A MARRIAGE TO REMEMBER
After a long, difficult journey to a music festival in an English town, Maggi's song captures the heart of her audience, filling the hall with rapturous calls for an encore. Later that evening, Maggi receives an unexpected gift: a single red rose from Adam. Adam with whom she'd achieved such fame...Adam who had betrayed and abandoned her after a tragic accident three years ago. Now a world-famous superstar, Adam has returned. "Why now?" Maggi pales and trembles as she holds the rose...
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- 3.5 there's more than meets the eye 4
- JAB 08/14/2016
This harlequin many intrigued me because the author & illustrator gives us the description that in the beginning, the heroine has good reasons to despise the hero and the wish to separate. However, as we go further and further along into the book, we find out that there was more to the story. The two of them were famous singers but they were in an accident that costed them their marriage and unborn child. The heroine was mad at the hero for not being there for her during her time in the hospital and rehabilitation. However, we learned in the book that the reason the hero stated away was by the doctor's orders because apparently every time the heroine saw the hero, she got worse. It was supposedly some sort of subconscious of blaming him for what happened. He asked his father-in-law to keep tabs on her for him. Then there was rumors and the gossip magazines about the hero and OW being together during the heroine's hospitalization. Yet, those were only rumors that were spread by the OW. We also see that the hero is trying to get back his wife (the heroine). I also liked seeing the heroine has some blame in this because it felt a bit human. The ending was good.
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