Your Majesty The Merfolk, Hello (41)
Bai Weiwei heard him speaking a lot, so she couldn’t help but knock on her translation machine.
The translation machine was simple and neat, “Don’t try to run, or I’ll break your legs.”
Bai Weiwei: Isn’t this translation too short?
Also, even if she wanted to run now she couldn’t. This cave was at the bottom of the sea, without a merfolk to escort her, she couldn’t leave.
Wake saw her purse her bright red lips. Her eyelashes covered her eyes, projecting a shadow under them, as if thinking about something.
Although she didn’t know about the curse or understand the merfolk language.
Wake still felt guilty.
Because curses were very frightening things, they normally aren’t used on people close to them.
A few glimmers of light floated through his icy blue eyes like a breeze blowing over the sea.
Perhaps to reduce this sense of guilt.
He reached past her long hair and held her face. Then he bowed his head, his eyes dim and golden as he whispered a few words near her fair neck.
This was the phrase to lift the slave mark.
Then he kissed her slave imprint as gently as a feather.
The mark slowly faded.
Bai Weiwei didn’t dare to move when she thought of Wake’s sharp teeth since she feared that he would forcefully gnaw on her neck again.
Wake only showed a relieved smile once he made sure that the mark was gone.
Then he let go of Bai Weiwei and handed her the warm food.
Bai Weiwei was so hungry she could faint. She would eat whatever Wake gave her.
It didn’t matter if it was a little burnt.
Wake watched her eat with little bites, and smiled at her with a trace of pampering in his eyes.
The system felt like it was watching the daily routine of a cat and it’s official poop shoveler.
As the party being fed, its house’s host was completely free of shame and ate particularly happily.
So the system also learned from the host’s thick facial skin and it secretly took out the hidden half-eaten instant noodles, and carefully started to eat.
It didn’t make a sound, lest she would hear it.
After eating, one must rest properly.
As a merman with a companion, his genetic instincts were completely stimulated.
For example, protecting his companion, getting his companion the best cave, as well as giving her the most beautiful shells and coral. These were the most basic things mermen should do.
Though Wake was a merfolk born from an incubator, who hadn’t seen how other merfolk treated their females in reality.
The memories had taught him a lot regardless.
Including where to hold a wedding, how to find a merfolk black magus, and how to hold the ceremony to mark the other person with a companion imprint.
It was different from humans.
Human marriage certificates only relied on a weak sense of trust and morality to maintain them.
While the merfolk marriage imprint accompanied them for a lifetime, hand in hand in life and death.
If one side betrayed, the other side could punish.
Wake couldn’t wait to mark her with a companion’s imprint.
Bai Weiwei was sorting out her clothes, she didn’t think they’d stay in this place for long.
Staying in such a damp place for a long time would give people rheumatism.
Suddenly, she heard the sound of water splashing.
She raised her head and saw that Wake had resumed the appearance of a merfolk. His tall body was submerged in the water, and his jewel like beautiful blue eyes, stared deeply at her.
“I will…… Come back.” He struggled to say this sentence smoothly.
Bai Weiwei smiled and nodded, “I’ll wait for you.”
Wake’s throat rolled, looking indescribably pleased.
【Ding, the male lead’s favorability is at 55.】
Bai Weiwei stiffened as if something unusual happened.
The favorability was rising so fast that she felt like she was going to be struck by lightning any second.
Wake vanished into the water.
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