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It's A Marshmallow World: A Rock and Roll Fantasy (The Rock And Roll Fantasy Collection) by [Rinella, Diane]
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"I'm not giving spoilers, but I will tell you that you can never say never...EVER. I loved the feeling and underlying message this story left me with." - USA Today Bestselling Author, Jennifer Theriot

About the Author

Enjoying San Francisco as a backdrop, the ghosts in USA Today Bestselling Author Diane Rinella's one hundred and fifty-year old Victorian home augment the chorus in her head. With insomnia as their catalyst, these voices have become multifarious characters that haunt her well into the sun's crowning hours, refusing to let go until they have manipulated her into succumbing to their whims. Her experiences as an actress, business owner, artisan cake designer, software project manager, Internet radio disc jockey, vintage rock 'n' roll journalist/fan girl, and lover of dark and quirky personalities influence her idiosyncratic writing.

Product Details

  • File Size: 417 KB
  • Print Length: 86 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Midnight to Six (December 7, 2015)
  • Publication Date: December 7, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0192JX2YK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,022 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This is only the second book I've read by Diane Rinella, and I'm awed by her writing style. She has a unique voice in the writing world and her stories are interesting and different. I loved Darla and her journey. Each character is full of quirks and adds plenty of dynamic to the book. The descriptions and scenes are vivid without being overly done, and drew me right in. I love that Darla is her own person, and what I mean by that is she has her quirks, flaws, and differences, not always fitting into the mold of every day people and life. She does her thing her way and pretty much owns it. Her relationship and connection with GranGran was beautifully done!

Chris is a character who definitely showed some growth in the story. At first, I wasn't 100% sure what to make of him, but he definitely made some changes in his life, and watching these two take a chance, was heartwarming and fun. The influences Chris and Darla bring out of each other had me rooting!

Definitely interested to read the others in this series.
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You are about to enter a world that will melt your heart, remind you how vital second chances and acceptance is and more than that, Diane Rinella reminds us that death never truly takes a loved one away from us.
Darla has always danced to the beat of her own drum, with the encouragement of her Gram; she nurtured her free spirit in life. When she saw Chris at the regular hang out, she was interested and accepted his request for a date.
That first date was anything but what she had hoped for or expected. On the verge of writing him off, she was guided to follow her heart and see where it leads.
It’s a Marshmallow World brings warm feelings to the reader as you go through Chris and Darla’s journey. The memories that never die, the happiness we all search for and the moment when the odd ball finds someone to connect with and feel acceptance.
Diane Rinella gives the readers a perfect holiday gift with this book. Her books are always rich with messages, inspiration and love. Make sure you check it out and open your heart to receive the beauty of this story.
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Some people are born to conform to the world and work within it and others are free spirits who just shine. It often takes a lot of courage to go against the flow and be exactly who you are. Darla inherited her independent streak from her Grangran, a quirky bohemian with a supernatural side, who always encouraged Darla to do what comes naturally. She lived life to the fullest until her death at the grand young age of 92, setting Darla on a course to do things her way. Others aren’t so lucky to have such a “bad” influence.

Years later while hanging out on a typical Friday night with her best girlfriends at their soon-to-be-trendy usual favorite bar, Darla meets Chris, a super hot guy without the usual cheesy pick up lines. He piques her interest, but after their first date goes sour, with him doing all the things guaranteed1 to tick her off, she is ready to write him off. That is, until Grangran intervenes.

This was a delightful Christmas read. Though it is short it is filled with wonderful characters and a story, with such brilliant undertones, that you hope won’t ever end.
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A great story with quirky but awesome characters that grab you from the start. I was so into this story I didn't want it to end. There was so much more I wanted to know about what and where these characters were going to end up. Hope to find out in the next book!
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This story is a heartwarming look at a quirky girl named Darla who dances to her own tune - always true to herself. She has a great group of girlfriends, an amazing family, including her Gram Gram, who I want to be like (this lady colors outside the lines and I loved that) but the one thing that's missing is that special 'someone' in Darla's life.
Enter Chris. A chance meeting at a local bar seemingly has Darla thinking he's the one for her, but on their first date, an unexpected cocky attitude emerges. Darla eighty sixes the date, of course. Are do-overs possible? Do spirits from the past give Darla that subtle nudge to not give up on him? I'm not giving spoilers, but I will tell you that you can never say never...EVER. I loved the feeling and underlying message this story left me with.
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I read this book straight through in one sitting. It's that good! Now, I look forward to revisiting these characters in 'Voices Carry' so I can find out what happens next in their lives.
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It's a Marshmallow World is a beautifully-written, powerful story. Darla has been raised in a family that encouraged her to exercise her free will, to be and become whatever she wants. She had the loving guidance of not only her parents, but her grandmother, whose love and wisdom and life lessons continued for Darla, even after her death. When Darla meets Chris, she sees something special in him, and is excited about their first date. When he shows a side of himself she doesn't like, she's ready to write him off. But with her grandmother's influence, she gives him a second chance, and discovers a man who is trying to find himself, given his strict Baptist upbringing. She begins to understand just how privileged she was that she didn't have to conform to others' ideas, and realizes that Chris's life has been the complete opposite of hers in that respect. Through Darla, Chris is discovering himself. And as Darla discovers more about Chris, she grows in understanding and compassion. What drives these two to be together has much to do with their desire to be the best they can be, for themselves and for each other. The author did a wonderful job of developing the characters, and in relatively few pages, she gave us a rich and fully-developed story that (okay, I'm going to say it, I'm going to go all cliché here) warmed my heart. A great read for any season!
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