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True Colors by Thea Harrison
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Yet again, Thea Harrison has wowed me with her elegant writing style. While this novella is on the short side, it's definitely sweet and I thoroughly enjoyed this tale of "mates-at-first-sight".

To date in the amazing 'Elder Races' series, we've been treated to stories involving those powerful immortal alpha Wyrs, and while it's been highly entertaining reading how those often stoic individuals succumb to love and matehood it was nice for a change to get a glimpse into the world of more "normal" Wyrs (that is, Wyrs whose animals aren't based on mythological creatures). Gideon, NYPD Wolf-Wyr, is no less alpha than those omniscient immortals we've met previously, yet he was gentle, tender and immediately accepting of his mate, Alice - especially in regard to the horrors that she was currently facing.

The suspense element of this novella was extremely good, and it's evident Harrison has put a great deal of thought into every element of the 'Elder Races' world she's created. Now that I've gotten a little taste of more in this series, I can't wait for 'Oracle's Moon' release, where we'll get yet another facet of this intriguing alternate world....

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