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Title:
Paint me rainbows
Author:
Michaels, Fern.
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Publication Information:
New York : Silhouette Books, [2000]

©1981
Physical Description:
248 pages ; 17 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780373483983
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

A New York Times Bestselling AuthorWith nothing but her shattered pride and wedding dress, Jill Barton flees town after the heartbreak and humiliation of being left at the altar. While a charming country retreat in Washington State offers her sanctuary, its hard-bitten owner, Logan Matthews, does not. And soon Jill realizes that nothing is safe around Logan - not her secrets, not her desires and especially not her heart.


Author Notes

Fern Michaels is the pseudonym for Mary Ruth Kuczkir. She was born on April 9, 1933, and grew up in Hasting, Pennsylvania.

Michaels is an American author of romance and thriller novels, including at least 90 bestselling books with more than 150 million copies in print. Her USA Today and New York Times bestselling books include Family Blessings, Pretty Woman, Crown Jewel, Take Down and About Face. She writes the Texas quartet, the Captive series, and The Sisterhood series.

(Bowker Author Biography) Fern Michaels has been writing novels for twenty-five years. She has written sixty-seven books, many of which have been "New York Times" bestsellers. She lives in South Carolina.

(Bowker Author Biography)


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Booklist Review

Reading vintage reprints of early books in the careers of such current best-sellers as Michaels (Holly and Ivy, 2017) is a fun trip back in time. After being left at the altar, Jill Barton gets in her car, still wearing her wedding attire, and drives until she ends up at an artist colony. The owner is demanding lawyer and painter Logan, whose chore list annoys her, even as she's attracted to him. In between cleaning bathrooms and helping in the kitchen, Jill befriends Aggie, the cook, who helps her make sense of her confusing relationship with the hot and cold Logan. Logan's strong physical approach has a different dynamic from today's romance stories, and readers will be quite taken with this passionate couple.--Amy Alessio Copyright 2018 Booklist