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[BL] A Little Bunny Looking at the Moon
[BL] A Little Bunny Looking at the Moon
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Elder Baili hadn’t had much luck with his disciples. The first was a martial arts-maniac that didn’t need him to pay any attention, one was a troublemaker that needed him to pay too much attention, the third was a beautiful flower that had other men paying way too much attention.
Now, all his hopes rested on his fourth and last disciple. Who could have known … He had taken in a little bunny that would spend all its days looking only at the moon.

An extra of the novel "Like a Ray in My Night" featuring the early days of Yun Bei Fen in the Teng Yong Sect. Complete with: a very bitter but still doting Elder Baili, three senior martial brothers that are happy they are finally more than just a side note, and a handsome but young Mei Chao Bing that will be looked at a lot. Oh, and then there's Yun Bei Fen, that little bunny.

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Brotherhood Charming Protagonist Child Protagonist Childhood Love Comedic Undertone Cultivation Curious Protagonist Cute Children Cute Protagonist Doting Older Siblings Doting Parents First Love Heartwarming
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    Status: 8 How to Catch a Fairy (6):...

    I'm really enjoying 'Like a Ray in My Night' by this author and a few of her other works, and I must say that this is a very nice addition to the original story.

    In this, we get to have our fill of the super cute little bunny child Yun Bei Fen and his interactions with a few senior martial brothers from the sect. We also get to see him mooning over his beloved Senior Brother Mei.

    What I've read till now has been both very fun and funny. This author writes children very well, in that they clearly think and act with the childishness that befits their age. It really feels like seeing the world through an inexperienced young child's eyes.

    I'm looking forward to reading more of Yun Bei Fen's childhood days and his quirky senior martial brothers.

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