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A Christmas Brothel: A Set of Canterbury Christmas Tales

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It is a dark and snowy Christmas Eve and the roads are impassable. Canterbury’s inns are full, but the door of the local brothel stands open and Frau Klaus welcomes all who come seeking shelter. Gather with the stranded travelers around her Tannenbaum as they share secrets, holiday tales and stories of love.

Customer Reviews

A Wonderful Collection

Delightful! An amazing collection of short stories that is guaranteed to put you in the Christmas Spirit! Some of the best authors of historical romance have banded together for a wonderful cause!

December 24th, 1814 Canterbury Kent. A massive snow storm strands travelers in the most unlikely place! The Klaus Haus brothel has opened it's doors and taken in an assortment of people who all have a story.
The Christmas Quarrel by Annabelle Anders, a misunderstood betrayal by a husband when his wife sees what she thinks is a kiss to another woman, sends her out in a winter storm where she seeks shelter at the Klaus Haus. Her husband goes after her when she disappears and their meeting is anything but calm. But as he explains what really happened, could all be well at Christmas?
The Yule Cat by Ava Stone, follows a young girl who grew up in Iceland as an orphan and the stories told at that brought fear to the children of a Yule cat. A sweet tale of her relaying the story to a traveler
Miracle on Castle Street by Amanda Mariel brings a wife who has lost her husband and feeling she cannot live without him and is making her way to her parents. But miracles are happening during this time of year and she receives the best one ever.
The First Taffy Making to the King by Deb Marlowe finds a woman having been tossed out of home by her brother, is making her way to her new employers home. Having to stop at the Klaus House due to the weather, an unexpected encounter with an old love brings a surprise that often Christmas can only bring. Heartwarming!
Blame it on the Mistletoe by Virginia Heath shows how a grown up young lady wants a friend to realize she is not a little girl anymore. She is determined he will see her as she is and what follows in a wonderful story that made me smile and tugged at my heart.
The Pirate's Yuletide Haven by Katherine Bone finds a young woman waiting for her pirate husband after being stranded due to the snow. She worries he has been captured and tells a few stories as she waits about the different Christmas traditions. Such a delightful story that I only wished could have been longer!
How to Reform a Rake by Tammy Andresen has a gypsy using her cards to tell the future and of the men she meets and what can happen! Loved this tale and again would have loved for it to be longer!
A Christmas Kiss by Dawn Brower brings a tale of a girl who has been unloved and abused but one kiss changes everything!

More to come!

A Christmas Brothel: A Set of Canterbury Christmas Tales
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Fiction & Literature
  • Published: Nov 23, 2018
  • Publisher: Ava Stone
  • Seller: Smashwords, Inc.
  • Print Length: 319 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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