Things aren’t looking so good for Bernadette Murphy. With the breakup of her marriage, the sudden death of her father, and the announcement of her best friend’s pregnancy, Bernadette finds herself careening toward rock bottom. So why stop short? She quits her job, gets herself banned - for life - from the mall, and goes on a late-night infomercial spending spree. To top it all off, her dog gets kicked out of obedience school - again.
Just when she thinks there’s nothing left for the universe to throw at her, she discovers the one thing she needs the most: a reminder of her father’s love. In the book of cryptograms he left behind, Bernie’s father helps guide her through the pain that’s consuming her. With each solved puzzle, her father’s encoded lessons give Bernie the courage to face life head-on. And as her father always said, "In life, you either choose to sing a rainbow, or you don’t."
For Bernie, the singing is about to begin.
©2012 Kathleen Long (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Meagan Whimsical on 06-09-15

Great, but ok...

Would you be willing to try another book from Kathleen Long? Why or why not?

Yes, because it was a good book. Not the best book ever but it good.

Did Christina Traister do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Yes, the characters were well represented.

Any additional comments?

The book was good. The characters and details could of used more work. The book is more focused on grief and her overcoming the issues she has been handed. I would of like a little more story on the relationship. However, I did love that the book was a love story fell in the romance category without being overall cheesy. However, It isn't realistic that it didn't even phase her ever to ask his name.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Stephanie E. O'Neill on 22-06-15

Honest Story, No Wow Factor

I liked this story, but it was pretty low key. I feel like it ended right when we got to the good stuff, and the most interesting plot line never got explored. Maybe there's another book? In any case, the author wrote a nice, honest drama and the narrator executed it well.

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