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Reviewed by Emma Megan for Readers' Favorite
The Color of Frost by Kasey Rogers is a delightful novel exploring themes relevant to modern life. It follows Nina DeMarco, a twenty-seven-year-old woman, as she contemplates the futility of her life. After almost five years of being happily married, her husband informs Nina that their marriage is over and that he and his new girlfriend plan on taking over her only home. However, Nina is determined not to give in to her husband’s demands. With both of her adoptive parents long gone, no friends, and no job, Nina is left at the mercy of fate. She will either have to fight for her home or move someplace new and start all over again, discover its mysteries and maybe make some friends.
The Color of Frost by Kasey Rogers has the most beautiful and powerful ending that I have ever encountered. This novel is well worth reading as it contains precious messages, a call to action to end the violence against women, and tackles the prejudice against LGBTQ people as well as the stigma associated with adoption. It's a profoundly moving and empowering story about the dark moments we all face that change our lives for the better. Dealing with loss, failure, suicidal thoughts, and hidden secrets and mysteries, Rogers's novel is utterly engaging and ultimately hopeful. This riveting work is part mystery and part historical fiction. It is a fantastic read for anyone interested in a book that honors other women’s rights and tackles themes such as anxiety, depression, abuse, adoption, homosexuality, suicide, and friendship.