At the Rainbow's End

At the Rainbow's End

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by Susan Aylworth
     
 

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Kurt McAllister has everything going for him. So why does he feel so discontent? Alexa Babbidge has just earned her first great break as a screenwriter. So why does bad luck find her now? Kurt and Alexa have differing ideas about what constitutes success and their differences may be too great to bridge. So why are they so drawn to one

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NEW LOOK!

Kurt McAllister has everything going for him. So why does he feel so discontent? Alexa Babbidge has just earned her first great break as a screenwriter. So why does bad luck find her now? Kurt and Alexa have differing ideas about what constitutes success and their differences may be too great to bridge. So why are they so drawn to one another?

This heart-warming love story examines Navajo weaving, small town living, and the nature of independence versus inter-dependence. Can a small-town girl grown big-time find happiness with a small-town cowboy? And can they agree on what fills the pot of gold at the rainbow's end?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014532761
Publisher:
Susan Aylworth
Publication date:
04/11/2012
Series:
Rainbow Rock Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,003,735
File size:
5 MB

Meet the Author

Susan Aylworth is a professor emeritus of English at California State University, Chico, where she taught writing for 30 years, a wife of 42 years, a mother of seven children, gramma to twenty-one, and the author of eight novels. Her books have been published by three publishing houses and in five languages. Her poems have appeared in the Broad River Review and Sand Canyon Review. One favorite work is “Gertrude,” a one-woman play that allows Hamlet’s mother to defend herself. “Gertrude” has been produced by two California theaters.



Susan loves poems, plays, words in almost all form, and good raspberry jam.

Born and raised in Arizona, she now lives in northern California with her writer-husband, Roger, a dog called Pirate, and two quirky cats. Like most women of her generation, she wishes the grandkids would visit more often.

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At the Rainbow's End 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
N_M_W More than 1 year ago
Susan has once again woven together a tale featuring a strong independent woman learning that interdependence can also be powerful. Her descriptions of the desert in early spring carried me away from the dreary gray sky of the Pacific Northwest. The Navaho and Hopi people are once again a side story and make for a fascinating and informative read. At the Rainbows End is a delightful romance of discovering where one’s treasure truly lies.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Second book is aa good as the first
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