The Color Of The Season by Julianne MacLean

Love Remains

The Color Of The Season by Julianne MacLean is a bittersweet romantic novel which I loved.

There are many themes including that of grief. “Maybe I’m floating in a sea of grief where I can’t see the shore.” Grief hurts. Grief is raw. There is the grief of a loved one’s passing and the grief of missed opportunities.

Life is so much more than we can see and feel. Sometimes things happen with no logical explanation.

There is the theme of healing – actual and a healing from the past.

Past events may haunt the present and future. “The future doesn’t have to be dictated by the past.” The past has gone. It cannot be altered but we can learn lessons as we move into the future.

Love never dies. Love remains. Love lingers in a loved one’s life. There is both family love and romantic love.

Families are complicated affairs. Action we misinterpret as children can affect our lives forever.

Anger, alcoholism and drugs have detrimental effects on all family members. It is never too late to repent, get help and have a fresh start.

The novel is written in the first person from two different points of view. As such the reader becomes intimately acquainted with both characters.

The Color Of The Season was a delightful book of love and loss and ties that forever bind.

This book is book seven in the Color Of Heaven series but can be read as a stand-alone. It is also part of a box set called Christmas Miracles.

I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.



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