Eighteen years ago a teenage pregnancy changed Kate Worthington's life forever. Faced with many difficult decisions, she chose to follow her heart and embrace an uncertain future with Glenn Ferguson, her devoted first love...and the father of her baby.
At the same time, in another part of the world, 16-year-old Ryan Hamilton makes his own share of mistakes, but learns important lessons along the way.
Soon Kate's and Ryan's paths cross in a way they never expected, which makes them question the existence of destiny. Even when all seems hopeless, is it possible that everything happens for a reason, and do we end up exactly where we are meant to be?
©2013 Julianne MacLean (P)2013 Julianne MacLean
Book Two in the Color of Heaven series.
This is the story of Kate Worthington and Ryan Hamilton. Kate deals with a teen pregnancy, while Ryan in involved in a teen drunk driving accident. Both later become successful in their field of choice and learn from their mistakes.
If you're looking for a hard-hitting story of love, loss and new hope, this is the story for you.
Very good story. Full of interesting connections and emotions that are so real to keep you from closing the book. Enjoyed the journey and the end of the journey. Love Julianne MacLean's books.
Yes, I would recommend not only this book but the series. So interesting and draws the listener right into the continually unfolding plot.
to suddenly realise how these people were all connected.
There's a timbre in her voice that draws me in.
No, I find the whole plot moving.
COLOR OF DESTINY is the second book in her Color of Heaven series. Because I truly enjoy Julianne MacLean's historical romances, I gave the first book and now this one a try. I'm not really a fan of contemporary fiction. There is just too much angst that hits too close to real life. Don't get me wrong, Kate and Ryan's story is very well written, and is a charming romance filled with high emotions. I just would have appreciated it more had it been set a few hundred years ago. :)
I enjoyed the narration a lot more in this book than the first book - the different voices helped the story and characters become more believable.
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