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Reviewed by Keith Mbuya for Readers' Favorite
Ed Brent had no idea what Gail looked like, but he was sure that he liked her. How could he not? It had been a couple of months now since he first started calling her company in Durban from his office in ‘Maritzburg for business. He savored every moment he spent talking to Gail on the phone and longed to see her in person. When an opportunity to travel to Durban on business came knocking at his door, Ed grabbed it. He finally met Gail and was completely smitten by her beauty. However, it was in the 1970s and there was a law in South Africa that barred relationships between white and black people. Gail was black. What would Ed do now that he had fallen head over heels for Gail? Get yourself a copy of Colour by Ken Reynolds to learn more.
Lovers of romance novels entwined with suspense, drama, and thrills will enjoy Colour by Ken Reynolds. The author pins the storyline on a gripping tale of going against the odds, love, passion, sacrifices, and racism. The vivid depiction of the scenes transported me to Durban and ‘Maritzburg in the 70s. Ken Reynolds describes the different lives that white and black people lived in South Africa brilliantly. He captured the mood and setting of the era perfectly, taking the reader back in time effortlessly. His exquisite and clear way of depicting the emotions of the protagonists allowed me to experience their feelings and connect with them. The characters are well-crafted and exciting and Ed’s interaction with his witty workmates always created amusement. This is a magnificent piece of work and I loved it.