Returning back to Rainbow’s End in Amanda Cabot’s Texas Crossroads series, our previous main characters Greg and Kate have been a boon to the local economy. They have brought in Marisa, the daughter of their chef Carmen, to be their business manager. Marisa comes back to the town where she is known as the daughter of the town drunk. Enter author Blake Kendall and you have a start of another romance in the Texas hill country. However, just like in the first book we have a secondary romance as well which did take me by surprise. This book, by the cover anyway, looks like a peaceful place to go, but dealing with such issues as anger, unforgiveness, and mistrust has our characters always on edge. Throw in the fall-out of an alcoholic and missing father, deeper issues are then touched upon. The third book having been set up nicely, is one in which I look forward to reading so that I can return to Rainbow’s End resort. I received a copy for review from Revell Publishing and the opinions are my own.
Link to my review of Amanda Cabot's At Bluebonnet Lake: