She is ready to fall in love, but heartbreak seems inevitable when the first man that captures her attention is one who cannot stay.
Sarah McNamara knows better than to fall for a guest at the lodge. So why is she even remotely drawn to the new resident at the lodge? He isn’t overly friendly—aloof being a better description—and he doesn’t smile much. But whenever she sees the man, her fingers itch to paint him, and everything within her wants to get past the walls he clearly has in place.
Banished to New Hope Falls after the spectacular implosion of his engagement to a socialite in Houston, Charles Beaumont Allerton is way out of his comfort zone and not thrilled about it. With his trust fund on the line, however, Beau knows that if he ever wants to have any sort of control over his life, he has to follow through on what his father has demanded of him.
Meeting his maternal grandfather for the first time, Beau is introduced to a different way of life in New Hope Falls. One without people at his beck and call. One without all the trappings he’s used to. And one that includes a woman with a warm smile, a friendly personality, and a faith that is foreign to him.
Sarah is different from the women in Beau’s social circle in Houston, which makes her intriguing to him. He won’t follow through on the draw he feels toward her, however, because his exile to New Hope is only for a month. Beau still has a year until he can claim his trust fund, and he can’t let anything deter him from that goal. Not even the beautiful woman who makes him want to smile more than he ever has before.
The Color of Love is book 3 of the Christian romance series, New Hope Falls. If you haven’t read book 1 yet, be sure to check it out: A Love So Real (ASIN: B07T58NPDR).
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