The Color of Heaven by E.V. Mitchell

A deeply emotional tale about Sophie Duncan, a successful columnist whose world falls apart after her daughter’s unexpected illness and her husband’s shocking affair. When it seems nothing else could possibly go wrong, her car skids off an icy road and plunges into a frozen lake. There, in the cold dark depths of the water, a profound and extraordinary experience unlocks the surprising secrets from Sophie’s past, and teaches her what it means to truly live...and love.

This is the first contemporary fiction novel written by best-selling romance author Julianne MacLean. While her other books are traditionally published, E.V. Mitchell (pen name) has entered the world of indie publishing with this book!

This book was very well written and I enjoyed reading it, I do warn you though, for the majority of the first 100 pages you will use up an entire box of tissues! But keep on going the twists you learn about the main character and her family as the story goes on is worth it! I enjoyed the story's plot and the back and forth from present to past in the second half of the book. The story has a great depth to it and as you read you get to peel away the layers.

I recommend this to all fiction readers who enjoy stories from a woman's point of view.


  1. Great review! This sounds like an interesting read. Thanks for letting me know to have the tissues handy- I tend to cry during sad books, so it is best if I am prepared.


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