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Enchanted for the Weekend begins in the 60s and continues on into the real estate boom in the early part of the 21st century. The lead character in the story is a very interesting person named Emily Harrison. As a child and an adolescent she was a tomboy that preferred playing football and wrestling with the boys over playing with dolls and wearing dresses. She kept her hair cut short so as to look as much like the boys as possible.
Emily later proves to be the proverbial late bloomer. In her senior year of high school she noticed how cute the other girls look in those fashionable mini-skits so she decided to try a new. After letting her hair down and revealing a now voluptuous figure, she caught everyone's attention. She has an active sex life in her senior year but later calms down and studies hard in college to be an accountant.
Emily marries a childhood friend named Robert and they have two children, first Susan and the Richard. Together they make a beautiful couple but Emily continues to be the one that stands out. With skill and ambition they prove to have very successful careers. Susan is a true composite of her parent being attractive, intelligent and talented. Richard is not college oriented but is very patriotic and makes a career of the U.S. Marine Corps.
Like her mother, Susan is attractive, intelligent and ambitious but is sexually frustrated. She has had no satisfying sexual experiences in her early adulthood and faces the shocking reality that she is attracted to her father. There are devices throughout story to indicate the true nature of Emily. It turns out that she is a benevolent witch and casts a spell on both her husband and daughter to enjoy a magical weekend together in Hawaii. Emily did not necessarily approve of the situation but accepted it as something that need to play itself out.