[Ebook] ➤ Song of the Crimson Flower By Julie C. Dao – Linkadvantage.info

From The Acclaimed Author Of Forest Of A Thousand Lanterns Comes A Fantastical New Tale Of Darkness And Love, In Which Magical Bonds Are Stronger Than BloodWill Love Break The Spell After Cruelly Rejecting Bao, The Poor Physician S Apprentice Who Loves Her, Lan, A Wealthy Nobleman S Daughter, Regrets Her Actions So When She Finds Bao S Prized Flute Floating In His Boat Near Her House, She Takes It Into Her Care, Not Knowing That His Soul Has Been Trapped Inside It By An Evil Witch, Who Cursed Bao, Telling Him That Only Love Will Set Him Free Though Bao Now Despises Her, Lan Vows To Make Amends And Help Break The SpellTogether, The Two Travel Across The Continent, Finding Themselves In The Presence Of Greatness In The Forms Of The Great Forest S Empress Jade And Commander Wei They Journey With Wei, Getting Tangled In The Webs Of War, Blood Magic, And Romance Along The Way Will Lan And Bao Begin To Break The Spell That S Been Placed Upon Them Or Will They Be Doomed To Live Out Their Lives With Black Magic Running Through Their Veins In This Fantastical Tale Of Darkness And Love, Some Magical Bonds Are Stronger Than Blood Song of the Crimson Flower

About the Author: Julie C. Dao

www.juliedao.com is a proud Vietnamese American who was born in upstate New York She studied medicine in college, but came to realize blood and needles were her Kryptonite By day, she worked in science news and research by night, she wrote books about heroines unafraid to fight for their dreams, which inspired her to follow her passion of becoming a published author Forest of a Thousand Lanterns is her debut novel Julie lives in New England Follow her on Twitter jules_writes.Julie is represented by Tamar Rydzinski of the Laura Dail Literary Agency.

10 thoughts on “Song of the Crimson Flower

  1. says:

    YA fantasy romance is a genre that rarely serves me, a lesbian, this well, but Julie C Dao understands tenderness and was ready to give it to us This was excellent She looked up and saw the love in Bao s eyes the love that had never left him, not even in his anger and she couldn t help feeling that it might all be worth it It wasn t just the right t

  2. says:

    This Review Blog Twitter Instagram Actual Rating 3.5 stars Love isn t waiting for someone to remember me Love isn t dreaming about them all alone Love is talking together, forgiving each other, finding common threads in the lives we want I ve learned that now You taught me I picked this book in a moment of excitement when it was available for downloadin

  3. says:

    ARC provided in exchange for honest review

  4. says:

    I m ready

  5. says:

    ARC received in exchange for an honest review thank you So, confession time I didn t actually finish this book I wouldn t normally rate it, but I did get 55% of the way through and I knew I would end up giving it this rating anyway, even if I managed to struggle all the way though to the end So, why such a low rating Because the heroine is a COW Lan is the daugh

  6. says:

    A Vietnamese YA fantasy that reads like a fairytale and includes mentions of characters and events and details of a world I m already familiar with Yes, please This book was one I flew through in what basically amounts to one sitting, and I truly enjoyed the experience The characters, the story, the world everything came together really well

  7. says:

    This best way I can describe this book is simple The writing is simple but pretty Its has a slow in the beginning but picks up after the love interest gets turned into a flute its that kind of fairy tale The two main characters are simple and fun to read I think this is the first time I have read of the boy love interest being awkward and bumbling instead of the girl The other

  8. says:

    So excited for a book steeped in Vietnamese culture D

  9. says:

    You can find this review on my blog Shades of Paper Soon, she would make Ba and Mama proud, and she would have everything a lovely, elegant wing of the Huynh s home, servants to tend to her every wish as a cherished daughter in law, and Tam, the handsome young man who wove his love for her into the melody o a flute beneath the moon After completely falling in love with Fore

  10. says:

    3.5 starsI really, really love the concept of this book and I was so ready 5 star this until it started telling over showing important plot and character details While I m completely behind how the story DOES end, the progression to that ending feels unnaturally truncated To reiterate, I fully support how the whole plot was outlined However, the Bao and Lan relationship along with Mist

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