Translating Web Novel

Translating Web Novel

My Son is a Reborn Villain

MSRV Ch 6 Part 2 – Uncle Guo (II)

The flower garden said by Auntie Mei was not far from their village. They drove slowly for about 30 minutes. After Fu Yunruo became more used to the road, they drove faster and arrived in 15 minutes.

The flower garden was at the foot of a mountain. Surrounded by steel wire fences, people outside couldn’t see the inside clearly. Although it was at the foot of a mountain, the location was not remote. The flower garden was located on the side of the village’s gathering place. About 20 meters aside, there was a one-story house built from red bricks.

Greetings, Ninth Uncle

GNU Ch 70 Part 3 – Plum Blossom Viewing (III)

Cheng Yujin stood in the pavilion, but her sight was blocked by a cluster of plum trees. She didn’t immediately saw Cheng Yuanjing approaching until she heard Cheng Yumo exclaimed in surprise: “Ninth Uncle, you are also here?”

Cheng Yuanjing? Cheng Yujin was also taken aback. She immediately handed the hand warmer to Du Ruo, held her skirt, and walked down the steps quickly. The hem of her pure white cloak swept across the steps, taking a few red petals with it.

My Son is a Reborn Villain

MSRV Ch 6 Part 1 – Uncle Guo (I)

The next day, Fu Yunruo dressed in an ordinary short-sleeved shirt and casual pants. Although she didn’t dress-up deliberately, with her straight legs, beautiful figure, and outstanding aura, she looked no different than wearing an expensive high-end fashion.

Fu Yunruo was indeed beautiful. Otherwise, how could so many people ask for her marriage in secret, and didn’t mind that she already had a son? Any man would be happy to marry such a beautiful girl. Even if there were conservative elders who might grumble in secret, they couldn’t hold back their infatuated sons.

The Healer Demands Payment

THDP Ch 71 Part 4 – Xue Clan Head (IV)

“The Lord of Xingluo City?” Meng Qi was stunned. It was the first time she heard such a statement. Three Thousand World had a specific rule. There was one sect per city, and the sect located nearest to the city was responsible for protecting the ordinary people residing there. In exchange, part of the city’s tax revenue would be paid to maintain the sect’s daily operation.