4 Works in China/Persia (Hetalia)
Rome has fallen.
After decades of Muslim invasions, so has Sasanian Persia’s reputation. Just when Persia thought he could become the center of the Silk Road again, the center of China’s love life again, he faces his own Great Wall.
The wall is not new—only fortified.
Nine kisses China has given over the course of his life.
- Part 1 of the things we could have been
Persia originally brought Rome and China together in his home as a surprise to learn the true nature of China's visit to Rome and their relationship. After a day of nonstop, smothering affection, Persia gets the idea. At his most frustrated point, Rome and China approach Persia with a proposition of the apolitical kind. In the end, Persia ponders his place in it all.
Direct sequel to 'qín & dàqín', but it can be read alone.
- Part 2 of WANTON, or, the silk road love triangle
It is the Three Kingdoms era in China, the reign of the first Sasanian shahanshah in Persia, and the reign of the last Severan emperor in Rome. China is originally sent to check on their border outposts with Persia, but Persia finds him and sweeps him away to Ctesiphon to tour the shining, new Sasanian capital. When Persia's second, surprise visitor arrives on time, China is in for a much more emotional trip than he expected.
- Part 1 of WANTON, or, the silk road love triangle