Book Reviews of Chasing Rainbow

Chasing Rainbow
Chasing Rainbow
Author: Sue Civil-Brown
ISBN-13: 9780380800605
ISBN-10: 0380800608
Publication Date: 2/1/1999
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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A no-nonsense geologist who doesn't believe in superstitions falling in love with an adorable young psychic named Rainbow Moonglow.

Rainbow, you see, was born in a commune in the 1970s; her mother was into free love and doesn't know who the father was, but is still strict with her grown daughters'morals. And its a tossup who has the craziest uncle, Rainbow or her beau.

The minor characters are a scream: the red-haired psychic/mother who wears purple because her spirit guide told her to; the retired Colonel who believes his military training can handle anything, including ectoplasm; the flirty ex-CIA agent with his goofy T-shirts; minor league mobsters; grandmothers who are hell on wheels on their motorbikes; playful spooks who play tricks on the living; and an assortment of colorful, crazy retirees in the Florida condo community.
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Cute book. Easy read and full of really crazy characters. Fun read for a rainy saturday!!!!
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A no-nonsense geologist who doesn't believe in superstitions falling in love with an adorable young psychic named Rainbow Moonglow.
Rainbow has a special talent for sensing the unknowing. And when she is called into look at a haunted building where many senior citizens live, she doesn't know what she is getting herself into. Jake Carpenter is too logical and scientific for words. When he is voted president of the association and 'stuck' with Rainbow and a haunted building, little does he know the fun is just beginning.
Rainbow, you see, was born in a commune in the 1970s; her mother was into free love and doesn't know who the father was, but is still strict with her grown daughters'morals. And its a tossup who has the craziest uncle, Rainbow or her beau.

The minor characters are a scream: the red-haired psychic/mother who wears purple because her spirit guide told her to; the retired Colonel who believes his military training can handle anything, including ectoplasm; the flirty ex-CIA agent with his goofy T-shirts; minor league mobsters; grandmothers who are hell on wheels on their motorbikes; playful spooks who play tricks on the living; and an assortment of colorful, crazy retirees in the Florida condo community.
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This was an interesting read. It is light and humorous. A good one to curl up with.