The Trouble with Rainbows [NOOK Book]

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Joe Vanetti was deeply in love with his late wife, Roberta, and even thinking of another woman feels disloyal. Although he feels his emotional life has ended with his wife’s, he still has their children to raise. He has returned to Rainbow Rock to bring them near his family. He is not looking for romance and surely does not expect to find it with the high school Ice Queen he remembers as being so aloof and “stuck-up,” so far above him.

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The Trouble with Rainbows

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Overview

Joe Vanetti was deeply in love with his late wife, Roberta, and even thinking of another woman feels disloyal. Although he feels his emotional life has ended with his wife’s, he still has their children to raise. He has returned to Rainbow Rock to bring them near his family. He is not looking for romance and surely does not expect to find it with the high school Ice Queen he remembers as being so aloof and “stuck-up,” so far above him.

Angelica DeForest feels her life has never begun. Painfully shy and socially inept, she has spent her adult years tending aging, bitter relatives. She promises herself she will try to be bolder, to reach out to others and maybe even (gasp!) socialize. She certainly does not intend to begin experimenting with Joe Vanetti, the high school Golden Boy she remembers as being so perfect, so far above her.

Do Joe and Angelica have more in common than a mutual attraction and the misery of loneliness? To build a future together, they will have to discover healing, recovery, and the will to begin again.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014766241
  • Publisher: Susan Aylworth
  • Publication date: 5/30/2012
  • Series: Rainbow Rock Series, #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 660,994
  • File size: 259 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2013

    a disappointment

    Having greatly enjoyed the other books in this series, I had been looking forward to this one - but, sadly, it failed to hold my interest. One of the wonderful things about the other books was that in addition to a well written love story, they all also offered a wealth of fascinating information - beautifully researched - about several interesting topics surrounding native American culture. Since this book is part of the same series, I'd expected more of the same. When I got a chapter or two in and it became apparent that this would not be forthcoming, I still hoped for the same stimulating in-depth treatment of another topic that was touched on in the book - perhaps gardening, or music, or even environmental engineering. However, it soon became clear that there was nothing in this book except for a sloppy plot involving nothing more than a WHOLE lot of "adult" angst, upheaval and dithering. It was very obvious that zero research had been done on ANY topic - I felt that this was a "throw-away" book written quickly and without much thought, merely to cash in on the success of the earlier books in the series. I am disappointed in Ms. Aylsworth, who we all know can do SO much better!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2012

    Highly recommended-you must check it out

    This is a love story taking place in the area of the Grand Canyon and Hopi Indians.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2012

    Not worth the money

    Seriously? Talking to his dead wife. I liked the series except for this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2012

    Don't Buy

    Not worth the money you pay for it.

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