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Shades of The Rainbow
by Bonita M Quesinberry   

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Publisher:  Waltsan Publishing ISBN-10:  1930430469 Type: 


Copyright:  Spring 2000-2003

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A realistic Christian romance even men are reading! Available on CD requiring no special reader.

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Who is she? Translator Karen LaNeé Jackson is not sure, despite a familiar face in cold reflection. Is her fiancé really her brother? In an instant her well-ordered life coils into poisonous illusions striking Karen with venomous nightmares threatening a cancerous abyss. Ignoring her pleas, Karen's mother evades and her father, if indeed he is, attacks like a raging bull: as though publisher William Johann Norrbin were the red cape.

Bill coming back into Karen's life sets off disturbing dreams, visions frighteningly convoluted. Her one certainty is that any decision she makes now might result in losing Bill or her beloved family forever—or worse, both. Then portended gunshots explode into a dark parking lot's reality: Bill is unconscious, Karen is terrified by all the blood, and George is rushed to the hospital as well. Will anyone be left alive IF Karen does marry Bill and/or IF the truth is at last revealed? Worse, will Karen's sanity remain intact? Fortunately, a friend’s advice strengthens Karen during her trek upon a rocky, agonizing path of discovery: “Love is every shade of the rainbow, and no color at all.”

"Shades of the Rainbow" arches high over Seattle's majestic snowcapped peaks down to Puget Sound's rocky shores. It promisingly spans Washington's emerald isles and the City of Lights' crowning jewel, the Space Needle. Bill’s family welcomes Karen with open arms. George runs Bill off his property before he's even introduced to the man. But, George Jackson adamantly declares, "I am NOT a bigot! End of discussion." Frustratingly, Karen's mother Betty agrees with her husband. Nevertheless, Karen senses lies, secrets and danger amidst Mom and Dad's heated denials: the only two people that can tell Karen who she is—really.


"Love is every shade of the rainbow, and no color at all." ~~And we all should remember and apply this to everyone.

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Heartfelt, Good to curl up with. 5-STARS
Tracy Eastgate, one of's top 50 reviewers. This "Shades of the Rainbow" review for Word Museum, Word Weaving, Under the Covers, Buzzy, Barnes & Noble, and

SHADES OF THE RAINBOW is a heartfelt story that covers issues some couples have to deal with in today's society. This author has done a great job in portraying love and magic and also the heartbreak and pain of relationships. She deals with the need for honest communication between people, not just couples, but parents and children also. This is a good book for those who love to curl up with a good romance story and relax.

Sweet Ecstasy to Despair! 5-STARS
Bob Elmatti, Florida minister.

As a man and a minister I've never read romance, but I was made aware of this story through a prayer circle in which I participate. By the fourth chapter I'd been taken from exquisite sweet ecstasy to the depths of despair and had to keep reading. In the end, I was inspired to do wonderful things for my wife, Lori. I served her with breakfast in bed that Saturday morning. The author's examples of loving things we men can do for our mates were wonderful and inspiring. I'll read romance again: IF it's by this author.

Hint of Mystery, Touch of Paranormal! 5-STARS
Kathy Boswell for Kathy's Faves and Raves, Romance and Friends.

This book was a wonderful contemporary romance with just a hint of mystery and a touch of the paranormal. I truly enjoyed reading this book by Bonita Quesinberry. I found myself turning page after page in order to find out what would happen next.

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Reader Reviews for "Shades of The Rainbow"

Reviewed by P. Michaels 6/19/2004
Bonita, I did send you a personal message to tell you how much I enjoyed this book, but I don't know if you ever received it. I'm beginning to believe that many of our messages aren't going anywhere. I know our notifications for tracking aren't going through. "Shades of the Rainbow" really kept my interest all the way through and I could hardly put it down. For awhile it had me believing that she had fallen in love with her half brother, but I kept wondering how that could be. It's a good story that's written well. I would recommend it anyone who loves reading inspirational romance. I would rate it 5-STARS also!

P. M. Eichler
Reviewed by Betty Randles 10/31/2003
Betty S. Randles, Washington, Sept. 2003, Rating: 5-Stars
I am a voracious reader, about 5 novels every week; and, I'm very picky about who I will read, especially enjoying a good mystery-- murder or otherwise-- with a little romance thrown into the mix. This is my first experience with Ms. Quesinberry's writing as well as the first Christian Romance I've ever read; and, I have to say that she's exceptionally good. Shades of The Rainbow not only is written true to life but also super-charged with emotion swinging from ecstasy to despair to humor and back again, all amidst an element of mystery dipped in a bit of paranormal, seasoned with alternative medicine and served up with valuable answers to life. I couldn't put the book down and cannot wait for its sequel, Dream Maker. It is well-written, moves continuously, and definitely kept me in suspense. I place this author and her book right up there among any of the number-one-best-sellers I've ever read: 5-STARS!
Reviewed by Bonita Quesinberry 10/13/2003
Cheri Murphy, The Romance Journal, 07-22-00. Rating: 5-STARS
I began this book feeling like it wouldn't be long before I wanted to tell the heroine to get on with it and make a choice. To my surprise, I was a long way into the story before I even thought about that: an indication of how well the author portrays Karen and her emotions. The heroine was the best part of this story for me. Just when Bill seems a bit too perfect, he displays frustration and impatience with the situation. The conflict and dialogue between the hero and heroine is terrific and kept me interested in a story that concentrates on characters and emotions. This was a very enjoyable read!

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