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Season 9

Episode 22

(Back Then, I Adored You (2)

Qin Zhi’ai suddenly recalled how Gu Yusheng had raged at her because of the necklace Qin Jiayan had sent to her when she was acting as Liang Doukou’s body double. After breaking the necklace, he had waited for a long time before returning home. When he finally had, he did not speak to her before leaving again. It had been raining that night, and when Qin Zhi’ai had gone to the balcony to retrieve her manuscript, she had happened to notice Gu Yusheng standing in the rain and smoking quietly.

Just thinking about how things had been between the two of them in the past and comparing that to their present situation made everything seem like a fairytale. It was both heartbreaking and intoxicating.

Her heart grew particularly tender at this moment. Qin Zhi’ai leaned against the balcony glass window with her phone in her hand and stared at Gu Yusheng’s figure. When she spoke, her voice was extremely gentle. “Why are you here?”

Gu Yusheng’s reaction seemed belated. He turned his head and looked through the window of the master bedroom. “I was afraid that my bride would run away in the middle of the night, and I didn’t feel at ease, so I came here to watch over her.”

Qin Zhi’ai laughed at Gu Yusheng’s teasing. Perhaps it was because she had reminisced about the past too excessively that night, and her heart was filled to the brim with emotions. After laughing, she could not help but sigh softly. “I really did not expect that I would actually end up marrying you.”

Gu Yusheng remained quiet for a long time over the phone, before saying with a deep sincerity, “It’s the same for me. I never expected that I would marry you.”

At that moment, their hearts tightly intertwined.


Qin Zhi’ai finally fell asleep at two in the morning, and Mother Qin woke her up three hours later.

As she sat in front of the dressing table, four makeup artists crowded around her to apply their expertise, a session that was finally completed three hours later.


At 9:10 a.m., they heard a bang! coming from outside the villa, followed by fireworks bursting dramatically in the air. Gu Yusheng and his groomsmen stepped into the living room just in time to catch another display through the windows.

The liveliness that started on the first floor grew increasingly louder as it approached the master bedroom. Qin Zhi’ai, who was sitting on the bed, became nervous. When she heard the clamor from her bridesmaids demanding red packets from the groomsmen, she held her breath. The continued exclamations made her raise her head, when she saw countless red packets falling through the air. The bridesmaids who were blocking the door dispersed as they rushed forward to grab them.

Gu Yusheng, who was dressed in a black Western suit, stepped into the master bedroom in high spirits. He knelt on one knee before her and personally put on her shoes for her. She lowered her head to gaze at his dazzling face. Before she could get her fill of looking at him, he lifted her easily in his arms. She wrapped her arms around his neck, and when she lifted her head her eyes met his lowered ones.

The noises around them grew even louder as colorful fireworks continued falling from all directions.

Gu Yusheng carried Qin Zhi’ai out of the house and into the car while surrounded by the groomsmen and bridesmaids. As they arrived at the Gu Mansion, a long string of firecracker explosions greeted them. Gu Yusheng carried Qin Zhi’ai out of the car and to the front door. They entered the living room together, where Gu Yusheng, under the guidance of the master of ceremonies, served tea to Old Master Gu as a sign of respect. Old Master Gu gave each of them a red packet.

The baby was in Nanny Zhang’s arms. They were standing by the side and, when Qin Zhi’ai and Gu Yusheng stood up, she extended her chubby hands to get their attention.

Both Qin Zhi’ai and Gu Yusheng reached out to carry her, but she ended up snatching the falling, thick red packets in their hands. She then waved the red packets happily and snuggled back into Nanny Zhang’s embrace as if she was no longer interested in her parents.


  1. I pray the wedding goes well

  2. Author, abeg i no want hear Tori o, this wedding must go well o

  3. Abeg make the wedding be blushing one

  4. Adeola Adeniran Ahmodu28 October 2020 at 07:07

    I wish the two of you all the best.



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