Drakkon

Drakkon

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vongola By CrestFallenStar Completed

When Daiyu is summoned with dozens of other girls to be the Emperor's concubine, she doesn't think that she'll be chosen. Although beautiful and kind, she's hardly qualified to be with the emperor, whose name is stained with blood and whose reputation is blacker than sin. When she accidentally catches the eye of Emperor Meilin, however, he surprises her by naming her his bride and future empress of the empire.

How will the kind and sweet Daiyu escape from the clutches of the emperor? Will he capture his little rabbit, or will she run before it's too late?

Cover by @Forcade
Video by @AlyxMck

ebukaj ebukaj Jan 01
Wow, exactly mine point
                              Itz bcoz of dat I don't lyk reading wattpad books only d 1's dat had been awarded wich  I knw wuld make sense.
                              Dat wat writer supposed 2 b made of skill wich  u hve u rock whoever u are
PhoenixWithWater PhoenixWithWater Dec 29, 2016
I'm planning a story that is set in the Silla Dynasty, so most of my character's are probably korean. Still not sure if there were foreigners entering Seorabeol back then.
Duragaun Duragaun Dec 29, 2016
you have a really distinctive writing style, i'm so into the story now and will keep reading it
Urifour Urifour Dec 29, 2016
Yes! Finally I've been looking for an Asian protagonist! Usually when people do minority they usually use African American or Mexican. But I really wanted to find one protagonist who is like Mulan or something else. (The Lunar Chronicles has this too though.) I can't wait to read it.
My opinion is: the majority of Wattpad's popular book has white people lead, and people follow their footsteps. They think, that if the main lead is a white person, the story will become popular too.
Trisscar Trisscar Jan 06
i just have to point out at  no. 2 the whole tall blond blue eyes doesn't exactly dictate skin colour or nationality. There are a few authors that don't even define skin colour or culture which means it falls the the reader to imagine the characters how  they wish