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The Dragon Earl (The Regency Rags to Riches Series, Book 4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2008

    A superb historical romance

    Evelyn Stanton is about to marry the Earl of Warhaven when the ceremony is interrupted by a Chinese monk. He walks down the aisle claiming he is the legitimate earl. Jacob Cato says his family was murdered in China, but he survived because monks gave him sanctuary in a temple.-------------- Before he can join the order, Jacob must avenge the deaths of his family by exposing and killing those who paid the assassins. To do this he must become the earl of Warhaven so he can enter the otherwise barred rooms of the Ton for the killers hide behind those doors. Whereas other are skeptical of his claim, Evelyn believes him and says so. As they begin to fall in love, Evelyn's kindness begins to teach Jacob he can walk a different path other than vengeance to attain nirvana like a lifetimes walk with Evelyn at his side.----------------- Jacob is the key to this superb historical romance as he feels pulled by two cultures. He feels Chinese inside having spent a ¿lifetime¿ with local monks, but needs his English heritage to ¿cleanse¿ his soul by avenging his family. On top of his confusion, Evelyn gets inside his heart. With some suspense on and off throughout, Jade Lee provides a wonderful refreshing tale of the DRAGON EARL who chooses love over hate to the delight of the monks who gave him tender care when he needed it.------------ Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2014

    Loved it from beginning to end! 

    Loved it from beginning to end! 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2009

    Hot Hot Hot

    This is a must read. Sizzling, I could not put it down!

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