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The Sword Dancer - Jeannie Lin
The Sword Dancer
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Jeannie Lin,NOOK Book (eBook) - Original,Series: Harlequin Historical Series 1142, English-language edition,Pub by Harlequin on 06-01-2013
Jeannie Lin,NOOK Book (eBook) - Original,Series: Harlequin Historical Series 1142, English-language edition,Pub by Harlequin on 06-01-2013
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781460313718 (1460313712)
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Tang Dynasty 0.5 (#4)
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T. L. Morganfield
T. L. Morganfield rated it
4.0
Another good work by Jeannie Lin, though I felt this one suffered a bit too much from overly fast pacing and easy-outs rather than exploring the harder options.
Khanh the Killjoy
Khanh the Killjoy rated it
3.0
"After many heartbeats, Han spoke. 'We must have known each other in a former life. Fate keeps on bringing us together.''We keep on meeting because you keep hunting me down,' she said with a scowlHe lifted his head and gave her a look that bordered on fondness."Face it, Han. Li Feng is just not into...
Darlene Marshall, author
Darlene Marshall, author rated it
4.0
I loved this book. It's for fans of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon", Jackie Chan movies, great love stories, and historical romance. I really enjoyed how the characters were drawn, their relationship developing in a thoughtful fashion with true issues and problems, not fake or spurious conflict. It...
What Happens in Books
What Happens in Books rated it
4.0
4.5 starsThis review is for a free copy courtesy of Harlequin via NetGalleyThis was a very enjoyable, exciting book, I found myself rushing thorough it, but when I finished it I wanted to relive it again, slower.The Sword Dancer is set in China during the Tang Dynasty, an unfamiliar setting for me, ...
Bookworm Dreams
Bookworm Dreams rated it
3.0 Action-packed historical romance set in China
Asia, especially China and Japan, have always been an interesting topic for me. Trips to these countries are too expensive, so the only way I can visit them is through books. The Sword Dancer immediately got my attention with a picture of a girl in a kimono wielding a sword on a cover. I haven't hea...
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