Color me Pretty is the sequel to Paint to me Beautiful and does it's job very well. The story reads as a very long epilogue to the first book as the reader follows Claire on the start of her road to recovery.
The editing on this book was far better than PMB's and I only spotted two small errors.
Paint Me Beautiful and Color Me Pretty are books that prove to the world that change can happen if the person really wants it to. It's not a thing that can be forced on a person, or guilted into doing. The person themself truly needs to find that spark that screams "I don't want this anymore. I want to change."
The support of friends and family is a key role in these books as they are in real life when it comes to the topics of this book as well as topics of a simliar nature. Again I urge people, give these books a chance and then be the best damn Emmett Simclair you can be, it may save someone's life. If you're a Claire Simclair, then learn from her and grow and blossom just like she did and realize you are not alone in your battle.
I give this book 5 of 5 paws