Rainbow's End

Rainbow's End

Book - 2006
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Juliet Crawford is in love. In love with life, in love with music, and in love with Paris - the city where her dreams are meant to come true. Those dreams lie in tatters when Juliet loses an all-important conducting competition, and her ambition to lead one of the world's greatest orchestras seems destined to remain unfulfilled.

Her despair is lifted when world-famous maestro Alexander Stoltze and his dashing young protégé Karel Haken personally praise Juliet's conducting style. Yet Karel's interest in her is not purely professional.

Her heart stolen, and then broken, Juliet seeks comfort from her friends back in Edinburgh, each of them, like her, facing not only the ups and downs of strong competition, but also the gruelling demands of life itself. With love and laughter they draw strength and support from one another and success is within Juliet's grasp. But is it possible to have everything?

Publisher: London : Hodder and Stoughton, 2006.
ISBN: 9780340839065
Characteristics: 386 p.


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