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  • Posted January 19, 2009

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    Short Story-Delicious

    Karen Marie Moning's short story, with Jane and Aedan, was sweet, and fun!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2002

    Excellent!

    Four bestselling authors combine their talents to create a mixed anthology that will surely have something for everyone.<BR><BR> TO KISS THE SHADOWS is Lynn Kurland's entry into the collection. Lianna has spent her life in hiding, her lovely face still bears scars from when her family was killed, making her a ward of the king. She is made even more an outcast when her lovely spirit draws the attentions of two brothers, one the most eligible knight in the realm, the other, more handsome brother, a suspected warlock. Madeline Hunter tells a more conventional tale in AN INTERRUPTED TAPESTRY wherein a young woman attempts to pay off her brother's debts by selling a tapestry, not realizing that she is about to encounter true love. Sherilyn Kenyon takes a fantastic turn in DRAGONSWAN, a most unusual tale of a lycanthrope time traveler who finds his true mate in a woman of our time. The only problems are that he can not live in this time period, he is outcast from his people, and his enemies are hunting him, and now his true love, who is not happy to be stuck several centuries in the past, away from the comforts of home, like Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes. Finally, Karen Marie Monig ties up the collection with INTO THE DREAMING, a tale reminescent of the legend of Tam Lin. A young woman of this century is taken back in time to meet the man she was meant to love; however, he is under the spell of the Unseelie King, and only she can release him. However, she has only a month, or he will be lost forever. <BR><BR> ***** Each story is unique and lives up to the rest of the author's work. It also gives fans who might buy the anthology for one favored writer to get a taste of how good the other three are. Though all entrires are stand alone, Ms. Kurland gives hope of a sequel to tell the other brother's story. ***** </p><BR> Reviewed by Amanda Killgore.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    entertaining romantic anthology

    ¿To Kiss in the Shadows¿ by Lynn Kurland. The women fear the arrival of Jason of Artane. However, one Lianna of Grasleigh hides in the shadows of her tapestry yet somehow Jason finds his heart¿s quest if he can make her see what he sees. <P>¿An Interrupted Tapestry¿ by Madeline Hunter. Desperate to make remittance on her brother¿s debt, Gisele tries to sell her best tapestry to old friend Hanseatic League trader Andreas. However, though not good for trade, Andreas and Gisele fall in lieben. <P>¿Dragonswan¿ by Sherrilyn Kenyon. In Richmond, scholar Dr. Channon 'Shannon with a C' MacRae ponders the olde English words on the dragon tapestry when Sebastian Kattalakis disturbs her by muttering something about dragons, crunching and ketchup. He must persuade his beloved that not only does she belong to him, but also he will open the history of the world to her. <P>¿Into the Dreaming¿ by Karen Marie Moning. In Indiana, Jane Sillee dreams of the Highlander and now owns a medieval tapestry that she has no idea who or why it was sent to her. She looks deeply at it when suddenly she is transported back to 928 Scotland where she meets her Highlander, Aedon MacKinnon. She has to break the evil spell that engulfs the man she has loved since she first dreamed of him. <P>Though each tale is different except for the theme of a tapestry involved in the plot, fans will enjoy these stories due to wonderful lead characters. The contributors have done great jobs entertaining the romance reading troops. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2013

    A great set of stories

    All of these stories are well written and great to read

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  • Posted July 19, 2009

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    TAPESTRY

    This is an absolute to read loved every second....the short stories very entertaining....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2005

    Very Exciting Stories

    The themes of these stories were very exciting - with time travel and other intriguing backgrounds for the romantic tales. The stories were nicely written, with enough romance thrown in to satisfy the romantic reader. The stories were tastefully written, and although a few were a tad tame, they were overall a very exciting read that is well worth five stars.

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