Hinata longed for his Eiji to return from war. Alone in the idyllic countryside whilst other areas of Japan were torn asunder. One day, he receives a letter from his lover filled with the scent of sunflowers and his undying love for him, followed by official news of his presumed death at Iwo Jima. Heartbroken. Yet determined to honor his promise to Eiji; to live the life they were unable to live together. Eiji fought honorably for Japan at Iwo Jima. He fell injured in a banzai charge to be classified as dead. He recovered with the aid of an American lieutenant who escorted him back into the mainland for espionage work. His one chance and hope of return to Hinata's side. A controversial risk of a war story set at the end of WW2, 1945 within Hiroshima and Nagano, Japan. Two sides of the war are shown from the individual perspectives of same-sex lovers Hinata and Eiji. More than a boys love. An emotional drama, revealing heart and souls of people surviving America's assault. Hope from the consequences suffered at war's end. [Cover art by author, depicting Eiji]
Nekane can't be pregnant. Can she? It was impossible. Wasn't it impossible? ---------------------------------------------- Nekane live a fast-paced life with an unconventional career at an important company. She uses all her resources to get what she wants and is damn good at it. What will a child mean for those resources? She knows there is much to lose, but is it possible there is much to gain? And besides: Who is the father???
The Demon Wars has ended. The Draconids have gone to slumber. Relative peace has returned to the world. Nestled in the Arabor Canyons a group of four elite soldiers disguised as resort employees, each with a unique and powerful ability, serve as the first line of defense to the young Kindgom of Cassun. A succubus, dark elf, half-demon, and half-dragon operate the Royal Cassun, a hot spring resort known for gourmet food, hospitality, and of course remarkble springs capable of curing even the gravest of wounds. Bear witness to these brave ladies as they defend against threats from the skies, the surface, and... the Abyssal Depths.
Jason Slate was your ordinary spy, if you could say such things about spies. High marksmanship, battle tested, and expert infiltrator. Never has he lost a battle, and never has his mark escaped. Though while finishing up his latest assignment, the unexpected happened. Now Jason has been thrust into a world of martial arts and cultivation in a body of a five year old and given a new name and purpose. Into a land where the strong rule over the weak and corruption reins free. The only way to return home is to become the strongest in the land. He must attain the cultivation rank of God within his lifetime. Can he survive? How exactly will this master infiltrator adapt into this strange world?
Ava, a strong and beautiful woman in her early twenties, is special in so many ways. But, without argument, there is one trait in particular that stands out above the rest. Her occupation. Since the latter half of her teens, Ava has been working for one of the most powerful men in America as his private mercenary—tying up loose ends in all his illegal dealings. This man was not only her boss, but her father. While other kids were playing in the park, Ava was forced to study the lethal arts of espionage. Over the lonely years of intense isolation and training, she had eventually become accustomed to the high-risk lifestyle that came with being an assassin, even finding joy in the merciless act of killing for profit. One horribly botched job later, everything changed. Facing years behind bars at the state’s high-security correctional facility, Ava now finds herself facing new obstacles of survival and treachery. But even with the everyday trials and tribulations of prison life, she manages to form a few new promising relationships along the way. Through these new acquaintanceships, Ava soon becomes involved in an organized movement that wants to help her exact vengeance on the power-hungry crime boss and set the record straight. Ever present in the back of Ava’s mind, one burning question remains: How can I ever trust anyone again?