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Book Reviews of Touchstone

Author: Dinah McCall, Sharon Sala
ISBN-13: 9780061087028
ISBN-10: 0061087025
Publication Date: 11/1/1999
Pages: 400
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 61 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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9 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

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Wonderful. Very touching
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Very real characters and engaging story.
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Love heals-After Rachel is hurt. The man she left. Comes to her rescue. I love Dinah McCall. She never feels to write a really good story.
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Without a doubt one of the best reads for me. It was so good I could not put it down.
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First off, the name Houston Bookout was too ridiculous to take seriously, lol. And his character was much too wimpy for my tastes. Rachel's good fortune when she decides to run off to New York with next to no money, and no friends and family to speak of, was too coincidental and too convenient. I quickly lost interest in the storyline and chucked it after about 60 pages.
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from the back:
Leaving her hometown Of Mirage, Texas, Is the hardest decision Rachel Austin has ever made. But after losing her parents, and then her family home, staying would be to painful. Leaving though, means saying goodbye to Houston Bookout and the magnificant love they have shared since childhood... a love that for the first time nis not enough...

Alone in New York, Rachel has the breakthrough of a life time. Rocketing to the top of the modeling world, she soon has money and fame beyound her wildest dreams. Life is prefect-until she discovers that all the attention can erase her lonley longing.
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Sharon Sala writing as Dinah McCall.--Leaving her hometown of Mirage, Tx, is the hardest decision Rachel Austin has ever made. But after losing her parents, and then her family's home, staying would be too painful. Alone in New York City, with little more than her breathtaking half-Cherokee beauty, Rachel get the break of a lifetime.
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A Contemporary Romance
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Different cover - same ISBN
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