The Colour of Roses

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Rosie’s mama is sick. When there’s no option left but the hospital, Rosie’s mom’s ex-lover comes to the rescue and brings Rosie, with no other family, to live with her. Rosie loves living with Jo again and they visit her mother every day. But what’s going to happen to Rosie when a social worker decides that some sorts of families just aren’t right?

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Words: 3,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458015068
About Kate Genet

Kate Genet is a New Zealand author who enjoys writing books with strong lesbian characters. Even if they don't start out feeling all that strong, they've usually found their tenacity and self-assurance by the time she's done with them; characters you can like, admire, and wish you knew - maybe they're even a bit like you. With her interest in telling compelling stories she spreads herself across a few genres within lesbian fiction - supernatural suspense, adventure, science fiction and fantasy, and now romance. Keep up to date with her writing life and new releases by visiting her website at kategenet.com (coming January 2014).
She also writes mainstream speculative fiction under the name Kate Hansen.
  

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Review by: Ito ED on May 18, 2011 :
I think this may be one of the saddest things I've read in a while. But I loved it. It shows what can, and often does, happen to families that are considered "different".
(review of free book)

Review by: Kia Zi Shiru on May 16, 2011 :
This is just one of those stories that stick with you. Lovely piece about how some relationships are seen to be better than others...
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