True Colors

True Colors

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by Joyce Lamb
     
 

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Detective John Logan moved to Lake Avalon, Florida, to put a lifetime of hardship and tragedy out of sight. But when Logan's darkest secret comes to town with revenge in mind, he puts the woman of his dreams in a serial killer's crosshairs.

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Detective John Logan moved to Lake Avalon, Florida, to put a lifetime of hardship and tragedy out of sight. But when Logan's darkest secret comes to town with revenge in mind, he puts the woman of his dreams in a serial killer's crosshairs.

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
"A follow-up to True Vision, True Colors is just as fast paced and gripping. The story is dark and twisted. ... The romance is sizzling and satisfying. It's easy to empathize with the characters and the action makes this a perfect weekend read."
-Romantic Times

"This paranormal thriller will hold you spellbound. Splashed with just the right amount of romance, you will keep turning the pages to see where the unexpected twists and turns lead next."
-Fresh Fiction

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425240359
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/04/2011
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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From the Publisher
"A follow-up to True Vision, True Colors is just as fast paced and gripping. The story is dark and twisted. ... The romance is sizzling and satisfying. It's easy to empathize with the characters and the action makes this a perfect weekend read."
-Romantic Times

"This paranormal thriller will hold you spellbound. Splashed with just the right amount of romance, you will keep turning the pages to see where the unexpected twists and turns lead next."
-Fresh Fiction

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True Colors 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love everything Joyce Lamb writes. True Vision, the first book in this trilogy. really captured my attention so I eagerly devoured this one, Book #2. I wasn't disappointed. In fact, I love it so much I just read it again. Lamb very deftly handled a psychic ability that our heroine, Alex, doesn't want ad has trouble handling, especially when it makes her relive people's worst moment. If that isn't bad enough, a crazed serial killer is after her. Mix the tension, the world of psychic abilities and hot romance together (you will love John Logan, whose first priority is Alex) and you have a real winner.Put this on your Don't Miss list. I highly recommend it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So far every book shes wrote gets better,i would reccomend all of her books. If you like romantic suspense you will love her books.
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Val-Pearson More than 1 year ago
First off, I'm just going to say that this series is definitely one of my favorites of the year. Joyce Lamb is an author whose books are on my automatic "to be read". I don't care what genre she writes, I will be a lifelong fan. I can identify with the characters, the writing style blows me away in every book and I always find myself thinking of her books long after they have been read. Alex's character appealed to me immediately with her love of abused animals. It takes a special woman to be able to take care of rescue animals and the fact that she could relate better to the animals than to people, piqued my interest. John Logan's character was oh so dreamy. Who wouldn't love a detective who is not afraid to put his life on the line for the woman he loves? Fighting his own demons, John has to find a way to come to terms with Alex's psychic ability. Butch McGee was one insanely creepy character. A character I loved to hate. I found myself holding my breath through the scenes with this deranged killer. His character made this book a superb read as the entire time, I was trying to figure out his angle. I love Anna Coreen, the lady with psychic abilities that helps the sisters through their self discovery moments. She has a strong presence through out the True books and it wouldn't be the same without her. The plot in True Colors is gripping, hair- raising and I loved every minute of it. I could feel the hairs on the back of my neck standing up. A compelling page turner, this book has perfect pacing. The characters are meticulously developed and are easy to bond with. Each chapter leaves you hanging and I found myself reading into the wee hours of the morning just trying to see what happened next. I HIGHLY recommend True Colors to anyone who loves a solid, strong romantic suspense/thriller. Ms. Lamb is an outstanding writer and I am anxiously looking forward to reading True Shot, Sam's story. If you would like to read the books in order, here they are: True Vision - Charlie's story True Colors - Alex's story True Shot - Sam's story (out in December)
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In Lake Avalon, Florida, photojournalist Alex Trudeau had thought her life was great due to her beloved dogs and her profession; but now believes her life is perfect since Detective John Logan came to town. However, she takes a bullet while protecting her sister Lake Avalon Gazette reporter Charlie Trudeau (see True Vision for her thriller). The shot somehow enhances her already strong psychic skills as now a touch provides her vivid nasty memories the other person prefers forgotten. Logan came to town to escape his past and believes he has done so with his relationship with Alex. However, his past returns to haunt him when an avenging serial killer abducts his beloved Alex so she can be used as the bait to murder Logan. Although she uses her skills to leave him clues, Logan knows when the confrontation comes he will risk death to insure she lives. The second Trudeau sibling romantic suspense is truly a delightful thriller starring two likable but flawed lead characters trying to work together from a distance to thwart a psychopath from murdering either of them. Fast-paced with a clever contrast between the warm romance and the dark suspense, the sub-genre audience will appreciate Joyce Lamb's second Lake Avalon thriller. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Blueclaw slowly climbs the building. She grabs the entire nest in her teeth and then climbs down. She kills all the babies. Then she drags them back to camp.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A tall stone Twoleg building stands in a grassy feild. Ivy is growing up the sides and stones have fallen out creating gaps. At the top is a robin nest. There are babies in it. The babies look older then babies. They cant fly but are almost ready to learn. There mother has gone hunting for worms. She wont return for a while leaving her young ones alone.............-Redstar