The Color of Love: The Color of Heaven, Book 6 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
USA Today best-selling author Julianne MacLean continues her Color of Heaven series with another fast-paced, emotionally gripping tale that will move and inspire you. Carla Matthews is a single mother struggling to make ends meet and give her daughter Kaleigh a decent upbringing. When Kaleigh's absent father Seth - a famous alpine climber who never wanted to be tied down - begs for a second chance at fatherhood, Carla is hesitant because she doesn't want to pin her hopes on a man who is always seeking another mountain to scale. A man who was never willing to stay put in one place and raise a family. But when Seth's plane goes missing after a crash landing in the harsh Canadian wilderness, Carla must wait for news… Is he dead or alive? Will the wreckage ever be found? One year later, after having given up all hope, Carla receives a shocking phone call. A man has been found, half-dead, floating on an iceberg in the North Atlantic, uttering her name. Is this Seth? And is it possible that he will come home to her and Kaleigh at last, and be the man she always dreamed he would be?
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 12 minutes|
|Narrator||Chris Ruen, Jennifer O'Donnell, Graham Halstead|
|Audible.ca Release Date||October 13 2014|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #210,922 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#14,473 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#22,922 in Christian Romance
#24,465 in Family Life
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This author knows how to write unique and unusual stories, and her talent does not disappoint - not in the Color Series or any of her stand-alones. She's an author you will want to follow. I have read about 10 of her books so far, and enjoying them all.
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The cover's a lovely one on this one, too, though none have topped The Color of Heaven's cover for me. That one is a real beaut.
I guessed how this story was going to play out, which is rare for me and I did feel exceedingly bad for one particular character, though no spoilers here. They were treated a little shabbily for my liking but said character features in the next instalment, I read, so perhaps they'll be OK......things got a little rushed toward the end which was a bit of a shame. I'd have liked to see more of a certain courtship and less of the days playing Robinson Crusoe !!
We did get told too many times near the start that Seth needed to conserve his phone's battery......we got it, the first time of mentioning !! We was written and not he at one point, then we had breach not breech. She also had visitor's and not visitors' written but at other times her apostrophes were all properly positioned so someone messed that up by not spotting it.
However, once again a thought-provoking and nice story by the author, who rarely puts a foot wrong for me.
Very good descriptions of characters, events and locations, which made the reader aware of what really happened without going into gory details.
I didn't spot any typos and there weren't too many American trade names etc which can be distracting for English readers.
Would recommend the books