Variation on a Theme

New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky enthralls millions of readers with emotionally powerful stories that vividly demonstrate the heart s, power to love Here, first published in 1984, is an unforgettable story of a woman who must discover who she is before she can give herself to the man she loves.Although he d already heard a great deal about Rachel Busek,New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky enthralls millions of readers with emotionally powerful stories that vividly demonstrate the heart s, power to love Here, first published in 1984, is an unforgettable story of a woman who must discover who she is before she can give herself to the man she loves.Although he d already heard a great deal about Rachel Busek, nothing prepared Jim Guthrie for the beautiful flutist s gentle grace A rough hewn private investigator, Jim is nearly overwhelmed with the urge to love and protect her And Rachel is both amazed and delighted at the ease with which Jim slips into her life Yet as quick passion gives way to leisurely love, Rachel finds herself holding back Troubling pieces of her past remain a mystery even to her, and keep her from trusting her heart Now, she must either discover the truth about her past or risk losing the first man in her life worth keeping.
Variation on a Theme New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky enthralls millions of readers with emotionally powerful stories that vividly demonstrate the heart s power to love Here first published in is

  • Title: Variation on a Theme
  • Author: Barbara Delinsky Billie Douglass
  • ISBN: 9780671468279
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Variation on a Theme”

    1. Great RomanceI've never read a bad book by Barbara Delinsky. She incorporated some mystery in this book and it was enjoyable reading.

    2. I've read quite a few books by this author and by and large enjoyed them very much. By the time I'd read the first few pages of this one I was flipping to the front to see when it was published. No surprise to see it was in the mid-80's, as it felt very dated. This is a far cry from The Vineyard, Lake News, Heart of the Night, Family Tree In some ways it's refreshing and encouraging to see to what extent relationships have changed - the shy young ethereal thing drawn inexorably to the more primi [...]

    3. This is an early book by Barbara Delinsky and hadn't reached her full potential at thie time, I think. It was an interesting story and worth reading, but lacked the charm and intriguing situations of her later books. She now developes characters with more depth and more gripping stories. Still, I did enjoy Rachel and Jim's journey.

    4. My cover has a black "flute" and yellow rose on it. Not sure if that could be a real flute but it's intriguing. The insta love thing was annoying. Good start but it definitely bogged downI skipped thrudid seem dated to me.

    5. I didn't actually read this book, I gave up after 57 sappy pages. Terrible. Feels like a 15 yr old wrote it.

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