The year she turned seventeen Kim Ly met Annabella, a classmate of mixed racial parentage. She had brown skin and fuzzy black hair from her African American blood. Though her mother was Vietnamese, Annabella’s face had no Asian features. Her broad shoulders were particularly brawny when she wore a close-fitting shirt, and she loved tight shirts. She was taller than most girls in the class. In skirts with knee-high white stockings, her long legs loped in happy strides.
5 Star Award from Readers Favorite for my book "Rainedrops From Heaven" shortly to be released in a special book launch! Watch this space for announcements it is not too far off now - great gifts for christmas prezzies!
"The Demon Who Peddled Longing" is being honored as a SHELF UNBOUND NOTABLE BOOK among 2015 Indie Best fiction in the category of literary fiction. Visit Shelf Unbound Magazine, December/January issue, Literary Fiction, pages
Author of Choice Recommended without reservation, The Demon Who Peddled Longing is highly deserving of your attention whilst BookViral has no hesitation in naming Khanh Ha our fourth ever author of choice.