|Reviews for TCOT Holiday Miracle|
| tengland2 chapter 8 . 12/15/2012
Nicely done with the explination of what was happening with her parents and family matters. Perry patently lisenting to her. Perry always forgets to breath when he sees Della, more often when formally dressed. But stll forgets. Love the carriage ride, they are special in New York or can be made that way. Love how you ended this. He has something that belongs to her.
| tengland2 chapter 7 . 12/15/2012
Mama Sara knows everything and keeps that family of hers in line, including Perry where Della is concerned. As for Della, he should just tell her, even though its suppost to be a surprise, avoiding the issue will get him no where with her. She learned from him. The surprise of her parents arrival was nicely time. Got away with that one. So nice to offer a quiet place for them to talk. Now to give Della at least some of the answers she wants from her parents.
| StartWriting chapter 8 . 12/15/2012
ooooh... so sad to see this one ends... But the end was brilliant ... I loved the entire story, the atmosphere, the romance... sigh... thank you thank you. Happy holidays to you too Michelle
| EastEnder chapter 8 . 12/15/2012
I loved your description of the Jewish traditions and of New York. Thanks so much for a lovely story. EE
| Marti chapter 5 . 12/12/2012
It's a beautiful story! You are very good! M
| tengland2 chapter 6 . 12/14/2012
Nicely done, Sara just knowing how to get the information out of Della. First time telling someone is always hard, now to just go tell Perry and let him spoil her. Love the bit of information, "how to get to Tiffany's". Maybe its not for what I'm hoping for, he does buy her wonderful jewelry.
| tengland2 chapter 5 . 12/13/2012
Wonderfully done. Della's not going to talk until she's ready. Loved the walk and the carousel. Having fun. Sounds like dinner was/is going to be fun. Leave it to Mama Sara to see right through Della. At least Della explained they don't keep secrets it just takes her time to tell Perry things and he waits until she's ready. I must admit I thought perhaps her mother was sick. But the possibity of them getting a divorce, just may hinder Perry ever getting Della to marry him. Looking forward to more.
| Guest chapter 2 . 12/10/2012
Same old Paul. Taking Josie to Big Bear in chapter two, and then fooling around with Nina by chapter three. No grass growing under his feet! :)
Back then, wouldn't they get married much quicker under the circumstances?
| Captain Weirdo chapter 5 . 12/12/2012
Ouch! What a damper on the holiday.
I bet things will work out, though. :)
| StartWriting chapter 5 . 12/12/2012
And again a breathtaking chapter... Thanks for posting so soon (I might need your ability to post so quick, I am a bit slow myself...)
| EastEnder chapter 3 . 12/12/2012
I am enjoying this story and look forward to the rest of it but I am a bit confused. In Chapter 2 it seemed that Paul Drake and a girl called Josie were 'taking off for the holidays' but in Chapter 3 he has a girl friend called Nina. Am I missing something? EE
| tengland2 chapter 4 . 12/12/2012
Your description was so wonderful, entering the hotel, felt like being there with them, enjoying it through Della's eyes. Teasing Perry about not getting the penthouse. Not sure what Perry would do without her in his life anymore. Certainly wouldn't enjoy life or work as much as he does with her around and certainly would never spoil or protect another woman the way he does Della.
Something definitely wrong with Della's mother, perhaps if she had invited Della to join the family. At least Della and Perry are enjoying their room. Just wondering why her father is calling. Certainly surprised Perry when he realized it wasn't Max. Please don't keep us in suspense to long.
| Guest chapter 2 . 12/9/2012
An appetizer? :) Sounds good! haha! Here's hoping they enjoy New York.
| Marcella chapter 1 . 12/8/2012
Where is the rest of the story? The first part is very good. M
| Guest chapter 1 . 12/8/2012
Que formidable! Or something like that. :) Sounds like Perry best not cross Mrs. Stein.