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    A story that will leave you in tears

    I have loved all of Ava's books and was really looking forward to Jake and Susannah's story. Personally I enjoyed that story and even though I'm not exactly very spiritual, I did like how Ava brought in God and how He creates miracles. However, I think I have to point out that for those of you who are not very into Christianity, you may feel that compared to the other books by Ava, The Promise of Rainbows is very preachy so you may want to be prepared for it. Jake is a very tortured hero who is still suffering from PTSD. The horrors of PTSD and issues that many veterans face are strongly portrayed in the story and even for a person as I who has not suffered from PTSD found tears running down my cheeks as I experienced that pain that Jake felt. I'm really glad Ava touched on this sensitive and sad but very serious issue. I also loved the way the McGuiness family come together, to support each other and just to be there for each other. I had loved John Parker in The Chocolate Garden and how he supports his sisters in The Promise of Rainbows makes me love him even more. Ava's books touches on real life issues but also makes you believe in magic again. I think everyone needs that little magic in their lives. ** I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.
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    The Promise of Rainbows

    Another incredible story around a fascinating family. Ava your stories make you believe. Can't wait for the next story.
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    story of redemption, faith and healing

    I have fallen in love with ava's dare series, and the promise of rainbows are a beautifully written book. We met Jake and Susannah previously (ava always gives us little moments to have us anticipating the next story!), and in their love story, we have the chance to "visit" with the other characters. Those scenes are always wonderful, seeing the characters again and also finding out how they continue to grow after finding their happily ever afters, and their advice for the newest couple trying to move from two separate I's to an "us." It was honest, and realistic in his depiction of Jake's post traumatic stress symptoms, counselling sessions, and how his symptoms leave him feeling about himself, his future and his ability to love and be loved. It's a story of redemption, faith and healing, and finding happiness in the moments.
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    Promises of Rainbows

    With every book I have read in this series, story telling is improving with each book, is easy to read
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    The promise of thr RAinbows

    Amazing book, this book made me laugh,a d cry,.It has made me question things thar has happen in my own life ,JAke Lassiter is a singer, be writes meanful songs.Life has givenamazings0ngsto sing meanful words and play guitar,IT isa soulsearching and magnificant . Youfell the characiushrheir pain,therejoy,and sadness,||A brautiful wrirren book ."love every page, i justcouldn"tstop reading.
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