Thursday, April 11, 2013
The Color of Hope by Kim Cash Tate
The Color of Hope picks up where Hope Springs (you can find review here) left off. I fell in love with Hope Springs and was so happy when Booksneeze asked me to review this one. I received this book free from Booksneeze for an honest review. Kim deals with real life issues in her books which I love. In this book she deals with racial issues, romance and bullying. I love that she does not take sides when dealing with the racial issues. She really lets you get to know these characters and you feel like they are family or friends that you are cheering along with, laughing with, or crying with them. The people of Hope Springs are dealing with a divided community over racial issues. It is unfortunate what happens to bring this community together, and it left me in tears. I highly recommend reading this book! You do not need to read Hope Springs before this book unless you are really interested in getting to know the families better, but I recommend it too. I look forward to reading many more books by Kim Cash Tate.