I was attracted to this story because of its setting in the 1920s Chicago and the aspect of the immigrant experience, especially within a speakeasy. Those parts work really well and I felt the author delivered a great deal here.
A Chinese girl is practically owned by a criminal but begins to have feelings for someone else.
We learn about her life in China and in the US and witness her dilemma. The tension over her feelings is well portrayed and overall, Susie is a great main character.
The supernatural part adds a new dimension to it and has its justification within the story, but I enjoyed the other aspects more.
It is an entertaining read that will please fans of the fantasy and paranormal genre for sure and should also find a positive reception amongst lovers of unusual historical fiction.On Smashwords: HERE
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