Ride the Rainbow Home
Meg Taylor has never thought of Rainbow Rock, Arizona as home. The daughter of a serial-marrying mother, Meg has lived in many places—and most of them were kinder than this little town where she was the principal’s daughter. She returns after ten years only to help a dear high school friend. Startled by the changes, Meg is pleased to see that her other high school buddy, Little Jimmy McAllister, isn’t little anymore. In fact, he is one of the most attractive men she has ever met. As she finds excuses to spend time with him, their friendship begins to blossom—but Meg has seen marriages come and go and she has no faith in happily ever after. Can Meg let go of doubt, grab on to happiness and ride the rainbow home?
A sweet and endearing love story that lifts the spirit. I gave four stars instead of five only because although the story reveals all the environmental beauty of nature, it ends abruptly without revealing the fireworks, passion and beauty of their first night together. A little too chaste of an ending for me.