One Day is not suitable for all audiences.
One Day is a sequel to One Night. I do not recommend reading this book if you have not read the first one.
One Day will feature death, cannibalism, cold-blooded murder, etc. It will be graphic at times, and may include sexual assault, use of drugs and alcohol, and murder. Any sexual scenes will be marked with an asterisk. (*) However, I will not give warnings for deaths or other graphic activities.
If you are not comfortable with TV shows such as The Walking Dead or Game of Thrones, do not read this book unless you believe you can handle it. If you choose to proceed in reading this story and find something you do not like, please do not leave hateful comments attacking me or any of my readers.
Please, do not attack the female character for acting the way she does throughout the book. She is a little/age regressor, therefore she will act much younger than she actually is. This is a DDLG story. Mikayla is a little and Jimin becomes her caregiver, or as some would say, daddy. This is the type of relationship my fiancé and I have together, and it's the most wonderful thing ever. Our relationship is just so beautiful, loving, and caring. If you have any questions about the DDLG/Age regression community, please let me know!
I do not own any of the BTS members. I do, however, own the rest of the characters and this storyline. This story is simply a figment of my imagination, please do not copy it.
If you see a writing mistake, please comment on it and let me know. It will be greatly appreciated.
Oh, yes, one more thing. There is no Y/N. There will never be a Y/N in any of my stories. I do not feel comfortable writing it, so it's not happening. I'm sorry if this upsets you.
That's all for now. If you decide to keep reading, thank you, and I hope you enjoy. ❤
S. C. Keener
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