Day: September 26, 2023

Chapter 34 – Replica

Chapter 34: A New Earth


Lin Changyu said that the first time he saw Tan Xilu was on a rainy day.


Lin Changyu really hated rain. The continuous, damp raindrops shattered on the ground, making the entire city wet and gloomy. The sky turned dark, accompanied by occasional raging winds, always causing irritation. Most importantly, Lin Changyu had spent most of the rainy days before escaping from that home enduring violent beatings from a man.


Raindrops hit the glass with a “bang,” and the man’s slaps followed suit. Lin Changyu was frail, and each blow left a ringing in his ears. The man seemed like a crazed monster trying to crush him. Thunder roared, and Lin Changyu was lifted and kicked down the stairs. In the pitch-black basement, within five minutes, the cries of children would fill the air. Lin Xiaozhi would hold him, saying, “Brother, I’m scared.”


The basement door was closed, leaving only a small window. Outside, raindrops pattered, and inside, the cries were miserable.


Children feared the dark and pain, clutching Lin Changyu’s clothes, asking, “Brother, I miss Mom.”


Tired of comforting the vulnerable child, Lin Changyu, he said, “Mom will come back at night.”


But the inadequate mother didn’t return that night. In the pitch-black basement, the two children heard the man in the living room on the phone, angrily scolding, “It’s just a beauty salon. Can’t you manage without it? You’re not even coming home at night?”


The man’s irritability turned into violence on that rainy night. He kicked open the basement door and vented his frustration on the two children with a long wooden stick.


Escape, escape from here.


Lin Changyu thought when he saw Lin Manling ignoring his beatings.


I can’t go on like this.


He began to plan a route; he wanted to find a safe place; he wanted to live alone.


The air during the rainy season was damp, green moss climbed on the stone slabs, and his worn-out canvas shoes made his steps slippery. Lin Changyu almost fell and had to grab a nearby pillar. When he looked up, he saw a teenager on the opposite basketball court, sweating profusely.


Lin Changyu was skilled at disguising himself. Despite several scars hidden under long sleeves, he could always put on a smile, making others think he was happy.


Qin Sizhe thought the same way, so he was completely unguarded when Lin Changyu intruded into his life.


Lin Changyu entered through a side door and said to the teenager in the rain, “Can you teach me how to play basketball?”


Lin Changyu had a plan. The truly energetic teenager was very kind, so Qin Sizhe naturally agreed. He taught Lin Changyu how to dribble, how to slam dunk, and how to avoid dirty tricks from other players.


In exchange, Lin Changyu became Qin Sizhe’s confidant, listening to the troubles that bothered him.


Qin Sizhe said he had a crush on someone, but that person wouldn’t like him. He didn’t know what to do. He used to have a bad temper, but he was willing to change for that person.


Lin Changyu had only seen Qin Sizhe’s good-natured side, and he was curious about the boy’s past. But only the person Qin Sizhe liked had seen it.


Lin Changyu didn’t even realize that he was beginning to feel jealous of that man.


The day Lin Changyu and Tan Xilu were in the office together was actually Lin Changyu’s idea. He regretted it afterward, realizing he shouldn’t have taken that risk.


Falling in love with Tan Xilu was something he hadn’t anticipated. But once it happened, a dark flower of obsession blossomed in his heart. He wanted to sever the ties between them, yet at the same time, he desired to get closer.


He leaned against the office desk, enduring the pain in his lower back from the corner of the desk.


Tan Xilu looked at him, his eyes filled with innocence, no hint of suspicion. He asked, “Is it really going to work? Will Chi Yexing really come?”


“As long as he’s even a little concerned about you, he’ll definitely come,” Lin Changyu replied with a smile.


The plan was Lin Changyu’s idea. He knew that Tan Xilu was unwilling to stay in unrequited love, and his feelings for Chi Yexing were too overwhelming. He couldn’t control himself; he wanted to touch this person, to kiss them. But before they could be together, none of these things were possible.

So he came up with this plan: he and Tan Xilu would engage in intimate actions in the office, and if someone happened to witness it, they would report it to their parents.


They wanted to gauge Chi Yexing’s reaction and see if he would get jealous.


In reality, it was a rather foolish idea. They couldn’t guarantee that Chi Yexing would actually come because of Tan Xilu, and they couldn’t predict the consequences. If Chi Yexing did get jealous and Tan Xilu confessed, it might end well. But what if he didn’t? Chi Yexing might think that Tan Xilu was behaving immaturely in the school office, which could be repulsive.


But Tan Xilu couldn’t control his emotions anymore; his feelings had clouded his judgment.


Lin Changyu looked at Tan Xilu in front of him, their proximity so close. With just a bit more initiative, he could kiss him.


He heard footsteps in the corridor, someone was approaching. On a whim, he thought, this might be their only chance. Suddenly, he grasped Tan Xilu’s waist tightly and rashly pressed his lips against his. Outside the office, someone cursed loudly, and he heard the sound of a camera shutter.


Startled, Tan Xilu pushed him away, staring at him in bewilderment. He asked, “What are you doing?”


It was an overcast day today, but there was no rain. The afternoon wind swept through the room, making them feel slightly cold. Lin Changyu stumbled back, his lower back, which had collided with the corner of the desk, starting to ache. He smiled provocatively and tore off his facade, replying to Tan Sizhe: “I’m kissing you.”


Seeing Tan Xilu’s slow reaction, he squinted his eyes and asked, “Hey, Tan Xilu, you can’t still not see that I like you, can you?”


Upon hearing this, Tan Xilu was dumbfounded.


Then he furrowed his brows and asked, “Was this also part of the plan?”


Lin Changyu: “…”


He said, “No.”


After a pause, he added, “Tan Xilu, someone took a photo just now.”


“What?” Tan Xilu was visibly stunned, then he realized that Lin Changyu was referring to the kiss he had just planted on him.


This was not part of their plan. Their plan had only involved hugging, and he didn’t know whether the person had captured the kiss on camera. If they had, it could be a tricky situation if the image got circulated around school.


After a moment of contemplation, Tan Xilu suddenly grabbed Lin Changyu’s hand and pushed him towards the door of the office, saying, “You need to leave the school quickly, avoid the school surveillance, use the back door, there’s a low wall there, climb over it.”


Lin Changyu was puzzled, not understanding what Tan Xilu meant. He asked, “What are you doing?”


He repeated the same question he had asked earlier.


Tan Xilu said, “I can’t drag you into this. Today’s mess is my fault, so I’ll take responsibility. You go first.”


Why was Tan Xilu blaming himself? Lin Changyu couldn’t comprehend his thought process. It was him who had initiated the kiss, so if anyone was to blame, it should be himself.


“Hurry up and go,” Tan Xilu’s voice suddenly grew louder, and he pushed Lin Changyu again. “Get out of here, or I won’t talk to you anymore.”


Lin Changyu always felt that Tan Xilu could be quite childish in some aspects. He was a grown-up, yet he was saying things like “I won’t talk to you anymore” at a time like this.


He glanced at Tan Xilu one last time and reluctantly headed outside.


Following Tan Xilu’s instructions, he climbed over the low wall at the back door.


As he landed on the other side, he saw a black car driving by, and the person inside was talking on the phone. It was a very handsome profile, one that Lin Changyu had seen countless times in Tan Xilu’s phone.


It was Chi Yexing. He had come to the school.


Sitting on the bleachers, he glanced at Tan Xilu sleeping peacefully on the floor and said to Tan Xilu, “I didn’t think the consequences would be so serious. If I had known, I wouldn’t have kissed him. I also didn’t expect that guy to be so ruthless. If he doesn’t like Tan Xilu, he could have just declined him. Was it necessary to crush his heart like that?”


“Teacher Tan, do you think it’s wrong to like someone?” Lin Changyu suddenly asked.


“Of course, there’s nothing wrong with liking someone,” Tan Xilu thought for a moment and added, “But when you like someone, it’s like putting an extra layer of shackles on your own heart. Just like Tan Xilu right now, even though he’s already hurting all over, he’s still willingly bound by those shackles. But in the end, when he finds the key to unlock those shackles, he’ll realize that liking someone isn’t all that important.”


“Yeah, when will Tan Xilu be able to unlock his own shackles?” Lin Changyu wondered. “Or perhaps, can I unlock my own?”


The setting sun’s residual radiance filtered through the window glass, creating a marvelous halo around the place where Tan Xilu lay. Lin Changyu stood up, walked over to Tan Xilu’s side, and looked at him for a long, long time. Finally, he gently tapped his shoulder, waking him up.


He said, “It’s time for you to go home.”


Tan Xilu was a bit groggy from his deep sleep. He hadn’t slept this well in a long time. He opened his eyes and saw Lin Changyu. Suddenly, he remembered that he had just cried in front of him and felt a bit embarrassed for no apparent reason. Then, he noticed Tang Xilu descending from the bleachers and he said, “Teacher Tan.”


Tang Xilu looked at him, patted his shoulder, and didn’t say anything.


Only Lin Changyu gave him a hug and finally kissed him on the cheek, saying, “Tan Xilu, go home.”


Tan Xilu looked at Lin Changyu as if he had read something in his eyes. Then, he nodded and said, “Okay.”


The mottled rays of the setting sun played on the memories of Tan Xilu’s heart as he left.


T/N: Wishing you all a good September and welcome to Bad End month! There is plenty more where that came from, so stay tuned! And stay healthy! Straighten your posture, so some stretches and drink some water before continuing hehe~

If you like my translations, feel free to donate to my ko-fi!

I really, really appreciate all the support from my readers <3 It goes a long way and motivates me lots!


Also, check out the other series we have on HoH!

If you like cats, check out Revenge of the Garfield

If you like dragons, check out I’m Pregnant with the Hope of the Entire Planet and The Dragon and the ‘Princess’

How about some mystery or showbiz? Check out Morbid Addiction & Perfection

What about the perfect, most non-toxic male lead ever? Laws of Love

How about MC nursing ML back to health? Forced into the Deep


Thank you for all your support <3 Leave a comment if you like 🙂 I love reading them!

Chapter 33 – Replica

Chapter 33: Life (Part 2)


That night, when Xu Huaiming went to pick up Tan Xilu, he unexpectedly saw Lin Changyu, someone who shouldn’t have been there. Lin Changyu obediently followed behind Tan Xilu, not as assertive as usual. When he saw Xu Huaiming, he hesitated for a moment, then looked away.


Xu Huaiming’s gaze fell on Lin Changyu, and he asked, “Why is he here?”


Tan Xilu glanced at Lin Changyu, shook his head, and said to Xu Huaiming, “It’s a long story.”


After Tan Xilu finished his classes at four in the afternoon, he planned to leave work. However, Li Xuandie suddenly came to his office, saying she knew who the person was that she saw kissing Qin Sizhe in the office.


She was furious, clearly holding a strong grudge against the person who had been intimately involved with Qin Sizhe. She spoke with displeasure, “I don’t know how he dares to show his face here. Does he even realize how much Qin Sizhe suffered because of him, Professor Tan? They were in the gym, you need to go check it out.”


The gym was closed from 4 to 5 pm every day, usually for cleaning. Today, the cleaning staff left early, and Qin Sizhe happened to come to the gym.


After a hundred days of recovery, he had just started walking again and had come to school. The gym was empty, and the sound of his crutch scraping against the floor was piercingly loud. Qin Sizhe couldn’t stand it and angrily threw his crutch forward, then yelled out loudly.


He hated Qin Sizhe, truly hated him. Why was he treating him like this? Why did they have to get married so quickly? Did he find himself repulsive?


Qin Sizhe lay on the floor, remembering the first time he played basketball in front of Qin Sizhe. That man had patted his head and said, “You’re amazing.”


Qin Sizhe had never thought being good at basketball was something to be proud of, but when Qin Sizhe praised him, he was so happy that he almost forgot who he was. He even thought it was a good thing that he knew how to play basketball, a small quality that could match up to him. But in reality, Qin Sizhe didn’t need a boyfriend who could play basketball; he needed a good wife and mother.


Qin Sizhe was never within his criteria for choosing a partner; their sexual orientations were different.


Qin Sizhe took out his phone from his pocket. He realized that he couldn’t see the screen clearly and wiped his face, only to feel wetness on his cheeks. He had been crying.


It was his last chance, his very last chance. If that man came to see him, he would secretly love him, even if he got married and had children, he would love him forever. If he didn’t come, he would give up on him forever.


He dialed Chi Yexing’s number and spoke before the other person had a chance to say anything, “Chi Yexing, please don’t get married. I really like you. I won’t misbehave anymore, and I won’t make you angry. Please don’t be with other women, Chi Yexing, can you do that for me?”


“I really… really like you…”


“I won’t be picky anymore. Even though your fried noodles are really terrible, I can eat them. You’re so clumsy; you can’t even fix a TV. I’ll do the repairs from now on. You like watching cartoons, and I won’t call you childish. Actually, cartoons are quite enjoyable. I know you don’t like it when I eat durian, so


 I won’t eat it anymore. As long as you’re happy.”


“Chi Yexing… You hurt me that day. Your kick really hurt, and I felt like my bones were broken. You’re so mean, but I still like you so much. Am I pathetic? My legs hurt so much now. Can you come see me? I’m at the school gym. I can play basketball for you, even though my legs will definitely hurt a lot, but as long as you like it, I can do it.”


Towards the end, Qin Sizhe’s voice was choked with tears. “I love you, I’m begging you, don’t leave me, okay?”


“I’m begging you…”


Qin Sizhe didn’t even have the courage to listen to the other person’s response and hung up the phone immediately.


He just wanted to take a chance, a chance that his feelings would receive some response.


But when he saw that it was Lin Changyu who came to the gym, the small flame of hope in his heart was extinguished completely.


He asked, “Why is it you?”


Lin Changyu walked over to him, squatted down, and looked down at him. “You called me. Qin Sizhe, you look really ugly when you cry. You’re making me lose respect for you.”


Qin Sizhe turned his head to look at him. Lin Changyu was squatting with the sun behind him, and it took a lot of effort for Qin Sizhe to see his face clearly. The light was blinding, and Qin Sizhe felt like his eyes hurt. He wiped his face and realized his cheeks were wet. He laughed self-mockingly, saying, “Yeah, I don’t even respect myself.”


How did he become like this?


“Never mind, cry if you want,” Lin Changyu lay down next to him and touched Qin Sizhe’s head, pulling him closer. “Cry as much as you want. If you ever stop liking him, you won’t need to cry anymore. You’ll eventually forget about him.”


When Tan Xilu arrived, he found the two of them lying together, and Qin Sizhe had cried himself to sleep. Lin Changyu was tightly holding his hand.


Hearing footsteps, Lin Changyu sat up. He was somewhat surprised to see that it was Tan Xilu. He knew that the girl, Li Xuandie, didn’t like him, and she might have gone to find a teacher. However, he didn’t care anymore. The last time, Qin Sizhe protected him and left together. This time, he had to step forward; he couldn’t let Qin Sizhe be bullied again.


“Professor Tan, it’s him,” Li Xuandie pointed at Lin Changyu, her beautiful eyes filled with disgust. She said, “Haven’t you always wanted to know who that person was in the office that day? It’s him.”


Tan Xilu was also shocked to see that it was Lin Changyu. He suddenly remembered that he had seen the clothes Lin Changyu was wearing once before, and now he realized that they matched the person in the photo from the forum, the one with Qin Sizhe in the office.


It explained why they couldn’t find this person; he wasn’t even a student here.


“All right, I understand,” Tan Xilu said to Li Xuandie, “You can go now. Don’t talk to anyone else about this. I’ll handle it.”


Li Xuandie exclaimed, “Huh?” It seemed her expected reaction hadn’t occurred. She had thought Tan Xilu would be very angry, but his attitude was unexpectedly calm. However, she also remembered that Tan Xilu had always handled things in a composed manner, so she nodded and left the gym.

These days, it kept snowing, and there was a fear of slippery roads and accidents. The bus schedule had been reduced, so a few people waited at the bus stop for ten minutes and only one taxi came by. They asked if anyone wanted to take it.


By now, it was quite late, and Lin Changyu was still just a kid, so Tan Xilu suggested they take the taxi.


Inside the taxi, they turned on the heater, and it was comfortably warm. Lin Changyu sat in the back, and Tan Xilu asked Xu Huaiming to sit in the front passenger seat.


After fastening their seatbelts and giving the driver the address, he responded with a simple “Okay” and started the engine.


The strawberry juice that had been ordered was still warm in Xu Huaiming’s lap. He passed it over to Tan Xilu, saying, “Drink it while it’s still warm.”


Tan Xilu was momentarily surprised, probably not expecting that Xu Huaiming had brought strawberry juice for him. Then he took it, raised a corner of his lips, and said, “Thank you.”


T/N: Wishing you all a good September and welcome to Bad End month! There is plenty more where that came from, so stay tuned! And stay healthy! Straighten your posture, so some stretches and drink some water before continuing hehe~

If you like my translations, feel free to donate to my ko-fi!

I really, really appreciate all the support from my readers <3 It goes a long way and motivates me lots!


Also, check out the other series we have on HoH!

If you like cats, check out Revenge of the Garfield

If you like dragons, check out I’m Pregnant with the Hope of the Entire Planet and The Dragon and the ‘Princess’

How about some mystery or showbiz? Check out Morbid Addiction & Perfection

What about the perfect, most non-toxic male lead ever? Laws of Love

How about MC nursing ML back to health? Forced into the Deep


Thank you for all your support <3 Leave a comment if you like 🙂 I love reading them!

Chapter 65 – Who Says Omegas Can’t be as Explosive as Alphas

Chapter 65


After Wen Xingchen confessed, there was silence for a while.


Lu Jingning remained motionless, staring at Wen Xingchen with bright eyes, his expression changing, his attitude unclear.


The tension in the atmosphere felt almost unbearable for Wen Xingchen.


He cleared his throat and took the initiative to explain, “The Omega you saw just now came to find my brother. I was just helping to show him around. There’s nothing between me and him.”


Lu Jingning had already received the title of “boyfriend” out of nowhere, and his mind was swirling with thoughts. Hearing Wen Xingchen’s explanation, the irritation in his heart eased slightly, but he couldn’t shake off the feeling of being deceived.


With a disdainful click of his tongue, Lu Jingning spoke in a dismissive tone, “Well, it’s your fault, but being attracted by such an outstanding Omega, it’s not all your fault. But one thing you must remember from now on.” He lifted his chin with arrogance and pointed at himself, saying, “I, your boyfriend, was something you begged for with all your might. Got it?”


Despite the slightly reddened ears, the tone and attitude Lu Jingning displayed exuded a strong sense of authority.


Wen Xingchen controlled the urge to smile, and with utmost sincerity, he nodded, “Understood, and I’ll also beg you not to break up with me.”


Looking deeply into Wen Xingchen’s eyes, Lu Jingning’s magnetic voice sounded hoarse and slow, “If you leave me, I don’t think I can go on living.”


This seemingly revealed the pecking order in their relationship.


Lu Jingning was finally satisfied, “Well, we’ll see how you perform then.”


Wen Xingchen humbly asked, “So, are you planning to use me today?”


With a stern expression, Lu Jingning retorted, “After using two suppressants, what else do I need? No, I don’t need it! I said I don’t need it!”


Wen Xingchen feigned disappointment, but there was a hint of amusement in his eyes, “Then I’ll perform well in the future and strive to earn your favor soon.”


He usually wore a cool and detached demeanor, but today, he seemed to be unusually gentle and soft all over.


Lu Jingning initially wanted to maintain a composed front, but he couldn’t help but let a smile tug at the corners of his lips. He scolded himself internally for falling for Wen Xingchen’s tricks. “Damn, shameless! He’s actually using the beauty trap!”


In order not to waver, he pulled the blanket over and closed his eyes, “I’m going to sleep now. You can leave.”


Wen Xingchen approached and tucked the blanket for him, “I’ll wait until you fall asleep before leaving.”


The bed seemed to have a special charm, coupled with the relaxed mood, and sleepiness quickly enveloped him.


Wen Xingchen sat quietly by the bed for a while. Finally, he couldn’t help but chuckle, “So, I have a boyfriend now…”



Perhaps due to the side effects of the two suppressants, Lu Jingning’s sleep was deep and unending. When he woke up, it was already close to noon the next day. The bright stellar light was blocked outside by heavy curtains.


Yan Hebin was packing his suitcase, and when he heard Lu Jingning’s voice, he looked up and asked, “Awake?”


Lu Jingning’s head was throbbing, and he grumbled as he sat up from the bed. The first thing he did was look around.


Yan Hebin said, “Don’t bother looking, he’s already gone.”


Yesterday, when he returned to the room and saw Wen Xingchen sitting there, he was indeed taken aback. If it weren’t for the lack of a strong Alpha scent in the air, seeing Lu Jingning’s seemingly dead-asleep state in the bed with an Alpha alone could lead to certain assumptions. 


However, Lu Jingning was still in his estrus phase, yet he remained in the room with an Alpha without losing control. If Wen Xingchen hadn’t intended to mark him, it meant he trusted Wen Xingchen unconditionally.


It made Yan Hebin rethink their relationship. He wasn’t one to meddle in others’ affairs, so he didn’t ask too much. He simply reminded Lu Jingning, “If you’re awake, hurry up and pack. We need to get ready to leave.”


Lu Jingning responded with a muffled sound, his head throbbing. He sat up from the bed in a hurry, ready to start packing.


The delegation assembled and boarded the spacecraft to return home. Lu Jingning took his seat and sent a message to Wen Xingchen. Shortly after, he received a reply.


[Wen Xingchen: I’ll probably be back tonight.]


Lu Jingning was about to put away the communicator when he received another message.


[Wen Xingchen: Be careful on the way.]


Lu Jingning couldn’t help but let a slight smile creep onto his lips.


Damn, they’re actually in a real relationship!


Yu Zeyang passed by and suddenly stopped, frowning as he asked, “I heard from Yan Hebin that you weren’t feeling well. Are you better now?”


Lu Jingning found Yu Zeyang’s attitude quite interesting and didn’t answer right away. Instead, he looked him up and down and remarked, “Vice President, are you turning to a gentler approach now?”


Yu Zeyang’s mouth twitched, “I shouldn’t have asked you anything!”


An Huo, sitting in the front row, couldn’t help but laugh and leaned on the back of his chair, saying, “Lu Jingning, you left early yesterday, so you missed the a good show. It’s such a pity!”


Lu Jingning, distracted by Wen Xingchen’s antics, realized that he had forgotten to ask about the later events of the exchange meeting. He eagerly asked An Huo for a follow-up on the events.


Their mechas received three S-rank scores in the ninth-level assessment, which meant they were now eligible for deployment in actual battles. The news caused a sensation, and the proxy rights fetched a sky-high price, more than ten times that of Wen Han’s mecha.


An Huo added with enthusiasm, “You didn’t see the expressions of the people from Thunder Research University! Oh my, it was magnificent!”


Lu Jingning, though not present at the scene, felt like he was watching a great play just from An Huo’s description.


However, An Huo quickly shifted his focus, “But that’s not the main point!”


Curious, Lu Jingning looked at him with interest.


The Mecha Pilots Association had a limited number of recruits each year. This level of exchange meeting alone was considered a precious opportunity for them to offer a spot. But Yan Hebin’s appearance threw them into a dilemma.


They even considered retracting the spot given to Wen Han if needed.


In the end, after consulting with higher-ups, the Mecha Pilots Association issued an invitation to Yan Hebin again. This could be seen as an extraordinary recruitment, and the significance was completely different from Wen Han’s.


Lu Jingning was surprised by the dramatic turn of events. He looked at Yan Hebin and asked, “So, you joined the Mecha Pilots Association? Why didn’t you tell me when you woke up today?”


Yan Hebin replied nonchalantly, “I didn’t join; I declined.”


An Huo choked on his own breath, still unable to believe the fact. “Can you believe it, Lu Jingning? Such a great opportunity that countless people dream of, and he just turned it down!!!”


Considering Yan Hebin ‘s passion for mechas, Lu Jingning thought the Mecha Pilots Association would be his ultimate aspiration. However, it seemed that it wasn’t the case. For Yan Hebin, there was something even more important than the Mecha Pilots Association, something that the association couldn’t provide.


Lu Jingning didn’t inquire about the source of Yan Hebin’s persistence and didn’t continue the discussion.


He simply imagined the spectacular scene from the exchange meeting and sincerely gave Yan Hebin a thumbs-up, “Impressive!”


To think that before Lu Jingning left, Wen Han was the center of attention because of the invitation from the Mecha Pilots Association, but shortly after, Yan Hebin refused the opportunity publicly. Lu Jingning couldn’t help but recall a phrase: “What you dream of is nothing to me.”


He couldn’t help but find it funny that such a prestigious opportunity had now become an embarrassment for Wen Han. He must have felt reluctant to mention the invitation after Yan Hebin public refusal.


It was an incredibly honorable opportunity, but due to Yan Hebin’s actions, it had become a matter of shame, making it impossible for Wen Han to bring it up again.


What an ironic twist of fate!


Lu Jingning couldn’t help but laugh at Wen Han’s misfortune.


T/N: Hey there! There is plenty more where that came from, so stay tuned! And stay healthy! Straighten your posture, so some stretches and drink some water before continuing hehe~

If you like my translations, feel free to donate to my ko-fi!

I really, really appreciate all the support from my readers <3 It goes a long way and motivates me lots!


Also, check out the other series we have on HoH!

If you like cats, check out Revenge of the Garfield

If you like dragons, check out I’m Pregnant with the Hope of the Entire Planet and The Dragon and the ‘Princess’

How about some mystery or showbiz? Check out Morbid Addiction & Perfection

What about the perfect, most non-toxic male lead ever? Laws of Love

How about MC nursing ML back to health? Forced into the Deep


Thank you for all your support <3 Leave a comment if you life 🙂 I love reading them!

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