A Phone Tree Review: The Color of Hope

Kim Cash Tate did it again. What an outstanding story! The Color of Hope is an absolutely wonderful novel that should be read by all. The-Color-of-Hope-final-cover-197x300

About the Book:

“Hope shines brightest when all seems lost.

Stephanie London led a life of comfort and ease in St. Louis before feeling inexplicably drawn back to her father’s roots in the tiny Southern town of Hope Springs. Charlotte Willoughby has lived there all her life and longs to make a new life somewhere else. Stephanie doesn’t know exactly what she’s doing there—or how to occupy her time. And Charlotte doesn’t understand why, despite her overbearing family and reminders of her failed engagement, she’s suddenly led to stay.

Despite its small-town charm, Hope Springs itself is at a crossroads. After a failed reconciliation attempt by two well-meaning pastors, the town is split along racial and cultural lines, with little hope for redemption.

When a terrible tragedy puts Hope Springs on the national radar, the entire town is tested, and both Stephanie and Charlotte feel their lives unraveling. In the midst of heartache, though, they’ll discover the true color of hope.” – Amazon.com

Phone Tree Review:

In this book, Tate does a remarkable job of bringing us up to speed on the happenings in Hope Springs. Going straight to the heart of the matter, readers are able to read about a number of hard-hitting issues. I love that the book begins and ends with a strong emphasis on family, faith, and forgiveness.

Life challenges, injustices, choices, redemption, and love wrapped up in grace – it’s all in The Color of Hope.

Phone Tree Rating: 5 Stars *****

A complimentary copy of this book was provided by the publisher via the Booksneeze program. I was not required to give a positive review. The words I have expressed are my own.

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