The Silver Thread

The Silver Thread

Emigh Cannaday / Jun 04, 2020

The Silver Thread You know my parents didn t give me much advice about relationships but my mother told me that we should never go to bed upset with one another Talvi reached am arm out to invite Annika to curl up ag

  • Title: The Silver Thread
  • Author: Emigh Cannaday
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  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback
  • You know, my parents didn t give me much advice about relationships, but my mother told me that we should never go to bed upset with one another Talvi reached am arm out to invite Annika to curl up against his chest Aww, that s a sweet thing to say, she said as she cozied up in the crook of his arm What did your dad tell you He said to make sure the sofa was comfo You know, my parents didn t give me much advice about relationships, but my mother told me that we should never go to bed upset with one another Talvi reached am arm out to invite Annika to curl up against his chest Aww, that s a sweet thing to say, she said as she cozied up in the crook of his arm What did your dad tell you He said to make sure the sofa was comfortable, just in case Talvi Marinossian has slain maenads and fought off vampire attacks, but nothing has prepared him for getting involved with one of these forbidden Modern Girls When he finally tracks down Annika it s obvious that she s changed since her recent adventure in his homeland It s also clear that she s not ready to embrace the next chapter in her life He tries to persuade her to open up to him, but she finds it difficult since he won t even explain how he earns a living, why he has a secret cell phone, or the reason he keeps another woman s handkerchief in his pocket.Instead of relying on Talvi to help her adjust, Annika delves into her music and her job, and it isn t long before the new lovers find themselves completely out of sync with one another 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.

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      • 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, Twitter, or simply visit emighcannaday to get the latest author updates and connect with other fans.


    1. This review is based on a digital copy I received from author Emigh Cannaday. It is an honest review and the complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.This is the second book in The Annika Brisby series and I can say that I love this series! I went into this book expecting that the storyline would follow a predictable road given the cliffhanger from The Flame and the Arrow but this story was it’s own animal and was better than I ever expected!After being torn away from [...]

    2. What happened? This is not the world, writing and characters I fell in love with in Flame and Arrow. It's actually so far away from it that I'm starting to wonder if the two books even was written by the same author. I mean, how does strong, confident and kind Annika turn into such a insecure and self-centered mess? When did Talvi go from elf prince to secret spy (a bad one at that)? Why did a beautiful fantasy world with amazing friendships and defining characters get replaced with this slow pa [...]

    3. The Silver Thread picks up right where the first book left off. Talvi has found Annika after 3 months of searching. Unfortunately, Annika doesn't seem that thrilled to see him. She is distant and busy trying to fit back into the life she had before meeting Talvi. This in turn makes Talvi wonder if Annika regrets marrying him. Annika is concerned that her “Casanova” can never settle down with her but will always be looking for the next female to bed. Talvi feels that Annika is not the same wo [...]

    4. I gave one star to the first book in this series, but because I'm a completist I decided to continue.Language-wise, the writing is better. I can tell the author has improved. She also gets a plus for including queer characters, though personally I thought they were a bit stereotypical. So it's not all bad. But it's not good either.The biggest problem is that NOTHING HAPPENS. I really can't describe the plot, because there isn't one. It's just the boring day to day life of Annika and Talvi as new [...]

    5. As the inevitable explanations to his parents regarding the events and outcomes of their mission to put a stop to the Pavacci turns to his missing twin so they reach their crescendo. Talvi manages, at recurrent costs to his melancholy, to dredge up his memories whilst keeping his mind open, so that his parents might see the events unfold for themselves. He can no longer imagine what it was like to live in the emotionless bubble he'd created since hearing for the first time that a stranger to the [...]

    6. facebook // twitterA year and a half ago, I was invited by the author to review the first book in the Annika Brisby series, (WHICH is still FREE on Kindle). I loved it and was lucky enough to get a copy of the second book in the series, The Silver Thread by Emigh Cannaday. It took me ages to finally get around to reading, but I decided to make it my first book of 2018 and BOY AM I HAPPY! I absolutely could not put it down and finished it within the day, absolutely devouring every word. It was ju [...]

    7. The silver Thread is a tricky one for me, I so adored the first book in this series, but this one I had a bit of trouble digesting and at times it left me with a very sour taste.This story picks up where the first story ended with Annika transported through the portal and deposited back in her own world with Talvi in hot pursuit.The silver thread mostly takes place in the modern world, with a few side excursions into Talvi's magical lands & also to Paris, which I will get to later.Right, so [...]

    8. Annika was returned home after her idea fixed the block of the portal. Months of separation drive both her and Talvi mad until he can take no more and goes out of his way to find her. Once they reunite, the magic doesn't seem to last long. Soon they are trying to figure out if they are compatible and if they made a mistake in getting married. Can they reconnect or is the honeymoon over for these two?I really adored this book! A lot of books I read that are in a series, I love all of the series, [...]

    9. This review is based on an audiobook that I received. It is an honest review and the complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating. 'The Silver Thread' by Emigh Cannaday is the story of Annika and Talvi. This is the second audiobook in 'The Annika Brisby' series and I can say that I really like this series! This audiobook is about 14hours long that does have a cliffhanging end that is setting you up for the continues story of Annika and Talvi. I was very happy to hear that E [...]

    10. Not sure, a generous 3 stars because I finished.A bit bigoted toward mothers, children, stay at home mothers with no income (those are called "kept women", lol, and apparently they watch tv all day while folding their "rich" husband's clothes). Last book had some fat shaming and blonde stereotype crap, but it wasn't 1/2 of the book. This was just overkill of some bitterness from someone's personal life I think is beyond selfish, shallow a-hole. He isn't much himself, but I think he's better than [...]

    11. The battle is over and Annika has returned to her old life. No one believes her adventures. Meanwhile, Talvi has crossed worlds to find her again, and he can't understand why she isn't overjoyed at his return. The two must learn to adjust to married life, as well as modern American culture. Just as they're starting to figure it out, Talvi gets called back to work - as a superntural spy in Europe. He leaves Annika with his brother Finn for safekeeping, but little does he realize that the changes [...]

    12. I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.This book picks up where the first book ended. Annika is depressed by being thrown back into the real world where no one believes her story. Talvi crosses worlds to find her. Very romantic gesture! Annika's personality still drives me crazy but I had come to expect that with the first book. It's annoying that one moment she's all over Talvi and the next she's accusing him of being unfaithful.n. But I really did enjoy this book [...]

    13. I went into this a little leery because I enjoyed the first book but not like I was excited by it. I was interested with the characters and how she slipped through his fingers. I don't understand the whole spy thing because it took him awhile to find her even though he was a spy. I don't think they liked each other at all throughout the book. I didn't understand their conflict because it was mostly miscommunication. overall I just didn't understand this book.

    14. I really liked the complexity of the characters and worlds and for this being a fantasy book the situations seemed like they could happen. However I didn't like it as much as the first book. I felt like it contained a lot of information that was repeated a lot and could have been condensed, making a long book feel long. Even though I liked the complexity of the characters, their personality seems quite different than the first book.

    15. I get why Cannaday decided to take it slow. To show how difficult the relationship between Talvin and Annika was, but it really didn't have to be that slow. Most of the story could have been skipped and the love triangle felt forced. There was no need for the one chapter about Yuri and Sariel. At least not in this book, because it didn't have any influence of the story.BUT The cliffhanger is mean and I'm hooked.

    16. First things first it was fantastic that the first book was free and it was great but when you really get into this one it has everything you could want in a book. It made my blood boil I was so mad at my self that I couldnt read it faster, so many emotions while reading it. The ending omg I bought the next book straight away so am off now to read it.

    17. Where's the ROMANCE in this ROMANCE novel ? What happened to this couple after book 1?! I am currently on book 3 and I really want to just move on to a new series. I honestly can't believe book 1 has such a lower rating than this one. Book 1 was absolutely amazing ! It seems the further along we get the less the author knows how to write this story 🙄

    18. Could not finish this book. The main characters did nothing but complain. It was painful to read. Can't believe this is the same author of the first book. I am so sad, I was so in love with the first one. This was one of three books I have ever not finished.

    19. What a superb intriguing second book. Follows along the lines of the first but is a story by itself. So enjoyable that I can’t wait for the next. Received a free copy.

    20. I hate that Finn and Annika slept together even though she could not help it. But I enjoyed every moment of it . I received a copy of this book and volunteers to review it.

    21. Book two!The second book in this series, The Silver Thread has a very developed and woven plot. I absolutely loved it and recommend!

    22. I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Oh where to begin? I adored this book so much. First of all, I absolutely loved how we got into Talvi's head a lot more. He's such an interesting character (and I love him), so getting to see where he was coming from was quite interesting.Now, there was so much emotional pain for me in this book but that's totally a good thing. I wanted to cry for Annika and Talvi so many times if they had just been honest with one another and [...]

    23. I loved this as much if not more than the first book. I liked seeing a different side to Finn with Annika and learning just how much he does love her truly enough to even let her go. I loved seeing Annika and Talvi's relationship grow thru trials and tribulations. I want to be mad at Talvi for his behavior at times but when Annika looks deeper and listens to her father in law and sees how truly loyal and devoted he really is makes me feel like I was going through those emotions. Such an amazing [...]

    24. This is another fantastic book in a wonderful series. I was so happy to get this one and it lived up to my high expectations.Mr. Cracknell is an awesome narrator, he really brings the storyto life, and makes it easy to visualize in your head. Loved it!I would definitely recommend this amazing story to everyone

    25. Before I start my review, I would like to thank Emigh Cannaday for allowing me to review The Silver Thread.**All opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone. I received The Silver Thread from Emigh Cannaday for free for my honest review.”Now onto my review:I can’t even begin to tell you guys how excited I was when Emigh approached me to review The Silver Thread. Like fangirl excited. I think I squeed like a young girl at a One Direction concert when I saw the email from her. I had [...]

    26. I recevied a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.I am thoroughly confused after reading The Silver Thread. This book was not at all what I expected. I had such high hopes for this book because I loved the first book and the way the it ended.Going into this book I was definitely hoping for more Talvi and Annika and I sorta got that, but I was also hoping for more action and mysterious evil lurking around the corner to put an unexpected twist in the newlywed [...]

    27. *I received an ARC from the author and am voluntarily reviewing this. The ARC does not influence my review or my honesty*So I started this once a long time ago, but I'd just finished the first book and was afraid of how this would turn out; relationship issues, family drama and some major heartache looked involved. After having just fallen in love with Talvi and his world, I really didn't feel ready to delve back into the world only to see it all torn away by insecurities and misunderstandings. [...]

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