Cd Music - Dvd Movie & VHS Tapes & Book Place by CHMailOrder

The US Website to Buy Online : Cd Music & Movies - Dvd - Vintage Vhs - Books - Knights Templar Items - Holistic Magnetic Bracelets - Usb Wind Proof Lighters - Christian Jewelry - Flags - & More

Hearts of the Morning Calm By Galen Kindley

$9.75
DISCOUNTS
Quantity:
Add to cart
51skii9xjml
  • Hearts of the Morning Calm By Galen Kindley image 1
  • Hearts of the Morning Calm By Galen Kindley image 2
1 of 2
Payment options
PayPal
Shipping options
Estimated to arrive by Thu, Mar 5th

The seller offers expedited shipping. Add the item to your cart and view your cart to select a shipping method.

This estimate is based on:

  • The seller's handling time
  • USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) transit time to US

Actual delivery times may vary. Have shipping questions? Contact the seller

$4.48 via USPS Media Mail (2 to 9 business days) to United States
Other shipping options
Quantity Available
Only one in stock, order soon
Return policy
Returns Accepted Learn more »

Item details

Condition
Good
ISBN
1-931419-00-0
Format
Paperback
Publication Year
2001
Language
English
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Author
Kindley, Galen
ISBN-10
1936144875
binding
Paperback
brand
Brand: Zumaya Embraces
manufacturer
Zumaya Embraces
Number Of Pages
268
Publication Date
2010-03-22
ean
9781936144877
Topic
Fictin Romance

About this item

Hearts of the Morning Calm By Galen Kindley

 

Since 2333 BC, long before the Western world was new, antiquity's name for Korea was Chosun...Land of the Morning Calm. In the fall of 1978, a small traditional jewelry shop in modern steel-and-glass Seoul, Korea, becomes Destiny's playground. Fate capriciously induces an American military officer to browse the store and, in so doing, meet an intriguing and lovely Asian woman. Foolishly, but helplessly, the Jason and Young fall in love. Their chance encounter and reluctant commitment initiates a tangled and haunting journey. For Jason, it is one of discovery not just of the woman he loves but her country and her people. Young seems too modern to be bound by the role assigned women in traditional Korean culture, so he dares to dream of taking her home to Alabama. But what does a woman do when her heart is torn between the man she loves and the family she honors?