Christmas In Bayeux

REVIEWS:

5 Stars, Author Markee Anderson, Amazon

This was just a wonderful and heart warming read.

5 Stars, Author Celia Yeary, Amazon

You will enjoy this beautiful story, rich in history and appreciation of the past, while living and falling in love in the present. I highly recommend “Christmas in Bayeaux.”

BOOK TEASER ON YOU TUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-muZ0dhOvSE

GENRE: Contemporary romance

LENGTH: 7K

HEAT LEVEL: Stimulating

BLURB: Aiden seeks out his childhood friend, Noel, in Bayeux, France. Can she help heal his lonely heart and convince him Christmas wishes do come true?

Excerpt:

Her cheeks reddened, but she only gestured toward the hall. “It’s this way.”

They entered the main room and he saw that the tapestry hung on the wall opposite of them. It filled the space entirely. Aiden stood stock-still, admiring its craftsmanship.

“We believe it commemorates the Norman conquest of England in 1066. We all call it a tapestry, but it’s really an embroidery.” She paused, then pointed. “Of course, the hero is William the Conqueror. His forces defeated those led by the English king, Harold Godwinson.”

Aiden walked the length to the tapestry, marveling at the story and how the work had been well preserved for close to 1,000 years.

“Edward the Confessor had no heir so he sent Harold to tell William he would rule England once Edward died. Harold, however, usurped the throne.”

Aiden pointed to a star with a tail. “Is that a star?”

She grinned. “Modern interpretation believes it to be Haley’s comet. It was a bad omen for Harold.”

“What happened next?”

Noel giggled. “William conquered him.”

“Silly me. I should have known that.” He grabbed her waist and pulled her against him. Their eyes locked, hers smoldering with desire. Damn. He wanted to kiss her. Right now. Screw his willpower. Aiden grabbed her hand and led her to the nearest hallway. Empty, thank God.

BUY LINKS:

AMAZON: http://www.amazon.com/Christmas-in-Bayeux-ebook/dp/B005BTLSI8/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1321401927&sr=1-1

BARNES & NOBLE NOOK: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/christmas-in-bayeux-stephanie-burkhart/1104401603?ean=2940011371806&itm=1&usri=christmas+in+bayeux

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About StephanieBurkhart

Paranormal/Steampunk/Contemporary Romance Author & Children's author.Live in Castaic, CA & LAPD 911 Dispatcher.Grew up in NH, US Army MP.My boys dance
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7 Responses to Christmas In Bayeux

  1. Jill James says:

    This looks adorable. Can’t wait to start reading while my husband is watching Sunday football.

  2. morganmandel says:

    The Christmas Season is here! Time to read stories with Christmas in them. This sounds like a great one!

    Morgan Mandel
    http://morganmandel.blogspot.com

  3. Sounds great, Steph! I love your international stories.

  4. StephanieBurkhart says:

    Ladies, thanks so much for popping in. Jill, I hope you enjoy it. I re-read the story at work last night and melted all over again. LOL!!

    Morgan, I’m such a sucker for Christmas stories. hehe.

    Maggie, thank you. I really enjoy writing them and I have a soft spot in my heart for France. I’ve never been to Bayeux though. I would love to go. That said, …. If you could go to any country for the holidays, where would you go? I’m curious to know your answers.

    Smiles
    Steph

  5. marymarvella says:

    Can’t wait to dig into this story. Tine for some heart-warming!

  6. monarisk says:

    Lovely story Steph. And you know me I’m partial to any story set in France, although I’ve never been to Bayeux too.

  7. StephanieBurkhart says:

    Mary, 🙂

    Mona, I loved France. And I love it when I read one of your stories with a French Connection. Warms my heart. I just started No More Lies and I’m melting over Luc.

    Smiles
    Steph

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