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In True Colors: Alice Clark, a Wyr and schoolteacher, has had two friends murdered in as many days, and she's just found the body of a third. She arrives at the scene only minutes before Gideon Riehl, a wolf Wyr and current detective in the Wyr Division of Violent Crime - and, as Alice oh-so-inconveniently recognizes at first sight, her mate.

But the sudden connection Riehl and Alice feel is complicated when the murders are linked to a serial killer who last struck seven years ago, killing seven people in seven days. They have just one night before the killer strikes again. And every sign points to Alice as the next victim.

In Natural Evil: Claudia Hunter is on a road trip through the Nevada desert when she sees the body of a dog on the side of the highway. Pulling over to investigate, she quickly determines that the enormous animal is clinging to life. While working to save him with the help of the local vet, Claudia realizes there's something about the creature that seems more. Other. Wyr. Which makes this case of animal cruelty attempted murder.

Too injured to shape-shift, Luis Alvaraz is reluctant to tell Claudia what he knows about his attack, afraid it will only make her a target. But the sheriff is corrupt, and his attackers know Luis is alive and vulnerable. To make matters worse, a sandstorm is sweeping into town, and if they're going to survive the night, Luis will have to place all his trust in Claudia.

©2014 Teddy Harrison (P)2014 Tantor

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Can't go wrong with Elder Races!

I am a huge fan of the Elder Races books... so anything in this series is a winner for me.
I really like the .5 books, b/c it shows different aspects of the Elder Races world that don't focus on Dragos or one of the Sentinels, although Dragos or the Griffins are my absolute FAVORITES!

The first story was my favorite. The whole Tarot Card killer thing was really interesting. This is a must for those who follow the series... a great credit, buy or sale.

Narration was superb...as Eastlake is one of the best!

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the story's were rushed

both books were good but would have been much better had they been longer and more drawn out. they were rushed and it took away from them

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Love is in the cards for four new characters

An antique, hand-painted deck of fortune-telling cards are passed along by the heroine of the first story to the heroine of the second novella, loosely connecting their narratives. Unlike standard tarot cards, these bear symbols specific to the Elder Races belief system. Each chapter is titled with the name of a card from the deck.

The first story focuses on a fascinating breed of shifters who are new to the Elder Races series and very much an endangered species. A blizzard conveniently strands the hero and heroine in her home. Riehl, a homicide detective, believes that Alice can help him solve the mystery of an OCD serial killer who has murdered three of her friends. Time is of the essence since Alice may be next on the hit list.

The second story introduces us to Claudia, an ex-soldier who came back from her tours overseas with scars from her experience of traumatic warfare. Her psychic skills are pretty low compared to other members of the Elder races, but they prove useful in helping her figure out who tried to murder Luis, a wyr unable to shift from his dog form when she finds him on the side of the road. The mystery of why he was targeted sets the stage for the next novella, in Destiny's Tarot, with the same deck making its way into a new pair of hands.

Sophie Eastlake does a great job with the narration, as usual. I would feel more satisfied about spending a credit if all four novellas were bundled together. However, the quality of the stories still makes them a good buy.

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One deck of tarot cards..

Two very good stories. I thought I was just going to get one story out of this book but ended up with two delightful little stories that were both good and well done. The book held my attention and the main female characters in both stories were both awesome.

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Short but sweet

Positive storyline. Kept with the series.
I was hesitant to purchase such short book but glad I did.

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2 novellas - involving the same set of tarot cards

True Colors:

This was a quick story about Alice and Gideon. It was a murder mystery. Alice was a rare type of Wyr, and her kind was being murdered. Gideon was the detective? Police officer? On the case. He was a wolf Wyr.

The moment they met, they both felt something changed in their life irrevocably. They had met their mate. I don’t love Insta-love, but I do love Insta-connection. I love stories where there is an outside force that has already hand-picked two people for each other.

I enjoyed the mystery in this story, and I loved experiencing Alice and Gideon’s quick understanding of what they found in each other and then how they went about opening up to each other. It was a really enjoyable story.


Natural Evil:

This novella was good. I liked the story, but I didn’t feel the connection between the characters. I liked both of them and I loved the idea of a big 6.5 foot Hero. But she listed all the reasons they wouldn’t work. She was 40 and could technically be old enough to be his mother, and once that was mentioned I disconnected from these two romantically. She was at the end of her career he was just starting his. She wouldn’t be having kids, which means she made that decision for both of them before they ever met. He would have a longer lifespan and she was already about half way through hers.

They just didn’t mesh well and after that I was kind of gross out when they kissed. I just didn’t get the connection between them.

But aside from that, it was a good story. I just wish the age thing wasn’t a factor because it ruined it for me.

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great add on story

love all these books and will listen to the rest of them as they come available ❤️

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intersting two tailer

I loved the two short stories. the second one had a little unfinished feel to it.

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The Elder Races Magical Tarot

Thea Harrison's words, Sofie Eastlake's performance are a perfect fit. This is enjoyable and exciting art. More, more, more.

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Mixed thoughts

I struggled to finish the first story a bit - intersting, but it didn't pull you in enough. The second story made up for it. I would read it again.