That night, long ago, as the rain soaked the ground, he should have turned away instead of foolishly waiting for her! Oh, why did he have to stubbornly wait for her? Their life was now drenched in the colours of both love and blood. That ill-fated night, he kissed her, whereas she thrust the dagger into his chest, clenching tightly the icy white jade hilt and pushing. As Shufeng watch his blood spilling, he was still more bewildered than angered. How could he possibly bear it: killed by the woman he loved? Untold confusion and fear filled his eyes when he simply asked: “Why?" She wanted Shufeng’s brother as the future emperor, and revenge for the death of her family. Crestfallen and heartbroken upon finding out she had been deceived, Emika is willing to sacrifice everything–even at the risk of loosing her human form forever–to find him, be with him and seek forgiveness. A tale packed with sword fights, lies and betrayal, lost love and redemption, court intrigue, crossing world, stolen memories and; a story of a prince fighting back to claim the throne, and a woman changing into a cat.
A wedding planner never thought that she will be the replacement bride for her best friend. Even the groom is NOT the right one. What's going on? Shuusei never forget his encounter with the little girl that he once saved from drowning 16 years ago and became his childhood friend for a year. He vowed to find her until he was forced to marry a woman that he seen only once. She even agreed to the contract marriage one year or when either them doesn't need the other party anymore. The heiress didn't know she was played by the notorious infamous lawyer to be the wife of convenient to hide his lover. But, the contract was so simple it didn't even mention about being pregnant. That exposed her to other threats. Someone wants to see her dead! Another man love confession to Camellia is like a godsend or just adding another turmoil to her love life.
Dragons have been asleep for centuries . . . Now they awakened! From the House of Alucard, the dynasty of long-extinct dragon born, emerged twins with the power to contract dragons once again. Unexpectedly, Ayame, the only hope to unite the order, got kidnapped by the name of the enemy kingdom. Prince Ignitus caught the heart of Ayame. Will she be able to escape his charm? Will she return to Alucard, and bring the long-forgotten glory?
"When will the wedding take place?" I studied the King's face as I awaited his reply. We rode side by side now, and the guards rode a few paces behind us; enough space for us to have private conversations without the risk of being heard. "Three nights from now," he exhaled softly, and I could sense he was fatigued by the furrow of his brow and the raspiness of his words. I had always been perceptive of such things, but at a time like this, it really didn't matter to me how a Daemon was feeling. Could an all-powerful deity really be fatigued? It's not like he was drained of his mother power as I had been. Nevertheless, he did not speak to me unless I ignited conversation, so we rode in silence for a good hour. Eventually, we reached the heart of the kingdom. An ominous, black castle was far off in the distance—the Daemon castle. "Lords and civilians from all six kingdoms will be celebrating with us, so prepare yourself," he broke the silence. "Prepare myself for the unnatural unification of two different species? I will do my best," I smiled. He tilted his head and cocked his brow. "Is it too late for me to return you to your father, or would that be a great offense to His Majesty?" "He would not be surprised, Your Grace. The only surprise would be that a Daemon king concerned himself with whether or not others are offended by his actions," my eyes met his. "I did not express that I wouldn't go through with it, I simply asked if it would offend," he defended; it must be embarrassing for a Daemon to be seen in even a sliver of good light. "Well, in that case, I stand by your decision in taking me back. I am the kind of wife that would support her husband's decision, you see. Obedient—is that what they call it? I do ask one simple favor, if you don't mind," I carefully read his expression as the words of snark spilled from my mouth. I really had no control over my behavior, but before a Daemon king, it would be wiser to watch my tongue. "Go on," he said, seeming to play along. "Take my brother Braden instead. I may be crass, but I cannot suffer another minute in his shadow." "No offense to your brother, but I prefer a more feminine bride, so I believe that means you're stuck here." he voiced firmly. I frowned. "Unless you have a sister?" Drakvol raised his brow again, and the corners of his mouth tugged upward ever so slightly. I clicked my tongue—the sound audible even against the loud trotting of hooves on stone. "Then you will be calling this home for the years ahead," he nodded his head to the castle looming above us. ~~Princess Lorelei of the Fae Kingdom is arranged to marry the demon Prince Drakvol once he becomes king of Lucem. Lorelei must revive her powers and defeat her husband before he destroys the balance of light and dark. What could a demon possibly gain by marrying a princess of light? Follow her as she unravels the secrets of her husband, tangled within the castle of the Black Kingdom. ~~
The war destroyed world order. High energies of wepons of humanity made the fragile barier to spirit world crack. Monsters with stange powers started to emerge. Survive this era with protagonist Darius Krobelis, university student.
ΔOur family was cursed now so are weΔ Years ago, dragons ruled the mortal realm, they were worshipped by mortals and demigods alike, treated like the gods who envied the love and adoration all held for the dragons. When falsely accused of something they didn't do, everything changed. The dragons were accused of stealing the prizes dragon heart from the very God Ryo Wo, who guarded the sacred stone in the depths of the Kara-Tur Realm. Sentenced to live their existence in shells of bodies far more fragile than their own true forms, their dragons were trapped to the confines of their mortal minds. Their once giant forms became a faded memory as the mortals who once praised them stopped believing in the legend of the sky dwellers, of dragons who could move the sea and raise storms powerful enough to wipe out entire nations. Their memory now lost in time as their existence slowly became nothing but bedtime stories told to children. That was until a prophecy came to be. A prophecy that spoke of the children of the dragons and war rising in the horizon.
Have you ever wondered if you could find an undiscovered slice of the past, something no one else knows? If you could stumble upon the thoughts and histories of this mysterious figure that knows things that nobody else does? Would you read along?
Johan has joined the army to fight in the Great War, pretty much against the wishes of everyone who cared for him back in the village. Why? To travel the world, in order to find a way to deal with the disturbing dreams he's been having. Meanwhile, an ominous figure appears from the woods near the frontlines, as if brought there by the wind... A mystical adventure set in a somewhat realistic, early-modern-europe kind of world, where everything feels like a dream and, at the same time, more real than reality itself.
Have you ever wondered what happens after death? Do you go to a mystical afterlife? Reincarnate? Transmigrate? After dying, the only thing this Protagonist knows is that he awoke in a strange desolate land with nothing, not even his own memory. Only a strange system in his bare skull.