Finding the Rainbow : Chilton Crosse

  • by Traci Borum
  • Narrated by Nancy Peterson
  • Series: Chilton Crosse
  • 9 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Holly Newbury's life is on hold in the cozy English village of Chilton Crosse. While her friends are marrying, having children, and embarking on successful careers, Holly is raising her three younger sisters and working part time at the village art gallery. Her life feels incomplete, but family is more important to her than anything. Then a film crew's arrival galvanizes the community, and Holly becomes fast friends with Fletcher Hays, the movie's love-shy American writer.
The production of an Emma film isn't the only drama in town, though. Their father makes a choice that threatens everything she gave up her dreams for. Holly's sisters endure growing pains. And Fletcher plans to return to America as soon as filming is over, ruining any chance of their relationship blossoming further. After years of sacrificing for others, Holly must find the courage to take a risk on a future she never dared to expect.

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A Modern Day Jane Austen

Would you listen to Finding the Rainbow again? Why?

Yes I would listen to it again. I liked the way the author included quotes from "Emma" and Jane Austen. The story was a good spin of Emma but with a modern twist. I loved the way the girls came together to help their father heal after living for six years in pain after their mother died.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Finding the Rainbow?

When Holly was explaining Emma's role and suddenly realized that her life was actually imitating Emma's life and she was able to find Fletcher.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not an extreme reaction but I did laugh in some places. such as the description of Rascal's antics.


Any additional comments?

the story took a long time to get to the point but it was not boring. the author was able to weave the lives of all of the citizens of the town as well as the movie set people into the story and still stayed true to Holly and Fletcher's story. I liked how she brought the father's love story into the picture.
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Sweet Contemporary Romance

This audiobook was enjoyable to listen. The story was captivating. A friendship that develops slowly and blossoms into something more.

Holly had to give up her life 6 years before to come home and help her father raise her sisters. She puts her dreams on pause.

Fletcher is a sweet Texan writer than ends up in a small village called Chilton Crosse. He comes in with a crew to film "Emma" from Jane Austen.

Holly starts a book meet weekly and after meeting Fletcher invites him to their gatherings. She decides they should read Emma and he would make a great guest speaker.

Holly goes through a lot taking care of her sisters. Then out of a sudden her Dad drops a major revelation that could change everything.

Fletcher and Holly's friendship develops slowly and when he finishes the movie he has plans to go back to Texas.

The narrator did a great Job bringing the story to life.

The conclusion is nice. It wraps up the story well.

This audiobook was provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.
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- Adriana B "Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything. - Plato"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-21-2016
  • Publisher: Red Adept Publishing, LLC