With thanks to ED PR and Netgalley for our copies of this book to review.  We’ve read and enjoyed the earlier 2 books in this set at Compelling Reads so it was a no-brainer when we were offered this one.

Grace has now been married to Jonathan for a year so we get an insight into their marriage.  However things are perhaps not quite as happy as they could be, Jonathan is working away a lot and when Grace makes a surprising discovery she’s not sure how to discuss it with him.

I was expecting a full long novel, so I was bit surprised when this ended after only a few pages as just with the other books it’s a read that pulls you in and makes you want to read on.

Because it’s such a short story i can’t say too much without major spoilers, ideally with this one you’ll need to have read the earlier books to understand the back story, and it again still leaves you with questions about the mysterious Yuuto.  I hope there is more coming in this series

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Kathryn Taylor
Bastei Entertainment
30th November 2015

Like a fairy-tale, it should have been so wonderful: after a year of marriage, Grace Huntington still experiences undreamt-of passionate bliss. But stubborn doubts keep eating away at her. Despite the many happy moments when she feels close to Jonathan, sometimes he seems just as inscrutable as he did at the start. And now she has something to confess, something she knows will put an enormous strain on their relationship.

Finally, it's what all the COLOURS OF LOVE fans have been waiting for: the continuation of Jonathan and Grace's captivating love story.

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