I think so too...
so far, I've been assuming that Emperor Yang Long is Young Master Hei. especially in reference to his servant buying her healing product and he addressed his servant the same as the one who accompanies emperor Yang Long.
I mean he's angry at the worker that she didn't serve his girl properly and at the same time that she let someone else in the shop. Man, do you think she has magical abilities to identify your girlfriend? Such stupid mentality....🤕
ok.. being caring is a good thing but I hate these type of characters that force someone from the lower status into misery just because they couldn't identify his girlfriend... I mean that's purely an example of "it's your fault to be poor" and it promotes materialism and vengefulness. Get a rich man and trample over everyone who dares to behave normally around you... on one hand writers show how their main lead defends her stance and is ideal, on the other hand they show how the main lead or her man destroys everyone who simply has a different opinion from them.
remember they left him outside the study or some other place before going to check on the emperor.
how many people are waiting for the person from future? it's like everyone knows that someone will be coming from the future.
looks like aunts all around the world are the same 😂
well, if that child hurts your own child for years and leaves her with permanent scars on body and mental trauma, you won't just forgive that person if she appears on your doorstep just once. that's the case here, don't forget how cruel the princess was, it's us who know that she's changed now but lady Nalan is unaware. moreover 15 years isn't an age of a child, one is sensible enough to own their wrongdoings and still if not for the transmigration, the princess would be doing all the same even now. so I think lady Nalan is right and justified in her actions. one may forgive but can't forget the scars and hurtful words spoken even once in the past.
I thought she was old and her child died, that's why she poured the love for her child onto Tine.
hi. I don't know the author's pov but in our country, it means that someone somewhere praised you or missed you. Perhaps this statement means that she sneezed because An Yin was secretly praising her.