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Maham 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

  • blood
  • concubine
  • dragon
  • emperor
  • empire
  • empress
  • evil
  • fantasy
  • historical
  • king
  • merciless
  • queen
  • rabbit
  • romance
  • sin
  • violence
  • war
  • wattys2016
  • wife
Dee_baiii Dee_baiii Jun 29
Girl I loved this whole rant. It’s rare that I’ve seen an author talk about this, and the whole time I’m silently cheering reading it ( its early in the AM girl😂)
Technically speaking, internationally, white people are the minority. But yeah sure
PeachyApple10 PeachyApple10 3 days ago
Yea!! Like there are a lot of books set in America and England or Europe. Why not a book set in Australia or Asia or Africa?
                              Like here in Australia, it’s very multicultural
OmellyCat OmellyCat Jul 06
I absolutely agree. I personally wouldn't write one for now. But that's because I don't think I know enough yet about what other races go through to write one without being offensive. But I think you have a fantastic point.
PeachyApple10 PeachyApple10 3 days ago
Ppl should really start coming up with their own ideas and stories. They are stealing someone else’s hard work, they should be happy that they are getting to read this work for free but no...they go ahead stealing other’s work. They should start learning about respect and privacy
I’m white and I live in a community where minorities are, well, a minority. I’m exposed to more white people and I don’t know much of other races culture and therefore I “whitewash” my books to not offend other cultures