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Number of Pages: 268
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Sub-Genre: Romance
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Christina Brandal
Age Range: Adult
Book theme: Clean & Wholesome
Author: Christina Brandal
Language: English



About the Book



"The Color of Love" is the debut Novel from author Christina Brandal. Lillian Dillinger is an artist from New York City--but life has lost its color. James McMillan, an autistic data analyst from the Catskill Mountains sees the world in black and white. What will happen when they end up at the same beach resort? Will they find the color of love?



Book Synopsis



What is the color of love?

Lillian Dillinger is an artist--but life has lost its color. Convinced by her toxic ex-husband that she isn't worthy of real love, she believes she'll never meet a man she can trust. Lillian is searching for her creative inspiration again, and decides a beach vacation might be just what she needs.

James McMillan sees the world in black and white. Coping with his autism has made him rigid--a slave to his own routine--and he struggles with social awkwardness and being totally honest at the most inopportune times. He's convinced that the world he's built for himself will never include love. Now, James has been persuaded that he needs to relax and de-stress, so he reluctantly goes on vacation.

What will happen when they end up at the same beach resort? Will they both get more than they bargained for? Will James' honesty be the breath of fresh air that Lillian needs in a relationship? Will Lillian's kindness open James' eyes to the possibility of love in his life? Or will his insensitivity and her brokenness drive them apart? Will they find the color of love?