Tales from Tarker's Hollow

Tales from Tarker's Hollow

by Tasha Black

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ISBN-13: 9781523384235
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/20/2016
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 963,941
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Tales from Tarker's Hollow 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cherigCG More than 1 year ago
I love shorts. Sometimes it is fun to be able to fill in a small space of time with a fun short. In Tales from Tarker's Hollow, Ms. Black has given us three stories about residents of Tarker's Hollow, the setting for some great longer series. Curse and Fate of the Alpha. Book one: Ghost of Shifters Past A short story involving some Tarker Hollow citizens. Bonnie, newly moved from a smaller town as the lone librarian to handling one section of the huge campus library. That isn't her only adjustment. The shifters here live in and among humans. Her wolf feels caged. She knows few people and wonders if there are any men who might be available. This story has some wonderful Native American tales, magic, and history. I am fascinated with it all and was glued to this story. Could Bonnie possibly be communicating with a lost band? Her dreams told her it was more. The vision....well, you have to read more to find out where this leads. I promise you will be glad you did. Another winner and recommend from me. Book two: The Talented Mr. MacGregor: In addition to the book, I have listened to the Audio of this story and loved it. The Narrator, Mason Lloyd, is one of my favorites. He never disappoints. Give him a book of Ms. Black's and it's a double win. Mac is a teacher, not the Alpha--at least he was. When his good friend and pack alpha is killed in an accident, he is appointed to stand in until the next in line daughter comes to take over or appoint a new Alpha. Not only is he unprepared for the job, he sure isn't prepared for the reaction by all the females--old and young. With his Alpha pushing out he isn't as good at resisting as he wants to be. This is a fun mystery, with some humor and character insight. A short story is great to fill in the time when you are limited. Some aren't satisfying because of the length. Not so with Ms. Black, she entertains and fills in some blanks for her longer series set in Tarter's Hollow. It is fun to read about minor characters that interest but don't get enough play in the main story. Thank you, Ms. Black. Book three: The Clockwork Dragon: Marie feels she has disappointed her family, even the world. She's supposed to carry on the magic for her family and the rest of the magics. But, she just isn't magical. She was told she'd come into her own. Too bad the time is up. Tonight a new leader is named and the man in line is an...well he is. She's been dreaming of a Prince, one who is magic and makes her feel it herself. Too bad he's just in her dreams—or is he. Read the lengths Marie is willing to go to save the magic people of Tarkar Hollow, how she tries to save the world of magic, and maybe find a Prince of her own. You'll see some magic and read about some magical toys, villains, and a Christmas to remember. I was provided an ARC for an honest review. is a fun mystery, with some humor and character insight. A short story is great to fill in the time when you are limited. Some aren't satisfying because of the length. Not so with Ms. Black, she entertains and fills in some blanks for her longer series set in Tarter's Hollow. It is fun to read about minor characters that interest but don't get enough play in the main story. Thank you, Ms. Black. I was provided an ARC for an honest review.