Swordmaster Dasan - Yunan Holiday

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A holiday short for fans of the Swordmaster Dasan series.
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Words: 8,080
Language: English
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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Review by: fluffyrhino on March 09, 2014 :
If you enjoyed the Swordmaster Dasan books, you'll definitely enjoy this. If you haven't read the Swordmaster Dasan books, but enjoy yaoi, m/m bdsm, giggling and hopping around with giddiness like an otaku fangirl over awkward romance scenes, and aggressive elves, you should give the entire series a shot, including this one!
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Review by: Sadie S. Forsythe on July 29, 2013 :
I fun little short to tide us over until book three comes out. Plus, I think we should all start celebrating Divainya Rekeshna.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Dec. 27, 2012 :
I don't know Loki, Kyo seems too play it to close to the vest if you ask me. Loved the vulnerability of both characters.
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