The Little Princess’s Married-in Boyfriend (62)
Bai Weiwei took the documents to study them. Too real, this PS  photo was simply a great god among gods.
If she hadn’t actually lost her memory, she would have thought this was her wedding photo.
She read the hospital data and asked in passing, “What were we doing in the hospital?”
Xu Menggui replied faintly, “I was checking the quality of sperm, and you were checking for fertility.”
Bai Weiwei had already seen the sperm checklist.
She still had some medical knowledge. The quality of this sperm checklist wasn’t bad ah.
At least it could deceive 98% of the country.
Bai Weiwei’s face froze, and she put the information back.
Then she nodded. “En, I believe you.”
Xu Menggui heaved a sigh of relief in his heart. He reached out and stroked her head in a doting manner.
“Of course you’d believe me. It’s because you love me ah.”
It was something he realized only after she had lost her memories.
If she didn’t love him, then how could she forget everything except for her love for him?
Xu Menggui had never felt it before, being so loved by someone.
Bai Weiwei gently batted his hand away. Her black eyes fixated on him. “Then do you love me?”
Xu Menggui’s Adam’s apple bobbed up and down. Finally, he nodded, his eyes slightly red.
“I love you, so much.”
Until she had the car accident, he’d never realized.
How terrible it was to lose someone.
This feeling of following her to die at any time.
If it wasn’t love, then what was it?
Bai Weiwei seemed to sense that his emotions were too complicated. A hint of pity flashed through her gaze.
Then she couldn’t help lowering her head to kiss his eyelids.
“You have such beautiful eyes. Don’t cry.”
After speaking, seeming to feel it was a bit corny, she broke into a laugh.
Her smile was bright and warm.
Xu Menggui reached up to rub his eyes. He, too, couldn’t help laughing.
He didn’t expect that letting go of everything, being loved, and loving someone could bring such happiness.
It was the first time that Xu Menggui truly understood the meaning of the word happiness.
【Ding, male lead’s favorability: 95.】
Bai Weiwei stayed in the hospital for a week. She’d been badly injured, but fortunately she hadn’t damaged any of her most important internal organs.
Ultimately, only her bones were broken.
Her head, the part that received the most severe impact, was also found to have no remaining blood clots.
Other than amnesia.
It was practically a miracle that she had survived this car accident so safely.
So in one week, she was discharged from the hospital and sent home to rest.
Xu Menggui transformed the Bai family home.
The Bai family home would definitely make Bai Weiwei feel a sense of familiarity.
When the time came for him to say that this was the place they got married, she would have a sense of familiarity but no suspicions.
He was the kind of person who, when committing a crime, could perfectly cover up any traces and fabricate a scene.
In order to maintain this beautiful lie.
Like a criminal with a high IQ.
He altered all the locations that could give the game away.
When Bai Weiwei returned home, her gaze swept over the house. “I think I’ve lived here.”
Xu Menggui, unperturbed, replied, “Of course you lived here. This is our home.”
Bai Weiwei had no doubts.
She confidently stayed behind to recuperate.
And Xu Menggui took care of her, akin to a husband following the 24 filial exemplars .
Bai Weiwei didn’t need to do anything. In any case, she was muddling along and waiting to die.
Xu Menggui brought a bouquet of flowers every day and a little surprise every three days.
Bai Weiwei would give an appropriate little smile and a few honeyed words.
The favorability would rise at a tortoise-like pace.
It went up by 2 points.
It seemed that it was almost time for the end of this route.
There were still three points left.
Bai Weiwei also hadn’t been expecting to coax him into a hundred points of favorability with just a few words.
1: PS = Photoshop.↩
2: 二十四孝(的老公): The Twenty-four Filial Exemplars (husband). The Twenty-four Filial Exemplars is a classical text describing instances of Confucian filial piety. The stories all have to do with showing filial piety to one’s parents (or in-laws). Some of the stories are pretty extreme shows of filial piety, especially by modern standards. I think the phrase is used in this context to show just how dedicated Xu Menggui was in tending to her needs like how a son is expected to be filial to his parents.↩
Cheese: that fake hospital document tho.. is that just to keep up the lie or is it projecting *eyes emoji*