Even Gertrude got to grow on you after awhile and it made me want to re watch Emma after reading this one. Holly soon finds a warm friendship with Fletcher Hays, a lonely American writer working on the film who is simply looking for someone to pass the time with, which is just perfect for Holly. The characters remain true to themselves, which I think is key. By the way, he explains why he went out with the other girl. I thought he was charming in his shy demeanor and I loved the chemistry that he and Holly had together. In my late thirties those dreams started to come to life, as I met and married my husband, and we embarked on our journey towards parenthood.
A very charming story with family and friends and moving on after the death of a loved one, six years prior. I received Finding the Rainbow by Traci Borum compliments of Red Adept Publishing for my honest review. To begin, click the purple email icon to send this author a private email, and be sure to describe your book or include a link to your Readers' Favorite review page or Amazon page. This is a refreshing change from the ordinary. Finding the Rainbow is my story, through trying to conceive, our struggles with pregnancy loss, and beyond.
I just loved everything about this novel, from it's great characters to the entertaining storyline and the author's well-paced and enjoyable writing style. She has been living at home helping to take care of her younger sisters. Delegation strategies for the nclex prioritization for the nclex infection control for the nclex free resources for the nclex free nclex quizzes for the nclex free nclex exams for the nclex failed the nclex help is here. She has to find a way to be happy in chaos swirling around her. Like a Jane Austen novel, the romance is sweet and appropriately passionate not forcing the reader into an over-the-top rendezvous.
I truly loved both and plan to start the third, immediately. Finding the Rainbow was a book that I could not put down. At the same time, she had to consider the dream she had as a child of having her own growing brood by her early twenties and began to wonder if her continued delay would jeopardize her chances of making the dream a reality. This is a standalone novel that focuses on a different set of characters, though some characters from the first novel make an appearance. The small town saga reminds me a little of the Mitford series by Jan Karon. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com 1 of 1 people found this review helpful Love this book! She immediately quit and went back home to help her dad with her three sisters.
I was really rooting for her to be able to realize her dreams. Fletcher and Holly meet and become friends, they are definitely there for one another. Friends to lovers have always been my favorite type of romance. I loved Painting the Moon and was happy that this one didn't disappoint! She creates unique, three-dimensional characters that come alive in believable ways. Nancy Peterson did a beautiful job narrating, but it was a little hard getting used to the accent. Bridge, you get your spunk from your mother — she could go toe-to-toe with me any day.
This story is so much about the importance of family! It takes place a while after the events of the first book and focuses on Holly. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast. I have been so blessed to have read through this series and anticipate so many more from Traci Borum. The narration by Nancy Peterson was completely spot This was a very nice story. I loved all of the Jane Austen quotes throughout the book. Hi Lauren -- so sorry I'm just now answering I didn't see your question until now. I was first introduced to Traci Borum back in February when she asked me to read her book Painting the Moon which is the first book in the Chilton Crosse series.
She read each character perfectly. Rachel has also started blogging, specifically on her own fertility journey, a subject she feels is not openly talked about and she is passionate to share with a wider audience. Narrator good, able to master both 'Texan' and Brit accents! This author is willing to donate free copies of their book in exchange for reviews if circumstances allow and the knowledge that their book is being read and enjoyed. Perfect for Jane Austen fans Confession: I have the Cinderella Syndrome. I really felt completely drawn into this community and this story and thought the book club correlation was interesting.
It has never been my intention to dwell in the sadness and misfortune, instead I focused on looking forward, finding hope and staying positive. Its a pleasant read a book that you can settle down, open a nice bottle of wine, some chocolate, curl your feet up underneath yourself and just read. I truly loved both and plan to start the third, immediately. The story is a full on friends to lovers tale that includes Actors, puppies, children, Spinsters, some trauma, a book club, a terrific friendship and a few tear jerking moments. Now that kiss, my romance book-loving friends, would put the legendary Spiderman upside down kiss to shame. The first book for Rachel McGrath, she writes about her battle with her body, her mind and the health service, whilst showing an incredible amount of inner strength, elegance and poise. Now, a few years later, the family is in a better place and Holly decides it is time to finally start thinking about herself again and move on with her life.