Book 2 of the Hallowed Halls series, when Dr. Myra Maxwell
finds herself stumbling through the darkness of a cemetery
on a cold winter night, she realizes she doesn't recognize
a thing, and doesn't recall how she arrived here. As
Christmas fireworks begin, they frighten her. She doesn't
know who she is, where she is, or why she's here. She
diagnoses herself as a patient in a fugue state, most
likely from some horrible experience her mind is working
to force her to forget. But why?
Weston Cline is frantic about the woman he loves. She
left her psychiatry clinic in the middle of the day
on Christmas Eve, and he's heard nothing from her since.
When he makes a call to her hometown of Juliet, Missouri,
he catches a word or two that convinces him she's retreated
to the place she feels safest, and he is determined
to drive there tonight and protect her. Unfortunately,
her friends, Drs. Joy Gilbert and Zachary Travis are
determined to keep Weston away from Myra. He's shown
his true colors in outrageous ways in the past year,
and they don't want to risk her emotional well-being
with his presence. Too bad, because he's going anyway,
and he will stand firm with her.
Set at Christmas, Dandelion Moon might well give holiday
celebrants a chance to root for the true meaning of
Christmas to show itself at least one more time, and
to find that miracles really do happen.