Monday, May 7, 2012

Review of Rainbow's End

Rainbow’s End contains four stories and they are written by Valerie Comer, Annalisa Daughety, Nicole O’Dell and Cara Putman.

These stories take place around the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri and center on a geocache hunt. A geocache hunt is when you use a GPS to find a location where someone else has hidden something. You use your GPS to find that location and once you are at the location you look for the hidden object.

The first story, Topaz Treasure is about Lyssa and Kirk. Their previous interaction sets up this story. Will Lyssa be able to move past Kirk’s harsh words? Will Kirk be follow his brother down a road of bitterness or be willing to admit he was wrong?

Beneath the Surface is about Madison and Grant. Madison is going through a transition in her life and falling in love with Grant will only make it more complicated. Will they come together before Madison moves on?

Welcome Home, Love is about Hadley and Noah. They have a history but will that help them grow closer or further apart?

The last story is about Reagan and Colton. Their interactions are made interesting by the reason behind their summer connection. Will he be able to protect her? Will they find love with each other?

I liked how each story was separate and how they all took place around the same time and in the same location. All the stories were easy to read and follow. Even though they stories were short the relationships of the main characters were believable and enjoyable!

I gave this book 5/5 stars as each story was good on its own and all the stories together made for a great read!

I would like to thank NetGalley and the publisher for the copy of this book I enjoyed reading. I gave an honest review based on my opinion of what I read.

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