The Lotus

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Genre: Fantasy, Action/Adventure
Audience: General Adult

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Black Skies

The Lotus, Book One

Seventeen years ago, eleven-year-old Sang Hae Jin was kidnapped and a ransom demanded. Even after the ransom was paid he was marked for death, like four other South Korean teens from wealthy families—all of whom died at the hands of their kidnappers.

Hae Jin's life was saved—by luck and by the most unusual person imaginable—Ong Rae-Rae, a ten-year-old girl who, on that fateful night, discovered that she'd inherited the abilities of the Lotus—a human with extremely rare gifts.

Now, seventeen years later, Hae Jin is the Captain of the best e-sports team in South Korea—Black Skies. The team has an injured player, however, and the team's owner is looking for a substitute.

Enter Rae-Rae, in disguise and using only a gaming handle for identification. Her official reason for joining the team is to track down a hacking ring that has broken into corporate and government computer systems worldwide.

That reason turns out to be merely the tip of a dangerous iceberg, as the hunt begins for Hae Jin, who can still identify his kidnappers.

And, as Rae-Rae learns all too quickly, anyone who stands in the way of the criminals involved will also have a target painted on their back…
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The Lotus, Book Two


The mastermind behind the worldwide hackings was a dragon.

But not just any dragon.


His name was Lóng Lingyun, older brother to Lóng Hàoyŭ and Lóng Chenguang, and the only one of those three who could turn to dragon.

I also had the names of his parents—both of whom had died in the recent eruption of Mount Paektu.

Lóng Guk, a natural-born dragon, and his once-human wife, Jing Fei, had perished at the hands of a Soul Witch-turned-Dragon-Queen.

It wouldn't only be Kang Dong-hyung who was pissed at being accused of masterminding the worldwide hackings. Lóng Lingyun, who'd planned the whole thing because he had designs on controlling both the human world and the Dragon Throne, would be furious when someone else was given credit for his work.

Kang Dong-hyung is still free and causing trouble—and has unexpectedly allied with something other than human to achieve his goals. Will Rae-Rae and her allies be able to defeat magic?

Only time—or the stopping of it—will tell…