How do you restore a soul? One brush stroke at a time …
Suz Mitchell is a determined dreamer, and won’t allow her ex-husband’s jail sentence to ruin their young son Jeremiah’s life. An accomplished artist, Suz moves with her child across the country to California’s central coast, and lands a job restoring priceless art for the historic Hearst Castle overlooking the sea.
But even dreams have shocking twists. To her surprise, a serious old flame, Seth, works at the castle and jumbles the new aspirations in Suz’s heart. While sorting through their past and a palette of spiritual differences, an even bigger brush with yesterday awaits.
Suz must learn to let God be the true restorer of all that once seemed lost.
I normally do not like romance novels but Fade to Blue was an exception.
Suz was a wonderful character that was very easy to connect with. The first person point of view had a part in that. Suz’s brother, Gage, was an enjoyable character also who helps Suz with her predicaments with Seth and her ex husband, Len.
As a seaside novel, you would expect nothing more than description so well-written that you feel like you were whisked off to Otter Bay itself. Julie succeeds in that aspect most definitely.
Fade to Blue is a great novel to read on a sunny day at the beach. Just don’t forget the lemonade!
Note: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in an exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are mine.