Leng Jin Yu’s lips twitched. “I don’t think it works that way …”
Qiu Ling snorted. “What are you trying to say? That you wouldn’t have given the child you have with Jinde preferential treatment? You have to be kidding me! I am the proof of you cheating on him! You probably would have wanted to abandon me as soon as the two of you got married.”
“That’s not what I meant.”
Qiu Ling blinked. “You really think you could have treated us equally?”
“No … I mean, yes. But that’s not what I was talking about.”
Qiu Ling looked at him skeptically. This guy actually dared to pretend he wouldn’t have preferred his love child with Jinde over him! How dishonest could one get? Continue reading
Author’s Note: Since it’s Easter, let’s start with the serialization of RSH a little sooner 😊
The three dragons flew over to the Heavenly Emperor’s palace in the Nine Heavens of the gods. Unfortunately, they realized at once that it wouldn’t be as easy as they had thought.
There weren’t just many people. It seemed like everyone who had at least a bit of status had come. Qiu Ling frowned and turned around to check if he could still sneak out. Naturally, he couldn’t. Instead, he just managed to invite another problem.
A woman hurried over to them. “Longjun!” Just with issuing his title she managed to display the kind of high-pitched voice he hated the most.
Qiu Ling turned his head away and rolled his eyes. Heavens! What was it with these people? Don’t even mention her voice. Had this woman looked into the mirror before she came here? What was with that ugly dress?
“Xiang Yong! Where’s the Heavenly Emperor?”
Xiang Yong gulped and looked around. “It … seems he isn’t here yet.” Continue reading
When they were out of earshot, Su Yan tugged at his boyfriend’s sleeve. “Ah Chang, say didn’t the stall owner only wanted one spirit stone or ten copper coins from us. Why did you ask for so many?”
Nie Chang looked around and finally grabbed Su Yan’s hand when he made sure that nobody paid attention to them. “Well, I figured we would spend some more time in the city. What if there’s something else you like? Furthermore, that artifact was too valuable to give it away for just one spirit stone.”
“Oh.” Su Yan nodded and didn’t discuss any longer. Instead, he turned his attention back to the stalls and shops around them. Continue reading
Baili Chao took a deep breath. “It’s good you’re that enthusiastic, Zhi Guan. As his seniors, you should take good care of Fen’er. In fact, I want all three of you to think about this matter and come up with an idea on what kind of sword to give to him.”
“Mn!” Zhi Guan nodded earnestly while the other two didn’t seem as thrilled.
Yan Hong Min still picked at the burnt spot on the table while Luo Lin examined his fingernails. Continue reading
Some time ago I’ve announced that I’ll be uploading the “Oh. My. Fate?!”-prequel “Romancing the Son of Heaven: The 69 Stratagems of Dragon King Qiu Ling” (that was previously an exclusive patreon extra) for everyone free-to-read.
The first chapter is already up on several sites and there’ll be one each Sunday from now on. You might have noticed though that I haven’t uploaded the chapter to either Wattpad or webnovel. This is because I have decided that I won’t be uploading this series (and most likely all my upcoming series) there.
I know that the readers from both sites will be sad about this but it is a decision I had to make. In this post, I’d like to explain why.
When Leng Jin Yu opened the door, he found the dragon king squatting right in front of it, holding a twig and drawing … something that looked like a surprisingly life-like person. He couldn’t help but tilt his head and look a while longer. This was probably the true appearance of the Son of Heaven? Otherwise, the dragon king certainly wouldn’t have spent that much effort on this.
Seeing his husband halt in the doorway Jinde couldn’t help but glance over his shoulder to find out what was going on. Ah, so it turned out it was that bear child again.
Jinde pondered and glanced at Leng Jin Yu who still looked at the drawing. Considering what he had said before he still had trouble coping with his identity from his past life. Accepting a lover already brought some problems with it and it should be even worse for this troublesome son. In that case … as a responsible husband, he should help Leng Jin Yu connect with his son. Continue reading
Jinde observed Leng Jin Yu’s expression and frowned. “Just what are you thinking about? You’re looking so … unhappy.”
Leng Jin Yu sighed. “I guess I can’t hide anything from you.” He got up and walked over to the window, sighing. “It’s just … I feel inadequate. I didn’t notice before while we were staying here without any worries, just spending our days leisurely, maybe being interrupted by my Master every now and then and some tasks cropping up in the sect that I needed to attend to. But today …” He sighed again and turned back to look at Jinde. “If it concerns the gods, I know a little. If it concerns the dragons, then I know almost nothing. If it’s about a matter like this, involving so many people and all the different races, then I’m helpless. There is nothing I can do for you while …” He stopped. Bringing up Xin Lan certainly wasn’t the way to go. This person meant a lot to Jinde and he didn’t want to get between them. Being jealous wasn’t what he should do.
Jinde smiled. “I’m not feeling much different.”
“Mn?” Continue reading
Even if the stall owner had known how to answer, he wouldn’t have gotten the chance to say the words. With the Jin He City being so close to the grounds of the Jin Shan Sect, there naturally were a lot of cultivators on the streets. After hearing both the name ‘Seal of Doom’ and ‘Hairpin of Regeneration’, they couldn’t hold back their curiosity and came looking. One after the other, surprised cries rang out, drawing over even more people until a crowd had gathered around the stall.
Nie Chang’s expression had already long tensed. This certainly wasn’t what he had imagined! He just wanted to exchange something but it seemed everything he could take out of his spatial ring would be some priceless treasure that would make people gasp regardless of how unassuming it looked. Continue reading
Qiu Ling gritted his teeth. Unfortunately, Xin Lan was right. He couldn’t deny that. “Then do you have a better plan?”
Xin Lan snorted. “As long as you don’t know anything about that fallen god, it’s futile to try to find something out in the Nine Heavens. And searching for him in the demon realm is just as impossible. He’s a fallen god. If he doesn’t want to be found, he won’t be found. Or do you think you’re better than Tian himself?”
Qiu Ling pursed his lips. He had never met this Tian so how would he know which one of them was better? Anyway, this guy still hadn’t answered his question! “So what is your plan?”
“I don’t have one. There is nothing you can do besides hoping that that fallen god will show mercy.”
Qiu Ling looked at the projection and his lips slowly curved up in a smile. Thankfully, he had thought of a countermeasure before in case this guy was uncooperative. “Are you sure you can’t come up with a plan?” Continue reading
Qiu Ling pursed his lips and indeed turned away. These guys! How could they do this to him? They pretended to be his family but they actually dared to show him their affection while his beloved had been separated from him and needed to fear for his life in the hands of some despicable fallen god! They were so cruel! Hmph. He’d just ignore them. Contacting Xin Lan to get his beloved back was much, much more important. Thus he imbued his spiritual energy into the pendant and waited.
Naturally, he didn’t need to wait long. The pendant had only lit up and managed to pulse once when Xin Lan’s face was projected above it. “Ma—” He frowned. “Why do you have His Majesty’s pendant?”
“He lent it to me.” Qiu Ling lifted the pendant a little, letting Xin Lan see the scene behind him. By now, Jinde had managed to climb onto his husband’s lap and had burrowed his fingers into his black hair, smiling happily while they kissed. Continue reading