Uncovered - Colours of Love

Uncovered - Colours of Love

by Kathryn Taylor

NOOK Book1. Aufl. 2015 (eBook - 1. Aufl. 2015)


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She's fallen for him - hook, line, and sinker. Grace knows exactly how dangerous her feelings for Jonathan Huntington are, but her love for him nevertheless grows stronger each day she spends near him. Is he really as indifferent as he seems? Does Jonathan only see her as a willing plaything? When Grace tries to force him into showing his true colors, it leads to disaster ... If you love E.L. James' "Fifty Shades of Grey" and Silvia Day's "Crossfire" series, then COLOURS OF LOVE will thrill your desire for sensual romance. Even as a little girl, Kathryn Taylor wanted to write. She published her first story at age 11. After a few detours in life, she found her own happily ever after. Her first novel, UNBOUND: COLOURS OF LOVE was a success with readers and critics alike. She has continued the series with UNCOVERED and UNLEASHED. Two more novels, SEDUCED and SURRENDERED are slated for publication in 2017.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783732504183
Publisher: Bastei Entertainment
Publication date: 08/17/2015
Series: Colours of Love Series , #2
Sold by: Readbox
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 260
Sales rank: 858,810
File size: 820 KB
Age Range: 16 - 18 Years

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Uncovered - Colours of Love 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
LynnLTX More than 1 year ago
Changing Colours In this second book of the Colours of Love series, the story picks up as Grace has just run out of the exclusive house in the ritzy Primrose Hill section of London where Jonathan tried to introduce her to the seamy world of a private sex club. What she thought could be fun and exciting does not match reality. Rather than lose Grace, Jonathan agrees to try an exclusive relationship. Grace’s inexperience with men makes a serious relationship challenging and leads her to question whether her dark and broody handsome prince can really be hers alone. She spends quite a bit of emotional angst trying to figure out exactly what Jonathan feels for her, and where their relationship might be going, if anywhere. Americans are usually very out there with feelings whereas Brits are much less forthcoming in general and Jonathan particularly so. Family issues at the ancestral home of his father, the Earl, further complicate matters and demonstrate to Grace how different her background is from the English aristocracy. As they attempt to balance a personal and professional relationship, Grace falls deeper in love her enigmatic English Lord. Grace is young and inexperienced and so some of the things she does are painful to watch although not to the extent of the first book as she matures and learns from experience. She is intelligent, determined to be a success in her career, and truly cares for this very difficult, complicated man. Jonathan has so much emotional baggage that it threatens the viability of their bond; however, clearly he must be willing to deal with his personal demons and make some changes or lose Grace forever. I look forward to seeing how things pan out for their evolving relationship in the next book.
BlowPop More than 1 year ago
I received a free ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review from NetGalley. So I liked this book a little bit more than the previous book. There was a lot more to this one I felt. More into the plot. Less angsting over does he love me? did I do it right? And less hot and cold from Jonathan. There was clear conflict AND resolution in this book. Which was really nice to see. Not just thinly veiled conflict resolution. I mean there is definitely angst in the book. It's just not the main focus of this book like it was the last book. Read the rest of the review here: https://blowpopsbooks.wordpress.com/2015/12/13/review-entblost/
BookMama_1 More than 1 year ago
In Uncovered, we start the morning after Unbound - Colours of Love left off and wade into the relationship of Grace and Jonathan. The title of the sequel is very fitting as we start to peel back the layers that make up Jonathan. Of course, the drama comes with it as well. The family drama, the other woman drama and the almighty "I Love you" drama. There's always relationship drama, but nothing these two can't work through. Or can they? This second book in the Colours of Love Trilogy was just as good. Still a few grammar errors, but not as many as the first book. I love how the relationship progressed throughout the book because this helped us to understand Jonathan's family drama a lot better. *ARC kindly received from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
  Colours of Love - Uncovered by Kathryn Taylor Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews Genre:  woman’s fiction, romance I saw some great reviews for the first book, read the sample to get the background and dived eagerly into this one. Grace is in a difficult place, in love with a man who says he doesn’t do love...or real commitment. I really liked her, she’s a hard worker, doesn’t expect favours because she’s dating the boss, and puts up with a lot from Jonathan. She has a tendency to dive in where angels fear to tread and all that sometimes though....Jonathan is a complex character and its clear now what’s behind his reserve, but equally clear he’s the only one that can change that, and he doesn’t seem to want to, even if he loses Grace because of it. There’s some solid characters here and some really interesting plots developments, but I felt they didn’t really live up to what they could be. The event that happened at the Gala/charity Ball for example – my mind had run on all sorts of things behind it and I’d got a couple of suspects lined up, but it turned out to be a standard happening, nothing suspicious behind it. Then there’s Lady Imogen, I had high hopes for some byitch scenes with her, but really there was nothing much : –( I felt there was such rich potential for more drama in the scenes that were given and yet it just all felt very run of the mill... Things with Jonathan are kind of touch and go all the way through, one moment he can’t keep his hands off her and the next she gets treated with ambivalence. That was tough for her, even more so now she knows she’s in love with him, and suspects he feels more for her that he will admit to. Then something happens which was so much like a development in one of my favourite reads, Kylie Scott's novel Lead. Jonathan and Jimmy from Lead have the same issue, can’t/won’t commit to anyone, don’t believe in love, are very much emotionally closed off. When both are confronted with it they react the same and yet the plots go very divergent ways. In Lead it led to some great drama and emotional scenes that I loved, could wallow in, but here it somehow felt a bit flat. We’d got so close to the end of the book I had begun to wonder if their romance was ever going to develop further, and when this happened I was like – Yay, some emotional scene now. I do love some good drama, some tearful, emotional moments that really pull at me. I didn’t feel it though, I felt sad for Grace of course, she put her heart out there and was rejected, but I wasn’t gutted for her, didn’t feel she was hurt beyond repair.  So the events after didn’t feel so good as they would have done if I’d really despaired for her. Its a personal thing of course, everyone wants different things, but I just felt that although this was a good read, a very good one it could have been (for me) a great read. Stars: Four, its a really good read for me, I just felt it could have developed a bit more drama and been a five. Still, for many readers this will be perfect as it is : –) ARC supplied by Netgalley and publishers  If you enjoyed my review I'd love it if you would please click “Like” and if you didn't I'd love to know why, in case I've inadvertently added a spoiler and need to edit.