Swordmaster Dasan Part 2

Adult
Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
It has been three years since Kyo has seen his student when an opportunity to cross paths with him presents itself. He immediately discovers that Loki has gotten into trouble again, and intervenes.

This story contains elements of bondage between two men and is in no way intended, or suitable for underage readers.
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Words: 58,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301596942
About S. Hart

I was raised in a community that still hums with folklore and superstition, and has a flair for drama that would put most to shame. Although that may not come across in novels such as these, I have a separate hard drive that holds my other work. I prefer to write stories centered around dark humor, drama and terrible circumstances mixed with folklore crashing into daily life. I'm thin as a rail, listen to music while I write and have been caught on multiple occasions dancing in my chair while I edit and proofread. I've tried many outlets for creativity, and the one that I enjoy the most is my writing, closely followed by my artwork.

I do not enjoy long walks on the beach, I am not overly fond of watching the sun rise or set and I have not yet traveled to see anywhere far off and fantastic. I am, however, a damn good shot in a FPS. I drink beer, hate bananas for no good reason and my favorite season is winter because someone needs to love it. I write fast and often, and if my first novel wasn't enough of an indication, I like to please everyone.

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Reviews

Review by: seattlerain on April 20, 2014 :
Has to read this straight through after the first one. Can't wait for the 3rd installment. While in wait, ended up reading The Cat and the Crow. I really enjoy the author's writing style. Always great emotional pull, tragedy,and heat.
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Review by: Nicole Castle on March 24, 2014 :
The second book in the Swordmaster Dasan series ups the ante as far as semi-consensual bondage sex goes, but there's an interesting shift in Loki and Kyo's relationship in more ways than one. I'm interested and a little fearful for what S. Hart has in mind for book three.
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Review by: fluffyrhino on Jan. 31, 2014 :
Ah! Be still my heart!
While the original SMD was obviously intended as a one-off short story (as you've mentioned), this one has more detail (though the first isn't lacking in detail where it matters ;) ) and lets you understand the culture of the world Loki and Kyo live in. I was grinning like a moron sitting in the pick-up lane at my daughter's school reading this on my cell phone (bad mommy), and I'm dying - DYING - to read the third installment!
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Review by: Sadie S. Forsythe on July 29, 2013 :
Yep, it just keeps getting better. Kyo and Loki are wonderful characters. Hart seems to excel at creating situational tension that tugs at the readers heart strings without ever feeling sappy or over played. Often I'm not even certain where it comes from, only that it's there. Here you really feel both Kyo and Loki's frustration, even as they steadfastly refuse to acknowledge it. They simply drive each-other to distraction...and are very very hot together.

Loki does seem to have accomplished A LOT in the three years he was separated from Kyo. He seems to have accrued too much experience in so little time. But he also grew up and returned very much a man...very much the man Kyo needs. If only Kyo would get out of his own way on the subject. I love their dynamic.

The writing here is just as crisp and wonderful as in the previous book. I did notice a minor tendency to reuse stock phrases, but nothing off putting or technically incorrect in any manner. The plot thickens up a bit in this volume too, which is nice. The books ends at a fairly natural point, but there is obviously going to be a third book. (There better be a book three and I'm fairly sure I've seen mention of it somewhere.) I can't wait.
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Review by: jennie conn on Feb. 14, 2013 :
Swordmaster 2 was even better than Swordmaster 1. The only criticism I have to offer is that it was just mean ending it the way you did. All I have to say is, you better get out #3 PDQ. (Please!!)
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Review by: Michael Gayer on Dec. 10, 2012 :
Very enjoyable. I'm looking forward to part 3
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