The Little Princess’s Married-in Boyfriend (60)
Xu Menggui couldn’t help but smile.
He was indeed a bad guy.
A very bad guy.
This was indeed Bai Weiwei, when she hadn’t lost everything, when she hadn’t been hurt by him.
Bai Weiwei who still carried a few traces of capriciousness and some innocence.
Xu Menggui said in a muted voice, “What proof do you want? I’ll go get our marriage certificate for you to see, how’s that?”
Although they weren’t married yet.
And there was no document.
If he ordered his subordinates, these things could instantly be forged.
Bai Weiwei shook her head. “I want you to prove it now.”
Xu Menggui asked patiently, “What kind of proof do you need?”
Bai Weiwei said, “Come closer.”
Xu Menggui gently approached. In his eyes, all sorts of complex emotions eventually became deep affection.
Just as he was about to say something.
Xu Menggui was stunned.
Bai Weiwei’s eyes were closed.
That incredible softness held a magic power that made one sink into its depths. Xu Menggui didn’t dare to move, lest he interrupt it.
Bai Weiwei kissed for a while before breaking away.
She released a brilliant smile. “En, I believe you’re my husband.”
Xu Menggui’s voice was strained. His heartbeat was abnormally fast.
“Don’t you not remember? Why do you believe me?”
Bai Weiwei playfully side-eyed him. Her eyes were clear, her thick black hair scattered across her shoulders. Her face was a bit haggard, but more so delicate and beautiful.
As though she didn’t know how to guard against others, she reached out to grab his hand.
“Did you hear it?”
Bai Weiwei spoke with a smile.
“My heart beat so fast. It means I love you very much.”
It was the sound of her heartbeat.
A heartbeat as fast as his.
He held his breath, a flush creeping up from his ears. “You love me?”
Bai Weiwei released his hand, saying doubtfully, “En, if I didn’t, how could I marry you? I don’t remember anything, but I still remember the feeling of loving you ah.”
Saying this, she added seriously, “Even if I forgot you, I didn’t forget the feeling of loving you. That means that I love you very very much, so you must definitely be my husband.”
She spoke softly and sweetly.
Each sentence was warm.
But Xu Menggui felt grieved. He itched to kill himself.
He’d forced her to her death, and once she woke up, she forgot everything.
But she still remembered the feeling of loving him.
It was the first time Xu Menggui felt how deep Bai Weiwei’s emotions for him were.
His voice was raspy but gentle. “Yes, we got married as soon as we fell in love. I love you too, I love you so much.”
For the first time, Xu Menggui was thankful she’d forgotten everything.
But she hadn’t forgotten her love for him.
He lowered her head and kissed her. “Weiwei, you’re called Bai Weiwei. You’re my wife. I’m Xu Menggui, and I’m your favorite man.”
Bai Weiwei nodded blankly, then said seriously, “I got it, Xiao Meng.”
Xu Menggui’s body jolted, his eyes growing red.
He’d thought she would never call him by this name again.
He actually didn’t like such a feminine nickname.
But now, he was grateful and unable to press down his emotions.
His voice was wistful and joyful. “En.”
A faint response, yet full of thankfulness for fate.
And full of affection.
【Ding, male lead’s favorability: 93.】