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Kaleidoscope Eyes

Narrated by: Stevie Ray Dallimore
Series: Family Honor, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 42 mins
4 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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In Karen Ball's Kaleidoscope Eyes, a woman "cursed" with a gift must join forces with a man hiding ulterior motives - or die. Born with synesthesia, Annie sees a pulsating World of color others can't perceive. This makes her a sought-after stained-glass artist and a key member of the K-9 Search and Rescue Team. But no one knows how well Annie hides her insecurities - until Jed comes along.
©2006 Karen Ball (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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"Sincere and well-paced, with the backdrop of a tumultuous period in history, the story is not easily forgotten." (Publishers Weekly)
"Readers will fall under the spell of the delicious plot." (Kirkus Reviews)

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Read this a dozen time! Love the story!

This is one of my all time favorite books. This narrator makes the characters so lively and real. I'd love to meet Annie Justice some day. The story is romantic and intriguing. It's suspenseful, touching and funny in places. The back up characters are just as real as the main focus. I'd also love to meet Andy. I wish she had done another book with his story. Most highly recommended.

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Dull and Wholesome

I appreciate wholesome books where the characters don't spend the majority of their time thinking about and having intimate romantic relationships.  This book was wholesome, but that is not what made it boring. It was just dull and preachy.  Also I think that if a cameraman was hiding in the bushes filming a search dog at work then the cameraman would be the first person the dog found. If the category of "Christian Fiction" existed this book would belong there, but the description gives no indication of this. 

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