Living in Color After the death of her father Sabrina Bishop feels a sense of relief that he s gone No longer will he be able to abuse her mother mentally or physically and just maybe her mother might grow to see w

  • Title: Living in Color
  • Author: Trish Milburn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After the death of her father, Sabrina Bishop feels a sense of relief that he s gone No longer will he be able to abuse her mother mentally or physically, and just maybe her mother might grow to see what he d done to her was wrong But with the death of Jim Bishop, Sabrina is now responsible for her mother s well being since Ruby can t read or write and has lived a shelteAfter the death of her father, Sabrina Bishop feels a sense of relief that he s gone No longer will he be able to abuse her mother mentally or physically, and just maybe her mother might grow to see what he d done to her was wrong But with the death of Jim Bishop, Sabrina is now responsible for her mother s well being since Ruby can t read or write and has lived a sheltered life But Ruby has a very small comfort zone in rural West Tennessee, and that means she can t come live with Sabrina in Atlanta Besides, Sabrina s job as an award winning news photographer keeps her traveling around the globe most of the time As she tries to make suitable plans for her mother s future, Sabrina offers to take Ruby on a road trip to expose her to a world she s never seen As they travel to sites such as Mount Rush, Yellowstone National Park and the Gulf Coast of Florida, the trip becomes a journey of unexpected healing and self discovery not only for Ruby, but for Sabrina as well.

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    1. After the death of her father, Sabrina Bishop feels a sense of relief that he's gone. No longer will he be able to abuse her mother mentally or physically, and just maybe her mother might grow to see what he'd done to her was wrong. But with the death of Jim Bishop, Sabrina is now responsible for her mother's well-being since Ruby can't read or write and has lived a sheltered life. But Ruby has a very small comfort zone in rural West Tennessee, and that means she can't come live with Sabrina in [...]

    2. I just finished this book last night with a sigh of happiness (but not without a few Kleenexes en route). In the wake of her father's death, Sabrina is in the small Tennessee town of Grainger to help her mother take care of details and get resettled in town. Though Sabrina loves her mom, she can't say the same about her dad, whom she hated. She has a lot of bottled up anger about her mother spending all those years under her father's control, ruled by his fists. You feel like you're in Sabrina's [...]

    3. What a lovely book! I won't summarize - it's been done - but I will say it's refreshing to read a well-written novel with likeable characters, and an interesting plot. A happy ending doesn't hurt, either.I look forward to reading other books by this author.(I am editing this review after sleeping on it: I rated this book at 5 stars because I so enjoyed reading it, but on reflection there is a serious flaw. The ending is good, yes, but a little too pat. The fact that Ruby has never painted before [...]

    4. The first book I tried on the Kindle app was Trish Milburn's latest release - Living in Color. If this were a print book I'd be adding it to my keeper shelf. This is one of those books that you just don't want to end. The characters are so well developed that you quickly fall right into their world and even after I finished the book I couldn't help wondering what might happen next in their lives.

    5. Just finished reading this book for the second time in 6 months. Thoroughly enjoyed the story, particularly the seaside-setting portion. It's well written but I especially like the premise of hope, fresh starts and restoration.

    6. sweet book. I only gave it a 3 because I'm too much of a cynic to give it a 4. can good things like this really come after horrors? can one really jump off the cliff and fly? seems odd though that I can give a book about vampire/wolf/human love a 5 and this book about overcoming tragedy a 3.

    7. No great shakes of a novel; I suppose it would be considered chick lit. A heart-warming story nevertheless. I wish I could've taken such a trip with my mother. My daughter did though.

    8. I loved this heartwarming story of a mother and daughter rekindling their relationship after the death of an abusive husband/father! Easy, comfortable read and a happy ending!

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