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Some Enchanted Season by Patricia Burroughs
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Sep 22, 12

bookshelves: kindle, romance
Read from September 17 to 19, 2012

As I read the last page of this book, I was very moved by the message within. Overcome. Never give up. Don't let others stand in your way. It was something I've been needing to be reminded of.

The heroine is an artist who has a disability she's deeply self conscious about. She'd rather people not know it; not because she's ashamed, but she's tired of the looks and judging. As a woman with a disability, I could totally relate.

She meets the hero when she's searching for the perfect book cover model and ends up kidnapping a well-known football player. This was funny!

Rusty and Kevyn (Kevyn being the heroine) discover they have much in common. They were both bullied and made fun of growing up, Kevyn for her disability, Rusty for his ability to dance. The bullying carries repercussions for them both throughout their lives. Rusty barrels full speed ahead, nothing will stop him, not even a bum knee. Kevyn hides from the world.

I didn't like Kevyn at times. She was just weird. The cat, the candles, and at times, she was very self pitying. I also grew tired of her "You've had a life of privilege" crap. Sorry, but I gotta be honest. I really liked Rusty and his attitude though and loved watching these two grow individually as they became a couple, Rusty full speed ahead, Kevyn with reluctance and whining.

There's more... Full review on Book Babe: http://wwwbookbabe.blogspot.com/2012/...
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message 1: by Patricia (new)

Patricia In my TBR pile!


Tara Chevrestt You won't regret it. :)


message 3: by Lance (new)

Lance Greenfield I can see why you were moved by this one.


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