The Color of Dreams by K.G. Stutts (Review by Derek – #NerdGirlDad)

 Color of Dreams

Title: The Color of Dreams 

Author:  K.G. Stutts

Published Date: August 14th 2014

Genre: Romance/Murder Mystery

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

Chicago detective Julie Carter has it all. A handsome husband, wonderful daughter, and a career she loves. She also has the ability to see things before they happen in the form of colorless dreams, sans one color. When her most recent dream comes true, and her husband Aiden is killed, Julie is confronted with a man from her past: homicide detective Scott Jordan.

Julie must put aside the feelings she buried for the man who broke her heart years ago. As Scott and Julie clash, secrets start to unravel. Can Julie trust the man who abandoned her? Will they be able to find Aiden’s killer before her next dream becomes real … Julie’s own death?

 

***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Derek – #NerdGirlDad’s  Review***

 This is a first class read for anyone who loves Romance, Murder Mysteries and/or Detective Stories: it has all of them, and every character comes to life for you. I loved the fact that the author does as I do myself – –  the reader knows everything that the characters learn. (None of the nonsense like ‘When Hercule read the letter he knew who the murderer was’).
Everything is believable, to the point that you may feel you have been reading a diary of actual events, and the suspense as the crimes are solved is maintained to the last chapter. The tale would make an excellent movie.

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  • Sarah Bird

    Sounds like it could be good!

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