A Gentleman and a Rogue

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Just Released this Month: Journey of the Heart


I just wanted to share my 99 cent dime novel Journey of the Heart. Sigh...I love the cover. I love the vineyard setting.

BLURB: ~ A Wine Country Short from award winning author Stephanie Burkhart ~

James returns to his home in California after World War II only to find out he's lost his farm. His way of life gone, James becomes a journeyman, selling Bibles, looking for a sense of purpose.

Rachel Santori's winery is in trouble. She's looking for someone to trust. When Rachel meets James, she can't deny how he penetrates her soul with his long, lonely looks.

Can James find a sense of belonging at Rachel's winery? Can love mend both their weary hearts?

Excerpt: 
"Your case threatened to run away, so I bribed it." Her sweet expression was an arrow through his heart. 

"Really? What did you bribe it with?" He wiped the sweat off his brow with a handkerchief, caused from a combination of the summer heat and lifting the heavy cases. 

"A job."

He hooked his thumb toward his chest. "Are you offering me a job, Miss Santori?"

*****

5 Stars:
The story was compelling and not boring, which is often a stereotype of sweet romances. I would recommend this short sweetie of a story. Good job, author. - AngelE, Amazon Reader,

5 Stars:
The story is short enough to be enjoyed in one sitting whether you are at the beach or on your easy chair enjoying a glass of wine, making believe it is the Santori Chardonnay. In short, this is another happy, heart-warming tale of love from the experienced pen of Stephanie Burkhart. Joy Cagil, Amazon Reader

BUY LINK: http://amzn.com/B008G1JI6C

7 comments:

  1. I have this book on my kindle already...Can't wait to read it..

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  2. Kathleen, I hope you enjoy it, Sweetie. I had a blast writing it.
    Smiles
    Steph

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  3. This just moved to the top of the TBR pile. :-)

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    1. Yay! I hope you enjoy it Laurel. :)
      Steph

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  4. You are so right about that cover, Stephanie!

    Sounds like a great book about new beginnings.

    Morgna Mandel
    http://morgansbooklinks.blogspot.com

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  5. I can't even spell my own name. Must be the heat's getting to me. Of course, it's spelled Morgan.

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  6. LOL!! Morgan, you silly goose. Thanks for popping in, Sweetie.
    Smiles
    Steph

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