Blue Dragon (Dark Heavens, Book 3)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Dec 8, 2011 - Fiction - 528 pages
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The forces of Hell are poised to strike... Emma's beloved, John Chen, is a 3000 year old Chinese god. He is becoming weaker by the day in his battle to protect her and his daughter from the Demons who pursue them relentlessly. But it is Emma who is nagged by doubts about her own nature, and must find the courage to save them all...

Dark Heavens, Book One.

Emma Donahue went to Hong Kong to become a nanny to John Chen’s daughter. But John’s world is different, and he is no ordinary businessman - all the gods, demons and dragons in hell want him dead. And though she doesn’t know it, Emma holds the power to save them all...

Kylie Chan's Dark Heavens trilogy is the most exciting Urban Fantasy debut of 2010. Already a smash-hit in the author's native Australia it brings a world of Oriental Gods, martial arts action and romance to the genre.

FILE UNDER: Modern Fantasy [Martial arts / Chinese Gods / Magical action / Save the child!]

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User Review  - zjakkelien - LibraryThing

Blue dragon continues in the vein of Red phoenix. Emma learns more energy work, there are attacks by weird demons, and we see some more of the Chinese gods, stones, and dragons. I was disappointed ... Read full review

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User Review  - ashooles - LibraryThing

A good ending to the series. I found my self almost crying at the end. In some ways, I thought some parts dragged on a little too much and did not find the book in general as enjoyable as the first two. But I thoroughly enjoyed the ending and I am looking forward to reading the next series. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Kylie Chan married a Hong Kong national in a traditional Chinese wedding ceremony and lived in Hong Kong for many years. She now lives in Queensland with her two children. White Tiger is her first novel.

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