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EBOOK ↠ EPUB Falling Colours The Vision Painter #1 ä Ê HANNAHREDHEAD ☆ FALLING COLOURS – The Misadventures of a Vision PainterKiran is a vision painterThe only vision painter working in IrelandHer practice isn’t doing too well and she works as a waitress in a struggling restaurant iFALLING COLOURS – The Misadventures of a Vision PainterKiran is a vision painterThe only vision I loved both the concept and the execution of this riveting paranormal story Kiran is a vision painter just like her father She can paint what her clients reuest and their dreams come true But she can't get paid for it so she works at the local restaurant and struggles to pay her mounting bills Delilah the owner of the restaurant asks Kiran to chat to Ron and lend a sympathetic ear Ron is an elderly patron who has recently lost his wife in an apparent suicide In an attempt to assist him she makes an error of judgementThis is a superb story which unravels into a complex mystery This is my first novel by Samuel and I'm thrilled to have found another author whose work I enjoy

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Painter working in IrelandHer practice isn’t doing too well and she works as a waitress in a str With the sheer volume of lesfic titles coming out now than ever the book summary has to really hook the reader or it will be easily glossed over forgotten or buried under an ever growing pile of TBRs especially if it is an indie This book has one of the vaguest blurbs I’ve ever encountered and I wouldn’t have taken a second look if I hadn’t fallen in love with the author’s writing in A Place Somewhere Falling Colours is a paranormal mystery with a lesbian romance The premise sounds like something straight out of Twilight Zone Kiran is a half Irish half Indian woman who uit her budding engineering career in Galway to follow what she feels is her true calling vision painting This particular talent is a little involved than fortune telling though The vision painter supposedly has the power to realize the clients’ visions or dreams That is a truly scary power to have So the rules and regulations that govern vision painting are very stringent Kiran has another problem however Vision painting is as Indian as curry But she is what the Asians call a banana yellow outsidewhite inside she may look exotic but she’s Irish through and through Her cursory knowledge of India and its customs means she isn’t very good in marketing herself as such eg dressing up or talking like a guru or swami lol She can't even fake an Indian accent Her very Irish clients don’t really know what to make of her talent or how to pay her back material compensation is not allowed So she languishes in her waitressing job and worries about being able to afford winter heating Neither can she expect much help from home Women vision painters aren’t allowed in her tradition bound ‘profession’ back in India not to mention a lesbian one So she’s also the family’s dirty little secret The author’s prose is a bit different if you’re not used to her style but it is a good different very descriptive and emotional The first few chapters establishing Kiran’s cred are rather confusing I didn’t really understand how vision painting works until we actually see her in action And then it hits you in the face What a whammy Things start to pick up from there There is danger cheating betrayals a possible murder or two kidnapping and other shenanigans Out of the blue the author chose a certain POV that really surprised me Some people don’t like it but for me it’s what elevated the book from another run of the mill paranormal whodunit and earns from me the extra star I love Marge’s POV Rich housewife meddling mother a one time unfaithful wife her actions are horrid But she’s so human and typical mother knows best well meaning but totally clueless and off the mark Her POV is revealing poignant ironic and often funny as hell in a black comedy kind of way well mainly because she’s also view spoilervery dead hide spoiler

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Falling Colours The Vision Painter #1Uggling restaurant in ConnemaraEverything changes when she meets a womanAnd makes a tiny wee mista 4 stars on a technical level 5 stars for enjoyment 45 overall and I rounded up This book is part frantic murder mystery and part bumbling lesbian romance between Kiran a person with a special gift who is normally uite sensible but starts knocking all sorts of things over when she sees a beautiful woman and Ashley said beautiful woman whose mother Kiran just made a ghost Accidentally Awkward Basically protagonist Kiran has an interesting ability where people can come with a reuest some sort of personal vision or deeply desired ideal they want painted and when she paints it it will come true She doesn't charge money for this contract based service she can't but asks that after the painting becomes reality they paint their gratitude to her into it so THAT can become reality too They usually never do though Since you can't eat nonexistent gratitude Kiran also works as a waitress at her good friend's restaurant that's part of a castle an awesome detail that isn't emphasized nearly as much as I thought it should be which is one of the places where she meets Ashley for the first time before spilling soup all over the floor Nearby she'll meet Ron a restlessly grieving man still pained by the mysterious circumstances under which his wife died What was meant to be a courteous visit ends up with Ron rather unfairly manipulating Kiran into painting his wife alive again one of the forbidden things for people with her vision painting ability to do She stresses endlessly over it comforted only by the fact that really raising the dead isn't possible right? Not really And not really means that a ghost becomes born one with uite an attitude and a penchant for running off and getting into trouble Who is also Ashley's mom Which means Ron is Ashley's dad And now the girl you've been hopelessly failing to flirt with is understandably kind of furious and wants to know why you've made her mom a ghost? Falling Colours switches between the POVs of Kiran's panicked chapters and the much shorter chapters of a mean selfish and amnesic ghost Marge the ghost was somebody I really didn't feel very sorry for at all until the very end and even then it was just a little because she's really unlikable and manipulative However the book is built on solving the mysterious circumstances of her death so she can rest in peace and Kiran doesn't lose her powers as a result of totally breaking the rules In between investigating murder and being a server at a castle she tries other smooth romantic moves on Ashley like backing into her car and trying to stop the ghost she made of Ashley's mother from killing people You know the real feel good stuff But I guess we could all learn something from Kiran's smooth moves book because it works Yes Ashley is hopelessly attracted to lovable fools and she says as much at the end of the book So Falling Colours is worth reading for a frantic mystery author RJ Samuel's style of inventive and lively prose enjoying an only mildly embarrassing lesbian romance and descriptions of sleepy sheep that make you want to go out and hug one right now