The girl who couldn't see rainbows (Russian edition)

The girl who couldn't see rainbows (Russian edition)

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Overview

The girl who couldn't see rainbows (Russian edition) by Rosette

The encounter of two lonely souls in the fascinating context of an imaginary Scottish village is the starting point for a great love story where nothing is like it seems. The main character - Melisande Bruno - is the girl who can't see rainbows, for she is able to see only in black and white. And her opponent, as well as great love, is Sebastian McLaine, a writer relegated to a wheelchair.

Melisande Bruno flees from her past and refuses to accept her diversity: she was born with a particular and rare sight impairment that prevents her from distinguishing colours and her greatest dream would be to see a rainbow. Her new employer is Sebastian McLaine, a famous writer of horror novels, relegated to a wheelchair due to a mysterious car accident. A figure lies in the shadows, ready to feed on other people's desires... Two solitudes that intertwine; two destinies united by their darkest dreams in which nothing is as it seems. A Gothic novel waiting only to be read...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788873042471
Publisher: Tektime
Publication date: 08/14/2017
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Rosette Giorgio writes stories since she was a child and has always wanted to become a writer. She wrote her first novel when she was only seven years old and it was about a shamelessly romantic and impossible love affair between a pencil and a rubber. The discovery of her serious food intolerance prompted her to write a story about it, "As Healthy as a Pisces". Her first novel is entitled "The girl who couldn't see rainbows", while her second one, recently published, is entitled "The house on the lake of snowy destinies".

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