Rainbow Cottage

Rainbow Cottage When she meets her grandmother and family for the first time Sheila Ainslee is loved and cared for like never before So she is totally unprepared for her spiteful and vindictive cousin Jacqueline wh

  • Title: Rainbow Cottage
  • Author: Grace Livingston Hill
  • ISBN: 9780842357319
  • Page: 461
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • When she meets her grandmother and family for the first time, Sheila Ainslee is loved and cared for like never before So she is totally unprepared for her spiteful and vindictive cousin Jacqueline, who does all she can to humiliate Sheila and drive her away from her newfound family But one of Jacqueline s schemes goes too far, and suddenly Sheila must fight for her very lWhen she meets her grandmother and family for the first time, Sheila Ainslee is loved and cared for like never before So she is totally unprepared for her spiteful and vindictive cousin Jacqueline, who does all she can to humiliate Sheila and drive her away from her newfound family But one of Jacqueline s schemes goes too far, and suddenly Sheila must fight for her very life .

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    About “Grace Livingston Hill

    • Grace Livingston Hill

      also wrote under the pseudonym Marcia MacDonaldalso published under the name Grace Livingston Hill LutzA popular author of her day, she wrote over 100 novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction Her characters were most often young female ing nues, frequently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the story.



    633 thoughts on “Rainbow Cottage

    • Rainbow CottageGrace L HillThere are 2 huge reasons why i really like reading Grace's books. One I mentioned in all my reviews-- it is the spiritual application that is so greatly described and so vivid that you want to be there and experience it yourself.The second reason is that she lived and wrote about the era when evolution first came out and was spoiling people's minds and lives. Her books are right between a strict Victorian and spoiled contemporary romance. It brings a breath of fresh ai [...]


    • I started out not liking this very much. I thought the opening wasn't as good as it could have been. I was mistaken. It was perfect for this book. The message was presented perfectly all throughout this book. GLH did an amazing job with the spiritul content in this book and I found myself re-reading portions sevral times, just to make sure I cought all she had to say on the matter. Espechilly her thoughts on Shela paying her back.


    • I think this was my favorite Grace Livingston Hill so far! I fell in love with the house, Rainbow Cottage, and the grandmother, Mrs. Ainslee. :)


    • Hott Synopsis:Grandmother Ainslee is still distraught that her son ran off under mysterious circumstances and married a cabaret singer all of those years ago but when the mysterious and orphaned young Sheila appears on her doorstep she’s shocked. How on earth did a cabaret singer raise a daughter sweeter and lovelier than any other?Something mysterious is going on though. Sheila is being hounded by one of her father’s goons and neither she nor Grandmother can figure out why.Visit this sweet [...]


    • A wonderful, beautiful Christian fiction read. This is a highly recommended book.I chose this writing because I have always loved grace Livingston Hills books. I would remit I would recommend this book to anyone who loves good clean Christian fiction with mystery thrown in for good measure. I love the way things get resolved in the end. You don’t find reading in words this way as much anymore and I love the style of reading. There is something charming about the rags to riches stories that Gra [...]


    • Any of the Grace Livingston Hill Books, and I've read all but 2 of her 100 plus books, were read well over ten years ago. Most I remember them being uplifting having good things happening out of bad situations. Also that any references to the Bible were spot on. I was frequently surprised in story lines that almost all of them were set in the 20's until I learned more about the Author and that it was the era that she lived in. Which brought on a different perspective on reading her books as thou [...]


    • I found this book while wandering the library. I was curious as to why there was such a collection of Ms. Hill's books, given that most of them (including this one) lacked covers and in general there is not a lot of fiction from the 1930s in the library. Were these books so special, that the library would continue to circulate them after all these years? After looking on , it seems it is a depression-era Christian romance novel. So. I'll post a review when I'm done!


    • I honestly don't know why I like this one. The main character is so frigging spineless - maybe because she's been somewhat abused/neglected - but dear god is she a simp. There's something nice about it, though, the grandma taking her in and giving her a beautiful home and meeting the handsome strangeryou know. It's pretty fluff and I like it.


    • Never disappointedYou can never go wrong with a GLH story. This was another great read. Heroines and heroes may not always have depth of character, but they always come through with integrity of character. Wish we could go back to this era.


    • One of my favorites from Grace Livingston Hill this was a re-read, but wonderful again, as always! Lovely romance, with a Christian message, and beautiful imagery.2-26-16 Once again easily one of my favorites. A fairy tale for sure, but a fun one to read.


    • Five stars!!!!!I love GHL books especially the romance this one is a great book! It isn't as romancey as I like but Sheila is a strong independent girl and this is definitely a favorite!


    • I think this book was meant to try to turn someone to God. The underlying story was very interesting. The preaching didn't bother me but I can see how it would be too much for some people. Overall not a bad story about redemption and God's grace and protection.



    • I always love her stories even if they are quaint and outdated. The moral and lessons in them is always aplicable to today's life.


    • This was a quick, cute little read about a girl looking for family and meaning in life. She finds that and more in this romantic tale.






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