The Color of Happiness Faith Lane is the girl who has everything At least that s what everyone thinks when they see her rocking a killer dress while laughing with her best friend Tiffany But Faith s life is far from flawl

  • Title: The Color of Happiness
  • Author: K.P Gazelle
  • ISBN: 9780990979104
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • Faith Lane is the girl who has everything At least, that s what everyone thinks when they see her rocking a killer dress while laughing with her best friend, Tiffany But Faith s life is far from flawless Her peers torment her relentlessly, and her parents expect her to be the epitome of perfection Criticized and pressured at school and home, Faith retreats into silentFaith Lane is the girl who has everything At least, that s what everyone thinks when they see her rocking a killer dress while laughing with her best friend, Tiffany But Faith s life is far from flawless Her peers torment her relentlessly, and her parents expect her to be the epitome of perfection Criticized and pressured at school and home, Faith retreats into silent acceptance and finds an escape in her passion of dancing Then she meets Alex quirky, forever with a pass, and concealing a mysterious secret of his own And through his encouragement, Faith starts believing in her gift for dance and gains courage to stand up for herself But will she be able to keep her footing when the events of one night consume her with the need to jump off the rocky cliffs near her coastal home And what has pushed her to the edge of reason

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    1. K.P Gazelle

      K.P Gazelle is a true bookworm at heart she can spend hours with a good book and a hot cup of coffee When she s not reading or writing you can find her playing with her many nephews and nieces, photographing landscapes, or eating a delicious meal.

    604 thoughts on “The Color of Happiness”

    1. The Color of Happiness by K.P. Gazelle is flawlessly beautiful. A romance that will move readers as they delve further into the addictive and luring plot. K.P. Gazelle’s talent in bringing to life a raw and emotional story of a young girl who wants nothing more than to live a normal teenage life but has parents who don’t comprehend and others who traumatize her for thinking she has the best of everything. There’s Faith’s best friend whom helps her through everything and then there’s Al [...]


    2. *Received an egalley in exchange for a honest review*Everyone thinks that Faith's life is perfect, because she dresses well and has the best friend any girl could ask for. What people don't know is that she's constantly badgered by her peers for her conservative upbringing and that her parents just don't get her desire to want to live a normal teen life. I found Faith's character really relatable. I've dealt with ridiculous remarks from classmates and it sucks. I totally get what Faith's going t [...]


    3. *I received a free ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review*Faith is you typical teen girl with big dreams. She's being bullied at school but remains true to her passion of dancing. This is a beautiful stress-free love story that i would recommend to everyone looking for a light romance read!First off, i loved the evolution of Faith from the beginning to the end. You really see her character grow from a girl with self-esteem problems to someone who starts to fight for her dreams. I d [...]


    4. The Color of Happiness is an inspirational novel. Although some may find the messages to be cheesy, I found them to being refreshing. It was fantastic to read something with a positive message in a young adult novel. I also loved the cute scenes between Faith and Alex - they were sweet and made me fall in love with Alex! Also, there definitely are some outfits in the book that I want to try out for myself! Some people find the descriptions to be too much, but for me it allowed me to connect with [...]


    5. Adolescence hits us all, along with the many lessons we have to learn about ourselves and others. We all want to be accepted, we all want to feel great and we all want to experience love. The Color of Happiness explores all of these subject matters and I loved every second. It really put me in the mind frame of movies such as The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candles and St. Elmo’s Fire – to name but a few!Faith Lane experiences teasing and torment from her peers as she has her own [...]


    6. Adolescence hits us all, along with the many lessons we have to learn about ourselves and others. We all want to be accepted, we all want to feel great and we all want to experience love. The Color of Happiness explores all of these subject matters and I loved every second. It really put me in the mind frame of movies such as The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candles and St. Elmo’s Fire – to name but a few!Faith Lane experiences teasing and torment from her peers as she has her own [...]


    7. All I can say about this book is WOW.I began this book unsure what to think about it from the synapses. Yet, after the first ten pages I was hooked. I am not one to like or even think it's at all okay to commit suicide and this girl contemplated it not once but twice in this book. And yet I would recommend this book to anyone because it was amazingThis book begins with our slightly misfit character Faith who is bullied at school and at home to an extent by her parents who think she's never quite [...]


    8. Sometimes all it takes is one person that believes in us, that encourages us to pursue that thing we love and then life can be everything we dreamt of. In The Color of Happiness Faith lives by her principles, tries to excel at her honor classes and dreams about dancing. And one day, when nothing special was happening, she meets Alex. The Color of Happiness is not the classical story of young adult anguish and love as the answer to teenager problems. It's a beautiful story that reminds us the swe [...]


    9. Firstly I would like to thank the lovely K.P Gazelle and her P.A for kindly asking me if I wanted to read and review "The Color Of Happiness"I believe that there is always light at the end of a dark road and in this book we see a slither of this, don't let the title fool you. lures you into a false sense of happiness only to be ripped apart in the most heroic way.Faith Lane experiences teasing and torment from her peers as she has her own individual style in the clothes she wears, If it wasn’t [...]


    10. *Thank you Radiant for an ARC in exchange for a honest review!~Faith is a misfit character. She loves fashion, which is evident with the emphasis that is placed on her outfits' descriptions (I love her outfits, btw!). But her sense of style is what sets her apart from her peers. Her not only make insensitive remarks, but on occasion physically grab her clothes. It was saddening to read about those incidents since I, myself, have undergone something similar. Bullying is a major problem in society [...]


    11. A simple and refreshing story about grounded friendships, sweet romance, and overcoming our adversaries. Faith is a strong female protagonist, which I totally loved and connected well with. Alex is a hard-not-to-fall-for love interest who I definitely fell for! I honestly loved him so much in the book!! And Tiffany is the best friend you wish you could always have in life. I found myself connecting with all the characters, even the minors ones, which doesn't usually happen. The dance elements we [...]


    12. I really enjoyed the paintballing scene in the book. As someone who regularly goes, it was fun to read about. I was thoroughly annoyed with Faith's parents. Do some parents actually behave that way? I felt so bad for the character and the pressure she felt because of them. At the same time, my parents are a little crazy too lol - hers were just even crazier. Overall, I enjoyed this book. Check it out! *I was given this book as an ARC in exchange for a honest review.


    13. To be honest, when I was first approached with this book I had my reservations. It didn't really sound like something I'd be truly interested. But then I read the book. And boy, was I wrong! I love the character of Faith; her transformation is incredible. I love how she's real and human, instead of the being the perfect protagonist. I've always loved books with strong female leads, and this book definitely has one. LOVED it!


    14. *Got an egalley in exchange for a honest review*Was pleasantly surprised to say the least. It may not be for everyone, but I urge everyone to at least give it a try. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and felt connected with all the characters. A must read!


    15. The Color of Happiness is everything you can want in a book; it made me laugh, mad, and cry. It's a story sure to stay with readers much after the last page. A must read!


    16. I absolutely LOVED this book. Faith was such a unique character and really stood out to me. I found myself still thinking about her and her story long after I was done reading the book (which I read in one sitting because I simply could not put it down). This is a great debut novel for the author! I'm looking forward to future books by K.P Gazelle. Seriously people - give the book a try. *Thanks to the publisher for a free ARC in exchange for a honest review


    17. Great storyline with great characters that stay with you long after you're done reading the book! There were times where I hated Faith's parents for making her life so difficult and then times where I just wanted to reach inside the book and hug them. Go read this book; a wonderful debut novel. *Received an ARC for an honest review


    18. Great book with a great message. Not going to write too many details since the book hasn't been released yet, but I'm glad I was given a galley to review in advance. Can't recommend this book enough to anyone looking for a worthy read.


    19. This was one of those books where I was easily able to predict the endingI still criedbut I wasn't sold on the execution of the story or the reactions of the main character. It left me a little offendedfull review to come.**FULL REVIEW**First, I want to thank Radiant Books for this title in exchange for my honest feedback. I can say, it wasn't fully what I had hoped's how it starts:"Mama had all sorts of rules: no school dances, no boyfriends, no getting a driver's license until after graduation [...]


    20. The Good:I have always been interested in ballet. It has always been somewhat magical to me. The dancers looks so elegant and pretty while dominating the stage with their graceful dance. Thus, I had high expectations for the ballet and dances aspects in this book. I was not disappointed about how the author had managed to execute the ballet elements in the story. It was beautiful to read and it's all what I was expecting. Also, the relationship between Alex and Faith was sweet but not over the t [...]


    21. I received an ARC copy of The Color of Happiness from Radiant Books in exchange for an honest review, so that's exactly what I'm going to give: an honest review. I have nothing against the author, Radiant, or even the author's writing style. It was an okay book. It was well-written and semi-easy to follow. issue? I didn't know what I was following, honestly.This book reminded me a lot of the Alice on her Way series. They were decent books. The issue was that they never followed what the summary [...]


    22. 2. 30 *this book was given to me by the publisher (Radiant Books) in exchange for a honest review*i’ve seen – no, read – these. these kind of books had practically the same flow of events: guy meets girl (of course) they fall in love (what did you expect) something big happens (duh) and then something bad happens (omg!!111!!) and it makes you “surprised” (yea good luck). why “surprised”? because it happened SO MANY TIMES now that it’s not surprising anymore. it’s not necessaril [...]


    23. Faith just can't seem to do anything right. "While I enjoyed hanging out with friends on weekends, my parents wanted to hear nothing of it. While I liked wearing long skirts and full sleeve tops, sometimes even on the hottest of days, people outside my family constantly badgered me about why I didn’t wear short shorts or skimpy tank tops like other girls my age did. It seemed that no matter what I wanted to do or who I wanted to be, something else was always expected from me and of me. All I w [...]


    24. Originally posted at:Eternity Through Pages*~Thank you so much to the author and publisher for sending me a copy of this book! :) ~*Ehhhh. Not my cup of tea. I just didn't click with this book, and towards the end, I found myself skimming. It was really boring, and I think it mostly had to do with the writing. It was polished, but perhaps too polished? The writing was very matter of fact and wasn't very expressive; it was pretty straightforward. I also felt like I was being overloaded with detai [...]


    25. 2.5 stars After reading this one, I felt a little underwhelmed. I had high hopes going into it, but I felt that it dragged on and on. The characters were a little flat to me as well and I just couldn't really identify with the character Faith. This of course, is just my opinion. There are several good reviews on , but I just couldn't see what they saw in the book. I skipped through quite a few of the book because I was hoping that it would pick up, but unfortunately it didn't. The plot was very [...]


    26. (I was sent this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review)I think that this book would suit a young teenager due to it being quite cheesy and fun, with good messages about staying true to yourself.Unfortunately, I couldn't finish this book because I was not enjoying it (I got just over half way).I couldn't stop cringing at the dialogue because it was either too immature or too wordy and complex compared to how people actually speak, especially for the age that the characters are. [...]


    27. This is truly a heartwarming story about the life-changing affects of our first true love. Although I figured out a large portion of the story, I still felt compelled to continue reading to see how the characters evolved. It was nice to see the simplicity of young love, devoted friendship, and how even the most cruel people could have a change of heart. It's a tear jerker, so grab your tissues and enjoy***Received a review copy in exchange for an honest review***


    28. **Received in exchange for an honest review**The Color of Happiness was an average reading experience. While I enjoyed the scenes with the boy Alex and Faith bringing back some 80s high school movies and that epic sappy and sweet feeling, my lack for connecting to the main character and some of the overly detailed scenes dragged the story along frequently to make me realize it. Full review: klling.wordpress/2015/03/


    29. All I can say is WOW!Not at all like what I was expecting. They say a good book allows you to live many lives, and that's what this book did to me. So, so, so many emotions all in one read. I love the protagonist of this book, what sets her apart from the rest, and I especially admire her strength. The book was well-written, and tapped into all the right emotions. Definitely a keeper!



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