From USA Today best-selling author Julianne MacLean comes an emotionally charged tale about the power of a dream, and the importance of never giving up on second chances.
While recovering from a heart transplant, Nadia Carmichael is haunted by a recurring dream that sets her on a path to discover the identity of her donor. Her efforts are thwarted, however, when the father of her baby returns to wreak havoc on her life. It's not until Nadia learns of his estranged brother Jesse that she begins to explore the true nature of her dreams, and discover what her new heart truly desires.
Would you listen to The Color of a Dream again? Why?
I might listen to it again. To refresh my memory for later books or something. Over all, it wasn't my favorite story. But it was ok.
Any additional comments?
I do not put spoilers in my reviews. So I will only add that it was a good story to listen to. Especially since it was so short. It contributes to the rest of the series so far.
Also, I really enjoyed that there was both a man and a woman narrating this time. I wish more romance audios would use a man/woman team or just a man to narrate.