Ann Ulrich Miller
Where Love and Light Converge...
Struck down by her fiancé’s death in
Iraq, and now the loss of her long-suffering mother, a young woman searches for
the meaning of life.
Hoping to discover answers to her father’s death 22 years prior, Juniper Sutton
leaves Kansas for the Rocky Mountains. Converted from a hunting resort, the
Rainbow Majestic Lodge now caters to light workers and Juniper agrees to manage
the lodge’s new gift shop for her Aunt Rosalee.
Two men employed by her aunt capture Juniper’s heart while she is thrust into a
new way of thinking and encounters extraordinary people and ideas. But Gena
Sutton Howard, Juniper’s first cousin, sets herself up from the beginning to
challenge Juniper every step of the way. However, Gena’s psychic ability
uncovers something she’d rather not know about the young woman from Kansas, and
the lodge’s dark secrets begin to spill out -- even to the point of murder.
in the Eric Hoffer Book Awards 2015
“In Rainbow Majesty, Ann Ulrich Miller has masterfully woven richly drawn
characters, suspense, love and self-discovery into a captivating story. Readers
for whom this is an introduction to spirituality can understand its presence in
their own lives through the characters’ experiences, and already enlightened
readers will applaud the clarity of universal truths throughout this greatly
enjoyable book.” -- Suzanne Ward, author of Matthew, Tell Me about Heaven and
other Matthew Books
“Ann Ulrich Miller weaves a fascinating tale of love and hate, light and
darkness into a rich fabric of human life in all its roller-coaster aspects. She
takes us on an alternately gentle and rough ride across the golden rolling
prairies of Kansas into the green majestic grandeur of her beloved Colorado
Rockies. I read the whole book in just two nights -- that’s how riveted I was by
this powerful story. It’s a tale to be treasured and savored for many years.”
John Cali, author and channel of Conversations with Spirit
“A captivating, page-turning story of intrigue and romance. The combination of
mystery, love and the holistic world of metaphysics makes this a delightful and
exciting book.” -- Judith Horky, author of EarthShift and Soul Shift: 2012 and
5-1/2 x 8-1/2, 280 pages
Fiction • Romantic Suspense
|Ann Ulrich Miller’s favorite genre is
romantic suspense. She writes novels for both adults and young people,
with most of her writing reflecting her search for a higher purpose in
life. Rainbow Majesty is a tribute to the years she spent
with her soul mate in the Colorado mountains near Paonia, and the Rainbow
Majestic Lodge was inspired by Electric Mountain Lodge, located 18 miles
north of that town.
page-turning story of intrigue and romance. The beautiful setting of
Majestic Mountain comes alive with Ann Ulrich Miller's graphic
descriptions. Her characters allow the reader to visualize them and feel
as though they know them well. The combination of mystery, love and the
holistic world of metaphysics makes this a delightful and exciting book.
I heartily recommend it."
-- Judith Horky, author of EarthShift
and Soul Shift
"In Rainbow Majesty, Ann Ulrich Miller has masterfully woven richly
drawn characters, suspense, love and self-discovery into a captivating
story. Readers for whom this is an introduction to spirituality can
understand its presence in their own lives through the characters'
experiences, and already enlightened readers will applaud the clarity of
universal truths throughout this greatly enjoyable book."
-- Suzanne Ward, author of Matthew, Tell Me About Heaven and other
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"Maybe finding out about the past would help
me find my future."
"Reminiscent of Diane Mott Davidson's culinary mystery series that
highlights the mountainous beauty of Colorado, Ann Ulrich Miller taps
into the same majestic backdrop for a fine novel that blends romance,
intrigue, and a center for new age enlightenment. Herein she delivers a
captivating story that sheds light on a 22-year-old mystery surrounding
the death of Juniper Sutton's father, Nathanial.
"This fluid narrative takes readers to the Rainbow Majestic Lodge, a
former hunting resort that has been concerted into a new age retreat by
Juniper's Aunt Rosalee. In the wake of her fiance's death in Iraq, and
the recent loss of her mother to Alzheimer's, Juniper is unexpectedly
invited to manage the lodge's new gift shop. She accepts the offer as an
opportunity for new beginnings, and a chance to uncover long hidden
family secrets. In this free-thinking environment ensconced in healing,
crystals, and light, Juniper entertains new levels of philosophy and
thought and interacts with a multi-faceted group of individuals
dedicated to the likes of massage therapy, graphology, reincarnation,
"Miller easily weaves romance among the resident workers and visitors
to this mystical enclave. For Juniper, a troubling past life revelation
proves to have a marked influence on her present day emotional
fluctuations. To readers who might shy away from any kumbaya type
overtones, we quickly learn that "all is not light and love at Rainbow
Majestic." In sharp counterpoint Miller artfully dangles tension from
threatening messages, religious opposition, and a calculated murder
dropped into this holistic mix.
"As a finalist for The Eric Hoffer Award, Miller knows how to keep
readers guessing. Her work showcases environmental beauty, tranquility,
and dramatic discovery, to ultimately reveal a final climactic resolve
that allows these enigmatic characters to move forward into a new
-- By Carol Davala, The US Review of Books
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