The Holler (The Tribe, #2)

Harper L. Jameson

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The Holler (The Tribe, #2)

The Holler The Tribe In a forgotten part of the Appalachians the town of McAllen is rife with the traces of departed native tribes and crumbling ghost towns a remote corner of Ohio that has long been a place where super

  • Title: The Holler (The Tribe, #2)
  • Author: Harper L. Jameson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 450
  • Format: ebook
  • In a forgotten part of the Appalachians, the town of McAllen is rife with the traces of departed native tribes and crumbling ghost towns, a remote corner of Ohio that has long been a place where superstition and secrets hide in the forests surrounding the mountains Sheriff Jessica Attwood was born there, and if she isn t careful, she ll die there McAllen has a morgue fulIn a forgotten part of the Appalachians, the town of McAllen is rife with the traces of departed native tribes and crumbling ghost towns, a remote corner of Ohio that has long been a place where superstition and secrets hide in the forests surrounding the mountains Sheriff Jessica Attwood was born there, and if she isn t careful, she ll die there McAllen has a morgue full of bodies, a file of missing persons dating back to the Civil War and the sheriff has no idea what is happening in her town Her questions only multiply when her investigation leads her to the half breed mountain man, Sig, and her little world is thrown into a chaos that only calms when she s in his arms.Sig has stayed out of it Haunted by his own demons, his job is to protect the people that call this place home, enduring the scorn of a population almost completely unaffected by the outside world The problem of McAllen s residents aren t his concernuntil they come into his holler His duty brings him face to face with the local sheriff, a woman he s watched from the shadows for years, drawn in a way he can t explain.Jessica s investigation pulls her deeper into the holler, to a world of lost magic and small town legends legends that tell of a spirit roaming the woods, and a battle between good and evil that has raged for than two centuries As her fascination with Sig grows, something is calling her into the forest, into Sig s arms and putting her on the front lines.Wild animal, crazed woodsman Jessica s guesses about the killer s identity are as thick as the trees, but, as the line between worlds starts to blur, the superstitious townsfolk voice another theory There s something stalking the holler And it wants Jessica.

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    1. Wopsywoobookblog on said:

      It’s been nearly 200 years since the ice storm that almost destroyed McAllen. Sheriff Jessica Attwood was born there, in a little valley in the Ohio Appalachians known as Wright’s Holler. If she isn’t careful, she’ll die there.McAllen has a morgue full of bodies, a file of missing persons dating back decades and a sheriff that is determined to find out what is happening to her town. Her investigation leads her to the half-breed mountain man, Misignwa, and her reality is thrown into a cha [...]

    2. AC Squared Book Blog on said:

      This book was nothing like I'd ever read. Unfortunately I haven't read the first book, but it didn't hinder the second book at all. I loved the tribe culture and how it mixed in with the people of the town. There was so much doing on, it was so exciting. Harper did a great job of creating a truly unique and enjoyable series. This really is unlike anything else you might find out there. It was very old school and spiritual in the idea of the treble, but she brought on a great paranormal and a sli [...]

    3. Lea Vickery on said:

      First off I want to mention that I've read all of the books in this series so far. And when this released I bought a signed copy straight from the author.The world is a comfortable setting. The way that Mrs. Jameson writes is amazing, there is so much vivid detail that you feel like you are in that world.While there is mature themes in this I feel like the sex scenes and the violence is very needed, it wasn't something that the writer just threw in, it actually moved the story forward. There wer [...]

    4. Madalyn Beck on said:

      For those who don't know me, PNR isn't my typical genre, so this wasn't my favorite. These are my opinions. Please know that if you do enjoy PNR, you will likely love these books. While I'm not the biggest fan of the genre, I still thoroughly enjoyed the first two books of this series!We finally get to enter the magical world of the Holler again! I have to say, I loved the first book of Wes and Annie's story. So when this book came out, I had to dig in and learn about Sig, one of the son's of We [...]

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