The Color of the Season (The Color of Heaven Series, #7)

The Color of the Season (The Color of Heaven Series, #7)

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ISBN-13: 9781927675229
Publisher: Julianne MacLean Publishing
Publication date: 11/04/2014
Series: Color of Heaven Series , #7
Pages: 260
Sales rank: 135,732
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Julianne MacLean is a USA Today bestselling author of 30 books and counting. These include a number of historical romances for Avon, St. Martin's Press, and Harlequin. She's written westerns, Victorians, Regency-set historicals and a wildly popular Scottish Highlander series. She is a three-time Rita finalist and is currently working on her bestselling Color of Heaven contemporary series.

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The Color of the Season (The Color of Heaven Series, #7) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again, another wonderful story from Julianne MacLean in The Color of Heaven Series. In this series, there are always those OH MY GOSH moments, and that moment in this book stopped my in my tracks! The way this author weaves together a story is amazing. In this book, we revisit Josh, which I was really glad for. I liked Josh a lot in the previous book, so I wanted to know more about where his path was leading. You quickly find yourself becoming attached to the various characters in these stories...and if you're like me, you'll never want The Color of Heaven Series to end. There is a touch of Christmas joy in The Color of the Season, and it has a huge impact. You can read this book as a stand alone, but you'd be depriving yourself of a wonder series of books. I can't wait for The Color of Joy to come out in February. My hat is off to Julianne MacLean once again!
jmcgarry More than 1 year ago
This is part of The Color of Heaven series. They are more of the heartwarming romance novels than steamy bodice-rippers.  In this book, we meet Josh, a Boston police officer who has just had his girlfriend break up with him. She found someone else. While on patrol that night, he gets into a shootout with a drug dealer who carjacked a van. Josh nearly dies. He is rushed to the operating table, and begins to experience himself floating out of his body, watching his surgery. He flashes back to his childhood friends Riley and his sister Leah. He is also there when Riley's sister Holly is born. Then he comes back to reality--or is it? I don't want to give too much else away, because of spoilers. The scenes in the operating room where Josh is floating above his body reminded me of Heaven Is For Real. I'm not familiar with near death experiences, but this sounds very real to me. The narration goes from Josh to Holly in the middle of the book, which at first I found disorienting, but then I got used to it. When it switched back to Josh at the end, I was somewhat prepared for it. It does raise the question, are near-death experiences real? If they are, why do we come back. Parts of this also reminded me of The Sixth Sense ("I see dead people.") She's writing a sequel to this book called The Color of Joy, to be published in February 2015. I look forward to it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cannot say enough about how much I enjoy "The Color of" series. Each book builds upon the previous book and yet each are stand alone stories. The characters and stories are well developed and thought out and The Color of the Season reflects that! I encourage you to read this series. I am so happy that I did! I've spent many enjoyable hours reading it. ***** esk 02/2018 *****
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the 2nd book I've read I'm the series and it is just an OK story, almost formulaic. Fortunately I got it for free so the only thing I've spent on it is time.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A sweet read. A lovely moral to end with. Forgiveness. Thank you Julianne. You warm hearts and give hope with your beautiful stories.
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Highly recommend!
MaggieSueMP More than 1 year ago
Although this was the last in a series of 7, it was the first one I read, followed by #1 The Color of Heaven. I enjoyed both books so much that I will be reading 2-6 very soon. The stories were so so good!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story line was extremely interesting while dealing with the "life after death" and family abuse topics, the characters were real and made you want to meet these people in person. The writing kept me interested. I read the whole book in just a couple of hours! I will definetly be buying more of her books!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed the story. Will read more of Julianne MacLeans books...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Different and good read. Love came thru loud and clear.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Life changing injury impacts everyone in this well written story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When Josh finds himself shot, floating above himself in an operating room, his life takes a different direction. He sees himself back as a 12 year old boy and his best friend on a sunny day heading out for a day that will change things in their lives. A wonderful book that looks at near death experience, a controlling father, a jillted lover and a long lost son, brother and friend. Don't miss out on a great read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was another great addition to The Color of Heaven series. Love the characters, the plot and the supernatural aspects as well. Definitely continuing on with the series!