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The Heavenly Bride Book 2

K. J. Joyner

Publisher: Writers of the Apocalypse

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Summary

Lhung is a celestial dragon trapped in mortal form - and no one can see him. That is, until he meets the girl in the garden who can see him very well indeed.  He falls in love. She is content to be friends.
 
In this, the second book in the series, the mystery around is slowly unraveling - but will Lhung take notice at last?
 
Warning: HB is an adult amer-manga and *sometimes* contains adult content.

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