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Author Delyse Rodrigues grew up in Greenfield Park, Quebec where she got her CEGEP diploma in Commerce at Dawson College. She had just finished one year at McGill University majoring in Economics when her family decided to move to Ontario. After moving with them she switched her career path to the medical field.She trained as an x-ray technologist and worked in that occupation for about ten years. Since then she has co-owned and operated a family business, done bookkeeping, and worked in retail. She has enjoyed writing short stories and poetry since her high school days. She always wanted to try writing a romance novel and Wrapped in a Rainbow is that accomplishment. Her next book is in a very different genre; it is more in the style of a Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew-type of mystery story (but with a bit of romance!)
So I was on the fence about my opinion about this book…I went back and forth between it being a 2 star or a 3 star until I read this: “Just as David had suspected, the villa’s... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
A can't put down read that had a nice amount of cliff hangers, HAPPY, sad, excitement, etc.
A great way to spend a cold winter day.
Thanks for a good book.
This book by all means is not bad. It is just simply not good. Following the norm as most romances do makes you see the ending of the almost immediately. Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by HappyLIlreader
I could easily see, feel and hear the vivid descriptions of the surroundings as well as feeling the emotional aspects of the characters in this book by Ms. Trink. Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Potter Bucky
The dialogue from this book made me laugh out loud. I agree with another reviewer that I had to check the date to see when the book was written and was shocked that it was from... Read morePublished on October 17, 2011 by LCD
This could have been a sweet book. Perhaps an editor would have helped, or even a proofreader.
I'm going to guess the author has never heard of using contractions for... Read more
I mostly enjoyed this book. It seemed a little unbelieveable, and some of the conversations was definitely stilted. Read morePublished on October 7, 2011 by Star
I never got past the first chapter. Awkward dialogue, stilted writing. Big info dump in the form of a "talking to myself in the mirror" scene within the first couple of pages. Read morePublished on October 1, 2011 by StacyJo
Well, I thought this was kind of a sweet story, but very, very unbelievable, more like wishful thinking than anything that might be probable. Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Frances Jessop