The Reborn Young Master’s Pampered Cousin (60)
Dragging a person to bed without another word, sooner or later there’d be kidney deficiencies1.
Qi Chimu’s expression was still incomparably gentle, but his fingers gripped her hand with an unusual roughness.
Then he put her bloodied finger into his mouth.
As he expected, Bai Weiwei sternly shouted, “Qi Chimu, you’re sick! Release me!”
Qi Chimu couldn’t help himself from licking the finger in his mouth.
The soft entanglements during this period of time had already whetted his appetite.
He had never known that the taste of a woman could be this soft and tender.
Ignoring her furious cursing, he quietly licked for a good while, as though savoring a pastry.
Even Bai Weiwei, a veteran who had seen all kinds of sick capture targets, felt a chill down her back.
This kind of pervert who smiled dotingly2 while licking someone’s fingers.
Was the most terrifying.
In the future, if he suddenly broke out into killing people, he might have this kind of perverted smiling face.
Once Qi Chimu finished licking, he released her. He spoke with a dissatisfied expression, “What are you embroidering? Is it for me?”
Bai Weiwei snatched back her hand, vigorously wiping it with a handkerchief. “You think so beautifully. I’d embroider for a dog before I embroidered for you.”
Qi Chimu looked down faintly, seeming a bit sad.
He felt as though he’d been struck by her ruthless words.
Then he gently reached out and, grasping her arm, abruptly applied force.
Bai Weiwei trembled, her face immediately growing pale.
“Your words make me feel uncomfortable. Let’s go to bed and have a chat.”
He said with an honest face.
Bai Weiwei: Last time in bed she used a substitute patch and wasted her kidney. Too big of a loss.
Her face that was flushed with anger was simply lovable and charming in his eyes.
Bai Weiwei gave up on being stubborn. “I’ll give you an embroidered handkerchief.”
Saying this, she tore the handkerchief she had just finished embroidering and shoved it in his hands.
On the handkerchief was embroidery of a peony with splitting branches and leaves.
Just a glance made it clear it was something belonging to a maiden.
It really wasn’t appropriate to give to a grown man, but Qi Chimu didn’t mind, and instead he tucked it away with a gentle smile.
“Wife’s3 embroidered handkerchief, I will make sure to keep it safe.”
He had already found a new way to disgust her. The more intimately he behaved, the more uncomfortable she was.
“Tomorrow I will go take the provincial exam. Wait obediently at home, don’t run around.”
He ordered genialy, but his eyes were cold and bright in warning.
Bai Weiwei jeered, “Someone like you going is just one more failure. Don’t lose face.”
Qi Chimu felt she truly was a little scoundrel who hadn’t learned well.
She clearly knew that provoking him would do her no good, yet she still hadn’t learned to calculate against him in a roundabout manner.
Instead, she remained straightforwardly wicked.
Qi Chimu did not get angry. He raised a finger and touched the flower on her forehead, the action carrying a trace of pampering.
“When I return as a top scorer, I will let you live a good life.”
This life, not only would he be the top scorer, he also wanted to snatch the merit of supporting the true dragon to the throne.
Many ministers needed to be rooted out, and many policies needed him to carry them out.
More importantly, he needed to improve his health. He could not die an early death.
Lest he let Bai Weiwei off lightly. He wanted to torment her for a lifetime.
Qi Chimu wasn’t aware of how distorted his mentality was. Rather, he was used to it.
Bai Weiwei gritted her teeth and gave a cold harrumph, but she didn’t dare to mock him further. Her pink face flushed red, tender enough to pinch out peach blossom juice.
Qi Chimu looked dazedly for a while before lowering his eyes again, concealing his stunned emotions.
Since the next day was the provincial exam, he needed to prepare his things for the examination.
1: In traditional Chinese medicine, the kidney is seen as a super important organ in the regulation and balance of yin and yang energy, and its health also dictates sexual health. Excessive sexual activity is believed to cause a yang deficiency, or kidney deficiency.↩
2: 姨妈笑: lit. (maternal) aunt’s smile. Doesn’t always have to be a smile from a woman, though. It describes a doting or pampering smile, usually directed at something or someone you like.↩
3: 娘子: could be a polite form of address for a woman, but also a dialectical form of address for one’s wife. Given the circumstances, it’s likely the latter?↩