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The Jasmine Scented White Moonlight : Chapter 6 – Part 1


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Ning Wan naturally wouldn’t leave; he took a step forward and stood shoulder to shoulder with Shen Shuyun.


Shen Shuyun didn’t pay Ning Wan too much attention, he came forward, twisted the wrist of the person rushing up to him, broke it in front of him and then released his hand and pushed hard, directly throwing the person out, crashing into the person behind him who was triing to stand up. The two of them rolled together and fell down, moaning unceasingly on the ground.


The dark-skinned man tried to sneak up on him from his left side, but Shen Shuyun noticed him. He bent his elbow and slammed it into the man’s chest, only to hear a cracking sound, and the man actually fell to the ground, covering his chest and unable to even crawl!

Shen Shuyun had just broken his ribs with that blow!


Shen Shuyun frowned and stared at the remaining two, asking in a cold voice: “Are you still coming at me?”

The two young men saw that the situation was not good, and almost tried to pull their legs out and run away: “Not coming, not coming, please let us go.”

After saying that, they helped the people lying on the ground and fled in utter disgrace.

“What a bunch of bullies and bastards.” Shen Shuyun patted Ning Wan’s shoulder and said softly: “Let’s go, let’s not dwell on it.”


Ning Wan still hadn’t gotten used to Shen Shuyun’s transformation, and he somewhat dumbfoundedly responded: “Oh, okay.”

His gaze fell to the white eustoma stems that had been trampled on the ground, and he sighed again.

That damned bastard had trampled all over the flowers he had chosen for Shen Shuyun.

Because of this incident, their original plan to go to the supermarket was naturally ruined.

Shen Shuyun brought Ning Wan home, pulled out the medicine box from the locker and took out cotton swabs and iodine.

He then turned on the floor lamp next to the sofa and sat down to apply medicine on Ning Wan’s wounds. 


“That alley has been very chaotic. There were robbery, theft, and even a dead body found in that alley…The police have been called a few times before but they have failed to control the situation and then they have gradually stopped caring…Our school has instructed students not to go to that area…Why would you go there?”

Ning Wan lowered his head in embarrassment and mumbled: “I got lost…”

Unlike Shen Shuyun who easily taught that group of thugs a lesson, Ning Wan suffered quite a bit.

The right side of his mouth was broken and his face was colorful, looking miserable.

Shen Shuyun gave him medicine, looking at Ning Wan’s frustrated look, he roughly guessed what Ning Wan was moping about, and couldn’t help but lightly laugh:

“Don’t feel ashamed, so many people ganged up on you yet you didn’t let them round you up and beat you up, it’s already good enough. It’s just in terms of fighting, don’t even mention those few beta, I don’t think some alphas can beat me either.”

“Brother Yun, did you practice fighting before?”

“My alpha dad is a retired soldier,” Shen Shuyun shrugged and continued: “He previously served in the National Special Forces; he was a Special Forces soldier. He taught me all my fighting techniques – It was all about fighting and killing people on the battlefield. These are moves that an ordinary person with little or no skills and discipline will naturally be unable to beat.”

Ning Wan felt a chill on the back of his neck.


“I think you’re actually quite strong too, not quite like those omegas…”

“What do you think an omega should be like?” Shen Shuyun lowered his eyes: “Is an omega supposed to be born weak, helpless and vulnerable? Some Omegas do live like that, but that’s their choice, I just live as I please.”

Ning Wan looked at Shen Shuyun, half of his face was shrouded in warm yellow light, the other half was buried in the shadows, the interplay of light and shadow made his face appear even more smooth, his eyebrows looked warm and gentle, under a curtain of long eyelashes, hide a pair of brimming eyes.

There was always peace there, just like the person he was, gentle and forgiving, he always seemed to be soft and good-tempered. But right now, Ning Wan discovered a hidden side within Shen Shuyun.

It turned out that this person’s heart was resilient to this extent.


“I didn’t mean it that way… “Ning Wan leaned in front of Shen Shuyun, his tone slow and solemn: “In fact, as long as it’s you, I think it’s good no matter what you choose to do.”

He leaned so close that Shen Shuyun’s nose could smell a lingering fragrance of gin – it was Ning Wan’s pheromones.

These words were too ambiguous, so ambiguous that even Shen Shuyun felt a bit overwhelmed, and his ears slowly burned.

In order to hide this shy panic or perhaps burned by this unfamiliar warmth, Shen Shuyun lightly pushed a hand on Ning Wan, feigning calmness to pull the topic back to his injury:

“Sit back; I haven’t finished applying the medicine yet. Don’t move so as not to tear the wound.”


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The Raccoon Ate The Dragon: Part 3


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I was an idiot for going to the meeting place with high hopes when he told me he had something important to talk about on Christmas Eve night.


We had been together for 4 years; I was 26 years old; I was at the right age to get married. He always said, “We’ll get married next year,”. He also mentioned that he was expecting a promotion at the beginning of the year, so how could I not be hopeful?

We would meet at the station, have dinner at a fancy restaurant, and finally he would surprise me with a proposal?

What an idiot I had been for imagining that!

I also hoped that afterwards we would stay in a slightly higher rated hotel? The next day is my day off, so I thought that we would spend the whole night together…Ah I’m really stupid for wearing such an expensive pair of underwear!


I had arrived an hour before our meeting time because I was so excited, but the person who appeared in front of me was a slender, well suited, beautiful woman.

Huh? Huh? Why are Shinjo-san and Fushimi-san together?

Oh, a coincidence? Maybe they ran into each other? …But why are the two of them locking arms with each other?

I think I looked at them with a blank stare. I must have looked pretty dumb.

“I’m sorry, Meiko. This is the way it is, so let’s break up.”


“I’m sorry Tanuki-senpai[1]. Even though I knew you were going out with Shinjou-san, I just couldn’t give up…”

That’s right. I had kept it a secret from the company, but I had told Fushimi-san that I was going out with Shinjo-san in secret… or rather, she found out. Normally, if you already knew, would you still take your senior’s boyfriend?

I mean, what about Shinjou-san?

Would you dump your girlfriend of the right age after 4 years of dating and switch to a younger girl in the same department?

Have you thought about whether you’d have trouble with your previous girlfriend or maybe jeopardize your job?

What a steel mental mentality.

The shock was so great that I was left stunned. All I could say was ‘Oh, yes’.


Maybe it’s because my answer was so simple, and the two of them had a kind of subtle look on their faces, but in the end, with a smug look on their faces, they just left, arm in arm, with only the useless information of ‘I have dinner reservations’.

As for me, I walked around the city in a daze, unable to recover from the shock. The whole city is filled with Christmas excitement. Every shop I walked into was full of happy couples.

I finally found a small tavern in a back alley that didn’t seem to be celebrating Christmas at all.

“Sweetheart, sweetheart, are you okay?”

He gently shook my shoulder and I opened my eyelids. Oh no, I must have fallen asleep.

“Ah! I am having a great time!”

“Are you sure you’re OK?”

I noticed that I was apparently the only one there and the restaurant seemed to be closed for business.

While I was still sober, I managed to pay the bill and walked out of the shop, waving to the landlady who was anxiously seeing me out of the shop.

I shouldn’t have worn high heeled, fashionable shoes.

But still, what time is it? Did I miss the last train?


According to my original plan, I was supposed to be making out with Shinjo-san at the hotel by now. Until a few hours ago, I had no intention of taking the last train home.

Right now, Shinjo-san and Fushimi-san must be flirting with each other~ Having a pillow talk? The thought of me sleeping in bed alone, laughing at myself, made me feel angry and the good feeling of being drunk disappeared.

I am definitely not going to spend tonight alone…. I’m going to do whatever it takes to have sex with a man!

I was originally going to get laid tonight. A random stranger on the street, I’ll definitely eat your dick!

Bold ideas that I normally wouldn’t think of come out of my mouth tonight. Being drunk is amazing.

Once I made up my mind, I had no choice but to find a partner.

I walked down the street, looking around with the eyes of a hunter.

All these guys are walking around with their arms around their partner, what is this! Was there a law that says you can’t walk alone tonight?

If you look around, there are couples all over the place, and if you see someone walking alone, it’s usually an uncle and you hesitate somehow.

I’m going to eat your dick! Although I was enthusiastic and said that but I didn’t mean that I could do it with anyone.

It was at that moment that I found a young man standing at the entrance of a dark building one street off the main road.


I stopped and stared at him.

From a distance, I could see that he was well built, well dressed and older than me. I guessed that he was in his mid-thirties at most…

It was too dark for a rendezvous. He was all alone with no sign of a woman.

Yes! Success!

Once I found my prey, I scolded my shaky legs and hurried down the narrow alleyway in a straight line toward the man.

[1] A senpai is a person who is either older, more experienced, in a higher social position or to a person who has entered the same school or workplace earlier.


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The Jasmine Scented White Moonlight : Chapter 5 – Part 2

Ning Wan came out of the office just after four o’clock. He stretched his back, rubbed his aching neck, and got into a taxi.

The number of times he had taken a taxi in the past few days all added up to almost more than he had in the past year: “To the city’s third high school.”


Ning Wan thought of Shen Shuyun, and his lips couldn’t help but bring some smiles back to his face.

He thought that although he was doing these things that were completely different from his usual habits, he didn’t feel forced at all – because they were all related to Shen Shuyun, so everything seemed to be coated with honey.

Ning Wan looked at the unfamiliar scenery outside the window, and changed his mind, he looked at the taxi driver and said: “Master, please drive to the nearest flower shop to the third high school, I’ll just get off there.”

The weather was so nice today which made him want to bring a bouquet of flowers for Shen Shuyun.


He originally wanted to buy a bouquet of jasmine, but it wasn’t in season; the price of jasmine was too high and the flower shop here didn’t stock this kind of flower.

So Ning Wan picked out a few white eustoma stems and had the clerk wrap them into a bouquet.

After buying the flowers, Ning Wan asked the florist for directions to the Third High School.

The clerk pointed him in the right direction and told Ning Wan the general route.

Ning Wan was a little confused, but he thought it didn’t sound like the distance was too far, so he held the bouquet of flowers in his hand and went on his way with confidence.


Twenty minutes later, Ning Evening discovered that he still thought too highly of himself, overestimating his ability to recognize the road.

After a series of left and right turns, he was still confused by the intricacies of the alley.

He couldn’t help but begin to doubt the clerk’s instructions: what happened to the part about walking in from this alley, turning a corner, and going through two more alleys to get there?

Ning Wan turned on his phone to navigate, but he really didn’t know the way, he was too unfamiliar with the area.

Even though he actually following the navigation he still made mistakes. He walked between these buildings but he couldn’t find the exit.

When he looked at the time, it was almost five o’clock.

He was in a hurry, so he couldn’t find his way around even more and walked haphazardly.

He didn’t know how, but Ning Wan actually reached a completely unfamiliar alleyway, and from afar, he saw five or six people squatting together smoking in front of him.

But before he could rejoice over the fact that he had finally found someone to ask for directions, a cigarette butt was thrown at his feet.


“Yo, here’s a fun one, and it looks like an alpha.” A man in a flowered shirt stood up from the ground, checking out Ning Wan casually with an ill-intentioned gaze: “Not badly dressed and can afford flowers, looks like a rich one.”

A dark-skinned young man behind him also stood up and echoed: “Good luck today, Brother Cheng, here comes a big one.”

Ning Wan realized that something was wrong and turned around to walk away.

But one of the guys put a hand on his shoulder with great pressure and said: “This brother, where are you going? Why don’t you come and leave something to honor your brother?”

“Let go” Ning Wan stared coldly at the man:”What do you want?”

“Money, what else is there to ask for? Buy two packs of cigarettes for your brothers!”

At this time, the phone in his pocket suddenly rang, Ning Wan took a look at it and put it to his ear: “Brother Yun, wait for me, I’m…”


Before he could finish, a muffled sound exploded in his ears –

Caught off guard, a fist struck Ning Wan hard on the side of his face, causing him to stumble, and his phone fell to the ground, rolling into the dust.

Ning Wan only felt dizzy and a cold voice came out: “I’m talking to you and you dare to make a phone call? Are you tired of living! Hurry up and pay the money or you won’t leave today and even the God of Heaven won’t be able to save you!”

Ning Wan had originally planned to give them all the money in his wallet in order to get out of there quickly, but after being punched for no reason, the fire in his heart couldn’t be contained at this point and rose up to his throat, staining his voice with a raspy and stubborn tone: “I just don’t want to, what can you do to me?”

“It’s best for you to give it on your own accord otherwise you will regret it!”

The man in the flowery shirt waved his arm and all the others came menacingly towards him.

Ning Wan sighed and gently set the white eustoma stems in his arms aside, dodging a punch as he fought with these people.

The problem was that although Ning Wan had learned fighting techniques, he didn’t often fight with others.

He had even stopped practicing his skills when he reached adulthood and now some of his moves had become rusty.

And as the saying goes, it’s hard to beat four hands with two fists. Facing these people at once, he inevitably fell behind and took a lot of punches on his body.

In the end, he was almost biting his teeth to hold on.


Just as Ning Wan twisted the man in the flowered shirt’s arm to avoid the kick that was coming at his knee, he hadn’t even noticed that someone had come around behind him, so when he turned his head, it was too late to dodge the fist that was coming straight at him!

Ning Wan involuntarily closed his eyes and gritted his teeth in preparation for the severe pain. However, the unexpected fist didn’t land on his face-

Ning Wan suddenly opened his eyes and saw a fair hand, clutching tightly at this person’s wrist, squeezing this person straight to the point of screaming: “Pain, pain!”

“I’m sorry I’m late” Shen Shuyun’s face was flushed after running so hard, he looked at Ning Wan and asked slightly out of breath: “Are you okay?”

 “Yes, I am fine…”

Only after hearing Ning Wan’s answer did Shen Shuyun’s tightly knitted eyebrows flattened.

He pinched the man’s wrist, and with one twist and turn, he removed the punk’s entire wrist, then moved very quickly to press down on the punk’s other hand that had taken out a small knife from his pocket.


He snatched the knife from his hand then kicked him violently towards his knee socket; he kicked the man so hard that he flung forward and kneeled down, wailing…

These were all things that happened in the blink of an eye.

 Ning Wan didn’t even have time to react as Shen Shuyun completed this set of walking disarming actions.

He crossed his long legs and stood in front of Ning Wan, saying sideways in a deep voice: “Don’t be afraid, you go first.”

Ning Wan:?

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The Case Of The 27 Knife Stabs: Chapter 5 – Part 3


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“27 sunflowers, 27 petals, this painting must have been painted by Liao Xiaoqing. He said he had never met Wang Rui and didn’t recognize Liao Xiaoqing, but he seemed to be familiar with the murder. If he didn’t know him, he wouldn’t have reacted this way. Also, he drank Da Hong Pao [1], the packaging of the tea jar is exactly the same as the one placed in Liao Xiaoqing’s house. He and the sisters, there must be a connection between them.”  


Han Zecheng and Mo Yun went to the Street Garden on Hengyang Road.

It was a lively place, full of people who are on a date, exercising, strolling and taking a break from shopping.

There are no security cameras on this street. Li Hai chose such a place to trade face to face, which is really smart.

Li Hong[2] called to say that he has found a new clue; someone had been looking for Wang Rui on the Internet to investigate a case about an affair.

The two men made contact via the forum first and then started exchanging private emails later on.

 Because the message in the forum mentioned a celebrity, only a reliable and experienced private investigator would dare to take such a job.

Li Hong traced it down and found that the person that the client asked Wang Rui to check is none other than Li Hai.  


Now things can be linked together.

Let’s assume that Wang Rui was commissioned to investigate Li Hai’s cheating, but then used the affair to blackmail Li Hai.

Although Li Hai paid the money, he still couldn’t get rid of Wang Rui, so he decided to set up a trap to kill him. 

But there is one thing that still doesn’t make sense in this scenario: why make Liao Xiaoqing do it?  

Li Hong replied: “Maybe he thinks that since Liao Xiaoqing is sick, she won’t be sentenced too harshly even if she gets caught and she’ll probably get an acquittal if she’s lucky.” 

“That’s still too much trouble, finding a professional killer would have been more efficient and neat. Wang Rui didn’t run or struggle, he just lay there to be slashed, it’s likely that he was already put down, so why bother with Liao Xiaoqing and make her stab him with a knife?!” Mo Yun also tried to make sense of the situation. 


At this time, Xia Fan who had been out running the whole day came back, she seemed very excited because she had brought back some good news:

” I found out that Li Hai is Liao Xiaoyu’s Gold Master. The house where the sisters live in was originally Li Hai’s, it was transferred to Liao Xiaoyu’s name three years ago and he still transfers money to Liao Xiaoyu’s account every month.”

[1] Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe) is a Wuyi rock tea grown in the Wuyi Mountains. It is a heavily oxidized, dark oolong tea. The highest quality versions frequently sell as the world’s most expensive tea.

[2] Little Li Zi


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After Being Marked By A Powerful Love Rival : Chapter 6 – Part 2

Song Jie blinked a few times and hugged Song Yi’s neck, slowly leaning in: “I don’t know what I should do right now, I need to think about it, okay?”


“You can think about it carefully” Song Yi sighed softly in his heart, patted Song Jie’s back and coaxed: “I’ll take you to my house now, don’t go out in such thin clothes in the future.”

The air flowed with the elegant scent of car fragrance; Song Jie sat up straight, gazed at the side of Song Yi’s face, and slowly rubbed her sore nose.

Song Jie and Song Yi’s father died early, Song Jie’s perception of males all came from her brother.


Before she got married, she was naive enough to think that all males in the world were like Song Yi, firm and gentle, but the cruel reality shattered her illusions. 

Her brother was unique in this world.

“It would be nice if you weren’t my brother” Song Jie whispered.  

Song Yi laughed: “Don’t say silly things, take a good rest, we’ll be home soon.”

Back home, Song Yi carefully treated Song Jie’s wounds and settled her to sleep in the guest room.

He poured a glass of red wine and leaned on the balcony with the glass.  

The midnight city lights were brilliant, neon as delicate as flowers, Song Yi had no intention of admiring it though, he took his phone out and started looking into his contacts; because of his career he knew many elite lawyers.  


Song Yi consulted them about Song Jie’s situation and the response was not encouraging.

This kind of divorce lawsuit is the most difficult to win.

The law provides for one-sided forced divorce with a three-month cooling-off period, and the marital property is divided in half, as is the debt.  

If Song Jie wants a forced divorce, the house will be divided in half with that scum and she will have to take on a load of debt.

Song Yi doesn’t want to be taken advantage of by a scum like this. There’s no such thing as a good thing in the world.

But for a while he could not think of a proper way to deal with him. His brother-in-law was like a piece of shit plaster, if he does not get the money, he will not give up.  

Song Yi was well aware that a law-abiding citizen like himself couldn’t do anything about such a scoundrel.

In the middle of the night Song Jie got up to drink water and noticed that the TV in the living room emitted a blue light; Song Jie cautiously walked over there to take a look.

Song Yi hasn’t slept yet, lazily leaning on the sofa, half squinting his eyes at the TV.

Song Jie felt guilty: “Brother, you shouldn’t worry too much about me either.”


“It’s alright, I am just not sleepy” Song Yi tilted his head and leaned on the pillow, yawning lightly.  

Song Jie moved gently and sat next to him, whispering: “I always feel that you’re putting too much pressure on yourself.”

“There’s only motivation when there’s pressure” Song Yi laughed lightly: “Besides, I’m still young so a little pressure is good.”

Song Jie hesitated and bit her lip: “But don’t you feel tired? All these years you’ve had to do everything in the house, big and small, and I’m tired of watching you do it.”

“I’m an Alpha, it’s only right to be tired, I can’t let you and mom get tired.”

Song Yi smiled, took off his glasses and put them on the coffee table: “Don’t think about it so much, with me taking care of you, even though I can’t do great riches, but I can still provide you with food and clothing for the rest of your lives.”  


Song Jie was so touched, her heart warmed: “Growing up it’s always been you taking care of others; I wish someone could take care of you.”  

“Where would I need someone else to take care of me?” Song Yi stretched his back.

People like him are like the weed in the grasslands, enduring the wind and rain, even if the weather is cold and the ground is freezing, the weed will stay put in his place.   

His was stubborn and resilient, so there was no need to take care of him.

Song Jie was speechless, she looked at him helplessly and was about to get up and go back to her room when she accidentally looked at the TV screen.

The midnight music channel was playing Gu Xingchuan’s song, the scene was a previous New Year’s Eve party, Gu Xingchuan was standing on a huge stage, with silver glow sticks all over the sky behind him like stars, quite a relic.     


“Hey… he had hit on me once; I didn’t know he was so popular now” Song Jie sighed and said regretfully: “If I had known, I would have asked him for an autograph then.”  

“He chatted you up?” Song Yi was startled, fuck, was Gu Xingchuan still human?

He actually made a move on Song Jie.

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