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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Anastasia Dodson

True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book would be a great one for a pre-teen or teen. Middle school was and interesting time and lets be honest, kind of sucky time. This book shows all of the different things someone might face in middle school. It includes teenage drama, bullying, trying to fit in, finding yourself at that age, and the question we all had at that age… is being popular all that it is cracked up to be? It was well written and a I enjoyed the story the author brought to us even if it was not my preferred genre and I am looking forward to letting my daughter read this in her teens.
Happy Reading!

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Melissa Fink

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True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was such an amazing book, I could not put it down. The author had my attention from the very first page. The plot reminded me so much about my middle school experience and I related to it a LOT! This book was drama filled just like middle school. It also talks about the bullying, anxiety, and peer pressure that goes on in middle school and on. This author had the plot and characters well thought out! Great job! I can’t wait to read more of her books!!

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Julie Johnson

True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Landry just wants to fit in with all the other girls. When an opportunity comes up to go and audition for a modeling agency, she and her friends all go together. Landry started finding out who her true friends were when she was the only one to make the next cut of auditions. All of a sudden, her besties got all weird on her and other people started gravitating towards her.

This story of Landry and her friends would best appeal to younger teens (ages 8-12). I felt like I was watching and listening to my daughters all over again! This story is full of teenage drama, shopping trips to the mall, and boy talk. There are some unresolved issues amongst the friends that kinda left a feeling of incompleteness. Overall, a decent read.

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Shelly Kittell

True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I found this to be a wonderful book written for teen girls. Landry is a teen going through some of the same drama we see in today’s society when she enters a modeling contest and her friends turn on her. The author does a great job of portraying the teen angst. This is a book that should be a staple for all teen girls. Easy to read. The characters were very easy to relate to. Loved it all the way around.

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Book #1) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Angela Hayes

True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

3 Stars

 

True Colors is the first book in the Landry’s True Colors series by Krysten Lindsay Hager. It is a cute, sweet, YA/middle grade/teen, coming of age story- with teenage angst/drama, jealousy, insecurities, fear, friendships, jealousy, and expectations. This genre is Ms. Hager’s wheelhouse and is something she does quite well.
It is definitely a YA story- showcasing teenage issues like pressure to conform, living up to expectations, teen angst/drama/insecurities and fitting in.
As I have mentioned before, I do enjoy YA stories, being a more ‘mature’ reader, I prefer my reading material to be a little ‘meatier’- but still enjoy exploring YA stories as they are usually fairly light and easy to read and make a great break from my heavier reads. This is definitely the case here- a nice story with just enough angst and drama to keep things interesting and very well suited for the younger reader.
I will be continuing the series and am interested to see what happens in Book #2…
Happy Reading…

Thank you, Krysten Lindsay Hager!

 

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Beverly Finnie

True Colors (Landry's True Colors #1)True Colors by Krysten Lindsay Hager
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

True Colors was exactly what I expected it to be. The author brought me back to being a teenager at that age. It reminded me that kids are cruel and ruin your life. I was a floater, I spoke kindly towards everyone. Did everyone like me? No. Did people talk behind my back? They still do. But when you’re that age you care too much. It can destroy one’s confidence and will to live. This book is all that and more.
What makes a true friend?
I ask that because in this story Landry finds out the hard way who is and isn’t her friend. Landry is dragged by her two best friends to a model audition. Little did she know it would change her life. Because when she got the call to say she was through to the next round, those so-called best friends turned on her. She was left alone to navigate life by herself. Did she make acquaintances? Sure but was anyone really there for her? Did anyone truly support her? She needs to learn really quickly that what other people say and think doesn’t matter to embrace oneself is what does. Easier said than done. I’ve been a Landry at one point. I can relate oh so well.
The author has you rooting and cheering for her. Keeping you on the edge of your seat, about what would happen. The growth is beautiful and beautifully written. You should definitely give this author a chance.

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars
True Colours is a tween/teen drama story where self-doubt and longing are ripe. With all the emotions and drama, angst and jealousy, deep-seated insecurities and bullying, want and peer pressure rein. It certainly takes you back to your time in school when all you wanted was to fit in and be one of the popular kids. However, you soon realise that it’s not all it is cracked up to be. But let’s not forget the harassment and mind games others play when they don’t get what they want. I would not like to go back and relive it all again.
The characters you will like but there are those who you just want to rip into and give a piece of your mind and tell them to grow up.
I thought there were some unanswered questions that I felt where unresolved but maybe they will be answered in the next book.

Landry has self-doubt and feelings of never being enough when compared to others and everything that goes along with finding your place in the world. A time where you are still a child and finding out who you are.
If you are a tween/teen then this story is for you.

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager

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True Colors (Landry’s True Colors Series Book One) by Krysten Lindsay Hager
Genre – Teen
Page Count – 254
Cover Designer – Cora Graphics

Landry just wants to be one of the interesting girls at school who always have exciting things happening in their lives. She wants to stand out, but also wants to fit in at school. Landry gets “unfriended” by her two best friends after she advances in a competition and they aren’t chosen. She tries to make new friends, but gets caught up between wanting to be herself and conforming to who her new friends want her to be. Along the way she learns that being popular is nowhere as glamorous as it seems, how to deal with frenemies, a new crush, and that true friends see you for who you really are and like you because of it.

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Krysten Lindsay Hager writes about friendship, self-esteem, fitting in, frenemies, crushes, fame, first loves, and values. Her work includes YA contemporary, middle grade fiction, and adult and young adult rom-coms. She is the author of True Colors, Best Friends…Forever?, Next Door to a Star,  Landry in Like, and Competing with the Star (The Star Series: Book 2), Dating the It Guy, Can Dreams Come True, and In Over Her Head: Lights, Camera, Anxiety.

Her debut novel, True Colors, won the Readers Favorite award for best preteen book and the Dayton Book Expo Bestseller Award for children/teens. Competing with the Star is a Readers’ Favorite Book Award Finalist. Best Friends…Forever? is a 2019 Readers’ Favorite Silver Medal Winner in the Children – Preteen genre. Landry in Like is a Literary Classics Gold Medal recipient and a 2020 Readers’ Favorite Bronze Medal Winner. She received her BA in English and master’s degree in liberal studies from the University of Michigan-Flint.

Krysten’s work has been featured in USA Today, The Flint Journal, the Grand Haven Tribune, the Beavercreek Current, the Bellbrook Times, Springfield News-Sun, Grand Blanc View, Dayton Daily News and on Living Dayton.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Ashley Westerman

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Amazing conclusion to the series, just what I needed. It has everything you could want in a book. I would say that you should read the other books in the series first so you get the full picture. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you will feel everything. I can’t wait to see what else this author has in store for us. Pick it up today!

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Ashley McMillon

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

First of all I will say that my new fave author for all the emotional twists and turns has finally arrived! This entire series was a suit on the edge of my seat kind of experience and it has been so well worth it! I’m really impressed by the type of friendship Melody, Imani, and Lance have in this series. I mentioned on another review that I identify with the emotions and pains and strife of going through engineering college, but this friendship is something else. I’ve never been more interested in how to keep friends like this before and thought it may happen! But enough about me! I love how the story comes together. The author takes her time and ensures we recall the actions in book 1 and 2,and she just keeps the drama coming. I don’t want to give any spoilers but you will be surprised and full of joy at how great these friends become closer through the tough times. I hope we all learn this great lesson!

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Deborah White

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was a great but emotional conclusion to the series. The book picks up a year after the events of the previous book and we get to find out where life continues to take Imani, Melody, Lance and the rest of the crew. If you’ve read the previous books, you know that the characters have very eventful lives that include times of happiness and sadness, but no matter what they continue to persevere. This book for me hit close to home with some topics and I cried, but I also smiled and laughed with the characters as they continued to make their marks on me as a reader. I would recommend this book and the entire series for anyone who enjoys stories that are eventful, yet true to life.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Lauren West

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book 3 was emotional, heartfelt, and truly unpredictable. Melody, Imani, and Lance have weathered the storm of the start of adulthood and grown so much from book 1 to 3. They have proven life hurts, love can be cruel , and things will go far from what you wanted… but friendship can and will stand strong with the right people. Drama, angst, jealousy, and survival play a few role. I loved each book more than the last and I would not change a single thing.
Each character has a special role and they played it out until the end.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Lorralei Hoerner

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is book 3 in this series and I definitely recommend reading this series in order.

Imani, Lance and Melody still navigating each life journey and they all have been through so much!! Imani (my favorite in this series) is strong, sassy and happy. She is now married to her love but when her world comes crashing she looks for Melody and Lance…..even though there has been some ups and downs along the way.

In conclusion this series has given love, life, friendship, secrets and just a roller coaster of true emotion that seems so real.

Well done.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Megan Pesek

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

True Colors is exactly how I needed this series to end. If you haven’t already read the other books in the series you definitely need to start there.

Melody, Lance, and Imani are faced with new challenges. In order to navigate those challenges, they must first sort out their friendships in an attempt to save and start relationships. When one of the friends is unexpectedly faced with the loss of their spouse the three friends must lean on each other. The loss not only challenges the core group of friends, it also affects their college friends, families, and work.

True Colors highlights how important relationships are in all stages of life; especially the ‘no-matter-what’ friends.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Amy Brennan

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Amazing, through and through. I only feel as though the emotional roller coaster that this series put me through was a little draining, as I would get my hopes up and felt as thought the start to this novel covered me in goosebumps and set a certain outlook for the remainder of this read. This just goes to show how powerful and apt this author is, and her writing style hits home for me, and many others it would appear.

Overall, I cried happy and sad tears, wished for the strength of these characters to float off the pages into my own soul, and snuggled up through a rainy day to finish this novel in one weekend. I have far more respect for those that have to go through discrimination and feel as though I understand different viewpoints more clearly, thanks to these three novels, especially this finale. It really did the best at closing up unanswered questions, tying up lose ends, and making the reader weep with joy. I so very much look forward to reading more of her works of art, and hope that you enjoy it as much as I did. Well done!

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Ashley Mertz

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Read this if you:
*Enjoy contemporary new adult romance
*Like plot twists and surprises
*Believe in second chances

Meet the Author: K. R. Raye lives in Maryland with her husband and two sons. Throughout her diverse career working as a mechanical engineer, adjunct professor, and in sales, she continues to weave her love of marketing, computer information systems, and operations together with her passion for writing.

Synopsis: Imani, an independent woman who never asks for help endures a tragic loss in a blink of an eye. Her best friend Melody owes her life to Imani. And Lance chooses to resurface after his disappearance when Imani chose another man over him. Can this trio put their past in the past in order to concur the most recent tragedy the group is faced with?

Reader’s Thoughts: True Colors is the third installment in The Colors Trilogy. I have not read the first two books in this series, but after reading this story I will definitely go back and read the others. I couldn’t get enough of Imani, Melody, and Lance. The friendship this trio has built is so powerful. The amount of tears, LOL and WTH moments within this book take you on an emotional roller coaster ride. Their journey is full of challenges, angst, humor, and drama while battling ghosts of the past. All the heart wrenching moments that this trio concur while testing their friendship and rebuilding walls is just amazing. Everyone needs this trio in their lives!

Favorite Quote: “Through it all, life eventually shows your…True Colors.”

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Bobbi Wagner

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the third book in this series. I highly suggest reading the previous two books before this one to help your enhancement of the series and the characters. I have enjoyed reading this series and look forward to seeing what is next for this author. Thai is a well written story about friendship and how the past can haunt you. I enjoyed being pulled into the story by the characters from the start. They brought the story to life on each page. They kept the story engaging and hard to put down. I found this book to be fast paced which made it easy to read. It kept me turning pages fast just to see what would happen with these three characters. I enjoyed what they brought to the story and their growth is great. This is a great read that I highly recommend.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Kristan Anderson

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

True Colors by K. R. Raye is the final installment in The Colors Trilogy. I truly had so many moments of “oh my gosh” in this book that I lost count. I mean, I had JUST started the book and I was already sad! And then there was an attack that left me with my mouth open just staring at the book. So much happened in this book between all the lives lost and the new ones coming. All of the crazy twists that these friends have experienced. I am so happy they each got their happily ever after. This was a fantastic series and I’m sad it’s over.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye

True Colors is the third and final book in The Colors Trilogy. This is a wonderfully written Contemporary romance that will leave you craving more. Im a huge fan of this author and this series and highly recommend reading the first two books if you haven’t already started them. They will give you a better understanding of what has been going on and you get to know the amazing characters. This is the conclusion to this journey and man what a emotional journey it has been. Follow along with Imani , Melody and Lance as they find out that piecing their lives back together isn’t as easy as it seemed. I highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next . I look forward to reading more from this Author

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Tori Mitton

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I have yet to read the previous books of this series, but I feel like I absolutely must. This book will have you feel every emotion you have on every.single.page. I read this while going through some things and let me just tell you this friendship has gone through it, and some how they all seem so much stronger.
THANK YOU seriously. Now go get all the books and go read this RIGHT NOW

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Heather Goodman

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The author did it again. I have never been disappointed with one of her books. This book is definitely the one with the most twist and turns and surprises out of all of the books in this series. She draws you in from the beginning and never lets you down. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and be taken by surprise.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book #3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

 

3 Stars

 

True Colors is the third and final instalment in the Colors Trilogy by K.R. Raye. As with the other two books in this series, this is a contemporary New Adult story with romance, emotion, challenges, friendship, drama, angst, and humour.
As this is the conclusion to the series, I highly recommend reading the first two books before starting on this one- as knowing what happened previously will help you to better understand the characters, and their motivations- while also providing important backstory/storyline information (etc) that will definitely enhance you reading experience of this instalment (and the series as a whole).
Imani, Melody, and Lance have been through quite a lot since the beginning of the series. Together they have faced some serious challenges as they navigated their way through life. Their friendship was tested, and cracks opened up. In this book they are working at rebuilding their bonds, but it’s not quite that simple. We follow all the highs and lows and what happens makes for a great read, and is a fitting conclusion to the series…
Happy Reading!

Thank you, K.R. Raye!

 

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Jerricka Brown

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book had me in my feelings while reading. And I love it! I was taken on an emotional journey. So many ups and downs. I felt this book spoke to me personally. Such a great way to end the series. The author knew exactly what they were doing to keep you wanting more until the end.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Barbie England

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In this final installment of the trilogy, we see the friend group tested more as they experience the joys and sorrows of life. Imani now must cope with her own tragedy when she loses the love of her life. Melody is trying to support Imani and her fiancé, who was good friends with Marco. She calls on Lance, who is re-entering the group after a period of separation. I love how the characters are strong and independent on their own, but able to also lean on each other when life throws difficult times their way. Everyone could use an Imani, Melody, and Lance in their lives!

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The Colors of Love (The Colors Trilogy Book 2) by K.R. Raye – Review by Barbie England

The Colors of Love (Colors Trilogy, #2)The Colors of Love by K.R. Raye
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Colors of Love was the first book that I have read by this author. I love that she tells a story in a way that is believable to what happens in real life. Not all the parts of the story have happy endings. Mainly follows the different relationships of a trio of friends. The group experiences a tragedy in the first few pages. Melody is left especially damaged from this event. Her best friends Imani and Lance try to love her the best they can. Lance is a college football star who is known as the campus playboy who doesn’t have long-term relationships. Melody struggles with commitment after abuse. Imani is focused on being happy, but sometimes that means making choices that were not a part of her plans. This book has a mix of different situations that young adults can experience.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by M Policicchio

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I don’t even know where to begin. This author has kept me in emotional turmoil for the last month. This trio of friends have been through so much. Some of the pain was too real. I don’t think I have been this caught up in a book in a while.

This series finale picks up right where the second one ended. Imani is in crisis after Marco’s accident, Melody is barely holding everyone together, and Lance reappears. Trevor is the loyal friend/brother to Imani until his wife puts her foot down. Melody is finally in a positive, steady long term relationship. Lance is balancing life after football, his divorce from Heather, and his ever-changing relationship with Imani. Imani is adjusting to her new normal and trying to find a way to trust Lance again. Life never slows down for this trio of friends!

Melody gets married but finds out that married life isn’t everything she thought it would be. Imani and Lance, each battle ghosts of the past to make a better future. Melody is jealous of Trevor’s growing family as she experiences fertility issues. Lance attempts to find his way back to football through broadcasting and all the pitfalls that go with being on the road. Imani experiences loss after loss. Melody sinks into depression after a tragedy, Imani almost loses Trevor’s friendship because of a premonition, Lance finally has a relationship with his one true love.

Let me just say that I laughed so hard when Erycah, Imani, and Melody all wind up in labor at the same time. When that nurse kicked Erycah out of Imani’s room, oh the tee hees!! When Lance named his son, I nearly allowed the tears to leak out but held them back. When Melody got wheeled away, I almost stopped reading. I was not ready for this book to end. I was not ready for the series to end. To the author, thank you for such an amazing journey through the lives of these three friends.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Beverly Finnie

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was the PERFECT ending to a wonderful trilogy. True Colors completes The Colors Trilogy and I loved every minute. I’m sad that it’s time to let these characters go. I guess it’s time to go back to book 1! This author brings to you a trio of friends throughout this series who have literally been put through the ringer. Every bad thing you could imagine to happen does, but it’s evenly balanced because it’s the same with the good.
Lance, Melody, and Imani are the friends I want in my life. Completely dedicated to one another, to protect and love each other. I loved all three equally, but I felt this reading book 1 and now that I’m finishing book 3, I can say that I’ve been partial to Imani. She’s so strong, yet so stubborn. I absolutely love everything about her. My heart breaks for her at the beginning of book 3, but she rises up and perseveres and I would expect nothing less.
To embrace these books and, yes I mean books, you need to understand that there’s going to be some heavy and strong themes running throughout. That could be potential trigger warnings, I don’t want that to deter you though. These books are wonderful and this author has me looking for her next book.
In conclusion, if you read books 1 & 2, what are you waiting for?!? If you haven’t please get all three and dive in deep into book 1. One you won’t want to put them down. Two you will fall in love with these three main characters and their supporting cast. Finally you will have found yourself a new author to love. That will test what you can handle, but give you some enlightening perspectives on viewing life.

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Shannen Kern

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I came to the bittersweet end of this beautiful trilogy and loved everything about it. I am sad that we won’t get to hear more about Lance, Imani, and Melody, but that is the sign of a great story – when you never want it to end.

While focused mainly on Imani, we still get to see how Melody and Lance are doing in their lives and how their friendship evolves. Imani is newly married and loving life when she endures a life-changing tragedy. Lance has been MIA for quite awhile and is thinking about being part of the Three Musketeers gain, but can he deal with the strife? Melody is always the peacekeeper in the group, but can she be that way forever or will she start rocking the boat?

The characters feel incredibly real, and I am sad to be at the end of this trilogy. I will continue to pick up K.R. Raye’s books solely from the amazing writing from this series. You won’t regret reading these so go on and pick them up!

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True Colors (The Colors Trilogy Book 3) by K.R. Raye – Review by Jennifer Gordon

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Having read and enjoyed the previous stories in this trilogy, I was looking forward to this third and final instalment, and I was not disappointed. The storyline continues from book two, so I would recommend reading this series in order. It was great being back with the three friends, Imani, Melody, and Lance, who all feel a bit like old friends to me now too! The trio have been through a lot together and like friends are supposed to, they have stuck together through thick and thin. They have always been able to depend on each other before, but when tragedy strikes, yet again, can they still depend on one another. Imani Cabrette, has always been strong and proud, and never asks for help, however, following an accident her world changes forever. Imani needs to overcome her stubborn pride, as she’s going to need help from her friends. Melody Wilkins, is sweet and dependable and owes her life to Imani, but now that it’s Imani who needs help, will Melody step forward.
Meanwhile, Lance Dunn, has not seen Imani since she chose another man over him, can he forget their complicated past, and be there for her when she needs him the most. This novel like the previous two, took me on an emotional rollercoaster whilst reading it, and I was hooked from start to finish. The three main characters, are likeable and relatable and it’s been fascinating seeing how they have all progressed and developed throughout the trilogy, individually and as a trio. Their friendship has continued throughout each story, and has always come across strongly in the narrative. This was a real page turner, and I was happily turning the pages late into the night. I definitely recommend this series, and I’m slightly disappointed that I’ve now finished the trilogy and that I won’t be back with the friends again.

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