True Colors

True Colors

Book - 2009
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In a small Washington town, the Grey sisters once-solid world is broken apart by jealousy, passion, and betrayal until one of their family is arrested and tried for murder
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2009
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312364106
0312364105
Branch Call Number: FIC Hannah, K 2009
Characteristics: 393 pages ; 25 cm

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Damma66 Mar 19, 2018

I thought this book was too much of a Romance and tied up in pretty bow at the ending. It lacked depth in the story line. I wanted to love it but just couldn't.

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jms3221
Jun 30, 2014

Did not finish. Reads like a Harliquin.

Liane1793 Dec 17, 2012

Started like a Harlequin Romance but I plugged away and it's become one of my favourite stories! Absolutely loved it and could not put it down. Couldn't get enough and finished in 2 days!!!

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lpreston214
Feb 14, 2012

Another good one from Hannah about the relationship between three sisters, or at least two. The eldest and youngest are the main characters. As a middle child myself I had to lament a bit that the middle sister is pretty much a non-entity in the story. Oh well, at least the moody, angry teen characters are toned down a bit over some of her other novels.

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rollymay
Feb 11, 2012

Bought this book at a garage sale for just 1.00. What an awesome book!!!! I couldn/t put the book down - had to find out how the Vivi Ann / Dallas story turned out.

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NicoleBZ
Jan 11, 2012

Décevant. Récit préviible. Trop de longueurs, de détails. C'est mon 4e livre de cet auteur, sans doute mon dernier,

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krazykatt1996
Oct 12, 2011

Wonderful book! Couldn't put it down!! Way better than I expected it to be and the ending was amazing! Definatley like a 6 star!!

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wearenotamused
Jul 16, 2011

I really loved this book- I thought it would be typical, book-clubsy mumbo-jumbo, and technically it was; but it was still fun to read. I usually don't go for generic,forever-and-always, bodice-ripping romances, but Vivi Ann and Dallas's story made me cry.

julieellul Jul 07, 2011

What a great read! It was recommended by mother and I thought it would be a bore, but it was a truely beautiful story that I would have anyone read who loves a great story.

I read for 8 hours straight! I could not put it down and I look forward to reading another of Hannah's books!

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Eclectic1
Mar 16, 2010

Could Hannah have crammed any more plotlines into this book???? WHAT A SOAP OPERA!!!!
Having said that, could I quit before I finished? No...Sigh...
OK - let me add some comments so you know what I'm talking about.
The basic plot revolves around 3 sisters: Winona, the oldest, who has always felt she is fat and (in her father's eyes) inadequate; Aurora, the middle sister - the peacemaker, unhappy in her marriage; and Vivi Ann, the beautiful younger sister who falls passionately in love with a man undesirable to her family and the small town she lives in.
I had problems in the first third of the story: I did not like any of the main characters: Win was constantly at a self-Pity Party; Aurora was pretty much a non-entity and the Princess Vivi Ann, who could do no wrong until she followed her heart.
But as with any soap opera, the storytelling was obviously good enough that I couldn't leave the story unfinished.
I was happy with how it ended but you know? I still didn't care about many of the characters, even at the very end.
Hannah has written much much better stories - Magic Hour and On Mystic Lake - try one of those before you read this.

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