Wrapped in a Rainbow

It would be Kristy Lipton s ultimate fantasy to escape the drudgery of the current Canadian winter and flee to a tropical island When she is unexpectedly offered just this opportunity by her two best friends, she is hesitant Kristy is not frivolous she is an attractive young woman who is accustomed to a structured, stable life When unforeseen circumstances put a damperIt would be Kristy Lipton s ultimate fantasy to escape the drudgery of the current Canadian winter and flee to a tropical island When she is unexpectedly offered just this opportunity by her two best friends, she is hesitant Kristy is not frivolous she is an attractive young woman who is accustomed to a structured, stable life When unforeseen circumstances put a damper on Kristy s well laid out plans Kristy decides to quit her job, leave her family and a boyfriend behind to take a temporary position in the Bahamas Within hours of arriving in beautiful Nassau on New Providence Island Kristy meets the incredibly handsome and carefree Dave of Dave and Ken s Parasailing Although his arrogant behaviour turns her off initially, Kristy surprisingly finds herself agreeing to go out with him They end up having a sensational first date, but is Dave everything he appears to be Definitely not Is Kristy everything he assumes her to be Definitely not
Wrapped in a Rainbow It would be Kristy Lipton s ultimate fantasy to escape the drudgery of the current Canadian winter and flee to a tropical island When she is unexpectedly offered just this opportunity by her two best

  • Title: Wrapped in a Rainbow
  • Author: Delyse Rodrigues-Trink
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Wrapped in a Rainbow”

    1. Kristy is becoming very dissatisfied with her life and her boyfriend. She feels like there should be more, so when her best friends ask her to go to the Caribbean as the husbands secretary & companion to his pregnant wife, what’s not to like? Once there she meets David, who comes on to here, in a very degrading way. Through ups & downs, their love develops. It’s a really good, fairytale romance. Easy reading, lots of action.

    2. Nope. I will not. I absolutely will not. Can you imagine a friend telling you to just let it slide when you bring up the very critical question of what you're gonna do when the vacation job she's proposing ends in a few months? Not a friend I would want.

    3. This story was okay, but was too heavy on the descriptions. I don't need to know every detail of every piece of furniture in the room.

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