Saturday, November 13, 2010

Review: The Hungarian by Stephanie Burkhart

The Hungarian, Budapest Moon Book 1 by Stephanie Burkhart

Publisher: Desert Breeze Publishing
Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 2



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?

Hunter's Review

I enjoyed this book immensely. It takes place in two sections. The first part in England and the second in Hungary. Katherine doesn’t know exactly what she’s getting into when she falls in love with Matthias but she proves to be a strong heroine that I could really root for. Matthias is dark and troubled, to me an old-fashioned romance hero who needs the love of a strong woman to bring him back from the dark side.

This is an excellent book and I think fans of both the paranormal and historical romances will really, really enjoy it.

5 Tea Cups!

PhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucket   Photobucket   Photobucket

No comments:


Related Posts with Thumbnails