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Capturing the Silken Thief - Jeannie Lin
Capturing the Silken Thief
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Tang Dynasty China, 823 A.D.Musician Jia needs a valuable book of poems by a famous courtesan to buy her freedom...and she believes Luo Cheng has taken it. Her attempt to steal the book from him fails, but the tall and powerful scholar unexpectedly offers to help her quest! But when they finally... show more
Tang Dynasty China, 823 A.D.Musician Jia needs a valuable book of poems by a famous courtesan to buy her freedom...and she believes Luo Cheng has taken it. Her attempt to steal the book from him fails, but the tall and powerful scholar unexpectedly offers to help her quest! But when they finally find the book—and the arousing poems and artwork inside—Jia's longing for freedom is replaced with a new kind of desire for Cheng....
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B006VD5EI8
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages no: 75
Edition language: English
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Tea, Rain, Book
Tea, Rain, Book rated it
Better than the first book I read of Ms. Lin's today. This was a slightly longer story with more depth to the characters than the first book. This book is set in the same city as the Lotus Palace series, but is not in any way connected to the series. The couple, Jia and Luo, were the cutest, sweetes...
Isa Lavinia
Isa Lavinia rated it
3.0 Capturing the Silken Thief
This was a quick and entertaining read. Despite its shortness, Jeannie Lin managed to develop an engaging plot, develop a believable attraction and eventual romance between Jia and Luo Cheng, and deliver a satisfying ending. I can't really complain about how short this was because she managed to w...
T. L. Morganfield
T. L. Morganfield rated it
5.0 Capturing the Silken Thief
Finally! A non-virgin heroine. I was starting to think that the heroine in historical romances had to be a virgin. I'm glad to see this is not the case. So, overall I rather enjoyed this one. The heroine is a take-no-shit kind of girl, and I liked how she was morally ambiguous. She's no starry-eyed ...
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