Thursday, March 6, 2014

Colorworld by Rachel E. Kelly

* I was given a free copy of this book for my honest review*

Wen knows what love looks like. Since her mom died over a year ago, she’s seen it every day on her orphaned younger brother’s face. Wen’s made good on her promise to her mom that she’d take care of Ezra, even quitting her carefree party-girl ways to become a hard-working college student so she can provide for him.

Wen knows what love feels like, too. Because when she touches people, she feels what they do. "Uniquely perceptive" is what her mom called it, and Wen’s not going to argue; she doesn’t know any different.

But an energy therapy study changes not only what Wen knows about her unusual gift; it also changes her. Now, instead of feeling emotions, her touch brings death to others. No one is safe around her, especially Ezra.

Wen turns to energy healers for help. And that’s where she meets him: Mr. Tenacious and Audacious, Gabe Dumas. He knows about love, too; he speaks it in ways Wen has never experienced. And he’s never even touched her.

With her heart unraveling, Wen discovers a world only she can see. It may offer hope for her condition... or it may be better left hidden.


This story sounded interesting so I decided to give it a chance and I am glad I did. I loved this book and I did stay up late reading it because I was hooked from the very beginning. 
Colorworld is well written and engaging and it kept me reading and now I can't wait to read the next novel. 

I highly recommend Colorworld to fans of science fiction and romance.

I give this 4 out of 5


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