Jun 132013
 

Hott Synopsis:

Grandmother Ainslee is still distraught that her son ran off under mysterious circumstances and married a cabaret singer all of those years ago but when the mysterious and orphaned young Sheila appears on her doorstep she’s shocked. How on earth did a cabaret singer raise a daughter sweeter and lovelier than any other?

Something mysterious is going on though. Sheila is being hounded by one of her father’s goons and neither she nor Grandmother can figure out why.

Visit this sweet little cottage by the sea and visit with Grandmother, Sheila, some distrustful cousins, and some heroic neighbors in this summertime favorite, Rainbow Cottage.

Hott Review:

What I liked: I’ve adored this story each time I’ve read it. It’s a perfect sweet romance for an afternoon by the pool. It’s lightly suspenseful and hugely romantic. I have a relationship with my grams like these two & feel so at home when reading.
What I didn’t like: I’m still angry with the silly Jezebel.

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Author: Grace Livingston Hill
Source: Barbour Publishing, Inc. via Netgalley
Grade: A
Ages: 14+
Steam: YA

 

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  2 Responses to “Review: Rainbow Cottage”

  1. I like the cover. Makes me think of Nanny McPhee for some reason. 😉

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