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The Lotus Blossom Chronicles
The Lotus Blossom Chronicles
Author: Jax Cassidy, Simone Harlow
The Lotus Blossom Chronicles is an interracial romance consisting of an Asian man with an African American woman and an Arabic prince with an African slave catcher. In Jax Cassidy's Siren's Seduction, a man scarred by the lost of his wife wonders aimlessly through life until a extraordinary woman shows him that the heart can heal and he can love...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781600430343
ISBN-10: 1600430341
Publication Date: 3/17/2008
Pages: 250
Edition: First
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Publisher: Parker Publishing, LLC
Book Type: Paperback
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"The Lotus Blossom Chronicles" contains two stories about enduring through hardship and finding love.

"Siren's Seduction" by Jax Cassidy is a contemporary story with a very lush, dreamy quality. The author's writing is rich, lyrical, and dripping with sensuality. It's a softer erotica than most of that found in the market today and brings together an interesting mix of Asian and African-American characters. Niko and Dove are both lonely souls, having suffered deep losses ealier in their lives. Niko lost his wife and future child, and Dove her sister. Niko searched out Dove to pass on some horrible news, but he is distracted by her beauty and stunned to find himself so attracted to her. These two manage are drawn and build a relationship, but an angry figure from Dove's past and Niko's secret will put their love to the test.

"Concubine" by Simone Harlow is a futuristic story set in Africa. Harlow's writing is grittier and more openly erotic, and her characters definitely heat up the reading experience! Nyssa lost her husband, the king, to the king's demented first daughter who spared her life and turned her into a bounty hunter. Nyssa lives to gain an opportunity to catch a glimpse of her daughter who now lives with the queen as her heir. When the queen offers Nyssa a chance to regain her daughter with a terrible bargain, Nyssa still jumps at the chance. The queen's concubine has escaped and Nyssa must hunt him down and return him to the queen. While Nyssa will do anything to save her daughter, can she live with herself if she condemns a man to the life she once had? And when she meets Asad, the choices become more difficult when he draws from her lusts and feelings like she's never felt before.

This is a book with two very different stories, both based on the rebirth symbolism of the lotus flower. I enjoyed both stories and will be interested to see what's next from these authors.
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