Forbidden Blossom (Skyline Mansion Book 1) by Nola Li Barr
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A decades-old scandal. A mysterious inheritance. Can a young woman survive a family desperate to keep their past buried?
2010. Anne Huang never cared to call anywhere home. But her carefree lifestyle of blogging and travel is interrupted when a stranger with ties to her family bequeaths her a fortune. And with no knowledge of her history, she soon finds herself thrown in with a nest of billionaire vipers determined to lock away their skeletons.
1946. Seventeen-year-old Rose Chen’s quiet life is shattered when she’s dragged from Taiwan and forced to immigrate to the U.S. And her nightmare continues when she arrives in San Francisco, only to be shipped off by her parents to serve in a wealthy American’s household. But her dutiful-daughter status soon comes under threat when her risky friendship with her white employer’s son transforms into something taboo.
Confronted by jealous rivals, Anne battles distrust and hidden agendas as she tries to understand more about her birthright and learns the value of love. And as Rose wrestles with her complicated feelings in a private journal, she unwittingly leaves a stunning legacy to a granddaughter she’ll never know…
Can their lives come full circle to close one door and open another?
Forbidden Blossom is the heartfelt first book in the Skyline Mansion women’s fiction series. If you like soul-searching heroines, paths to self-discovery, and stories of perseverance and inner strength, then you’ll adore Nola Li Barr’s generation-spanning tale.
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Nola Li Barr loves nothing more than to hide in her room and read for the entire day. But alas, that was not meant to be. She’s worked as an engineer testing space equipment, an engineer growing LEDs and microchips, and as an event planner, but her love always came back to books. She writes Women’s Fiction and clean romance. Small snippets of Chinese American culture are sprinkled throughout her stories in hopes of sharing her own culture with the world. When she’s not writing she can be found reading, making photo books, and navigating the path of motherhood.