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5.0 out of 5 stars A heartwarming holiday love story, 11 Nov. 1998
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This review is from: Some Enchanted Season (Mass Market Paperback)
On Christmas Eve, Maggie Mckinney cannot believe that her marriage to Ross is over, though she should not be surprised since he never has time for her anyway. An angry Maggie is stunned that Ross never even put up a minor fight to stop her from walking out on him. Maggie drives away on the icy roads, but her car skids and she is badly injured in the ensuing accident. Over the next few months, Ross sees that Maggie gets the best medical care and often visits her at the hospital.

However, though she is physically much better, Maggie suffers from amnesia as a result of the blow to her head. When it is time for her to be released, her doctor suggests Ross take her back to their Bethlehem home so that little will spark her memories. Ross regrets what he did to his beloved Maggie before the accident. He tries his best to make it up to her by helping her regain her memory. Even as he gives her the ultimate gift, Ross knows that when she regains what she lost, he will lose everything that he cherishes in life.

Marilyn Pappano has deservedly earned a reputation for her fabulous story lines that always thrill readers. Her current contemporary romance, SOME ENCHANTED SEASON, is a spellbinder that will elate fans with its holiday message. Ross is a warm character, whose regrets will fill every reader's stockings with plenty of angst. Maggie is also a magnificent protagonist, leaving fans of contemporary romance with no reason to not spend and enchanted evening with Ms. Pappano.

Harriet Klausner
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent - This book is a MUST read, 2 Nov. 1998
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This review is from: Some Enchanted Season (Mass Market Paperback)
After years of neglect, arguments and broken promises, Maggie McKinney was finally leaving her workaholic husband. As she drove away from the tiny town of Bethlehem Pennsylvania on Christmas Eve, a freak accident stopped her in her tracks and almost ended her life. Trapped in her destroyed truck, Maggie's last thoughts were that Ross probably couldn't think of a better Christmas gift than her death.
Ross didn't recognize the battered woman on the gurney as his wife. Only her emerald stud earrings gave him a clue as to her identity. After countless surgeries and nine months in therapy, Maggie is ready to leave the hospital, her mind erased of the events in the year preceding her accident. On the advice of her doctor, Ross reluctantly agrees to accompany Maggie back to Bethlehem. Due to her physical handicaps and her spotty memory, it is unclear if Maggie would ever be able to live on her own. But what would a man used to 100-hour workweeks do in the little town of Bethlehem?
Maggie felt lost when she first arrived in Bethlehem. Nothing looked familiar to her. Neither the house she had remodeled months before the accident nor the neighbors who welcomed her home with open arms. But she felt the oddest sense of homecoming as she entered the house and she knew that she never wanted to leave here again. With Ross by her side, Maggie knew that there was nothing she couldn't tackle. But did he want to remain by her side?
Facing three months alone with the woman he had once loved to distraction, Ross didn't know if they could remain civil through the Christmas holidays. But as time passed and old hurts begin to fade, Ross caught glimpses of the enchanting woman that he loved all those years before. But was it really too late to save their marriage? Or would their newfound happiness be shattered by her returning memories?
Marilyn Pappano has once again taken us back to Bethlehem Pennsylvania, the site of her last year's A SEASON FOR MIRACLES. SOME ENCHANTED SEASON is a gripping novel of lost dreams, rekindled love and the redemption found in forgiveness. Pappano's wonderfully drawn characters will delight the readers and Bethlehem is a town that anyone would love to visit. Pappano is an exceptional story-teller and SOME ENCHANTED SEASON will definitely enchant the readers. So grab a cup of hot chocolate and your favorite afghan and settle down for a warm winter's read by one of romance's finest authors.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a tremendously beautiful book., 5 Jun. 1999
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This review is from: Some Enchanted Season (Mass Market Paperback)
This book is extremely beautiful. Marilyn Pappano once again weaves an emotionally touching story of two beautiful people who lost and luckily regained each other. The author builds emotions high and strong. She paints emotions vividly in great careful detail and i was entranced. It was with a sense of regret when i finally turned the back cover of this book since i got fond of the lovable characters in it. If you liked reading "A Season For Miracles," you will definitely love this one too. One gets reacquianted with old friends and gets to know other characters even deeper. A further insight into how it went with the Daltons/Bishops is an added delight. Another bonus is Holly's character which sprinkles some additional laughs into the story as well. The enticing town of Bethlehem and its very own nostalgie-evoking Christmas tradition provides once again a magical backdrop to Ross's and Maggie's spell-binding romance. This is one book to savor, relax and enjoy with, to be hooked on, to ponder upon, and to learn from. I'm certainly looking forward to the next story set in Bethlehem by Ms. Pappano. Just as a German would say upon stumbling something precious and worthwhile, "Es lohnt sich, wirklich!"
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