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At the Rainbow's End

(Rainbow Rock #2)

3.98  ·  Rating details ·  45 ratings  ·  6 reviews
AVALON Proudly Presents THE RAINBOW ROCK SERIES by Susan Aylworth

Ride the Rainbow Home (Book 1 of The Rainbow Rock Series)

When Meg Taylor returns home to Rainbow Rock, Arizona, she never expects that Little Jimmy McAllister, the son of a pig farmer, would have become Prince Charming. Nevertheless, Meg intends to stay for only a short while. Their differences are too grea

Hardcover, 192 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by Montlake Romance
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Sep 08, 2016 rated it really liked it
I am enjoying reading this series of books that is set in my home state of AZ. I liked learning more about the Navajo weaving process. One of my favorite parts of the book is when Kurt took Alexa to visit a natural spring. He said that Mormon pioneers coming to AZ from UT had left their mark. Then they mentioned that some of the engravings were recent like those made by Virgil and Bertha Howard in 1958. I couldn't believe it because that was my Great Aunt Bert and her husband. So I learned somet ...more
May 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
The Rainbow Rock series has a lot of information about the Navajo and Hopi Indians in Arizona. The characters in these books are friends with and enjoy learning about the culture of these Indians. While it is interesting, sometimes I think the author spends too much time on this. I still gave the book 5 stars because the themes of independence and interdependence are so well portrayed in the romance of this story. The characters learn that they can have a strong relationship and build a family w ...more
Mar 24, 2015 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book. I liked getting to know Kurt (and Chris) a bit better after having 'met' them in the first book of the series. I liked Alexa's character, too . . . even though there were moments I wanted to yell at her. Though, I figured out that her choices were made for specific reasons, and then I was okay with what she did.
My favourite part of the book was learning about the Navajo art of weaving. As someone who hopes to learn how to weave someday, that part of the book was absolu
You know when you're reading an older book when the documentary maker takes out his Betacam :).
The storyline was very simple: for him it's love at first sight and she wants to make her dreams of independence come true. Too simple probably, because a vast part of the book was filled with history lessons about Native American weaving; interesting, but too many research facts for a romance book.
Jan 14, 2013 rated it liked it
I read the Kindle version of this book. I liked it. It is a good book. This is the second book in the Rainbow Rock series. It tells the story of Kurt, Jim's younger brother, and the woman he falls in love with.
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Apr 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
Loved it however, I felt the ending a bit lackluster. Worth reading though;)
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Susan Aylworth loves books, poems, plays, words in almost all polite forms, and good raspberry jam. Her first book, started when she was nine, "was a rip-off of Black Beauty. I wrote eight whole pages." For her fifth grade career day, she stated her ambition to become "a rich and famous author." Decades later, she is pleased to have achieved the 'author' part of that goal.

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