How does a wife and mother deal with raising her own unstable child, as well as an orphaned fairy, and at the same time hide her special power of knowing the future? Elisa is doing the best she can, although keeping a foot in both worlds is precarious at best. Moving from place to place in order to keep the humans from finding out is hard on her, as is having to deal with the children not aging...while time moves on for her and her man. The forest is the safest place for the family, although they cannot remain there for long.
"The Hemlock Forest" is the prequel to "Run, Run, Run Away". It tells the story from Elisa's point of view, living in the human world, though shifted into a fey by the unwitting willow. No one knows, not even her husband, that she is a Scry...and she needs to keep it that way.