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True Colors by Thea Harrison
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Jan 07, 12

it was amazing
Read from January 06 to 07, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

Thea Harrison does it again in this novella getting five stars. We meet Alice, a Rainbow Chameleon, a rare Wyr. She's a wonderful heroine, very much like a normal person compared to the three other books. She ends up finding her best friend dead when she went to visit, and smells a predator entering the house. In comes Gideon Riehl a wolf wyr, apart of the Wyr Division of Violent Crime. He knows someone is watching him but couldn't quiet place it. Alice flees thinking its the killer, that she also recognizes as her mate. She does find out that Gideon, is not the killer but a detective. She tries to deny herself that this is her mate, but Wyr mating over rules all other senses. The book is pulled together well, and pulls your emotions every which way with Alice. You understand her point of view as things happen so very fast. At the same time, you also fall in love with Gideon, he's a wolf, so you get a soldier boy who's put himself into a city. He's got the ruggish look of a rebel but a solider at heart. Yet, he's gentle and loving all at the same time it never dulls. This is also the time of the Winter solstice that the Elder Races celebrate. And their not too fair from the Masque when this happens. Which is a big event in the Elder Races eyes, everyone celebrates the beginning of life this way. There are a few gods that the Elders celebrate, which is neat to see who they follow and what they represent. You have Taliesen, Azrael, and Inanna. Three aspects, which is important to the book. The numbers 3, and 7 are mentioned and Alice is able to piece them together. I was very pleased with the end of this book and yet I wanted more. I can't wait to read Oracle's Moon, and Bayne's that seems be a hint that he'll be coming up soon.

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