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Cat Tats by Faith Hunter
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This book contains four stories of backstory and missing scenes from the Jane Yellowrock series. I loved every one of them. It's great to have some questions answered about Jane and LaFleur. The tension is high! I just wish there were more stories to read. ( )
  R.E.Stearns | Aug 15, 2017 |
4 stories that add to the Jane Yellow rock series. A must read for fans! ( )
  BookJunkie777 | Oct 16, 2016 |
Jane Yellowrock is another flawed but fiercely awesome urban fantasy character. A strong female lead, I love how she makes tons of mistakes and just keeps going. As she searches for the answers to her past we get to see the person that Jane will become. Great storyline with enough twists to keep the series fresh. I would recommend reading the companion short stories as hunter references these without going in to the back story. You have to make some assumptions if you haven't read them. ( )
  NicolefromCarmel | May 5, 2014 |
If you're familiar with the world of Jane Yellowrock then these short stories will more than please. If you haven't read any of the Jane Yellowrock stories then these are a good place to start although I think you'll enjoy them so much more if you actaully read the series and honestly if you like Urban Fantasy in any form then you owe it to yourself to read the Jane Yellowrock series. In Cat's Tales we're introduced to four stories that not only add to our knowledge and enjoyment of Jane but are also fun to read.

The Four Short Stories are:

1. The Early Years - A short story about Jane which is set right after she left the Children's home that she grew up in. It's a story about finding ones self and sets the pace for the path that Jane will forever walk.

2. Cat Tats - How Rick LeFleur got the tattoes of the cats on him and is in his point of view.

3. Kits - The story of how Jane became good friends with Molly.

4. Blood, Fangs and Going Furry - A story with Rick LeFleur and Jane in Rick's point of view and takes place "immediatly" after the book Mercy Blade.

Along with these tales you also get a nice introduction from the Author which talks about how she came up with Jane Yellowrock and her world and a nice timeline for the series as a whole including the short stories so you'll know when they all took place. Honestly, it's a real value for the price. The quality of the short stories is top notch, the editing is perfect and the stories aren't super short nor too long. A great way to enhance your collection and a good way to learn more about Jane Yellowrock and her world. I loved every minute of it! ( )
  Jamiesbookblog | Feb 13, 2014 |
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Explore the world of shape-shifter and vampire hunter Jane Yellowrock in these four stories, collected here for the first time. Meet Jane as she leaves the orphanage she was raised in…and encounters the witch who’ll become her future best friend. Discover the story behind Cajun cop Rick LaFleur’s cat tattoos—and the powerful witch who inked them. And, in the final, all-new story, find out what happened between Jane and Rick seconds after the end of Mercy Blade. Plus, get a never-before-seen index of vampire clans and alliances and a letter from the author about the origins of Jane Yellowrock.
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-- And don?t miss a special excerpt: the first three chapters from the newest Jane Yellowrock novel, -- New York Times bestselling author Kim Harrison.

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