Finding the Rainbow

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Red Adept Publishing, LLC, Mar 10, 2015 - Fiction - 290 pages
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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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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
18
Section 3
25
Section 4
34
Section 5
42
Section 6
51
Section 7
59
Section 8
69
Section 20
159
Section 21
168
Section 22
177
Section 23
186
Section 24
193
Section 25
199
Section 26
208
Section 27
216

Section 9
76
Section 10
83
Section 11
89
Section 12
98
Section 13
106
Section 14
114
Section 15
122
Section 16
128
Section 17
133
Section 18
142
Section 19
153
Section 28
221
Section 29
232
Section 30
239
Section 31
244
Section 32
252
Section 33
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Section 34
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Section 35
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Section 36
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About the author (2015)

Traci Borum is a writing teacher and native Texan. She’s also an avid reader of women’s fiction, most especially Elin Hilderbrand and Rosamunde Pilcher novels. Since the age of 12, she’s written poetry, short stories, magazine articles, and novels.

Traci also adores all things British. She even owns a British dog (Corgi) and is completely addicted to Masterpiece Theater–must be all those dreamy accents! Aside from having big dreams of getting a book published, it’s the little things that make her the happiest: deep talks with friends, a strong cup of hot chocolate, a hearty game of fetch with her Corgi, and puffy white Texas clouds always reminding her to “look up, slow down, enjoy your life.”

 

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