Tang Wan looked at Zong He’s leg, frowned, and went directly to his side. He pulled out a chair and sat beside him. He said, “Speak ba.”
Zong He scowled, dissatisfied. Normally, when he saw his pampered beast form, he would stick to him like glutinous rice and couldn’t be peeled off. But when he saw his human form, he would become indifferent. Was he forcing him to return to his original adult body?
Tang Wan urged, “Marshal, I’m listening. Don’t hesitate to speak.”
Tang Wan was very serious. He had to judge whether he could carry on living with the things Zong He would say. It was a matter of divorcing or not.
At this time, Zong He stood up and pulled his chair to settle down next to Tang Wan. The two chairs were next to each other. Tang Wan instantly felt the pressure around them surge. Zong He’s broad shoulders blocked the light, casting a shadow onto him. Tang Wan subconsciously shrank back and warily gazed at the person in front of him. His hands had already grasped the back of the chair behind his waist, his entire body tense.
Zong He teased him, “I’m plotting against you. Can you still use force to resist?”
Tang Wan awkwardly loosened his grip on the chair and shoved his hands into his pockets. It seemed like he really couldn’t resist. First, he couldn’t beat Zong He. Second, they were legal husbands. He had the obligation to fulfill his duties. The law urged people to reproduce, and cubs are cherished and adored in this era.
It is said that, in this era, humans could be created using science and technology. He and Zong He had a very high genetic compatibility. They were only matched together in order to successfully cultivate an excellent next generation. Da Zhuang was blood-related to Zong He. Would his and Zong He’s children grow up to become so cute? Tang Wan shook his head violently. What was he thinking? He couldn’t have children just because they would be cute!
When Zong He saw him shaking his head, he took it as a sign that he was aware of his own identity. He told him, “My father died early, and I was raised by Lin Bo.”
Tang Wan nodded, knowing that Zong He treated Lin Bo more like an elder, rather than a servant. When he first arrived, he had no money and couldn’t afford to prepare materials for a live broadcast. He wanted to write to the StarNetwork to ask for a loan. Online shopping here was very forgiving. If he was short on money, he could buy without collateral. There wouldn’t be interest for a month, and afterward, 1% interest would be charged every month. The shopping network weren’t afraid of buyers running away. After all, they had their IDs. If they owed a certain amount but didn’t pay, they would be barred from shopping in the future. There hadn’t been supermarkets in a long time, and all shopping was done on the internet. To prohibit shopping was to cut off their livelihood, hence nobody dared to not pay back the money.
When Lin Bo found out, he just said, “Tang Tang Fūrén, shopping with loans, people will laugh. I have money here, it’s my own money. I have no need for so much, you can use it first. After the Marshal wakes up, let him give you pocket money every month.”
We’re sorry for MTLers or people who like using reading mode, but our translations keep getting stolen by aggregators so we’re going to bring back the copy protection. If you need to MTL please retype the gibberish parts.
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Tang Wan originally wanted to say something and opened his mouth, but before he could make a sound, he was choked up by this one million yuan. From what Lin Bo said, this was a small amount of money, and he had a lot more. If he was an ordinary housekeeper, how would the Marshal treat him like this? It was a sign of caring for the elderly.
Zong He then took Tang Wan’s hands and continued, “My mother is His Majesty’s aunt.”
Tang Wan was stupefied, stunned by the news, and forgot to pull his hands back. This made a big difference. Didn’t that mean that Zong He was the Emperor’s younger cousin, and His Highness the Prince’s uncle?
Zong He continued, “I don’t have a good relationship with her. Going back this time, she might seize the opportunity to stir up trouble.”
Tang Wan’s heart tightened. He seriously said, “Marshal, I think we can talk about divorce again.”
Zong He’s face sank, “Listen until I finish speaking!”
Tang Wan was taken aback, and frowned, “Then, let’s talk about divorce later. Your family’s situation is beyond my expectations, I have to go.”
Zong He wanted to explode. This fearless person, what he hated most was being interrupted when he was speaking. It was a soldier’s duty to obey orders. As long as an order was issued and something was forbidden, no rebuttal was allowed. Looking at Tang Wan’s small face, wronged eyes, and his slightly raised mouth, he couldn’t be slapped because of his fragility. The Marshal’s temper, which had just risen, cooled down.
Zong He coaxed patiently, “My meaning is, you don’t have to acknowledge her; if she tells you to go, you don’t have to go. You don’t have to open the door if she comes to our home. No matter how much she tosses and turns, you can pretend not to know her.”
Tang Wan’s eyes widened, this was also ok?
“You…she’s your biological mother?”
Zong He scoffed, “It would have been better to be adopted.”
Tang Wan was silent. Looking at Zong He’s sneer, he inexplicably felt that this bright and dazzling person also had some unhappy things in his life. He felt that it wasn’t easy to fight with one’s mother, even when busy on the battlefield. Tang Wan sighed, “Alright, I understand. I just won’t care about her. What about the divorce?”
Zong He raised his eyebrows and asked, “Are you sure you want to divorce me without figuring out your identity?”
Tang Wan coughed and said innocently, “Just take it as me being used to wanting a divorce. I was speaking thoughtlessly.”
Zong He’s face turned even uglier. What did it mean to get used to divorce?!
Tang Wan stood up, only to find that his hands were still caught in Zong He’s grasp. He tugged a bit, but Zong He wouldn’t withdraw his hands. In return, Zong He held his hands even more tightly. Zong He’s hands weren’t like his, having calluses left from holding guns year-round. The slightly rough tip of his index finger was pressed against the back of Tang Wan’s hand, giving him a slight itch. Tang Wan glanced at him. In his heart, he still admired Zong He. He was so young to have such a position in the military, how much had he sweat and bled? How many times he had delicately balanced between the thin line of life and death, only he would know.
Looking at the other’s stubborn gaze, Tang Wan inexplicably thought of Da Zhuang. When he didn’t get what he wanted, Da Zhuang also looked at him like this. Thinking of this, Tang Wan laughed, “I’ll go shower first, you can sleep. You can only recover quickly if you sleep more.” Tang Wan patted the back of Zong He’s hand, his tone like placating a child, “I’ll be back in a minute.”
Zong He’s eyes glistened slightly, then he let go of his hand. Tang Wan looked at his own fingertips, and the corners of his mouth lifted slightly. It turns out that the Marshal da ren could be persuaded with reason but would not submit to force, tsk tsk ~~
Tang Wan showered and put on his pajamas. Zong He was still reading the report. Tang Wan quickly climbed into bed, rolled to the innermost side, and closed his eyes to fall asleep.
After spending a long time with cats, Tang Wan felt that he would soon become a cat. Given a pillow, he could sleep for more than 10 hours a day. If it weren’t for the fact that he had no powers, then he would suspect that his spiritual strength had been injured.
At this time, Zong He stood up and saw that Tang Wan wanted to go to sleep. He turned off the light and headed straight towards the bathroom. In a short amount of time, he came back wearing a night robe and laid down next to Tang Wan, who looked like he had fallen asleep. He poked at Tang Wan’s shoulders. “I know you’re not asleep yet.”
Tang Wan rolled his eyes. Did he think that he was a pig? Were three to five minutes enough for him to fall asleep? Who showered for only three minutes? The speed of soldiers……truly frightening!
The person next to his ear mindfully murmured, “You hit Da Zhuang’s butt today.”
“Ha?” Tang Wan turned over and faced Zong He. It was dark; he couldn’t see the other’s face and so he spoke more freely, “He was disobedient. Did the cub complain?”
Zong He reached out and gently rubbed Tang Wan’s rear.
Tang Wan jerked back and hid away like a frightened rabbit, his head almost hitting the wall. Zong He grabbed him and pulled him back into his arms. He smiled and comforted him, “Don’t be afraid, I was just getting revenge.”
Tang Wan: “……”
You’re sick, ah! Intentionally, deliberately pushing me to the edge!
After a few days of living together, Tang Wan had already determined that the Marshal’s insides were black, naturally black. He might not know that he was black, but this type of person was the hardest to deal with!
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The next morning, a military warship was stationed silently over the sanitorium. A team of cold-hearted soldiers came down and loaded everything onto the warship. When Tang Wan got out of bed, he stood by the window and watched the people bustling outside. His expression was calm, but his heart was a little tense. Following Zong He back to β Ursae Minoris was the same as admitting his identity as the Marshal’s wife to the public. After that, he couldn’t walk away anymore.
Zong He had already changed into his military uniform. He hadn’t returned to β Ursae Minoris for three years. He was still the invincible legend, pillar, and sharp-edged defender of the Empire. With his pride, he didn’t allow himself to wear plain clothes on a warship. As he stood out in his military uniform on β Ursae Minoris, he had to stand straight and return to his position.
Tang Wan heard footsteps, and as soon as he turned around, he saw a man walking towards him. His straight posture was matched by his military uniform, making his shoulders appear broader and his waist appear thinner. His back was rigid, as if there were no challenges that he couldn’t overcome. A pair of long legs stepped forward in calf-high military boots, the sound of every step steady and firm. Seeing the other’s sincere eyes again, Tang Wan didn’t know why he was a bit nervous.
Then he saw the other party walk towards him, stopping only a step away. Zong He extended a hand to him, saying in a low, gentle voice, “Come with me, I will protect you for the rest of my life.”
Tang Wan looked at the hand, spellbound. His fingers curled, and he subconsciously reached out, allowing the other party to firmly wrap around him. Tang Wan took a deep breath. Under these circumstances, he would gamble.
That line tho _ :(´ཀ`」 ∠):_
Will my heart ever recover?