Thursday, March 1, 2012

Book Review: Strings of Color

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Strings of Color
Marian L. Thomas

4.5 stars

Strings of Color by Marian L. Thomas reintroduces readers to four women linked by the lies, betrayal and secrets of their past. Simone is a talented woman struggling to give her heart to the man of her dreams. Simone also struggles with building a relationship with a mother who has never been in her life. Misty is trying to reclaim the life she let her ego destroy. When Misty discovers some unsuspected information about her past she will have to make a decision that will change her life.

Naya is grieving the loss of her husband while trying to stay strong enough to keep living. Naya receives an uninvited visitor and suddenly has to confront her past head on. Mona knows she is far from being a saint but needs to make amends. Mona finds a unique way to clean out the skeletons in her closet because she realizes the decisions she made in the past would soon come back to bite. Will Mona be prepared for responses?

Strings of Color is a book that reveals family secrets. From the first page until the last readers will be struck with overwhelming emotions. This book has well-developed characters that complement the storyline. It is consistent with the previous books in the series giving readers different views of this family's life. I was thrilled with this book as well as the previous two books in this series. This author has a unique writing style that makes her a wonderful storyteller. I cannot wait until the next book is available. I recommend this book to others.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes.

Teresa Beasley
A&RBC Reviews

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