A Free Christmas Novella! by Barbara Monajem

Need a heartwarming read for the holidays? For a couple of days, The Christmas Knot is free on Amazon! (Supposedly November 26 through 29, but Amazon’s ways are mysterious and I’m not sure exactly when it will end. So if you want a copy for your Kindle, go grab it now.)

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Christmas_Knot jThe Christmas Knot is a Slightly Gothic Regency Mystery Romance Novella! Quite a mouthful, I know, but it doesn’t fit neatly into any one category.

Widowed and destitute, Edwina White takes a position as governess in a remote village in the north of England—in a haunted house. She’s so desperate that she’ll take anything, and besides, she doesn’t believe in ghosts. Little does she know that her new employer is the seducer who lied and deceived her many years ago.

Sir Richard Ballister inherited an estate with a ghost and a curse, and every governess he hires leaves within a week. Finally, a woman desperate enough to stay arrives on his doorstep—but she’s the seductress who dropped him many years earlier for a richer man.

The last thing Richard and Edwina want is to work together, but they have no choice. Can they overcome the bitterness of the past in time to unravel a centuries-old knot and end the Christmas curse?

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Barbara Monajem started writing at eight years old. She has wandered from children’s fantasy through mystery to paranormal and historical romance. She lives near Atlanta, Georgia with an ever-shifting population of relatives, friends, and feline strays.

5 Responses

  1. embracingromance.com

    Thanks. Love romance/historical or fantasy novels/novellas. Just love to read and free is the best price for me because of limited income. It was a nice Thanksgiving gift. Again thanks again.

  2. Barbara Monajem

    You are very welcome! I hope you enjoy the story. 🙂

  3. Looks wonderful! Ghosts and Merry Olde are just my cuppa. Ordered my copy – thank you! Shared, too, so my readers can also enjoy it.

  4. Barbara Monajem

    Thanks, Sue-Ellen. 🙂

  5. I got it from the FB post.