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This is one of the best audiobooks I have listened to. The narrator was able to give each character a distinct voice and bring about the emotions that each character was feeling as the went through different situations. Some of Lespada was typical, for example the arranged marriage, the bride and groom despising each other and pregnancy shortly after marriage.

I started out thinking that this was typical medieval romance, but that was not the case. This story surprised me with all its twist and turns. I especially liked how the author was able to show, and the narrator was able to capture, the emotions of Devereux when she found out disturbing information about her husband’s past.

This is not Christian fiction, but I love how the author showed that past transgressions can affect you and your spouse. And Kathryn Le Veque did an excellent job of showing how love can grow from an arranged marriage and how being honest and vulnerable with your spouse can be painful but also bring joy and freedom. I thought the love scenes between Davyss and Devereux were beautiful.

Please tell me that there will be another book in this series. I never laughed so hard; I enjoyed reading this. The first two books were good, but this was icing on the cake. It was humorous and mysterious. I love Matheson, and I’m eager to see what he will do in the next book. And please let Tameka find a love interest, does Matheson have a cousin that will love her unconditionally?

Seriously I loved how at the beginning of each chapter there was a stereotype that was mention that the author would debunk. The author had a unique way of showing you how stereotypes are ridiculous and can cause tremendous pain. But she also showed the reader how words, secrets, and lies could cause lasting damage.  Parents and grandparents should be careful of what they feed their children and when I say feed I mean emotionally. Remember you reap what you sow.

Well, I listened to the audio version of Color Me Blind, and it was good. Highly and strongly recommend this book. It deals with several tough topics; one of them is a race. The book is relevant and relatable to what is going on in our country right now. At a certain point in the story, I started praying, and I wanted to weep. I have read this book before, in fact, I have the paperback, audiobook, and e-book. However, the audio book made the story live for me, I felt as if these characters were real, they felt like my friends. The way they openly discussed their fears, pain and their sadness were powerful. I rarely recommend a book, because I know everyone has different taste, but this is a book everyone must have and share with a friend. The author also proves you can write a story about different races even if you are of another race. And can deal with the subject of race in a powerful thought-provoking way. Melinda Evans, I thank you for providing us with a God inspired story.

I don’t know what to say about this story; I’m torn. It was not bad, it was actually intriguing and captivating. But I felt that the author bombarded us readers with too much unnecessary detail. I found myself skipping pages so I could get to the meat of the story. I could care less about Catherine and Charles, I wanted, no I needed, to know about Awa and Blaise.

They kept me glued to this story. They frustrated me, angered me, made me smile, and at times, they made me want to cry. Awa had to grow on me, her stubbornness made me want to strangle her. But I enjoyed Blaise the moment that he graced the pages. He was humorous, gentle, and charming.

I will admit that the palace shenanigans made the story flavorful, and I couldn’t wait to see how all of it would affect Blaise and Awa. So I would give this story 4 stars, and I hope that the author decides to write a story about Louise. I think she deserves some happiness after all she has been through. And I was hoping it would be Babacar.