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    Powerful emotionally! 4.5 stars

    If you believe in the little miracles of life, then The Color of a Silver Lining, the 13th stories in the series The Color of Heaven, will be perfect for you! Julianne MacLean weaved a complex and emotional story of hope. Again, I felt like on a roller coaster ride of emotions. Ms. MacLean didn’t disappoint me! A little different than previous books in the series! Emma’s story was very touching! Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. This is my honest opinion.
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    Fate steps in.

    I fell in love with Luke and Louise. I'm not too crazy about Emma. Emma lost her son and has been grieving hard. Her husband had been so cruel to her and so they divorced. Emma was ready to move on with Luke. He has helped her so much. Bev and Louise go on a sailing ship which is struck by a wind that causes the boat to sink. They barely make it off the boat alive. In fact, Louise does die for a short time. When she comes back, she has a story about the place and people that she met. Her story causes quite an uproar. Luke finds out that Louise is his daughter and he really wants to get to know her. All of their lives are intertwined and fate has stepped in to give them everything that they wanted.
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    THE COLOR OF A SILVER LINING

    Julianne MacLean is one of my favourite authors and The Color of Heaven series is my favourite series. THE COLOR OF A SILVER LINING (THE COLOR OF HEAVEN SERIES, #13) by Julianne MacLean, which can be easily read as a stand alone, has a gorgeous cover! This story of love, secrets, trust, tragedy, second chances, miracles and hope is one of Julianne MacLean's finest! Bev and Louise in Halifax on Canada's east coast and Emma, Luke and Carter in Victoria on Canada's west coast seemed authentic and real. I could feel their joy, pain, doubts, faith, hope and love. Julianne MacLean masterfully weaves together their stories. Single mother Beverly Hutchinson, her sister Claire, and Bev's 5-year-old daughter Louise went for a day cruise on the tall ship Dalila. This wonderful sailing experience on an old fashioned square rigger was interrupted by a meteorological phenomenon called a "micro-burst." What happened next had me reading and quickly turning the pages. What happened to Louise? Would Bev find her daughter? Would Louise survive this tragic incident? Although I did not want this story to end, I could not put the book down until I was finished. I highly recommend THE COLOR OF A SILVER LINING and give it 5 shining stars! Special thanks to Julianne MacLean for giving me an advanced copy of this book, allowing me to read it and write a review of my own thoughts on it.
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    A beautiful & emotional story of love, hope & joy!

    The Color of a Silver Lining Once again Julianne MacLean writes a beautiful, emotional, and complex story of love, hope, & second chances! The Color of a Silver Lining starts with a tragedy. Julianne’s writing is so wonderful that the characters come alive and you feel their grief and pain. This emotional story encourages you to want to live the life you were meant to live while here on earth. To love and to forgive. Through a sweet innocent child, who dies & is brought back to life, we are reminded of the hope of heaven. God does indeed work in glorious & miraculous ways! This book will grab ahold of your heart from the very beginning and it will not let go until the very end. You will believe that the little miracles of life are gifts from God. Julianne weaves an emotional story filled with twists & turns, heartache, pain & sorrow, love, hope & joy! I highly recommend reading The Color of a Silver Lining. If you have never read a Julianne MacLean novel you should! This is the 13th book in the series, but can be read as a stand-alone novel. This book is so engrossing that you will not want to do anything but read! This is my honest review of The Color of a Silver Lining. I did receive an advanced copy of the book. I was not required or compensation for my opinion.
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    Heartwarming and sweet

    his was a well-written, inspiring book. This book can be read as a standalone story, though it is part of the Color of Heaven series. Emma lost her four year old son to an accident three years ago, and her marriage did not survive it. Her divorce is being finalized. She has found happiness with her finance Luke. Across the country, Bev's daughter is in an accident, but miraculously is brought back to life. She tells Bev about seeing heaven. This news causes a media frenzy which Bev does her best to protect her daughter from being involved with. Emma becomes obsessed with the story and wants to connect with Bev, but Luke wants her to let go of her grief and move on. This book made me think and it was very heartwarming. I look forward to reading more books in this series as well as others by this author.
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