Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
Nick and Sassa are guarded, skeptical survivors who have, for years, skillfully buried the effects of their tragic pasts. After a series of intimate conversations, they fall headlong into love, and begin a remarkable journey toward their true selves, toward becoming whole, toward finding home.
After years of relationships without any emotional risk on his part, Nick, a successful music entrepreneur, believes he has found in Sassa, someone with whom he can live in complete truth, without masks. Sassa, a free-spirited chef who has spent years hiding her vulnerabilities, believes the same about Nick, though she has lingering doubts about the sustainability of any long-term relationship. For a time, the two enjoy the best relationship either of them has ever experienced, but their respective pasts, the pasts they both resolved to rise above, begin to surface, complicating their relationship.
A chronicle of Nick and Sassa’s struggle to create a love based on wide-open truth and honesty, The Color of Home is a candid look at a lifetime-spanning love that manages to eclipse norms, facades, and loss. Straightforward and genuine, The Color of Home is a striking narrative of two people striving to embrace, and even transcend, the uncertainties inherent in great love.