The Regent’s Little Emperor (50)
Willing to wear women’s clothing and flowers for him, living together like husband and wife, and at night…
“Did he touch you?”
When Xie Yunting asked this, he looked like a jealous husband, angry enough to eat someone.
Bai Weiwei’s eyelashes quivered, and her lips pursed tightly. She remained silent.
Xie Yunting saw her like this. Did they really get together?
This person he hadn’t touched was actually won over by Chen Jingzhi.
“You willingly prostrated yourself before another man, satisfied with being a bitch.”
Xie Yunting was red-eyed with envy. His mouth showed no mercy.
At last, Bai Weiwei couldn’t help it. She smiled coldly. “Do you think everybody is like Tai Fu, a beast who doesn’t pick what to eat1? I and Jingzhi treat each other like honored guests2, as pure as water. Without a reputation or gifts, how could we elope without a matchmaker?”
Before, Xie Yunting had nearly humiliated her.
Was this not cursing him as worse than a beast?
Xie Yunting suddenly grabbed her and pulled her into his arms.
Then he bowed his head and kissed her. Twisting and grinding, fiercely intertwining. His kiss was full of rage.
Bai Weiwei felt her lips stinging, but couldn’t struggle because of the wound on her hands. She had no way to push him away.
Xie Yunting was addicted. His hands couldn’t resist rubbing her delicate body.
Suddenly, he was stunned, his fingers pressed against her chest. He separated from her lips, frowning, and said: “You still padded your chest with buns?”
Bai Weiwei flushed, startled and angry. She glared at him in silence.
Xie Yunting felt that something was wrong, and he looked at her blankly.
Suddenly he had a flash of understanding. Bewildered and not daring to believe it, his fingers ruthlessly tore at her clothes.
Bai Weiwei struggled fiercely. “Xie Yunting, stop.”
He ignored her, ripping apart her clothes like a madman. And underneath those layers of clothing, he uncovered her biggest secret.
A secret that he couldn’t believe.
Rip. He tore off all the clothes covering the chest.
Her snow white skin, her scattered black hair, her soft and delicate waist. With just a glance it was clearly a woman’s beautiful figure.
His mind was blank. The little emperor was a woman?
She was a girl?
Xie Yunting’s heart was chaotic. He was angry and anxious. “Bai Wei, you are so daring. You deceived the entire world.”
Bai Weiwei couldn’t help but curl up, her naked body making her feel insecure.
But Xie Yunting refused to let her escape. He forcefully grabbed her, blocking her way out.
Her lips trembled. “I didn’t intend to deceive the world, nor did I intend to deceive myself. I didn’t want to be emperor.”
Xie Yunting gritted his teeth: “What else could you be if not the emperor?”
Bai Weiwei’s voice choked up. “What do you think I could be? I just want to be Jingzhi’s wife.”
Xie Yunting’s fingers nearly lost all their strength. He was completely hurt by her words.
He finally understood what it was meant by ten thousand arrows piercing the heart.
When Bai Weiwei struggled, she realized that she could move.
She carefully pushed him away, huddled in a corner of the carriage, and put on her clothes.
Xie Yunting saw her wary face and thought of her smiling expression in front of Chen Jingzhi.
Demons and gods at work3. He suddenly said: “Call me gege.”
She called Chen Jingzhi gege so sweetly.
Bai Weiwei licked her lips and looked at him.
Xie Yunting darkly repeated. “Say it, ah. You can say it to Chen Jingzhi, why can’t you say it to me?”
Bai Weiwei remained silent.
Xie Yunting became furious. “Don’t make me kill Chen Jingzhi.”
Bai Weiwei finally opened her mouth. “Gege.”
There was no sweetness at all.
But Xie Yunting still felt his heart tremble. This soft and sweet voice was incomparably moving.
He couldn’t help but laugh at himself. He really was a waste.
Even this unwilling call made him feel happy.
1: 饥不择食: when hungry, you can’t pick what you eat; beggars can’t be choosers.↩
2: 相敬如宾: mutual respect between husband and wife.↩
3: 神使鬼差: curious coincidence; unexplained event that screams supernatural origins. Could also = God sucks, God made a fool of him.↩