I just finished this book. It was so good, so much emotion. I stayed up late last night reading the first half. When I decided to try and get some sleep, I couldn't. I kept thinking about the story and the characters. I stopped everything today to finish. (Just don't tell my dh), house is a mess. I'm still thinking about their story. karebear
LOVED this engaging story 5*I absolutely loved everything about this book. In fact with so many five star reviews you are all going to think the author is paying us. It's just a really enjoyable story. I found myself rooting for both of the main characters. It's rare to find a book where their is conflict between two characters yet you can be rooting for both of them to have happiness. Their love story is very romantic...this book weaves in a bit of suspense. I even enjoyed reading about the other not-so-nice characters in the book. This author knows how to paint pictures with words. Sue Reviews (Longwood FL)
True Colours- A Passionate journey you won't regret! 5*In True Colours you don't read the emotions but you live them- feeling Alex's exhaustion while driven by her hope and torn by her duty- Great stuff. It's engrossing as you want to keep with the pace of the plot's turns and surprises. I couldn't put it down and what better places are there for the book's settings (Ireland and Spain)! I would recommend anyone climb aboard this passionate journey - you won't regret it. Suerte! Moreno
LOVED IT! 5*
Loved it, couldn't put it down. This is a wonderful mystery romance and you don't find out the major "What?" until the very end of the book. As always, with a good book, I wish it would have continued. Addicted to Books
From the Author
I hope this book is one of surprises for you, the reader, that there are twists and turns that you don't expect. There were definitely surprises for me as I was writing it - the characters took over and led the way. And that painting, I had no idea was there until Alex walked into the room!
TRUE COLOURS is set in two places I love, Ireland and Spain. I live close to a house very like Kilfenora, but the name comes from the boreen (country) lane that I live beside; ór means gold in Irish - I hope one day when I'm walking up the mountain with my children, that we might find it.
Lots of reviewers have asked for a sequel, wanting to know what happens next and I want to find out what happens to Peter and Caroline, so watch this space!