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True Colors: A Novella of the Elder Races Paperback – 24 July 2017
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- Publisher : Teddy Harrison LLC (24 July 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 120 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0998139181
- ISBN-13 : 978-0998139180
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 0.71 x 20.32 cm
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Alice and Gideon don't meet under the best circumstances. Gideon is chasing after a serial murderer, but he is surprised to find what he isn't looking for. The mystery behind the brutal murders isn't what is expected.
A good read for lovers of the Wyr World and fans of Thea Harrison.
Fear and mating make for an interesting combination in this novella from the Elder Races series, as this pair get off to a rocky start. However, it rapidly improves as Riehl grows very protective of Alice, and she's happy to let him. As a school teacher Alice has always tried to be ordinary, especially since her Wyr side is so different. At first glance she's a complete opposite to Riehl, a wolf Wyr and ex-dog of war. Except there's something in each of them that balances the other out quite sweetly.
Considering this is only a novella, taking place over a short period of time, the pace is steady, using a clever seven chapter form based on the Elder Gods as represented in Alice's Primal Tarot deck (which is carried on in the next novella, Natural Evil ). Building nicely, Alice and Riehl get a chance to get to know one another as they piece together the clues to catch a murderer.
A nice little addition to the series, adding further depth to this world. Existing fans should enjoy it, and it'll give newcomers an interesting glimpse into the Elder Races world.
I recommend any of Thea Harrison books and would say they are good holiday reading.