Kay Chen Smith, descendent of the Wing Chun legacy, discovers an ancestral book that she prays will give her clues to change her current fate. In the book she discovers the birth of the martial art, Wing Chun, developed by the Buddhist nun, Ng Mui. The true secrets of this deadly martial art are passed to the first female ancestor in her family. This riveting story transports Kay Chen through the ferocious melee during the Ming Dynasty and the Boxer Rebellion to the one woman who will forever alter the course of her own life and that of her country; Kai Chen Boussard. Kai Chen is a blend of Chinese and American, a social outcast where mixed lineage is considered blasphemous and worthy of death. Wing Chun, meaning FOREVER SPRINGTIME, will be Kai Chen’s salvation and curse in a saga of political power, social upheaval, broken vows, unrelenting revenge, and a bittersweet love. This story will also alter Kay Chen Smith’s destiny more than she could have envisioned. A tale spanning from the great land of China to New York’s China Town where the Triad and Tong influence both countries with opium trade and gang wars, FOREVER SPRINGTIME will change many lives.
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Lori Levesque’s background in martial arts spans over 20 years studying Tae Kwon Do, Kenpo Karate, and Kali Stick Fighting, with a new love for Wing Chun. Her background includes serving in the U.S. Army Reserve, serving in law enforcement for 10 years and presently working as a Nurse Clinician. Her interests include reading, movies, cooking, traveling, family, and football. Lori currently lives in Middletown, Ohio. You can contact Lori with questions or comments at her website: www.lorilevesque.com
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Descrizione libro Lori A.\Levesque, 2012. Paperback. Condizione libro: Used: Good. Codice libro della libreria SONG0615684815
Descrizione libro Levesque, Lori A. Paperback. Condizione libro: Good. Light shelf wear and minimal interior marks. Codice libro della libreria G0615684815I3N00