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The Colors of Love

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  15 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Dr. Alexander Kent feels a disturbing mix of irritation and desire every time he encounters beautiful Seattle artist Jamie Ferguson. Alex likes order, efficiency, and women who are as sensible and reliable as he is. With her riot of red curls and flashing emerald eyes, Jamie is the very picture of a restless spirit -- the kind of woman he knows all too well: here today and...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Zebra
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Originally published in February 2000 (this cover doesn't do the book justice!)
Amazon reissued: 2012 with an updated cover and offered as a Kindle freebie

3.5 stars

I'm addicted to those freebies for my Kindle. The book blurb grabbed my attention and it turned out to be a really enjoyable afternoon of reading. It's the old story of opposites attract. When they meet in the Emergency Room after a little girl runs in front of Jamie's car and is hit, the world begins to tilt. Alex is strictly a play-b...more
Not poorly written, but the male main character has to be the least deserving male character to ever get the girl ever.
How anyone could fall for this douche? I have no clue.
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