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Red Phoenix (Mass Market Paperbound)
Immortals, martial arts, gods, and demons
The intrigue deepens as the demon threat closes around mortals and gods alike . . .
When Emma Donahoe took the position of nanny to John Chens daughter Simone, she never expected to be caring for the child of a Chinese god, and she didnt expect that demons would want him dead. Nor has moving from nanny to partner in his heavenly realm made Emmas life any easier. Now a powerful race of demons has been created to hunt her and her family from Hong Kong to Europe. And she and Simone have become targets pawns to be used in a deadly celestial power play.
About the Author
Kylie Chan is the bestselling author of the Dark Heavens and Journey to Wudang trilogies. She married a Hong Kong national in a traditional Chinese wedding ceremony and lived in Hong Kong for many years. She now lives in Queensland, Australia, with her two children.
“Packed with Chinese mythology, kick-ass action and sexual tension… a smart, entertaining read.”
“White Tiger is a fast paced novel with liberal quantities of romance, action and fantasy. The present-day setting blends seamlessly with the solid grounding the book has in myth and folklore. It is a rich tapestry of culture, action and love and makes for good entertainment.”
“I feigned illness and took the day off work so I could keep reading.”