Chloe Devereaux has come home from studying in Paris to find a job as a historian. With no jobs available in her home town of New Orleans she decided to broaden her career focus.
Enter Amelia Winters. Amelia owns her own art dealership and hires Chloe on the spot as her new assistant. She’s is know for being quite the bachelorette and seducing her assistants. But Chloe is different and she feels things for her she hasn’t felt before. Chloe definitely feels the attraction straight away and much to the disapproval of her family decides to pursue a relationship with Amelia.
A palette for love is written from Chloe’s POV. I normally like to have both Protagonist’s point of view because I get a better understanding of their relationship however this was written well and I enjoyed reading Chloe’s thoughts about her feelings for Amelia. Their relationship isn’t one without it’s problems especially one very intimate issue that Chloe is really struggling with and it put a unusual spin on their dynamic. It was interesting to read Chloe work through this issue but this was the only time in the novel I thought it would have been good to have Amelia’s POV.
I never realised this was a series until just after I started to read it and this explained a lot about the ending of the book and the unanswered questions about Amelia crazy ex-girlfriend. I do like shorter breaks between books in a series but this isn’t something that’s a deal breaker for me. The sequel Canvas for Love will be released July 2017.
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About the Author
Charlotte Greene grew up in the American West in a loving family that supported her earliest creative endeavors. She began writing as a teenager and has never stopped. She now holds a doctorate in English, and she teaches a wide variety of courses in literature and women's studies at a regional university in the South. When she's not teaching or writing her next novel, she enjoys playing video games, traveling, and brewing hard cider. Charlotte is a longtime lover and one-time resident of the City of New Orleans. While she no longer lives in NOLA, she visits as often as possible. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- File Size : 1747 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Bold Strokes Books (15 November 2016)
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- ASIN : B01M7SDA08
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Language: : English
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Print Length : 264 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 30,610 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Started well and then...Reviewed in the United States on 17 November 2016
So I typically love this type of book. A hot, demanding somewhat cold new boss and the girl who goes to work for her. An immediate attraction, build up, some tension and then happily ever after. The first half of this book was promising but what happened to the second half? There are several plot devices that are not even closely explored or resolved. **Spoilers** There's a crazy ex who attacks Chloe and then just leaves town after threatening her. Nothing came of it. Amelia doesn't like to be touched while having sex. Never resolved or pinpointed why she felt that way. These are just two examples that a better editor would have caught. Another issue: Amelia as a character is never fully fleshed out to me. This book is solely written from Chloe's POV (except for one short scene from the crazy ex's perspective. Was this just thrown in as an attempt resolve this plot device?) She comes across as cold, rich and beautiful but then sees Chloe dancing with another girl and starts bawling. It was such a contradiction that it was hard to understand who the character was. Anyway the first half was great. The second half seemed rushed or maybe the author is considering a sequel. Either way I wish this had been better.
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Worth taking so long to get to really good book!Reviewed in the United States on 8 August 2019
I have confess it took me a while to getting to read this book but bou was it worth it! The chemistry between the two protagonists was off the charts! Chloe and Amelia’s relationship developed rather quickly but it was intense and very sensual. I also enjoyed how NOLA was showcased very lovingly.
Interesting StoryReviewed in the United States on 4 March 2017
A Palette of Love was very well paced in introducing both characters but it would've been better if they'd developed more of a longer friendship before the sex happened, with a little more affection conveyed by Amelia who was a very complicated character to Chloe.