Title and Author: Chung Jo and the Sea Dragon by Erica Laurie
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Sea Dragon doesn't mind killing people in his quest to get a bride
I am totally hooked on the sweet Korean fantasy tales written by Erica Laurie. Family and true love play significant roles in each story making them very wholesome and enjoyable and I don't have to worry about dealing with foul language in Erica's books.
In "Chung Jo and the Sea Dragon", Yong the Sea Dragon is so lonely that he shipwrecks ship after ship in an effort to bring a bride to the depths of the ocean. Love can not be forced so his efforts fail to bring him a bride. On land Chung Jo wishes for love but is totally devoted to caring for her blind father and focuses on looking for work instead. She stumbles into love that she never expected to find. However the Sea Dragon believes Chung Jo is his bride-to-be and just as she is about to get married, Yong offers her the promise of a cure for her father's blindness. Will her devotion to her father and her desire to see his sight restored cause her to leave her true love? Will true love somehow prevail?
Start with the beautiful cover for this story and then see where this story will take you. It will be a beautiful journey.
What mood did this book leave you in?
Dragon, Fairy Tale, Historical, Mythology, Romance
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