It’s not quite the Lunar New Year Tong Yan was expecting. Finally, we have a full picture of what happened on the fateful night that Gu Pingsheng’s mother left the world. Continue reading
It’s not quite the Lunar New Year Tong Yan was expecting. Finally, we have a full picture of what happened on the fateful night that Gu Pingsheng’s mother left the world. Continue reading →
You can see how the presence of one of Gu Pingsheng’s students at the bank and repayment of debt has really affected Tong Yan and the experience has sunk into her heart. 😦 And it’s another Lunar New Year, but this time, Tong Yan gets to legitimately meet his family. Will it be a happy day?
Oh gosh, what terrible situation for Gu Pingsheng to be in. And can you imagine the guilt Tong Yan must be feeling?
Though we all wish it was true, did you really expect that her father’s visit really was merely for a visit? The psychological burden of having such a father is so great.
We get two different perspectives on life and love, one of them very worldly. But I love and appreciate that to Tong Yan, she has in essence given her pledge, and she will never abandon him. Also, at the very end, there’s a shocker for Tong Yan.
Technically, this is a short update, but I’ve added something on the back end.
“Naughty. Pretty.” I love how these two show that they’re in love, yet you don’t get the feeling that they are deliberately flaunting. It’s just a fact to them, but it sure does even more so make everyone jealous. Unfortunately, what should have been a relaxing day turned out to be a bit of a downer.
I know it’s the wrong novel, but happy anniversary to Zhousheng Chen and Shi Yi. ❤️
Haha. I’m quite amused by the task that Mrs. Gu made Mr. Gu do for her. And Teacher Gu is a sly one, isn’t he?
When Mr. and Mrs. Gu combine forces, they are definitely a force to be reckoned with. 😀 Catch the little details about Gu Pingsheng?
*sizzle* Hear that? It’s quite hot. You might want a fan for this update. Oh, and nosebleed warning.
The mind and its imagination are such powerful things. This is just a small piece of what Gu Pingsheng meant, that if he had a girlfriend, she would “suffer with him”? (On a side note, who said Teacher Gu is all serious? See how he lures his wife out for some fun?)