Your Majesty The Merfolk, Hello (21)
System: “I’ll find you some news reports. Read a few more and you’ll feel moral and especially noble.”
As soon as it finished saying that, Bai Weiwei’s mind was filled with piece after piece of maddening heartless news reports.
What taking turns to x a goat to death.
What forcibly x gorilla and got sick.
And dogs ah, wolves ah, cows ah, camels ah……
Bai Weiwei felt her brain was contaminated. What sort of news was this? It was too maddening and heartless.
This kind of news gave Bai Weiwei great courage.
People have even laid their hands on sheep, horses, and cattle.
If she just hooked a fish, a humanoid fish at that, it was not nearly comparable.
Wake picked up the book, just as he was about to flip through the pages he heard the sound of Bai Weiwei’s footsteps behind him.
He glanced at her indifferently and saw her approaching him with a frown as she reached for the book in his hand.
“These books will only mislead you. If you want to know how to get along with humans, just ask me.”
Wake let go of the book in his hand, he didn’t really have much interest in the book.
He just wanted to let his little slave see how pitiful other merfolk’s slaves were.
Bullied every day until they cried.
He hadn’t bullied her at all.
Bai Weiwei held the book in her hand. She bit her lips somewhat uncomfortably, her ever calm face was dyed with a few threads of blush.
“I’ll teach you.”
Wake stared at her without expression, his eyes clear to the point of the coldness.
It seemed as if her proposal had offended him.
Bai Weiwei’s movements were a little slow, she reached out, and gently placed her hand on his chest.
He looked at her hand with his icy eyes.
He wasn’t quite sure what she wanted to do.
Even so, those who bore the imprint of slavery generally didn’t dare to harm their masters.
He would just let her do whatever she wanted.
Bai Weiwei stood on her tiptoes, but found that there was still some distance.
The height difference was too big.
Bai Weiwei jumped up.
It still wasn’t enough.
She was desperate. She couldn’t play like this, she thought to tease the fish, yet the result was he was too tall to catch.
Wake seemed to want to observe the rueful expression on her face more closely. He bent forward, bowing his head, and was about to say something.
Except, Bai Weiwei seized the opportunity to raise her head and kiss his lips.
He froze. She took the opportunity to embrace his neck with her arms and kiss him more deeply.
The tip of her tongue burst through his cold thin lips. With the warmth unique to humans, she latched onto his tongue and sucked gently.
She was weak and warm, posing no threat to his strong, cold body.
But Wake seemed to have suffered a huge attack.
His featherfins twitched and the blue turned to pink.
His gaze was still fixed on her.
The golden glow reappeared in his cold blue eyes.
Bai Weiwei closed her eyes. Her body was so tense that she was trembling, yet she kissed him very seriously.
Her kiss was warm enough to raise his temperature.
Bai Weiwei’s eyebrows tightly furrowed, but she kept seriously kissing his beautiful thin lips. Her warm breath blew past his nose. It was as if she weren’t kissing him, but rather doing experiments.
Wake heard the sound of the tide.
Surging, fluctuating, full of dangerous mania.
Then gentle once more, embracing, and beautiful.
The whole world was quiet, and he silently maintained his stooped posture.
It didn’t matter if he couldn’t breathe, he just wanted her to keep kissing.
Bai Weiwei was raising her neck and tiptoeing, so she couldn’t maintain this position for too long.
She was so tired that she breathlessly let him go, but saw that there was no expression on his face. His lips were damp and seductive, and those ice blue eyes appeared deeper.
Merfolk after being kissed apparently become one point colder.