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Willow Thorpe knows friction… The friction between her parents, Rosie and Rex. The friction inside herself as she tries to navigate two worlds since their divorce.
But life has not always been like this.
When Rosie and Rex first met, theirs was an attraction of opposites. Rosie lived life for those heightened moments when love reveals its true secrets. Rex lived life safely, by the rules. Common sense would say theirs was a union not meant to last, but it was genuine love.
Now Willow just wants to be with Rosie, to bask in her mother’s outsize glow and, she thinks, protection. Because Rosie is the only person who can make Willow feel totally alive and completely loved.
But as Willow and Rosie and Rex try harder and harder to stay connected as a family, Rosie’s manic tornado of love continues to sweep up everyone in sight, ultimately to heartbreaking results.
|Title||:||Rosie Colored Glasses|
|Number of Pages||:||336 pages|
November 04, 2017
I read the description and for some reason I thought it would be a lighter read. Maybe it was the use of the word whimsical. It wasn’t. It's a sad story, sadder even knowing that the character of Rosie and the story in some ways is based on the author's free spirit mother who was addicted to opia...
November 18, 2017
When I was about thirty pages into this book I wrote in the comment section of my updates, that Willow was going to break my heart. She did, but what I didn't expect was that this whole family would. It is not that I am getting marshmellowy, but rather than going into a long discourse on my perso...
October 03, 2017
Rosie Colored Glasses is an emotional and heart breaking read. To be honest, I was not expecting to be so moved and touched by this novel.
Brianna Wolfe delivers a rare and inspiring novel about loss, love, attachment, and relationships. What I loved about this novel is how Brianna was able to cr...
February 09, 2018
4.539 stars - - - expected publication date 02/20/18
how appropriate a name, willow, for i am left weeping.
such lachrymosity, such poignancy, delicateness in its writing. ten yr old willow thorpe embraces such beauty in her youthful, absorbing awe of the world - the world as seen through, seen w...
June 19, 2017
I LOVED this book!!!!! I was a mess by the end but I loved every single page!
This book reads like a fairy tale which I LOVED!!! Very nice touch.
This book touched on so many things: love, loss, mental illness, addiction, bullying, family, Mother-child relationships, Father-Child relationships, et...
February 20, 2018
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”Willow Thorpe knew friction. The heat it created when one thing rubbed against another. When one world rubbed against another.”
From the prologue, we know that Willow’s world is filled with tension, with every “Late again, Rosie.” followed by a dismissive retort from her mo...
November 21, 2017
Heartfelt. Evocative. Poignant. Beautiful.
These are just a few of the adjectives that found their way into my notes as I read this book. A book I loved and which should really be required to carry warnings to potential readers. You should be warned that your heart will b...
March 16, 2018
This was a sad story, but at the same time, it was a story so full of love! It’s not often that I come across a book where I love the characters so much, having to let them go in the end felt like a piece of my heart was being taken away as well. I fell so hard for this beautiful, broken, flawed...
August 30, 2017
I received an ARC copy of Rosie Colored Glasses in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley as well as Mira Books for this advanced copy which is expected to be released February 20, 2018.
Rosie Colored Glasses from author, Brianna Wolfson is, straight to the point an evocative, hea...
February 20, 2018
Rosie Colored Glasses was a truly sad, and yet beautiful book. I chose it because the blurb gave the impression of an emotional story, but I never thought it would be this emotional. Maybe not best to read if you have a sensitive heart, but a very moving and special story nonetheless. Read the...