I loved Cameron Dane’s Dreaming In Color. It was heartwarming and wonderfully written. This, however kinda disappoint me a little.
Aidan and Ethan are best of friends who took refuge from each other during their high school days. The day of their graduation, they finally got the courage to tell how they really feel for each other. It turns out that they’ve been in loved with each other for a while now. To Ethan’ surprise and great dismay, Aidan left the day after leaving him distraught and heartbroken without getting any kind of explanation from the other man. Thirteen years later, Aiden is back as the new chief of Redemption’s Fire Department where Ethan works as a volunteer. Aidan swore that he will do everything to make up to Ethan and get back to his life no matter what.
As much as I loved Cameron Dane’s writing in Dreaming In Color, I find this book a bit lackluster in delivery. The romance didn’t deliver the spark that I was looking for between Aidan and Ethan. The plot was a bit “flat” to begin with and I feel like there should’ve been more to it but the author just fell short in pushing a stronger conflict. Don’t get me wrong though, it’s still an a-ok book. I’m just having a hard time finding that same charm and appeal I felt from the first book I’ve read from Mr. Dane.
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars