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The Lotus Palace - Jeannie Lin
The Lotus Palace
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Format: kindle
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages no: 382
Edition language: English
Series: The Pingkang Li Mysteries (#1)
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Ani's Book Abyss
Ani's Book Abyss rated it
4.0 Thoughts: The Lotus Palace
The Lotus Palace by Jeannie Lin Book 1 of The Pingkang Li Mysteries It is a time of celebration in the Pingkang Li, where imperial scholars and bureaucrats mingle with beautiful courtesans. At the center is the Lotus Palace, home of the most exquisite courtesans in China... Maidservant Yue-yin...
Jocelyn (The Reading World)
Jocelyn (The Reading World) rated it
0.0 The Lotus Palace by Jeannie Lin
I think this is the most romantic of Jeannie Lin's books I've read so far. All the other ones seem to be so forbidden all the time, stolen moments of bliss against a situation of how the relationship would never be accepted by society. Sure, this has that too, but it takes some time to get there. Th...
Familiar Diversions
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3.5 The Lotus Palace by Jeannie Lin
I think this was the first of Jeannie Lin's books not to show up in the books section at my local Walmart – had I seen it, I'd certainly have bought it, because I've liked or loved everything of hers that I've read so far. Instead, I ended up checking it out through my library.This book is set in Ta...
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3.0 The Lotus Palace by Jeannie Lin...not a complete waste of time
I found this author through a review by Khan about it's sequel (which also made me want to watch The Curse of the Golden Flower). So me being me can't knowingly start a series in the middle, got a hold of the first book the Lotus Palace. It had a very slow start up until the halfway mark, it pick...
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4.0 The Lotus Palace (The Pingkang Li Mysteries #1) by Jeannie Lin
This was my first historical romance in Chinese culture. I'd read some fantasy based on old myths, but never anything set in "real life." The culture of the pleasure houses is very vibrant. If the woman is considered a great beauty, she can live a life of ease - hosting grand parties and holding dis...
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