The Red Second Generation’s Abandoned Former Wife (30)
Bai Weiwei smiled softly. It seemed she was unconcerned by his retreat.
She reached slowly down his front buttons and suddenly pulled off most of his clothes.
Su Shian’s body jolted, and he seized her hand. He gasped, “Enough.”
Bai Weiwei approached him. Under the thick eyelashes her cheeks were a little red. She spat unwillingly1, “Why, isn’t this what you had me come for? You made me get divorced, I got divorced. Now you’re making me come back, I’m back. What else do you want?”
Her breath possessed a lingering sweetness.
But her voice was as cold as poison.
Su Shian also didn’t know what he wanted, but when he saw Bai Weiwei and Chen Wenfeng together, his heart burned.
Clearly, the last thing he cared about was Bai Weiwei.
If she was with Chen Wenfeng, he should be happy.
When they met later, he could also mock Chen Wenfeng and say he picked up his broken shoe.
But when things really went as he wished, he was anxious to pressure Chen Wenfeng. To make him return Bai Weiwei.
He didn’t dare to think about it, as if the answer would irreparably change him.
Bai Weiwei saw him space out and casually stretched out with her fingers. They slipped across his chest.
This gesture was just like that of an erotic enchantress.
Su Shian’s body was very hot, but his eyes were dim. He resisted the impulse, “Stop Bai Weiwei.”
When he brought her back, saying that he didn’t desire her would be a lie.
But to see her so active, he didn’t know why he withdrew.
Bai Weiwei’s fingers paused. She peeked up dejectedly, then suddenly she smiled again, “Men’s hearts are really complicated.”
She used both hands to peel off his shirt and reveal his strong body.
Then she stuck to him like a demonic temptress and whispered in his ear, “You’re hard.”
This just drove him crazy.
The fire inside him exploded and burst out. He suddenly caught her restless hand and bent down to fiercely kiss her.
The lips entangled. It was still the taste that excited his heart.
But the sight was confusing. Su Shian saw her eyes were clear and composed and even held a hint of sarcasm.
He stood still and abruptly separated from her, his lips quivering, “I didn’t mean that.”
The reason he forced her to come back, it wasn’t this.
But what did he want……
Bai Weiwei’s face was red, long hair messy, eyes a little sluggish. Then she seemed to understand something.
“Do you despise me sharing Chen Wenfeng’s bed, do you feel I’m dirty?”
Su Shian’s complexion paled, and he said, somewhat perturbed: “I don’t mean that. Aren’t you afraid of hurting the child?”
Bai Weiwei: “It’s Chen Wenfeng’s child.”
Su Shian chest was stabbed. Yes, it was Chen Wenfeng, that rotten man’s child. He was distressed as a ghost.
Bai Weiwei gave a clear smile that she understood, “The Su family’s eldest son’s bed is not for virgins. I’m really asking to be humiliated. So what did you want me to come back for? Because I had an affair, you want to kill me to vent your anger?”
Su Shian felt that the woman’s words were throwing salt on his wounds.
He glared at her viciously, “Enough, Bai Weiwei, I don’t have that intention.”
Bai Weiwei’s cheeky smile disappeared and her face sank, “What do you intend? Su Shian, you had me roll, have I not rolled far enough?”
Su Shian was momentarily unable to speak.
But Bai Weiwei couldn’t hold down her rage. Words squeezed out through the seams of her teeth, “I didn’t pester you or hold you back, shouldn’t you be happy enough to set off firecrackers? You didn’t have to stuff me into someone else’s bed to find an excuse to divorce.”
1: 吐气幽兰: It’s kinda hard to figure out really what this means, but it seems to be part of a longer phrase from the poem “Luo Shen Fu” (“Ode to the Nymph of the Luo River”) by Cao Zhi. Googling the entire phrase gave me: describes a woman who has something to say but doesn’t. Apparently it also is used for a woman who’s refined and beautiful but the finer details elude me.↩