Translator – Xiao He Lian

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Chapter 102.1

A’Gu whimpered anxiously, ran over, burying his head in the man’s body and sniffing around and tried to use his head to hit that person’s shoulders but unfortunately, its strength was too weak, so it was useless to do so.

A’Gu kept whimpering anxiously and then he looked up at Wen Chi, as if urging him on.

Wen Chi walked over, crouched down and suspended the candlestick he was holding.
The light on the candlestick was blown around by the night wind but the wind was not strong enough to extinguish the weak flame.

Under the dim candlelight, Wen Chi saw a familiar face.

Wen Chi was shocked——

It was indeed Shi Ye ……

But why did Shi Ye appear in this place? Didn’t he not come to the Villa? He hadn’t shown up at Consort Rong’s birthday party either, and almost everyone thought that Shi Ye was explicitly and implicitly drawing a line with Consort Rong and the fourth prince by not coming.

Wen Chi’s mind was filled with a bunch of question marks but at the moment he couldn’t care less, he gently tapped Shi Ye’s shoulder.

“Your Royal Highness?”

Shi Ye’s eyes were closed tightly and his long eyelashes trembled violently.
He seemed to really want to open them but no matter how hard he tried, his eyelids were as heavy as a rock.


Gradually, his breathing suddenly became heavy and his eyebrows knitted together in great pain.

At the same time, a familiar aroma scrambled into Wen Chi’s nose, the aroma was even stronger and sweeter than ever before.

Wen Chi was in a trance for a moment and when finally came back to his senses, he patted his face hastily, forcing himself to calm down.

Wen Chi observed Shi Ye’s injury by candlelight, only to find that Shi Ye was covered in blood.

Shi Ye was wearing a snow white robe and a large amount of scarlet blood stained his clothes, resembling a red spider lily in full bloom, especially glaring in the white snow.

Although Wen Chi didn’t know where Shi Ye came from, he could see that Shi Ye was seriously injured.
He hesitated for a moment, got up decisively and walked back, deciding to find Ruo Tao for help.

Seeing Wen Chi’s movements, A’Gu, who was circling around Shi Ye, seemed to realize something and immediately became anxious.
He hurriedly ran over, biting Wen Chi’s trouser leg with his mouth, trying to pull Wen Chi back.

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“A’Gu, let go.” Wen Chi said helplessly, regardless of whether A’Gu could understand his words, he explained, “I’m not leaving, I’m going to find someone to save him.”


A’Gu was still whimpering and biting at Wen Chi’s trouser leg.

Wen Chi sighed, picked up A’Gu with one hand and decided to go find Ruo Tao with the white fox.

However, he only took a few steps when his legs stopped involuntarily.
Then, as if his body was summoned by some kind of force, he quickly turned around and returned to Shi Ye’s side.

Wen Chi: “…”

He took a deep breath, desperately suppressing the irritability that had welled up in his throat.

Since he came back from Jinzhou, he didn’t know whether there is a problem with Wen Liang’s side or the reality has seriously deviated from the original plot line, but he has been controlled by that force more and more frequently.

At first, Wen Chi still struggled and resisted but now he knows that no matter how much he struggles and resists, he is just fish on the chopping board, so he might as well accept the reality quietly.

Thinking of this, Wen Chi put the candlestick on A’Gu’s head and tried to hug Shi Ye horizontally—but he couldn’t hold him.

Wen Chi paused, held his breath and tried again.

Still, he could not carry him.


He tried repeatedly but to no avail.

Wen Chi remembered how easily Shi Ye had carried him in his arms before and suddenly there was a long silence.

It was only when A’Gu on the side grumbled and urged him on that Wen Chi picked up his shattered self-esteem.
He changed his posture and finally carried Shi Ye on his back.

Although it was very strenuous to carry him, it was within Wen Chi’s tolerance.

He said, “let’s go” to A’Gu and then stepped on the soft snowflakes and walked towards the backyard of the house step by step.

A’Gu quickly ran in front of Wen Chi, with the candlestick firmly on his head, the flame dancing in the night wind.

The distance from the edge of the bamboo grove to Wen Chi’s house was only about hundred meters but it took Wen Chi a stick of incense1(30min) to walk it, and it was only when he put Shi Ye to bed that Wen Chi felt his whole body come to life.

Because he was in a hurry to go out, he only wore a coat that was not too thin or thick over his inner wear.
He had just walked around in the snow and after walking around in the snow, he felt that his legs had been frozen to death.

He stomped his feet, took the candlestick off A’Gu’s head and let A’Gu climb onto his bed.
After putting the candlestick down, he went to find Ruo Tao.

Unexpectedly, as soon as he opened the door, he saw Ruo Tao standing outside the door with a worried face.

Ruo Tao must have got up in a hurry, her hair and clothes were a little messy.
She was holding some things in her hand, and before Wen Chi could react, she stuffed those things into Wen Chi.

Wen Chi took a closer look and found that it was gauze and plaster.

Ruo Tao frowned tightly and said: “Although His Highness the Crown Prince has the ability to heal himself, the more seriously His Highness is injured, the slower the speed of self-healing will be.
Although the wound can heal, the pain will always exist.
Young Master, take good care of His Highness the Crown Prince.”

Wen Chi was stunned for a moment: “How do you know it’s him?”




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