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  • Not the Yellow Brick Road

    This was so different from my usual reading material but once I got into it I was drawn into the story and just had to keep reading. It tells the story of Nao the son of the leader of the Japanese mob. He is an outcast and to try and escape his past heruns a little tea shop in his home town of Kyoto. Kyoto is being infiltrated by the Korean mafia who are attempting to oust Nao's family from power. Nao rescues a badly injured man from the river not knowing that this man is the second in command of the Koreans, He is drawn to this man Saehyun and there follows a story of lies and deceit and an ending that is both sad and shocking. This was such an enthralling story. Once engrossed you just have to read right to the end.

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  • Blood Stained Tea

    The story line was very interesting! I loved the cultural differences between the characters. The differences were suttle but it made them so opposite in many ways. I have a very short memory so, I can't give you much detail. Really enjoyed the book.

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  • The Yakuza Path

    Interesting book if you like korean and japanese mafia conflicts. It was easy to read but a little bit plain.

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  • Who knew that tea could go so deep?

    I absolutely love this series so I definitely recommend this book highly. For starters each book is something new and great and not just a overdone romance that endlessly repeats like other books. I think I got into this book because it just sounds so different from anything else I've seen. I love how Nao is so complicated and how he looks at things so differently from any other character. Blood stained tea really made me love Nao and want to see what he made of the twists and turns he goes through. I'll tell you that I fell in love with both him and Saehyun . Happ y reading!

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  • Blood stained tea

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