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Capturing the Silken Thief (Mills & Boon Historical Undone) - Jeannie Lin
Capturing the Silken Thief (Mills & Boon Historical Undone)
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***Jeannie Lin's novella introducing the pleasure quarter known as the North Hamlet, the setting of The Lotus Palace***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... show more
***Jeannie Lin's novella introducing the pleasure quarter known as the North Hamlet, the setting of The Lotus Palace***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: B007D5U3KC
Publisher: Mills & Boon Historical Undone
Pages no: 58
Edition language: English
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3.0 Capturing the Silken Thief by Jeannie Lin
I quite enjoyed this short novella, but at the same time I have very little to say about it. I liked the characters and I liked the set up. I especially liked that he was smart enough to figure out what she'd done. I even liked the writing, but nothing in it was memorable enough to rouse any stronge...
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