Tuesday, 25 May 2010

The Reviews are in! The Hungarian by Stephanie Burkhart


Katherine Archibald is in search of a grand adventure. A young woman in late Victorian England, she wants to open up a book store in London and travel Europe hunting down rare books. Love isn't on her map.

Enter Matthias Duma. The Hungarian count captures Katherine's attention like no other man before him with his unusual gold-malachite eyes, his exotic features, and his command of the night sky.

After a night of intrigue during Katherine's birthday, she discovers the map does include love in the legend, but will the map lead her to Budapest and the dark, brooding Hungarian she's just met?


The Reviews:

5 Stars, Tami Dee, author of "The Mists of Time" series.

"Ms. Burkhart takes the reader though the intricate emotional ups and downs her hero and heroine go through, and the reader feels a since of accomplishment and joy as Matthias and Katherine grow and mature throughout the story, learning to trust one another completely."

5 Stars, Readers Favorites Book Reviews

"This book is extremely entertaining. The plot is sensual and romantic. Katherine and Mathias were together. This is the first book in a new series. I look forward to reading the next entry."

5 Stars. Stiggles, (Margaret Young, Reader) Amazon Review

"She brings history to life, from noble life in Victorian Era England, to the mystic, rural countryside of Hungary... This is a must-read for anyone who loves a good love-story with a twist. You won't be disappointed."

4 Stars, Regan Taylor, author of "The Photograph"

"If you can tear your gaze away from the hauntingly beautiful cover of Stephanie Burkhart's Budapest Moon long enough to read it you will find yourself lost in this wonderfully woven tale."

5 Stars, Celia Yeary, author of "Texas Promise"

"This brilliant, rich story is ... a touching love story between two passionate people who live in different worlds but come together to care for a child."

You can see "The Hungarian's" Amazon Reviews at: http://www.amazon.com/Budapest-Moon-Book-One-ebook/dp/B003K15NG2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2&s=books&qid=1274744190&sr=1-1-spell

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