Kate is on a month's vacation with her grandmother Sally to Texas to a resort where Sally has always wanted to return to. This is not quite what they both were expecting as it is has changed since Sally had visited and it does not meet up to Kate's expectations. Kate is deeply committed to her job in marketing and is on the path to making partner and she is still trying to balance her work while on vacation while also spending quality time with Sally. Greg is also at the resort while trying to figure out what his next plan is going to be after selling his company and seeking for more meaning in life. Together Greg and Kate find themselves becoming more involved in this small community and connecting with the people whom live there and both are finding meaning in their lives; however are they willing to make changes and follow their hearts?
I loved the setting of this book, the storyline and the characters. Rainbow's End sounds like such a wonderful place and I love the family feel and close-knit community that this place is a part of. Kate and Sally have a wonderful relationship and I loved their interactions as well as those with Roy and Greg. The Easter celebration was such a wonderful event for the entire community and a pivotal moment for Kate and Greg. I am looking forward to the next book in the series and revisiting this town and the people whom all live there. I loved the inclusion of the first chapter of the second book and am looking forward to learning more about Carmen's family and seeing how all of the characters' lives are changing.
*Thanks to the Revell Reads program for the complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.*