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Finding the Rainbow (Chilton Crosse Book 2) by [Borum, Traci]
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Holly Newbury’s life is on hold in the cozy English village of Chilton Crosse. While her friends are marrying, having children, and embarking on successful careers, Holly is raising her three younger sisters and working part time at the village art gallery. Her life feels incomplete, but family is more important to her than anything. Then a film crew’s arrival galvanizes the community, and Holly becomes fast friends with Fletcher Hays, the movie’s love-shy American writer.

The production of an Emma film isn’t the only drama in town, though. Their father makes a choice that threatens everything she gave up her dreams for. Holly’s sisters endure growing pains. And Fletcher plans to return to America as soon as filming is over, ruining any chance of their relationship blossoming further. After years of sacrificing for others, Holly must find the courage to take a risk on a future she never dared to expect.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1103 KB
  • Print Length: 293 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Red Adept Publishing, LLC (24 March 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00UA2C272
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #234,852 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Finding the Rainbow 31 March 2015
By Katie - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
When Holly's mother died, Holly chose to remain at home to help her newly widowed father care for her younger sisters. Now, six years later, Holly is wanting to love and be loved and marry. Fletcher, a Texan, arrives in Chilton Crosse with film makers from America to make the movie "Emma," by Jane Austen. Fletcher and Holly meet and become friends, they are definitely there for one another. To celebrate the arrival of the film makers and the filming of "Emma," a book group is started in the community and it is decided the group will begin by reading and discussing, "Emma."

Welcome back to Chilton Crosse! This is the second book in a series. I was thrilled to discover so many references to "Emma" in Traci's new book. "Emma," by Jane Austen is my favorite! Yes, that's right, Emma and Mr. Knightley won out over Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett. But, I digress. At the beginning of each chapter there is a quote by Jane Austen. I liked that!

In "Finding the Rainbow," we meet new friends in Chilton Crosse and we get a glimpse into the lives of old friends as well. This story is so much about the importance of family! The Newbury family is a loving close-knit family, but changes are coming and with changes, challenges.

Holly has so many wonderful memories of her loving mother, which the author shares with the reader and I enjoyed reading each and every memory. At one point in the story, the author brought me to tears!

Make yourself a steaming cup of hot tea or chocolate, sit in a comfy chair and travel, once again, to Chilton Crosse!

A special and sincere thank-you to the author for providing me with a copy of her book in exchange for an honest review.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A book that can transport you to a different place and introduce to you new friends is just the best! To spend the day smiling 27 March 2015
By Shellie Arnold - Published on
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FABULOUS!! A book that can transport you to a different place and introduce to you new friends is just the best! To spend the day smiling, laughing and crying with them is a great way to spend the day!!! Traci Borum has her way with words. She is a master at putting together a sentence that delights all five senses! I am looking forward to her next book!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Come back and visit an old friend.... 28 March 2015
By TXMOMOF2 - Published on
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Another satisfying read by Traci Borum! Revisit Chilton Crosse; eat at Joe's Pub, stop by Noelle's art gallery, shop at Mrs. Pickering's market....It's such a pleasure to come back to this delightful village and catch up with old friends.
Holly, who we first meet in Painting the Moon, has been putting her dreams on hold for several years as she takes care of her father and sisters after the death of her mother. She knows that there is something more out there for her, but the opportunity just hasn't arrived. Then the unexpected happens with the arrival of a movie crew to film Emma by Jane Austen.
This is the 2nd book in a series, but you really don't have to read the first one to enjoy this one. It reminds me of the Mitford series by Jan Karon,where you grow to love a community and its townspeople as you read each book. It makes me want to travel to Chilton Crosse and visit all the neat places and see the lush landscape. If you are a fan of her first book, you'll appreciate getting some glimpses of Noelle and Adam several times in this book.
Holly is a very likable character and her dedication to her family is very touching. The romance is G rated and builds slowly, just as it would in a Jane Austen novel. Friendship comes first, which is always the foundation for great romances that last a lifetime. You happy endings fans will not be disappointed. *sigh* I can't wait to see who we get to learn more about in her 3rd book!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good book, but nothing incredible. 21 June 2015
By Erica Miller - Published on
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Originally posted on <a href=""> Novel Ink </a>

I definitely thought I was going to fall head over heals for this book…but that didn’t happen. But first, let’s get things straight…that doesn’t mean I didn’t like it. This book was an enjoyable contemporary, but with contemporary and romance being my go-to genre, this one just didn’t take the cake.

It was a very cute story and it ended how I thought it would (which isn’t necessarily a bad thing), but I wanted more. I didn’t really connect with the main characters, which was fairly disappointing. From the synopsis I thought I would love Holly. She seemed like such a loving character who would do anything for anyone…which in fact she was, but there was something about her (that I can not put my nose on) that just rubbed me the wrong way. I know it’s hard to say that in a review because you aren’t forewarning readers on what it might be, but hey, that happens to the best of us.

This book is a good read if you want something contemporary and some-what predictable…Like I said, it was a good book, but nothing to blow me out of the water.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful read 22 June 2015
By Donna McBroom-Theriot - Published on
I am a fan of Jane Austin and wasn't sure if I would like Finding the Rainbow or Painting the Moon. Turns out, I loved both of the books. Traci Borum is a great writer and when she puts a pen to paper, she turns out a magnificent read.

Finding the Rainbow was a book that I could not put down. I loved all of the Jane Austen quotes throughout the book. I love the story and while I would love to tell you the ending, I won't.

The setting of the book is a small town in England and the author's descriptions provide the reader with a wonder backdrop to the story. The characters are fun and loving. The small town saga reminds me a little of the Mitford series by Jan Karon. Although it is not necessary to read one book before the other, you will want to know all of the characters as they co-exist in the same town.

Finding the Rainbow is everything you expect from a fan of Jane Austin. I hope you'll read it.

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