Rose In The Morning 玫瑰之晨 – 林笛儿 Lin Di Er (HE)

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At twenty six years of age, which is just ripe for love and romance, Shu Chang is sadly saddled with the financial and emotional burden of having to care for her elder brother who is retarded and suffering from kidney failure.

Pei Di Wen, an unassuming, yet extremely outstanding person who quietly made a conscious decision to protect her, love her and groom her to become an award winning journalist. For three years, as the chief editor, he silently stood behind her, took her under his personal tutelage and paved the way for her career to advance smoothly. Eventually, the time was right for him to make his move.

But unknowingly to all, Shu Chang was badly hurt before. Legally married for only three months to her university sweetheart, she was forced to get a divorce by her mother-in-law who could not accept Shu Chang’s financial commitments to her brother.

Just when Shu Chang slowly learns to trust and love again, the winds of betrayal threatens to blow once more, shattering her heart. She discovers Pei Di Wen isn’t really just the Chief Editor, his background is a lot more complicated than she can ever hope to handle.

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3 Responses

  1. XinnXinn
    XinnXinn September 3, 2014 at 4:34 am |

    This book is written by the same author of Paper Rose which was posted by Peanuts and it’s part of the Rose Series. The third book in the series is War of the Roses (玫瑰战争). None of these books are related.

    If we have a Bai Yan in Paper Rose, we have a Shu Chang in Rose In The Morning, both female leads’ literally shine. But Kang Jian of Paper Rose loses out to Pei Di Wen here by a mile (I belief quite a number of us hated Kang Jian).

    In a nutshell, Rose In The Morning is a little like a modern day Cinderella who got swept away by the her handsome prince, and ultimately brought to live happily ever after in a castle in his kingdom.

    It has been a long time since I read such a lovely book. It was so romantic of the male lead to quietly loved her although I thought it quite silly that she got married and divorced right underneath his nose, without him knowing it. But I guess, this is how the story is being told, it is not about a loud arrogant male lead crashing in and forcefully dragging off the female lead. It is about how he slowly convinces her to love again, how he mentally tells himself never to lose her again (after he found out about her short marriage), how he acted in such a gentlemanly manner even though he has to suffer one grievance after another and how he dare not even tell her his age for fear of exerting pressure on her…..and a whole lot more…..

  2. sweettooth
    sweettooth October 8, 2014 at 8:33 am |

    it’s a pity since i’ve taken a liking to this book just by reading your review, and unfortunately i could not access the ebook link. T T. However, thanks for the review! 🙂

  3. XinnXinn
    XinnXinn October 8, 2014 at 2:18 pm |

    Hi sweettooth, here’s the link to another site to read the book if you’re still interested :- http://book.sto.cc/5304-1/

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