“Something of equal value in return?” Tang Li Xue repeated back to Teacher Li Wei while quizzically tilting her head.
“The warm sensation immediately spread throughout her entire body, making her moan slightly in satisfaction”. The calibre of the novel is pretty low. Grammar is subpar, the MC is still stupid despite being given 200349 cheats, and the world building is pretty minimal and basic.
lol seriously? please improve the grammar...it makes the reading experience less immersive. even after writing close to 300 chapters you cant even write using proper grammar. kind of disappointing
how can u miscalculate with auto correction lol. useless
then why did he have no beast tamer bloodline lol
bruhhh they're all old AHHAHA
ML: ..... FL: I don't want such a hubby! ML: ....*burns Master's house down*
100% male lead
plot brought u to her lmao
made the right choice fellow
lmaaooo ur not wrong tho
das u beetch
well as a former human, trying to help a stranger in danger is quite the humane thing to do. however, considering that they live in a dog-eat-dog society and that the MC is now a fox, not a human, I don’t see the need for her to do so. just knowing that she has a knack for causing chaos everywhere she goes, this will definitely be more than what she can handle. the MC’s way of thinking still needs a lot of development. honestly the fact that she was previously a human and is now a fox will definitely pull her into taking either side, which is shown in this chapter. it makes her seem quite wishy-washy, the way that her opinions, etc, fluctuate. one minute she’s fine with robbing, stealing and all inbetween but as soon as she has enough “power” to be more morally concious, she decides to look down upon what she used to do. only to flip flop back again between these two. it is getting a bit tiring. I don’t see how a lot of character growth from the MC apart from how she tries to stop relying on Yaya [which should have never been a problem in the first place]. the author seems to be forcing some “character developement” in the MC by trying to make her seem more morally aware, even though that instead just makes her seem hypocritical. a better approach would be to slowly mature her way of thinking so that she gradually understands why she should be more morally conscious, even in the world that shes currently living in [where such a way of thinking seems to do more harm than good]. every action must have a motive, the author needs to get better at creating an appropriate motive for the MC. also, the grammar has some minor issues which could be resolved with an editor/even a grammar checker.