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Rainbow Beauty

Blueberry Wishes

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There’s an autumn chill in the air, but nothing can dampen Abbie’s spirits. Her family’s business – the Rainbow Beauty parlour – is a sparkling success, and spending time with her friends, Ben, Summer and gorgeous Marco is a dream.

But when a swanky new spa starts to steal their customers, the business’s fortunes come crashing down and Abbie’s family face their biggest storm yet. Can Abbie save Rainbow Beauty before it’s too late...or is this one wish too far?

272 pages, Paperback

First published October 1, 2013

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September 15, 2014
it is so amazing that this all just started with her mum selling her ring but i loved the story it was so inspiring!
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February 5, 2014
just s beatfilul feelet every emitoin from this book wouuld recommed to cathy cassdiy fans and telll them to read this because it wasome.
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April 28, 2020
I think this book is amazing to read for teenage girls . It’s an amazing story and overall an amazing teen novel . Recommend it to anyone who is feeling down or needs a little bit of a reminder that they shouldn’t give up .
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September 13, 2015
The debut to this series of books set in and around a small beauty parlour in Totnes, Peppermint Kiss, was something quite refreshing to me after a long run of duds, and I'm so pleased to see that Blueberry Wishes continues that trend. It's a lovely book, full of business-making women and girls, friends and family and romance all of which is delivered with a genuine warmth and lightness of touch.

A brief recap of the premise: following the collapse of Abbie's parents marriage, her mother and the girls - Abbie, Saff and Grace - move to Devon and open up a beauty parlour. They specialise in natural treatments, invented by Abbie who is our central focus. Her sisters Saff and Grace are training to be a beauty therapist and Alan Sugar respectively. (I love Grace so much; she's a beautiful amalgamation of entrepreneurship and sisterly sisterness).

Blueberry Wishes sees Rainbow Beauty being threatened by the opening of a new spa down the road. Coupled with this, is the threat of an increasingly avaricious landlord. Can Abbie see Rainbow Beauty through this crisis or will they have to give up and go back to London?

I like this series a lot. I like the warmth of it, and I love love love the combination of entrepreneurship and humour that it brings. Blueberry Wishes is something really quite charming indeed.
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