Shameless: Chapter 8B

Shameless: Chapter 8B

Title: A fierce tiger meets a wildflower, restrain its teeth and claw

Present

Jiang Xiaoning sighed faintly and kissed Han Jia’s ear before he spoke softly. “I know, you didn’t like it before. But I want to be gentle…”

Han Jia smiled lightly, “When did you pay attention to that? Yesterday—” he deliberately dragged his voice and said enticingly, “Wasn’t it good?”

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Shameless: Chapter 8A

Shameless: Chapter 8A

Title: A fierce tiger meets a wildflower, restrain its teeth and claw

Past

When Han Jia dragged Jiang Xiaoning into the elevator, he was already tired and panting excessively.

Jiang Xiaoning was in an even more sorry state than him. His clothes had been torn when they fought earlier, exposing skin and he also had a bloody mouth that was cut by pieces of the ornament. The palm print on his cheek was redder and more swollen than before, there was even tear stains that had yet to dry.

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SAYE – Chapter 4

SAYE – Chapter 4

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Gu Fei parked his motorcycle in front of the shop and Gu Miao swiftly climbed onto the backseat with her skateboard pressed against her chest. Then she held onto his waist and put her own face against his back.

“Let me see your face,” Gu Fei said as he turned his head around.

Gu Miao lifted her face for him to look.

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SAYE – Chapter 3

SAYE – Chapter 3

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The glossy bald head in front of the storage shelves belonged to Gu Miao. After this young girl had completely shaved her head, it was impossible to tell that she was a girl—not to mention, she had on a boy’s greyish-blue down-filled jacket. If it were not for her eyes, Jiang Cheng would not have been able to recognize that this was Gu Miao.

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Addicted: Book Two – Epilogue 4

Addicted: Book Two – Epilogue 4

Epilogue: (4) Wedding Night

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The night was naturally colored brightly—the moonlight outside the French-style windows sneakily infiltrated the house and sprinkled sparkling, translucent shadows on the floor of the wedding room.

The lights in the room had all been turned off, leaving only one colored candle to illuminate. In the warm and hazy candlelight, the newlywed was hiding beneath the new blanket with their fingers tapping rapidly on the keyboard.

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Addicted: Book Two – Epilogue 3

Addicted: Book Two – Epilogue 3

(3) A Dead Loss

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Regarding the question of who was to be the first to go, the two still took a traditional approach and that was with a game of—rock, paper, scissors.

Facts have proven that when it came to aspects involving this game, Gu Hai was truly no match for Bai Luo Yin. While others relied on luck, Bai Luo Yin was an expert in utilizing psychological tactics. He essentially needed only to quickly glance at Gu Hai in order to know with certainty what he would choose.

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