Rainbow Cedar

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As interior designer Jay Burns watches her long-term relationship slowly unravel, she runs into - literally - landscape designer Drew Montgomery. As their paths cross,both professionally and personally, a friendship develops, one they each try to maintain despite the obvious attraction between them. But still, Jay is not willing to throw away an eight-year relationship, even when it becomes painfully obvious the end is near.

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Overview


As interior designer Jay Burns watches her long-term relationship slowly unravel, she runs into - literally - landscape designer Drew Montgomery. As their paths cross,both professionally and personally, a friendship develops, one they each try to maintain despite the obvious attraction between them. But still, Jay is not willing to throw away an eight-year relationship, even when it becomes painfully obvious the end is near.

The Rainbow Cedar is the journey of one woman struggling with the loss of love and commitment from one, and the possibility of finding it all again with someone new.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594931246
  • Publisher: Bella Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/1/2008
  • Pages: 306
  • Sales rank: 789,707
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Posted March 8, 2009

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    Standard romance

    Jay Burns has known for a long time that her relationship with her partner Katherine is in trouble. Katherine is so focused on making partner in her law firm that she's seldom home and they're very disconnected when she is. Jay is convinced that she shouldn't throw away eight years, so she buries herself in developing her new interior design business and avoiding confrontation. That becomes more difficult when she meets landscape designer Drew Montgomery. Jay tries to tell herself that their growing friendship is because of their mutual interests, but that delusion doesn't hold up long. The situation is further complicated when Katherine arranges a strange trip to Hawaii for them with a lawyer from her firm and her "date" - Drew. When Katherine and her friend are more interested in running off together, Jay begins to suspect that work is not all that has kept her lover away from home. As one relationship unravels, another one strengthens, until Jay finds herself in the confrontation she had hoped to avoid, but no longer fears. There is another life with Drew if they can put all of the pieces back together.

    This is a standard Gerri Hill romance. The story is well told, but the reader may wonder why Jay puts up with a minimal relationship for so long. The really appealing character in the book is Drew, who could easily take advantage of a situation, but holds herself to a higher standard. At the heart of the story is a theme that often isn't popular, infidelity, by both Katherine and ultimately Jay. Jay's choice is softened by the knowledge of what Katherine has been doing, but she still cheats, with a classic reaction from Katherine.

    The Rainbow Cedar is a good vacation or weekend reading book. There's nothing enlightening about the story, but it will be a good way to spend a few hours seeing how these women work out their situation.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 11, 2009

    VERY GOOD

    THIS BOOK IS VERY GOOD.

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