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Ragged Rainbows

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  249 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Mitch Prescott was Shay Kendall's savior. He'd bought her mother's mansion on the Washington coast, a financial albatross that Shay couldn't handle. And now he offered her true financial independence--a dream as seductive as Mitch himself. All she had to do was help him write an expose on her mother, a former Hollywood star.

It felt disloyal, even though her mother would ne...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published April 15th 2013 by Harlequin (first published June 1st 1986)
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Patricia Solla
An interesting tale of a young woman who is the daughter of a famous actress who becomes involved with the brother of her friend who is moving into town. The young woman is involved with a series of events that lead her to befriend the brother not knowing that he is a writer who writes biographical stories about killers and drug lords. The man pitches to his agent about writing about the actress and then gets the daughter to trust him enough to help him write the book. There's a lot of action go...more
I was without a book on a trip, so I stopped at Target and bought this one, knowing that Linda Lael Miller usually delivers a good read. However, I was abysmally disappointed in this one. Rather than Ragged Rainbows, it should have been titled "Sex with Shay" since that's about all you got. The characters were like paper doll cutouts, no depth. In fact, the whole book seemed more like an outline than a finished work. Then I looked to see when it had been copyrighted and found that it had been wr...more
Adriana Fogaça
Ragged Rainbows.
Promessas do Arco-Íris.
Linda Lael Miller.
H. C. P. Sucessos 23.

Acredito que o maior problema é que não me apaixonei pelo mocinho. Por esse motivo não consegui gostar tanto do livro. Apesar de ter muitos bons personagens que não foram explorados.

Devo admitir que além de Mitch, outra coisa me desagradou, senti que em alguns trechos o texto ficou solto, principalmente no que diz respeito à vida e a obra do mocinho, não adianta, o personagem na minha opinião não foi bem descri...more
Sandy Forman-Johnson
this ws a 2 for one that the second story was like reading through cement. so glad I'm done with the book.
Kathy Guy

Good book enjoyed the book like reading her books
looking forward to seeing more of her books out.
She's the best.
This is definitely an 80s romance. I always laugh how books from the 80s have to include a scene with the main female character pointing out she's a "modern" woman. I did think that overall the story was still interesting to read now, 30 years after it was written.
Beach read. I usually love her books...but this one seemed too forced. The characters never really developed any depth, in my opinion. I'm still a fan, though.
Janet Horton
Good love story, and a story about coming to terms with a dysfunctional childhood. In the end, a good "feel-good" story. Good reading.
Cherie Reeves
Disappointing. Not much depth to the story. Jumped into bed together after knowing each other 4 days. Not one of her best
full of argument and brawl but I enjoyed reading it back to back. it's fictional but interesting...
Light and fluffy - which I like in between more serious reading.
Lisa Currier
Typical romance, however, well written & entertaining.
Didn't think t was too bad. Not the worst or the best.
Sep 27, 2012 Carole rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Anyone
The dynamics were really interesting.
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