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Season 11

Episode 61

(Xiaowei’s Wedding (2)

Jiang Xiaowei looked at Huo Mian admirably. “You’re the only one thinking of the bigger picture. True, you would never give into or forgive the enemy, but you would never purposely seek revenge on her either. Some men aren’t even as magnanimous as you.”

Jiang Xiaowei had always been a big fan of Huo Mian’s; Wei Liao was often grateful that both of them were women because if one of them were a guy, he and Qin Chu would have been kicked to the curb long ago.

After Song Yishi left, the overall atmosphere became much livelier. Mo Xue’er and Ni Yang both performed their new singles, while Gao Ran showed off his amazing dart skills… After all, he was part of the people’s police and had great aim.

They ate, chatted, and played; no one’s mood was affected because of Song Yishi’s departure.

Su Yu, on the other hand, sat in his Lucifer costume, looking unique but lonely. Unlike Song Yishi, who dressed up as a mermaid princess to become the center of attention, Su Yu didn’t try to grab Huo Mian’s attention by dressing up as Lucifer.

Rather, he was saddened by Lucifer’s story and empathized with him. To his surprise, everyone loved his costume – both Jiang Xiaowei and Zhu Lingling took photos with him since he was extremely handsome, and his black wings looked really cool. His costume was both mysterious and low-key…

Lucifer wasn’t from heaven nor hell; he was a lone soul that existed in darkness. Jiang Xiaowei thought that Su Yu’s costume fit his current state of mind. He loved Huo Mian but couldn’t get her.

However, everyone there was smart enough not to bring up the topic of Su Yu and Huo Mian again.

In the end, they all got pretty drunk, and Ni Yang played the piano as the others danced in the living room with wine glasses in their hands.

Even Huo Mian, who was usually a reserved person, had a lot of fun with Zhu Lingling. Su Yu, however, stood off to the side, quietly watching them.

For some strange reason, he found himself to be out of place amidst the party and fun…

Just then, Qin Chu walked up to Su Yu, with a glass of wine in his hand. “I never got to thank you for the army surgeon.”

Qin Chu’s voice was faint; like Huo Mian, he never expressed his emotions in front of other people and always acted much more mature than others his age.

The black-robed vampire costume looked extraordinarily handsome on him.

Su Yu tilted his head to look at Qin Chu. “Don’t thank me, I didn’t do it for you.”

“I know you didn’t do it for me. In the past, I thought you liked Mian because you couldn’t get her, or because you were curious. But now, I feel like… that’s not the case.” Qin Chu never thought that one day, he would peacefully talk to Su Yu about Huo Mian, of all things.

“Huo Mian… never mind, nothing matters. You’re a lucky man, Qin Chu. Sometimes I’m so jealous of you I feel like I’m going crazy… You only showed up in her life a couple of years earlier than I did… but you have a hold over her entire life. Truth be told, I was really scared on the day of your surgery. All I could think about was that I needed Huo Mian to stay alive. So… I wanted you to live as well because only that way will I be able to see Huo Mian healthy and unharmed…” Su Yu said in all seriousness.

Qin Chu held his wineglass; he didn’t say anything but turned his head to looked at Huo Mian, standing not far away from them.

She was bunny dancing with Zhu Lingling and looked adorable as she jumped up and down. On her face was a smile that suited her age.

Huo Mian looked like a child when she smiled and showed her most innocent side, usually hidden at the bottom of her heart.

Both Qin Chu and Su Yu’s gentle gazes landed on her… they were both outstanding and successful, but neither of them could ever get enough of her.

“Don’t let your guard down. If you want her for the rest of your life, then you have to be good to her, as good as you possibly can be. Or else… one day, if you hurt her, I will steal her away from you,” Su Yu suddenly threatened.


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