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    Thought-provoking, emotionally-intense & riveting

    In The Color of Forever, Julianne MacLean weaves a complex, intriguing story. It's difficult to say everything I loved about this book without giving away spoilers, because her stories are so intricately-woven and follow a fascinating route to their conclusion. The reader "knew of" Katelyn in the previous book - The Color of Time - and I felt myself wanting to read the previous book again to remind me of how her story affected the characters in the previous book before diving into this story. But there was no need, because Katelyn's story is here - or it is. The concept of a person's ability to affect your reality in your dreams in again present in this story, with its own twist. The Color of Forever shouldn't be started unless you plan time to read it in one sitting, because you won't want to put it down. And like Katelyn, who mourned a life she didn't know she'd missed, I mourned the loss of these characters when The Color of Forever ended. I was fully engrossed in Katelyn's, Aaron's, Jack's, Sebastian's, and Evangeline's story, puzzled along with them as they navigated choppy waters, and missed them now their story is complete. Katelyn's story ended the way it should have, but my heart hung still in my chest until it did, and my heart broke for the one who lost, although I know he'll find his own happily-ever-after eventually. This is a clean story with a lot of romance but no explicit details. It makes the reader think about what could have been, and loves past, and makes you wonder if you are leading the life you're meant to be leading. Thought-provoking, emotionally-intense and riveting, Ms. MacLean delivers another 5-star romance in The Color of Forever. Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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    Another great read by Julianne MacLean

    All Julianne MacLean’s books are great reads. She is an auto-buy for me without question. Julianne’s Color series (which started with the Color of Heaven) are thought provoking and intriguing. I eagerly wait for each book in this series. This one, Color of Forever, is the 10th book in this series, and I couldn’t set it down. (While the Color books are listed as a series, each one can be read independently in any order.) The heroine, Katelyn, has a near death experience and sees her life flashing before her eyes – or does she? She is convinced that what she sees and feels in those moments is definitely her life – but she doesn’t recognize all the events or people. Join Katelyn, accompanied by her best friend Bailey, as she works to decipher what she saw and felt in that critical moment means, and recreates herself. An excellent read, with a satisfying ending.
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    So excellently wonderful

    This the fourth book of "The Color..." series I have had the pleasure to read. Will be reading the other six. I am overjoyed finding such a new readable author. This book has such an interesting story line. I really enjoy her writing style. The story is amazing. It held my interest to the last page and left me anxious for book 11. I read in two sittings, very hard to put down. Thank you.
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    Real Memory or Dream?

    Have you ever experienced a dream that seemed so real that months later you can still see it and feel the emotions associated with it? With this latest book in The Color of Heaven series, Julianne MacLean brings us into the world of Katelyn Roberts. Katelyn is a television reporter who recently divorced. When she has a vision during a near-death cycling accident, she is left with more questions than answers. The vision she saw, and the emotions felt seemed so real, but we're not of her own life as she had experienced up to that point. Join Katelyn and her best friend Bailey as they travel across the country to Maine in an attempt to make sense of what she saw and felt. While this book is part of The Color of Heaven series, you can easily read it as a standalone. I highly recommend you read the series because Julianne MacLean does such a good job of creating rich characters with thought provoking storylines.
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    I couldn't put it down!

    Wow! This is one of those "l couldn't put it down" books. The penny dropped right at the end of this amazing story as to why it is titled "The Color of Forever". Believe me when I say that this is a page turner like you have never read before. It's full of mystery, intrigue, romance and "real life magic" between three (or would that be six) people and tells the story of how their lives and their actions weave together and how this affects each one of them. Believe me, you just have to read it! An ARC copy of the book was provided by the author at no cost in exchange for my unbiased review.
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