Marshall Cavendish
Login View Shopping Cart About Us Submissions Join Our Mailing List Book Search Apps 3ed32e32e3332e Custom publishing E-books
      Browse Catalogue


Title Secrets of a Rainbow Goddess  
ISBN 9789833845279
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
Jeffrey Stone & Marlene Zeffreys
Specifications 115 mm x 180 mm / 536pp ; Limp
Publication Date Apr-2010
Target Audience Young adults and adults Fans of romantic-fantasy novels
Price (SGD) SGD 26.50 BUY NOW
Link to Related book(s) Write an online review and share your thoughts with other customers
About the Book

Set against the allures of West-meets-East exoticism and modern Asia, this rare adrenaline-pumped, fantasy-romance novel is satiated with memorable whirlwinds of desires and erotica adventures. It seizes the elements of human relationships to the simplest assertion in life-love triumphs, always.

Laura is an American lawyer, working in Kuala Lumpur. Laura meets JT, a handsome antique-dealer, who unearths Laura’s sexuality, literally and figuratively, in the spectrum of exotic lands, cultures and peoples. Laura becomes JT’s Rainbow Goddess and is whisked into the dramatic world of forbidden and pure passion.

As a wife to Brian, Laura plays her role naturally well. But when her first love struggles with Laura’s new-found wild fervour, the journey of self-discovery lies ahead. Her life gets more twists and turns when she stumbles onto the path of wealth and power in the arms of Sir William Wong, and eventually finds reconciliation in unspoken love when the unexpected happens.
About the Author

Jeffrey Stone spent 14 years in the film industry in Hollywood, Italy and Spain. The start to his career came as the model for Prince Charming in Disney’s Cinderella. He acted as D’Artangan in the TV series Three Musketeers and appeared in numerous movies and guest appearances on TV.

He wrote the story for Unearthly Strangers now a cult film. At Hong Kong in 1961, Strange Portrait was written and directed by Stone, starring the late Jeff Hunter, co-starring Mai Tai Sing from Hong Kong TV series and Barbara Lee from Flower Drum Song.

He lives and writes in Penang, Malaysia for the past 40 years, where he continues to write screenplays and adventure novels using Southeast Asia as background.

Marlene Zeffreys is the coordinator of the Malaysian-American Commission on Educational Exchange Advising Center (MACEE) since 1995. She is an expert in jewellery-design, calligraphy in illuminated manuscript style and also an accomplished artist working in oils and ink sketches.
© Marshall Cavendish 2008-2019   |  Data Protection and Privacy Statement   |  Terms & Conditions   |  Help   |  Contact Us