Chapter 6: Cannot Afford to Offend (1) (Part 2) Original translation is from tenderflower's blog.

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“When you grow up, no boy is willing to marry you home, so you can only stay at home and be an old girl to be ridiculed!” Qin-shi gritted her teeth.
In the past, she thought her daughter was small, and she was reluctant to put her face down to discipline her, but now she couldn’t be easy on her anymore.
Otherwise, she couldn’t do housework, couldn’t do needlework, couldn’t read, and couldn’t be the daughter-in-law of an ordinary peasant family, nor could she be the mistress of the house of a wealthy family.
What if she really couldn’t get married?

“Oh, it’s like that, that’s fine too.
I’ll always stay with Daddy and you.” Shu Lan said indifferently.
Her parents were so good to her and she didn’t bother to marry.

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Seeing her daughter’s indifferent appearance, Qin-shi was about to get mad at her, “You…”

“Aunt, did Ah Lan make you angry again?” Xiao Lang appeared at the door of Shu’s courtyard with a small food bowl.

Shu Lan stood up abruptly, staring vigilantly at the plain-clothed young man across from her.

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The little boy from that year had grown into a little adult.
He was almost the tallest among the children of the same age in the village.
He was about the same as the 15-year-old Shu Wan and was half a head taller than her.
After years of hunting in the mountains, his face and arms were sun-dried the same color as wheat, which made his originally delicate face appear more mature than his actual age.
He had a less lively aura of children and was more stable than an adult.
At this moment, his dark and deep eyes were looking at her with a smile.
It was just like a tabby cat and she was a little mouse trapped in the corner.
She could only be played by him and when he was not interested, he would pounce on her and eat her!

No, Shu Lan didn’t want to stay with Xiao Lang for a moment.
She turned around and ran into the house.
She wanted to bolt the door.
She would come out again when Xiao Lang left.

Qin-shi quickly grabbed her daughter’s arm and said to Xiao Lang with a smile on her face: “Ah Lang is here.
Come in quickly.
Your younger sister has been expecting you to come.”

After Lan-shi’s death, Xiao Lang didn’t speak for a whole month.
He didn’t cry, but everyone who knew Xiao Lang could see that the child was in a bad mood, and Xiao Shouwang was worried for fear the child would hold back to become sick.
Later, Qin-shi thought Shu Lan and Xiao Lang grew up together.
Although her daughter had been hiding from Xiao Lang because of that misunderstanding, she was still a child after all.
Maybe Xiao Lang would feel better if she took the initiative to care.
Facts proved that her idea was correct.
Her daughter just touched Xiao Lang's head carefully and Xiao Lang's eyes regained brilliance.
Since then, as long as he was facing her daughter, the smile on Xiao Lang's face would be more.

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Therefore, every time Xiao Lang came over, Qin-shi, who was distressed about the young man losing his mother early, would ask Shu Lan to “warmly” entertain him.

Xiao Lang looked at the little girl who was struggling and twisting in Qin-shi’s arms and refused to look directly at him.
He smiled slightly: “Oh, by chance, my father just stewed a chicken and asked me to bring it to my aunt for lunch.
Ah Lan must love to eat.” He walked in after he spoke.

Qin-shi was not polite to him either, took the food bowl with one hand, and shoved Shu Lan into Xiao Lang’s hand with the other, hating iron for not steel: “Ah Lang, your sister Wan just went to town.
This child is stupid.
You tidy up for her.” From childhood to adulthood, Xiao Lang helped take care of many things for Shu Lan.
Qin-shi almost treated him as half a son and didn’t consider the harm between men and women.
She turned around to put things away and began to prepare lunch.

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“Okay, I’ll comb my younger sister’s hair.” Xiao Lang squeezed Shu Lan’s hand that was trying to break free and pushed the person back onto the low stool.
He leaned over to her ear and said, “You better be honest with me, otherwise I’ll pull out all your hair!”

Shu Lan sat there blankly with crystal tears swirling in her eyes. Mother ah mother, did you know that this person is actually a wolf in human skin?


Original translation is from willkissonyou, tenderflower.
If you're not reading from tenderflower then it'd been stolen and posted without the consent of tenderflower.

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