Original novel in Chinese by: 御我 (Yu Wo)
Part Thirty-four (End) – translated by Minna (proofread by Trespasserby & Arcedemius; C/E edited by lucathia)
Lin Jian Yin’s eyes widened. “What? Are you confessing to me?”
“No!” Meng said seriously, “This, of course, is a proposal. Didn’t you hear me say ‘marriage?’”
“What?” Lin Jian Yin opened his mouth wide. After a while, he finally shouted, “No way! What kind of man lets a woman propose? At least, that man can’t be me! This is so humiliating!”
“Didn’t you say you would respect me? Can’t I even propose to you?” Meng felt wronged.
“This, this…” Lin Jian Yin struggled painfully from the bottom of his heart for a while. In the middle, he accidentally caught a glimpse of Meng’s hopeful but also fearful expression. Also, his inner clock had already counted down to twenty-something seconds. He replied hurriedly, “Alright already, if you want to propose, then propose.
“I’m willing. Are you happy now?”
Meng smiled so radiantly, so sweetly, that her smile could drown a person. Seeing it, Lin Jian Yin couldn’t stop himself from revealing an idiotic smile. As if he were falling into that sweet smile, even the sky and the earth started to spin. The scenery, the imperial palace, and the crowd in the surroundings slowly blurred together, like a painting that had water poured over it. The colors began merging together, and you couldn’t make anything else out anymore…
A faint sentence drifted over. “Damn! Only needed a few more seconds. This contract is of no use anymore. My work was for naught!”