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You, Me, And The Colors Of Life - Noa C. Walker (52)

  • ASIN: ‎ B01FXQGXQK
  • Publisher: ‎ Amazon Crossing (November 1, 2016)
  • Kindle: ‎ 3038 KB
  • Print: ‎ 302 pages




Faced with challenges from an early age, Janica has learned to celebrate and enjoy every day as a gift. Her life-affirming attitude fascinates Thomas, a shy young man who begins to see the rich colors of life in a whole new light. As she reveals a world he never could have imagined for himself, Thomas falls head over heels for the strong young woman and becomes part of her quirky circle of friends and her loving family.

Their generosity of spirit draws Thomas out of his shell. He finds strength in their visits to the children’s hospital where Janica volunteers, captivating the kids’ attention with her imaginative stories. But all too soon fate deals them a harsh blow. Can their love survive life’s obstacles?

You, Me, and the Colors of Life is a moving, hopeful story about the power of love and the power of living a life filled with joy.


Noa C. Walker is a child of the late 1960s. She loves the mountains as well as the seaside, which is why she can often be found with her laptop near the Bavarian Alps or by the North Sea. She enjoys watching people in cafés, busy streets, and squares, and from time to time her observations end up in her novels.



REVIEW:
I didn't know what I was getting myself into with this one. I saw it for free on Amazon and just grabbed it based on the rating.
Man, I'm so glad that I did too.
I have to admit though, this book had me in tears. Like the ugly cry tears.
It's a story that hits you so hard in the feels that it hurts. You feel great connected and impacted by Janica. You know why so many love her. Heck, you love her.
The love story is so sweet. It's the kind of story where you're looking at your own husband wondering if he needs to take notes. Thomas is one heck of a gentleman and he loves Janica so much, and it shows.
A really great story. Not everyone will be able to handle the emotion that comes with it though. I feel like the author had to have drawn this up from some kind of real pain. It's just that vivid and deep.
Yup, a good book indeed.

4.5/5




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