Gillian has been Kate's best friend for years and really felt more like a part of her family growing up than in her own at times. Gillian has returned to Rainbow's End to spend time with Kate and to also take a break from reality and trying to figure out what she is going to do with her life as life as she has known for years is over. Gillian was not counting on befriending a man, much less a man who rides a motorcycle. T.J. was not planning to stay in this little town, much less at a Christian resort as he has one purpose, finish Deb's bucket list. However, as T.J. and Gillian's paths cross and they find themselves at Rainbow's End, they find themselves enjoying each other's company and also find themselves following their hearts in projects, feeling happier than they have felt in awhile.
I really enjoyed this story and spending this time with T.J, Gillian and the other characters whom I loved in the previous 2 books in this series. T.J. and Gillian both have healing to do in their lives and Rainbow's End seems to be the perfect place for them, along with a few nudges from Greg and Kate as they work with the teens in Firefly Valley and become involved in town. This and adding in another love interest for Gillian definitely adds a little spice to the story and kept me turning pages as fast as I could! I highly recommend this book, but be sure to read the other books in this series as well as their stories tie in and build in each novel.
*Thanks to the Revell Reads Program for the complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.*
Kristie -- I'm so glad you enjoyed your time at Rainbow's End. Don't you wish it were a real place? Thanks so much for taking the time to read, review and recommend my books. I appreciate it!ReplyDelete