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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Marilyn Pappano
  • ISBN:
    0440241189
  • ISBN13:
    978-0440241188
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    Dell (July 1, 2003)
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    Genre Fiction
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This was my first book by Marilyn Pappano. Overall I'm happy I read it because I have been in a romance novel funk for a long time and the story kept my attention

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). This was my first book by Marilyn Pappano. Overall I'm happy I read it because I have been in a romance novel funk for a long time and the story kept my attention. Cabin Fever had the potential to be a disaster of a story but the author is obviously very gifted and told the story in a way that satisfied me.

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Nolie Harper is starting over. Marilyn Pappano is the author of nearly forty books with more than four million copies in print

Nolie Harper is starting over. And the bustling burg of Bethlehem is as far as the single mother can get from the gossipy one-horse town of Whiskey Creek, Arkansas. All set to claim the twin cabins she just inherited, Nolie discovers she already has a tenant: a scruffy, powerfully built stranger who makes it clear he wants to be left alone. Marilyn Pappano is the author of nearly forty books with more than four million copies in print. She has made regular appearances on bestseller lists and has received recognition for her work in the form of numerous awards.

Put them together in a smoldering little town-and watch the temperature rise. Nolie Harper is starting over.

The complete series list for - Bethlehem Marilyn Pappano Marilyn Pappano Series List.

The complete series list for - Bethlehem Marilyn Pappano. Marilyn Pappano Series List. Series List:9 titles. Contemporary Romance, CR. 2003-07, Jul-2003.

Also by Marilyn Pappano. Corinna Winchester Humphries & Agatha. Winchester Grayson, Bethlehem’s grand dames and matchmakers extraordinaire. Ross and Maggie McKinney, CEO of McKinney Industries and wife/mother.

Christmas, Contemporary Romance, Ex-convicts, Holiday, Ranchers, Recluses.

by. Pappano, Marilyn. Widows, Single mothers, Women merchants, Ex-convicts, Recluses, Bethlehem (. New York : Bantam Dell. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana.

Take one gorgeous, down-on-his-luck man, add an irresistible, up-for-anything woman. Put them together in a smoldering little town--and watch the temperature rise.Nolie Harper is starting over. And the bustling burg of Bethlehem is as far as the single mother can get from the gossipy one-horse town of Whiskey Creek, Arkansas. All set to claim the twin cabins she just inherited, Nolie discovers she already has a tenant: a scruffy, powerfully built stranger who makes it clear he wants to be left alone. Chase Wilson may be living like a recluse, but he’s making her yearn for togetherness--and stirring up the kind of desires that can change a woman’s whole outlook on life.Newly sprung from prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Chase is liking life alone in his rented cabin just fine. Until the redhead with the lush curves and her young daughter arrive and throw what’s left of his life into maddening chaos. With her tantalizing neighborly ways, Nolie is slowly scorching her way into his guarded heart. And her passionate kind of healing is rapidly transforming his private hideaway into a lovers’ retreat hot enough to ignite an entire town.

Anayaron
I find all of Marilyn Pappano's book to be heartwarming, but CABIN FEVER is my favorite. I've read it a number of times and enjoy it greatly each time. The characters are people with wounds and flaws who learn to trust and love again. This book is part of Pappano's wonderful series on the lives and loves of the people of Bethlehem, New York, but it stands on its own very well. When I need to read a book that is uplifting and encouraging, and funny and romantic too, this is the one I'll turn to. I'll read it again and again and again.
Iaiastta
Marilyn Pappano is fantastic. This series of books would make a great Hallmark series. I loved her Season of Miracles special with Patty Duke Astin., Read it before and added it to my Kindle just for a re-read.
Marad
I have no idea about the books, but my wife ordered it so I would assume it is something she wanted to read
Lyrtois
Three years ago her beloved spouse Jeff died. Her in-laws were great taking their son's widow and child into their home, but now Nolie Harper needs to regain her freedom. When she inherits two cabins in Bethlehem, New York, Nolie accompanied by her reluctant five-year-old daughter Micahlyn leaves Whiskey Creek, Arkansas for her new home.
She is surprised to find the other cabin occupied as it has been rented for a year by former Boston lawyer Chase Wilson. Having served jail time over much of the last two plus years, Chase lives the life of a hermit just outside his birth town. He pities himself for having lost his practice, his house, and his wife to his former partner. However, though she is overweight, he finds Nolie quite attractive even if her daughter thinks he is the bogeyman. As the two adults fall in love, ghosts from their respective past and a lonely child threaten anything permanent. On the other hand, there is a more powerful force at work nudging the loving duo to come together.
Though the weight of woes would break through a reinforced ceiling, fans of relationship dramas will appreciate the latest Bethlehem tale. The story line stars two individuals needing fresh starts so that a joint venture seems out of the question. However, with some heavenly interference, this couple has a chance to redeem him and find new hope and happiness for her. Marilyn Pappano provides an uplifting contemporary.
Harriet Klausner
Conjulhala
I don't usually read contemporary romance, but a friend of mine recommended this novel. I read it and I loved it! The characters are "realistic" in my opinion. Especially Nolie, the main character. She is not your typical thin, sexy gal you often read in other books. She is overweight and plain and pretty much accepts it. One reviewer claimed that if Nolie was not happy with how she looked why couldn't she fix herself up instead of going barefoot or eating throughout the book. Nolie "knows" she is not the type that a gorgeous guy like, Chase, would be interested in. Nolie did "attempt" at going on a diet. But just couldn't do it. That in my opinion, is a reality. It isn't easy to lose weight. The reason she goes around "plain-looking" is because she believes she is no great beauty to begin with and has pretty much accepted it. It was only when she became attracted to Chase that she started feeling "inadequate". Who doesn't feel self conscious when they are attracted to someone? In today's (unfortunately sometimes shallow) society, if you're not a size 0 (or something like that) you are not generally considered "desirable" and just because some women do not wear makeup or dress fasionably doesn't mean that they don't care about their appearance either. I, myself, would rather have a man love me for who I am than what I look like. This book, Cabin Fever, proves that just because you don't look or act like a "supermodel" doesn't mean that you aren't attractive. The old saying, "Looks aren't everything, it's what's inside that counts" is very true. And that nobody's completely perfect is true as well. Chase's ex wife was thin, sexy, wore expensive clothes, but she was ugly inside. Chase found Nolie beautiful and she didn't have to put up a "facade" to win his affection. Who you are inside holds a lot more weight than what you look like on the surface. In addition, the conflict between Nolie and her in-laws and the conflict between Chase and his parents are very real, meaning it does and is happening in families. There is always some sort of solution. This is the first book I've read by Marilyn Pappano and it won't be my last. Most readers like to read books purely for the escape into fantasy, so I do not recommend this novel for escape-seeking readers. This is a very down to earth story. And yes, the overweight girl can get the gorgeous hunk! (For the record, I'm not overweight nor do I wear a size extra small either! LOL) This story is a great inspiration to all women who feel less than perfect! Just be yourself! Accept who you are! Be who you are! Men who can't accept you for who you REALLY are, are in fact, missing out! Their loss, ladies! Forget those shallow men!
Jode
This was my first book by Marilyn Pappano. Overall I'm happy I read it because I have been in a romance novel funk for a long time and the story kept my attention. Cabin Fever had the potential to be a disaster of a story but the author is obviously very gifted and told the story in a way that satisfied me. I did have some negative issues with the book. For example, Nolie kept getting on my nerves with her "fatness". I just wanted to tell her to shut up and step away from the donut box. And god, did she have to eat in half the book? That's real sexy. Couldn't she just TRY to make her self more appealing instead of walking around barefoot! She could have gotten hookworm or some crap out in the forrest. The horror! Of course she had image issues, she made herself out to be this plain jane when she could have made an attempt to beautify herself.
The other b.s. aspect of the story was how the grandparents drove up (flew up?) in like 24 hours (!) to the backwoods of Bethlehem. I think it took Nolie 3 days to get there from Whisper Creek but it took the feeble old grandparents 2 seconds to confront Nolie in person. Hogwash! I hate it when authors pull a fast one on the reader. That really annoyed me.
But overall, the story was charming and I am looking forward to reading more of Ms. Pappano's books.