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After the Groom Ran Off, I Convinced a Military Commander to Marry Me Book

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After the Groom Ran Off, I Convinced a Military Commander to Marry Me

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Among the rich folks of Hua Nation, everyone knew that Qu Xiaowan, the rich daughter of the Qu family, had been in love with Yi Han for many years. Their families were on the same level, and the two of them grew up together. On the day of the wedding, the groom ran off! People either felt sorry for her or laughed at her. Qu Xiaowan, on the other hand, was elated! As long as she completed this wedding, she would no longer be forced to get married. It would be enough to answer to her grandfather. As for the groom who ran off? She could find another one! In less than one minute, Qu Xiaowan found another man after taking a turn around the corner. This man was extremely handsome. He had soft, fluffy ears, a large, fluffy tail, and big, sparkly eyes. He had a pitiful look in his eyes when he looked at Qu Xiaowan, who decided instantly that he was the one! After that, she convinced him to marry her and they went through with the wedding. It was all done! Just as Qu Xiaowan thought she could skip the wedding night, this person transformed. Upon waking up, Qu Xiaowan realized that the man who wouldn't leave her alone and kept hugging her and kissing her was actually the Prime Commander of Hua Nation! "It's time to flee!" Qu Xiaowan exclaimed. One month later, during the opening ceremony of the College of Hua Nation, Qu Xiaowan watched while a stern-looking commander dressed in a navy-blue military uniform was cordially invited onto the stage. She fell silent. "There's a story that someone convinced me to get married when I was feeling sad. She even said comforting words to me," Jing Yu said. "No idea. I've never heard it. It has to be a false rumor!" Qu Xiaowan uttered. A mini version of Jing Yu hopped forward. "Mommy, have you really not heard that story?" Qu Xiaowan was speechless.

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