The Lady's Scandalous Night [NOOK Book]

Overview


Tang Dynasty China, 759 A.D.

Yao Ru Jiang, known as River, has woven many romantic dreams of honorable swordsman Wei Chen from her brother's stories. Their meeting should have been a happy event; instead, Chen arrives to tell River he is duty bound to kill her brother for rebelling against the warlord they both serve.

River would do anything to distract the handsome, conflicted warrior from his mission—even ...

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The Lady's Scandalous Night

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Overview


Tang Dynasty China, 759 A.D.

Yao Ru Jiang, known as River, has woven many romantic dreams of honorable swordsman Wei Chen from her brother's stories. Their meeting should have been a happy event; instead, Chen arrives to tell River he is duty bound to kill her brother for rebelling against the warlord they both serve.

River would do anything to distract the handsome, conflicted warrior from his mission—even take him as a lover….

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459213005
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Series: Harlequin Historical Undone Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 480,496
  • File size: 242 KB

Meet the Author


Jeannie Lin grew up fascinated with stories of Western fantasy and Eastern martial arts adventures. She started writing her first romance while working as a high school science teacher in South Central L.A. After four years of trying to break into publishing, her Asian-set historical, Butterfly Swords, won the 2009 Golden Heart and sold to Harlequin Mills & Boon. She continues to write historical romances set in the Tang Dynasty.
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  • Posted October 2, 2011

    Sexy and Sweet

    Once again, Jeannie Lin draws us into the world of Tang Dynasty China with a tale of love that is both sexy and sweet.

    Yao Ru Jiang, called River, would do anything to save her rebel brother. Even seduce his executioner. Wei Chen wants nothing less than to hunt and kill his longtime friend for betraying their commander, but he is bound by honor to bring him to justice.

    When he is waylaid by River's charms, will Chen lose the trail of the outlaw, or will he lose his heart?

    The Lady's Scandalous Night is a hot little warm-up act to her next full-length release, The Dragon and the Pearl. Despite its short length, it is long on emotion.

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