.

My Take
Okay, I'm a bit snarky with that last bit. Dragos does have a station set up on both sides of the passage that goes from earth to his new land, Rhyacia, though.

Part of my snarkiness is that Harrison is presenting us with half a quarter of the frickin' sto
Anne - Books of My Heart
Jul 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 7arcs, novella, coyer, 2020
This review was originally posted on Books of My Heart

Review copy was received from Author. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the
content of my review.

I've loved this Elder Races series which started with Dragos and Pia. This novella is the start of a series of novellas with them as the main characters. Happily, we get many of the other characters from the series too.  Since The Unseen ends on a cliffhanger of sorts, I am concerned that the novellas could have all just
There are times it really helps if you read the precis... Autobuy/read authors get me sometimes!

Am I happy about the cliffhanger - not particularly. Am I excited for more - you bet I am!! I can wait for more, if we've learned anything over the last year is patience. (I still might not be good at it, but I'm better than I was before!)

Loved getting more of Pia and Dragos' story! And I am excited about the new world they are building. I know the author won't let me down in the end, but she sure lef
Shabby Girl ~ aka Lady Victoria
I'm really, really happy to be back in the Elder Races world, and I love Pia, Dragos and their family. They have now crossed over into the other world and this is the beginning of their adventures there.

Apparently, this mini-series is having four books, so I guess the four books together will make up a one story book. So this ends on a cliffhanger, and I'm really looking forward to the next installment. The author has said they will come out relatively fast, so not too long in waiting. To be hon
Jul 13, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I can’t say I wasn’t warned... I was warned in Capital Letters and Bold Print... but yo, I am still pissed about that cliffhanger. Clearly I do not know how to manage expectations. Lol. So, you know, when can I finish the rest?
Katie Reus
Aug 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Ends on a cliffhanger so on to the next one! <3 <3 <3
With this book Dragos and Pia are facing a big change in their lives, moving to Rhyacia. Their last days in New York are interesting. Pia guilts Dragos into caring for a dog, which goes about how you think, but the best thing there is the dog adores Dragos, which makes for great fun!

When they arrive at Rhyacia things are and aren't what they thought. Pia learns that there is some crazy things going on, which quickly spins out of control. It lead to a couple of interesting scenes at the end and w
Jul 17, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: paranormal, fantasy
I’m not one to go for cliffhangers but this is Thea Harrison and it’s about Dragos so, even though I tried to resist, I ended up capitulating.

Now, I adore Dragos and Pia. Always have. I loved catching up with some of my favorite characters and seeing how Pia and Dragos were doing. Little Niall was adorable and giving his parents a run for their money. And Dragos interacting with the newest surprise addition to the family was hilarious. But, even with all that, I felt like something was missing.
Jul 18, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2020
Gah! A cliffy ending!

My thoughts: I love seeing all our old friends again. I love how grouchy Dragos is, yet still gives his treasure to Pia. I love Skeeter! I love Skeeter and Dragos! Yeah, this ended on a cliffhanger, but it definitely set me up to be anxious for the next installment, which she promises comes soon. 4 stars
Lucy Dosch (EBookObsessed)
Thea Harrison gives her fans more of what they want: Dragos and Pia.

The Unseen is the first novella of four of the Chronicles of Rhyacia. In this new story arc we will be taking some old friends with us and leaving others behind. Here Pia and Dragos are packing up and preparing to leave New York and Earth for that matter and moving to the Otherland of Rhyacia.

I have to give it to Pia. I took a cruise for a week once and packed as if I wouldn't see civilization again. She literally isn't going to
Woooooohoooooo!!!! The Cuelebres' are back! I am in love with Dragos!!! So freaking happy that Ms. Harrison thought to write more about this awesome family. Pia and Dragos are making a major change and are bringing some of the past crew with them. I have to tell you I am not sure how you do it, Ms. Harrison but you somehow always engage me in the moment. I always feels like I am right there as the story unfolds. The words that describe the nature of Pia and Dragos's relationship is astounding. I ...more
A novella I loved? I don’t even recognise myself right now! This novella was about a couple I’ve read before and loved from TH’s Elder Races series so I loved visiting them again!

Pia is the last unicorn shifter in the world (except for her son) and her husband is not only a dragon shifter but head of the Elder Races. They have decided to start the next chapter in their lives to moving from New York to a magical other land. However, when they arrive not all is as it seems.

Because this was about
Jul 19, 2020 rated it really liked it
4 stars
This is the first in a four part story, all ending in cliffhangers.

Great read will continue series.
Sep 02, 2020 rated it really liked it
Great short story. I love Pia & Drago and I hope we get more!
Jul 15, 2020 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I am so very disappointed.
Maybe the initial decision to leave Pia and Dragos alone was good. Maybe I am in a bad mood.
What I can say: I really didn't enjoy this novella.

First: Pia and Dragos leave their older son alone. He might look grown up, but he is only a few years old. Nope, nopety, nope.

Second: Suddenly it is a huge effort to go back and forth between Other lands and real world. That doesn't fit with prior stories. The pages and pages about household issues and the move are beyond boring
“Dragos, I don’t think we’re alone here.”

Thea Harrison whisks readers on a thrilling new Dragos and Pia adventure with The Unseen, a novella in her amazing Elder Races series. The Unseen is also the first of four linked stories which Thea has entitled the Chronicles of Rhyacia. This opener relates their departure from Earth and the Wyr demise and their arrival in the Other land of Rhyacia. As you may expect, things don’t go as planned and many of our Elder Races favorites arrive to help.

The Cue
“Dragos, I don’t think we’re alone here.”

Thea Harrison whisks readers on a thrilling new Dragos and Pia adventure with The Unseen, a novella in her amazing Elder Races series. The Unseen is also the first of four linked stories which Thea has entitled the Chronicles of Rhyacia. This opener relates their departure from Earth and the Wyr demise and their arrival in the Other land of Rhyacia. As you may expect, things don’t go as planned and many of our Elder Races favorites arrive to help.

The Cuel
Michelle the Romance Witch
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I loved the Elder Races series and the love story between Dragos, most powerful Wyr and leader (also a dragon) and Pia the diminutive vegan thief kicked that series off. Over the years we have had some short stories updating us on Pia and Dragos, their marriage and two sons. Now they are about to leave this world/plane and move lock-stock and barrel to a new land called Rhyacia.

I was expecting this novella - warning, this part one and ends on a cliff-hanger - to be like some of the prev
Sandy S
Jul 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
THE UNSEEN is the first of four novellas in Thea Harrison’s contemporary, adult ELDER RACES paranormal/ fantasy romance series focusing on the former leader of the Wyr demes new in New York Drago Cuelebre, and his mate Pia.

Told from third person perspectives THE UNSEEN follows Dragos and Pia as they and 20,000 members of the supernatural Wyr begin a new life in the Other land of Rhycia but not all goes according to plan when an unseen force begins to cause a disturbance within the new society-m
as a novella, this is a quick & easy read, however I think it is geared toward those familiar the elder series already (those new to the series may find the characters, past referenced events, and general worldbuilding to be confusing). As novella, there isn't much time fit a lot of story in and this one starts on the slow side. if you're a big fan of Dragos and Pia and enjoy seeing bits of their everyday feel then you'll enjoy this part a bit more than if you want to rush right into the adventu ...more
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I write paranormal romance, urban fantasy, and other stuff. I taught myself to read when I was four. That was around the time I tried to ride my tricycle to work. I wasn't sure where work was, but I knew it had to be interesting if people went there every day. Now I combine my love of books with work, and I don't have to ride my tricycle to get there. My Elder Races series began May, 2011. You can ...more

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