Book Review: Rainbows End in Ferry Lane Market by Nicola May

Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review Rainbows End in Ferry Lane Market by Nicola May


39-year-old Glanna Pascoe – also known as ‘the Rainbow Painter’ – runs the Hartmouth Gallery in Ferry Lane Market in Cornwall. She is just getting her head and broken heart around being single, childless, and sober when Cupid flies in, shooting arrows all over the place.

Meeting the mysterious and fascinating Isaac Benson, famous local artist, and recluse, allows Glanna’s disillusioned heart and attitude to soften, and she begins to learn more about herself than she ever thought possible. Confused by her growing feelings for Isaac, Glanna throws herself into organising a life-drawing class at her gallery, using both male and female nudes – and setting local tongues wagging.

A theft from her gallery and the return of ex-love Oliver Trueman cause Glanna to wonder if a pot of gold will be appearing at the end of her rainbow. And will it bring her the happiness, she has sought for so long?


This is Book 3 in Nicola May’s latest series and what a cracking third installment it is, although it can be read as a standalone.

I enjoyed meeting the new characters of Ferry Lane Market as well as catching up with old favourites. It was a lovely read that I thoroughly enjoyed. A perfect escape read.

I am absolutely loving the series and look forward to reading more.

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