The Palace

The Palace

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tashany56 By tashany56 Updated Oct 02, 2016

Cai Ling lu got sent away to his  uncle, a general of the imperial army. " I dare you to sneak into the emperor's Harem...."  

I didn't want to,but to prove something I did. I Never imagined things could get any worse.

"Come here...." he said. " remove your robes."

Trembling now.
"I uh, I don-nt resign here...." I stutter out. Please. ..." I said.

While Stepping back and clutching my robes in my hands, trying to move back from his advances, I hit the wall behind me unable to move any further. 

"P-please....." I pleaded.

 he smirk and took a step closer, why is this happening  to me I thought, tears began to well in my eyes. He was close now, too close for my liking,  he reach out his hands to pull at my clothes, that is  when everything went black.

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Titanpixel Titanpixel May 09, 2016
Interest story but I hope you don't use Chinese words unnecessary.
BlackFoxFujoshi BlackFoxFujoshi Jun 10, 2016
I like the story so far, thank you also, it is easier for me to understand since you put in the English meanings for the Chinese, I'm slow the second I leave school so I would be all different shades of confused so, once again thank you.
happy-olives happy-olives Jun 01, 2016
Interesting, one thing though hearm is actually spelled as harem.
bloopergone bloopergone Mar 27, 2016
Omg! The description got me by the throat,  it sounds so interesting! I love it when the seme is somewhat commanding while the uke has this fragile/adorable personality
hadesqueenfk hadesqueenfk Jun 02, 2016
The story is good but the whole Chinese language concept messes with the grammar. You should reduce the amount of time you use it.
SMyDesire SMyDesire Sep 19, 2016
Grammar 😱 The story is interesting but it's so difficult to follow because of the lack of capital letters and punctuation marks.