Fran Baker, author and publisher/owner of Delphi Books, mentioned to us that she had read Julianne MacLean’s The Color of Heaven and that she should write a review. We quickly offered to share the review with you. Fran has the most entertaining author biography on her Amazon Author Page. The link above connects you to her page and the list of her Kindle books. Fran also blogs here.
Fran’s Review:
Sometimes a book grabs you and won’t let go. You just know something bad is going to happen, something that will tear you to pieces, but you can’t stop reading, can’t stop hoping that the good will outweigh the bad in the end. So it was with The Color of Heaven by Julianne McLean.

The Color of Heaven is really two stories rolled into one. Years ago, Cora abandoned her husband and family for reasons unknown; her daughter, Sophie, has always ached to know why but has never asked. Not until she experiences some of life’s cruelest blows can Sophie finally unlock the secrets of the past and learn to forgive.

This book has all the elements – love, loss, redemption – that make for a riveting read. Couple the unabashed emotion with an unexpected turn, and I guarantee that this is a story you won’t soon forget. The Color of Heaven is selling today for $2.99.

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