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3.54 of 5 stars 3.54  ·  rating details  ·  108 ratings  ·  7 reviews
New York Times bestselling author Madeline Hunter weaves passion and adventure into this exquisite love story of medieval London. A noblewoman beset by her brother's creditors offers a cherished tapestry to a man with more on his mind than settling her debts. "Hunter's books are so addictive they should come with a surgeon general's warning."-Publishers Weekly "Madeline Hu ...more
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Becca
This story had quite a few dark undertones in it, but a sweet ending and a quick pace. I originally borrowed Tapestry to just read Lynn Kurland's piece, but this one grabbed me and wouldn't let go. I felt for Giselle and the difficult eye opening experience she had regarding her good for nothing brother and I really liked the chivalry of our hero, Andreas. This story reminded me a lot of Jacquie D'Alessandro's novella from It Happened One Night. The novella depends a lot on the reader buying tha ...more
Wan
“An Interrupted Tapestry” is a solid 4. I love the story line, the characters, and all. There were so many emotions in this little novella and I felt the characters vividly. Desperately trying to save her brother from his own-doing disaster, Giselle had to swallow her pride and asked to borrow money from the one man she’s ever loved, Andreas. After the disappearance of her only brother, she found out he was kidnapped for ransom. Offering to sell the most beloved piece of art she thought she own ...more
Kim
Would have LOVED it were it longer. If you're a fan of Hunter's Medieval series, it will be enjoyable but too quickly wrapped up.
Serena
Loved this story! It was well written I did not mind that it was so short. I am not normally I big historical fan so I don't read very many. Was very please to have read this story.
Rebekah
Short and Sweet but not very satisfying. Maybe if it had been longer
Frances Fuller
Lame and 2.99 for less than an hour's read.
Lorraine
short and sweet
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Madeline Hunter is a nationally bestselling author of historical romances who lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and two sons. Her books have won two RITA awards and seven nominations, and have had three starred reviews in Publishers Weekly. In a parallel existence to the one she enjoys as a novelist, Madeline has a Ph.D. in art history and teaches at an East Coast university.
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