Of Love And Friendship
The Color Of A Christmas Miracle by Julianne MacLean is a heart wrenching story surrounding the topic of infertility. When having a baby becomes the sole focus, it drains everyone and cracks in relationships start to appear.
The novel is about friendship and families, support and kind hearts. Both love and sadness radiate from the story.
There are the themes of hurt and forgiveness. Forgiveness frees us from the bondage of bitterness, consuming us from the inside out. The effects of forgiveness can be far reaching.
Second chances, new beginnings and hope all feature within this beautiful novel.
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.