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From best-selling author Julianne MacLean comes a special holiday novella in her popular Color of Heaven series, where people are affected by real life magic and miracles that change everything they once believed about life and love.

Claire Radcliffe has been blessed with a wonderful life - a loving husband, a fulfilling career, and a perfect house in a charming historic neighborhood. But with each Christmas that passes, the one thing she longs for most of all continues to elude her, and before long, her life doesn't seem so perfect anymore.

When yet another holiday season approaches and her marriage suffers the worst possible blow, Claire must learn to have faith in destiny, and allow herself to believe that miracles can happen to anyone - especially at Christmastime.

Heartwarming and inspiring, The Color of a Christmas Miracle is the tale of one woman's journey to find happiness, and to learn the power of forgiveness and redemption on the path to true love.

©2016 Julianne MacLean (P)2016 Julianne MacLean

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Typical premise. Unimpressed

Don't be blinded by the title, this is hardly a book about Christmas, but rather a book about a woman who falls in love, gets her heart broken by her cheating, no good husband who runs off with the neighbors wife, he ends up getting the wife pregnant and then he is killed on an accident and leaves a pregnant adulteress behind.

I thought I would love this one, but the main character comes off as extremely Whiney, needy, obsessed with having a baby and very difficult to relate to.

The ending is as you would expect. She falls in love and has her happily ever after with the neighbors husband.

Usually I like this series, but not this time.

The narrator did a great job at the main character but for all other characters even the sister, Bev, she sounded awful. Maybe like a 100 year old smoker.

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