Promise Me A Rainbow by Cheryl Reavis

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“ . . . a delicately crafted, eminently satisfying romantic fiction. Reavis works magic . . . ” – Publishers WeeklyTwo lonely people, scarred by betrayal and tragedy, believe that love is lost to them forever…Deserted by her husband because she couldn’t have children, Catherine Holben has thrown herself into her job counseling pregnant teens. Catherine is still recovering from the pain of her divorce, but her life is changed forever when she makes a purchase in a quaint curio shop. She meets handsome, hardworking Joe D’Amaro, a widower and father of three, and his daughter, Fritz. But Joe needs help with Fritz, a seven-year-old dynamo. She’s a precocious but headstrong little girl who’s impossible to resist., and he is too proud to admit it.Joe and Catherine are cautious about making a commitment to each other. They both know the joy and heartache of falling in love, but are they willing to risk being together despite their misgivings? Neither can ignore the love that quickly blossoms between them. Maybe they can have a wonderful life together . . . if only Joe’s still-grieving older daughter, Della, will accept a new woman in her father’s life. True love versus reality. Can Catherine handle his ready-made family? Or is there more in store for her than she thinks?A four-time RITA winner and a three-time RITA finalist, Cheryl Reavis is the author of acclaimed romance novels including A Crime of the Heart, which was condensed in Good Housekeeping magazine. Visit her on Facebook, read her blog, Writing Life,, and follow her on Twitter @sCRibblercheryl.

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Reavis also writes under the name of Cinda Richards. She is a former public health nurse.
Published May 21, 2012 by Bell Bridge Books. 276 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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