Chivalrous, handsome and endlessly cultured, Andrew Bergen seems very much like a man from another time. And when he acquires a lushly embroidered tapestry that depicts a bountiful Renaissance forest, he finds himself magically transported to the era of knights and ladies, chivalry and grace.
The tapestry takes him to a Renaissance village, where he meets its enchanting weaver; Lady Estella, an artist and intellectual endlessly oppressed by the constraints of her time. Her friendship with the mysterious, forward thinking Andrew evolves into a passionate romance; but to stay together, they must overcome their obvious differences, the objections of her family, and the barriers of time itself.
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Andrew Bergen is a renaissance history teacher at a university in Indiana. His girlfriend, Courtney leaves him for a classmate and in his shock he falls fast asleep. When he wakes he finds himself in the renaissance age. Lady Estella of Glasbury has failed to marry but she is more interested in the fine art of tapestry weaving. She longs for an interesting man and a time where woman are not so restricted. Andrew and Estella bond instantly but will the rift in time be too much for them to overcome?
Megan Hussey pens a sensual, timeless love story. For such a short tale the characters are well developed and the plot solid. The love scenes are sultry and heartfelt. You feel the turmoil as Andrew must decide what to do. Passion’s Tapestry is winner for Hussey.
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