An Illicit Temptation [NOOK Book]

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Tang Dynasty China, 824 A.D.

Dao was raised as a servant, but when her half-sister flees an arranged marriage to a chieftain, Dao is sent in her place as Princess An-Ming. Such a future is better than she could have hoped for, yet she dreads a passionless union with a stranger.

Taken as a virtual hostage to the Imperial court, Kwan-Li is torn between his people and his duty to the emperor. He is bound by honor to escort the princess safely ...

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An Illicit Temptation

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Overview


Tang Dynasty China, 824 A.D.

Dao was raised as a servant, but when her half-sister flees an arranged marriage to a chieftain, Dao is sent in her place as Princess An-Ming. Such a future is better than she could have hoped for, yet she dreads a passionless union with a stranger.

Taken as a virtual hostage to the Imperial court, Kwan-Li is torn between his people and his duty to the emperor. He is bound by honor to escort the princess safely across the wild and untamed steppe, but the greatest danger they face on the long journey may be the forbidden temptation of each otherÂ…

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459238923
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 9/1/2012
  • Series: Chinese Tang Dynasty
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 224,322
  • File size: 138 KB

Meet the Author


Jeannie Lin grew up fascinated with stories of Western epic fantasy and Eastern martial arts adventures. When her best friend introduced her to romance novels in middle school, the stage was set. Jeannie started writing her first romance while working as a high school science teacher in South Central Los Angeles. Her first two books have received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly and Library Journal and The Dragon and the Pearl was listed among Library Journal's Best Romances of 2011.

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  • Posted September 3, 2012

    Lin Is An Outstanding Storyteller!

    In "An Illicit Tempation," a serving girl takes the place of princess in this tale that takes our heroine across the wild steppe of ancient Asia. Though young Dao is grateful for her sudden elevation in status, it means marrying a barbarian far from the only home she’s ever known, something she is quite willing to accept. But being a princess loses its appeal as Dao falls for her escort, Kwan-Li, a man with a hidden past.
    Author Jeannie Lin’s ability to take the reader to a foreign land in a time readers know little about is unparalleled. “An Illicit Temptation” is a lunchtime read, short, but it will leave you satisfied emotionally. The scene description and introductions to the culture of the time are so well done, you will be left craving more. Lin is an outstanding storyteller, and “Temptation” proves she can create a wonderful romance in very few words.

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