Translated by Addis of Exiled Rebels Scanlations
Nan Zunshan and Geng Xiaorong stayed in Beijing for only three days before they couldn’t stay any longer. Except for the first day, they went to Tiananmen Square and Fayuan Temple, and then they stayed at home.
Nan Zunshan said, “Beijing’s crowded and traffic is congested, and I feel restless and uncomfortable when I go out.”
Geng Xiaorong was also very uncomfortable because the air was too dry, and the two of them decided to go back to Suzhou.
They came with a lot of stuff and left with even more.
Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng bought a lot of expensive things, food and drink for Mom and Dad, and also for the family of the great aunt. The two of them carried their things onto the private plane, and Nan HuaiLin’s eyes got sore when he thought that he might not see his parents for a long time, and he hugged his mother like a little child and refused to let go.
Geng Xiaorong gently patted his back as she had done when he was a child and said softly, “You must take care of yourself after you go to the U.S. No matter how important your work is, it’s not as important as your body, so you can’t work too hard, okay?”
Nan HuaiLin gave a nasal “hmm”, “Yes.”
Fei Cheng said next to her, “Mom, don’t worry, I’ll take care of him.”
Geng Xiaorong nodded with a smile, and said, “Remember to call your father and me, not often, just once every half month.”
Nan HuaiLin said, “I’ll remember.”
Geng Xiaorong was silent for a while, let go of the embrace, looked at Nan HuaiLin and said, “There’s something I still want to ask.”
Nan HuaiLin asked, “What is it?”
Geng Xiaorong looked at Fei Cheng, and then looked at Nan HuaiLin, “It’s… What are you two planning to do about children?” She paused, “Although both you and Fei Cheng are still young, since you’re married, the matter of children should be on the agenda. Although your father and I really want to hold grandchildren, we won’t rush you, we want you to think about this matter first. Take your time to think about it. When you want to have children, you will naturally think of a way.”
Nan Zunshan said, “Your mother and I have read on the Internet, people like you… In your case, you can adopt or have a surrogate. Our advice to you is to adopt, it will ease the burden on the country.”
Nan HuaiLin smiled and said, “Dad, I didn’t realize you were so aware before.”
Nan Zunshan smiled and slapped him, “Little brat.”
Nan HuaiLin said, “Mom and Dad, don’t worry, I’ll try to let you have grandchildren next year.”
“Really?” Geng Xiaorong was surprised, “That would be great.”
Fei Cheng said, “Nan Nan and I both love children and are already discussing how to go about it.”
Nan Zunshan nodded with a pleased face, “Good, good, then we’re relieved.”
The plane was about to take off.
Nan HuaiLin hugged his parents again, “You must take care of your health.”
Geng Xiaorong touched her son’s face, with tears in her eyes, “Don’t worry.”
Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng boarded the plane.
The plane took off, Geng Xiaorong sat by the window and waved down, but still couldn’t hold back her tears.
Nan Zunshan sighed helplessly, “What are you crying for? Making it look like a parting.”
Geng Xiaorong wiped her tears, turned around and sat down, her lips raised a smile, “I just suddenly remembered the day you brought Lin Lin back from the orphanage. He was so small, so well behaved, smiling at me in my arms, and in a flash he has grown so big, has his own family, and will have his own children… Brother Shan, how do you think time flies so fast?”
Nan Zunshan held his wife’s hand tightly and said with a sigh, “Yes, time flies really fast.”
Geng Xiaorong turned her head to look out the window, Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng had turned into two small black dots.
Nan HuaiLin tilted his head to look at the plane that was getting farther and farther away, and his neck was getting a little sore.
Fei Cheng put his arm around his shoulder and said, “When Beast is finished, I’ll come back with you to see your parents.”
Nan HuaiLin nodded, “Okay, I hope I can make it to the Mid-Autumn Festival.”
The plane was already too far away to see.
Fei Cheng said, “Come on, let’s go home.”
After a few steps, Nan HuaiLin said, “We’ll bring our sons to my parents next year and say we adopted them.”
Fei Cheng smiled and said, “Mom and Dad might be shocked that we adopted five at once.”
Nan HuaiLin laughed along and took out her cell phone, “I’ll call my cousin.”
He answered quickly.
Nan HuaiLin said, “Brother, my parents just got on the plane and will arrive in Suzhou in about two hours, please go pick them up.”
Bao Guichen smiled over there and said, “Is there anything for me?”
Nan HuaiLin said, “Of course there is.”
Bao Guichen said, “Good boy.”
Nan HuaiLin paused, “Brother, I’m going to the U.S. to shoot a movie soon, and I may have to live there until April next year, so please take care of my parents for me during my absence.”
Bao Guichen said, “Don’t worry, I will take good care of them.”
“Thank you, brother.” Nan HuaiLin expressed from the bottom of his heart.
“Why are you so polite with me?” Bao Guichen said with a smile, “You also take care of yourself, don’t let your family worry.”
“Mn,” Nan HuaiLin said, “I will.”
After hanging up the phone, Nan HuaiLin hugged Fei Cheng’s waist and buried his face in his neck.
“What’s wrong?” Fei Cheng asked in a soft voice as he wrapped his arms around him.
“Nothing,” Nan HuaiLin said in a jarring voice, “I just suddenly want to cry.”
“Go ahead and cry,” Fei Cheng said, “and your husband will cry with you.”
Nan HuaiLin had a mental picture of two big men hugging each other and crying, and couldn’t help but laugh again, “Forget it, I don’t want to cry anymore.”
Fei Cheng kissed him on the ear and stood quietly holding him in the daylight, crying with him.
With Mom and Dad gone and no more work to do at home, Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng decided to leave for Atlantic City two days early, as there were still many things to settle in after they arrived there.
In addition to the four dragon cubs and the dragon egg, they only packed a suitcase with some essential things, and then bought the rest when they got there.
On the day of departure, the weather was very good.
The four dragon cubs were kept in a bird cage, as they had been when they arrived, and were released when they boarded the private plane, while the dragon egg was still in the incubator.
Nan HuaiLin asked Lancelot, “Little Lan, are you sure you don’t want to come to America with us?”
Lancelot smiled and said, “I’m going to stay in Beijing for two more months, and then I’m going to continue traveling around the world.”
Fei Cheng said, “If we’re not in Atlantic City, look for us in Underwater City.”
“Got it,” Lancelot suddenly remembered something, “Nan, wait for me.” After saying that, he walked quickly back to the room and returned not long after, with a small box similar to a ring box in his hand.
“This is for you,” Lancelot handed the box to Nan HuaiLin, “Consider it a wedding gift for you and Fei Cheng that I made.”
Nan HuaiLin took it, “What is it?”
Lancelot said with a smile, “Open it and see.”
Nan HuaiLin opened the box, inside the green velvet lay a bead about the same size as Fei Cheng’s dragon pearl, the only difference was that the crystal clear bead was inlaid with a blood red feather-like object, like amber, and it looked great.
“What is this?” Fei Cheng asked.
Lancelot said, “About thirty years ago, I was drifting in the Atlantic Ocean, passing through the Strait of Magellan, and I heard that there was a huge strange bird living on a deserted island called Sugarloaf Rock, which was particularly good-looking. When, like a blazing fire rose to the sky, particularly beautiful, after I waited for two days on the island, it didn’t return, so I left, but picked up one of its feathers. I put this feather embedded in my tears and made this bead. Isn’t it beautiful?”
“You should keep something so memorable for yourself,” Nan HuaiLin covered the box and handed it back to Lancelot, “I can’t take it.”
But Lancelot refused to take it, “I think this bead is very suitable for you. Anyway, I’m running all over the world, so I can’t bring so many things with me. Take it for me for safe keeping.”
Fei Cheng said, “Wife, take it.”
Nan HuaiLin hesitated and said, “Mn… Thank you.”
Lancelot gave him a hug and smiled, “Take care.”
Nan HuaiLin said, “You too.”
Fei Cheng also gave Lancelot a hug, “Don’t be a bachelor, marry the right one when you meet him.”
Lancelot gave him a slap on the wrist and scolded him with a smile, “Go away!”
On the way out, Lancelot asked Fei Cheng, “Aren’t you going to say goodbye to brother Zheng?”
Fei Cheng said, “I’ve called him, but I don’t know what he’s busy with, he doesn’t have time to talk to me.”
After sitting in the car, Nan HuaiLin suddenly thought of a sour poem: There is a time to be together and a time to be apart.
However, the good thing was that there was a person who would always be by his side and would never leave him.
After a long flight of nearly twenty hours, the family finally arrived in Atlantic City and took another half-hour ride to their home. Nan HuaiLin never expected that the new home would be a single-family house facing the sea and blossoming with flowers, and his mouth opened in surprise.
“Do you like it?” Fei Cheng asked with a smile.
“Yes,” Nan HuaiLin looked at the azure sea not far away and nodded his head vigorously, “I like it a lot.”
Fei Cheng said, “When everything is settled, your husband will take you out to play.”
“Alright!” Nan HuaiLin was already looking forward to it.
Once inside the house, the four cubs were released from their cage and the incubator was placed in a safe place in case the four cubs knocked over when they were naughty.
The baby dragons flew around excitedly, and Nan HuaiLin was excited too, dragging Fei Cheng up and down the new house and finally standing in front of the floor-to-ceiling window of the second floor bedroom.
Fei Cheng embraced Nan HuaiLin from behind, the sun was shining on them while they were looking at the shimmering sea, listening to the sound of the waves, and neither spoke for a while.
The baby dragons flew in after them and landed on the shoulders of the two fathers, chirping and chattering, unknown what they were saying.
Fei Cheng waved them away, and the little dragons flew away again with their wings fluttering.
Nan HuaiLin said, “Honey, do we have to find someone to watch the kids? I’m going to shoot a movie in a few days, so you won’t be able to do it alone.”
Fei Cheng said, “I’ll go to Undersea City tonight and ask Aunt Su to come over.”
Nan HuaiLin looked at him, “Who is Aunt Su?”
Fei Cheng said, “Aunt Su is a shark, just like Lan, she’s over 500 years old. Sharks have a shorter lifespan than dragons – Aunt Su used to take care of me for a long time when I was little, and she was there when I was hatching eggs in Undersea City last year. She’s a very good elder.”
Nan HuaiLin asked, “Are there many sharks living in Undersea City?”
Fei Cheng said, “The sharks, like the dragons, are also endangered, and when I was there last year, there were only five sharks left in the city.”
Nan HuaiLin asked again, “Is it hard for sharks to have children?”
Fei Cheng said, “It’s not hard to give birth, but it’s hard for the young to survive. My brother said it might be caused by seawater pollution, but the sharks can’t live in the deep sea, so there’s no solution to this matter.”
Nan HuaiLin sighed, “It’s not easy to survive.”
Fei Cheng kissed him, “So now you know how lucky I am to have met you, right? You’re the man who saved a race by yourself – no, I also contributed. We’re both amazing.”
Nan HuaiLin smiled, “It’s easy to give birth, but not easy to raise. We both must work hard and work harder to raise our children well.”
Fei Cheng said, “Raising kids is important, but you can’t just focus on the kids and ignore me, okay?”
Nan HuaiLin turned to face him, smiled and said, “How could I neglect you? I love you so much.”
Fei Cheng kissed him down and guided him to the bed, making the first shot in the big bed of his new home.
That night, Fei Cheng went to Underwater City alone and invited Aunt Su to their home in Atlantic City. Nan HuaiLin met Aunt Su the next morning.
Although Fei Cheng said that Aunt Su was the age of a sixty-year-old human, she looked only thirty or forty years old and was very beautiful.
“Aunt Su,” Nan HuaiLin said, “are all you sharks so good-looking?”
“What a sweet mouth,” Aunt Su said with a smile, “Our Cheng Cheng’s wife is the real good-looking one. I’ve never seen anyone better-looking than you.”
Nan HuaiLin was embarrassed by the compliment, and Fei Cheng was adding fuel to the fire, “Right? I’m not the one who looks better in the eyes of my lover, right? He always says I have a thick filter, but he’s the best looking person in the world.”
Nan HuaiLin was so embarrassed that he quietly gave his husband an elbow.
Fei Cheng beckoned the little dragons over and introduced them to Aunt Su one by one, finally saying, “Dragon One and Dragon Two can now become human, but Dragon Three and Dragon Four can’t yet, but they will soon. Dragon Five is still an egg and it’s not sure when it will hatch. “
The little dragons weren’t afraid of anything at all, Dragon Four was the boldest, and directly flew to Aunt Su’s shoulders.
Fei Cheng grabbed Dragon One, “Son, come on, show your aunt a big change.”
Dragon One was very cooperative, and as soon as Fei Cheng’s words left his mouth, he turned into a little baby.
“Let me hug you,” Aunt Su said, reaching out to pick up Dragon One, who giggled at her and reached out to grab her long seaweed-like hair, “What a beautiful baby! He looks exactly like his father when he was little.”
“Really?” Nan HuaiLin asked with a smile.
“Really,” Aunt Su said, “the eyes, the nose, the mouth all look alike.”
Nan HuaiLin looked at Dragon One and then at Fei Cheng and said with a smile, “It seems to be quite similar.”
Fei Cheng said, “Aunt Su, I’ll leave the kids to you, and I’ll take my wife out to have some fun and buy some necessities or something. Is there anything you need?”
Aunt Su said, “No, go play by yourselves.”
For Nan HuaiLin, the best thing about being in this exotic city was that no one knew him and he could finally go out without his hat and sunglasses and appear in the lively streets openly.
Fei Cheng took him to the famous pontoon bridge with the beach and the sea on one side and the exotic tall and short buildings on the other.
The two of them then went to Absecon Lighthouse and climbed to the top of the lighthouse, overlooking the vast Atlantic Ocean, and shouted at the top of their voices, which was very enjoyable.
Fei Cheng took him to Caesar’s Palace and the Taj Mahal Casino, but Nan HuaiLin wasn’t interested in gambling and came out after a short stroll.
Then it was all about eating and shopping, and both of them went crazy.
But these happy days were over in a few days.
Nan HuaiLin had to go to Princeton to start the shooting of Beast.
Although Princeton was only two hours away from Atlantic City, he would be very busy once filming started, so Nan HuaiLin would still have to stay in a hotel near Princeton University.
Fei Cheng dropped Nan HuaiLin off at Princeton the night before shooting began, and Man TianZhu, who arrived a few days behind, had already checked in.
Putting down his bags, Fei Cheng said, “I’ll go talk to Lowden.”
They had just bumped into Will Lowden in the elevator, and Lowden was surprised to see them together, knowing that Nan HuaiLin was an artist with Fei Zheng, but not that Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng were husband and wife.
Nan HuaiLin said, “Don’t drink, you still have to drive later.”
Fei Cheng put his arm around Nan HuaiLin and played the rascal, “Wife, can’t I sleep here tonight?”
“No, you have to go home with the kids,” Nan HuaiLin said righteously, “and I have to read the script, you’re going to distract me.” Nan HuaiLin gave him a push, “Go on, don’t keep Mr. Lowden waiting.”
Fei Cheng had just left when Man TianZhu arrived.
“I’ve already asked for leave from the crew,” Man TianZhu said, “I’ll fly to Cannes on the 15th to attend the opening ceremony of the film festival, and then fly back the next day. I’ve arranged with director Wu that you don’t have to attend the award ceremony afterwards.”
Nan HuaiLin nodded, “Sister Zhu, do you think My Father has a good chance of winning the award?”
Man TianZhu thought about it, “Director Wu has already won Best Director once before with The Mercy of Murderers, I think it’s a bit of a long shot this time.”
Nan HuaiLin said, “I hope My Father can win the award, it will be released after the film festival, winning the award will definitely help the box office.”
“You don’t have to worry about the box office, you and Qi Gu have enough box office appeal together.” Man TianZhu paused, “By the way, you don’t know it yet, right? The Shining You ended yesterday.”
“So soon?” Nan HuaiLin was surprised.
“Youth campus dramas aren’t long, twenty-two episodes is just right.” Man TianZhu said, “Yesterday’s finale set a TV viewing record, this drama is hot beyond everyone’s expectation, you’re really popular now.”
Nan HuaiLin only watched the first ten minutes of the first episode of this drama because he thought it was too juvenile and never paid attention to it after that, so he wasn’t expecting it to do so well.
Man TianZhu hesitated, but couldn’t help asking, “Are you sure you want to take a break from October? It’s a shame you’re not moving forward while you can.”
Before leaving Beijing, Nan HuaiLin had dinner with all the studio staff and told them that he would take a break from October to April next year, reasoning that he wanted to study and recharge in the United States.
“Sister Zhu, you’ve already persuaded me,” Nan HuaiLin said with a smile, “I’ve already made up my mind on this, so you don’t have to say anything more. While I’m away, you should cultivate He DuanYang with your heart, he really has strength, he just lacks an opportunity to become popular.”
Man TianZhu smiled and didn’t say any more.
At eight o’clock, Fei Cheng came back.
Nan HuaiLin kissed him and was relieved that his mouth didn’t smell of alcohol.
“What did you and Lowden talk about?” Nan HuaiLin asked.
Fei Cheng paused, suddenly sighed, “Wife, Lowden asked me if I knew the whereabouts of Little Lan, I told the truth, do you think… Do you think it was right for me to do that?”
Nan HuaiLin replied without thinking, “Yes, you did everything right.”
Fei Cheng laughed, “Is it really good for you to mindlessly compliment me like that?”
Nan HuaiLin smiled and said, “My husband is the best!”
Fei Cheng came over to kiss him, Nan HuaiLin smiled and refused, “You definitely won’t be satisfied with a kiss, so no. It’s late, you should go home, it’s after ten o’clock.”
Fei Cheng kissed the palm of his hand and said, “Okay, I’ll go then.”
Nan HuaiLin saw him off, and when Fei Cheng was out the door, Nan HuaiLin grabbed his lapel and gave him a sloppy kiss on the lips and said with a smile, “Drive carefully.”
“I know.” Fei Cheng kissed him back and walked away with a smile.
The next day, Beast officially began shooting.
In the first scene, Nan HuaiLin’s Chinese student Ke Zhiyuan was molested by Professor Durant. After Ke resisted, Durant used dirty words to insult the Chinese as an inferior race, and Ke retorted with fierce words.
This scene was very long and required a lot of emotion. Director Mandeville put this scene in the first act because he wanted to test Nan HuaiLin’s acting skills.
Mandeville originally didn’t have much confidence in this angelic Chinese actor’s acting skills, but Nan HuaiLin’s performance blew him away with his eyes, expressions, movements, and lines without a flaw.
Mandeville replaced “Cut!” with “Perfect!” and even gave a standing ovation, while the rest of the crew followed suit. Nan HuaiLin, who was in full swing during the performance, turned into an embarrassed boy again and bowed a few times to the director.
On the third day of shooting, the location shifted from Princeton University to the “prison” and Nan HuaiLin met the actor playing the second male lead, Max, for the first time.
On the fifth day of shooting, Nan HuaiLin flew to Cannes to attend the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival with director Wu Xinghai and Qi Gu, and then flew back to the U.S. the next day to continue the filming of Beast.
A week later, at the closing ceremony of the festival, My Father won the Palme d’Or and became the best film of the 72nd Cannes Film Festival.
On the third day after winning the award, My Father was officially released in China.
With the triple support of film star Qi Gu, the popular Nan HuaiLin and the Palme d’Or, the box office of My Father exploded unexpectedly, with $200 million on the first day and $1 billion in a week, shooting it all the way to the top.
Not long after, Nan HuaiLin got his first award in life – the Best Newcomer Award at a domestic film festival, but he was filming in the United States, so he couldn’t go back to receive the award, which was quite regrettable.
The filming period set in the previous contract was from May 10th to July 20th, but Nan HuaiLin was finished on July 10th, ten days earlier.
After the closing, Nan HuaiLin only took two days off and went back to shooting the film Hunt – the same horror film Lowden mentioned when he signed the contract for Beast.
At the start of the filming of Beast, Lowden came to Princeton to discuss the film with Nan HuaiLin, and gave him the script.
Nan HuaiLin read the script of Hunt, directly agreed to act, because the script was really very wonderful, no general horror films tropes, the plot was tight, suspenseful, just reading the text made Nan HuaiLin feel the fear.
With an American drama and a film, Nan HuaiLin, as expected in the beginning, successfully became a Hollywood actor.
What he had never dreamed of before had become a reality so easily that he felt like he was dreaming.
Halfway through the filming of Hunt, Nan HuaiLin’s other wish came true – he was on the huge billboard in New York’s Times Square – the YSL perfume commercial he shot in April was on a loop for two hours, and everyone who passed by could see his face, an actor from China.
Two days before the Mid-Autumn Festival, Hunt wrapped up.
The director was so impressed with Nan HuaiLin that he was interested in introducing him to play an Asian male co-star in a supernatural British movie, but Nan HuaiLin politely declined because he was running out of time with the impending birth of his second brood.
Under the catalyst of breast milk, the four dragon cubs had been able to switch freely between human and dragon form, but Dragon – egg – Five still didn’t break out of the shell, and was very calm.
After entrusting the young dragons to Aunt Su’s care, Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng returned to China to spend the Mid-Autumn Festival with their parents.
They took their parents to their villa by Taihu Lake and watched the moon together after the reunion dinner. Nan HuaiLin took a lot of photos, knowing that the only way to keep the time and memories is through photos.
After Mid-Autumn, the two wanted to go back to Beijing to see Lancelot and Fei Zheng, but the due date for their second brood was looming and they had to rush back to Atlantic City.
After five months of non-stop work, Nan HuaiLin was finally able to take a short break before the birth of his second brood.
After dinner and putting the boys to bed, Nan HuaiLin and Fei Cheng went to the beach to watch the moon.
It was autumn already, and the night breeze was slightly cooler. The two of them sat on a blanket, with Fei Cheng holding Nan HuaiLin from behind in a warm embrace. A full moon hangs in the night sky, and the bright moonlight spreads on the sea, showing a different beauty from the sea during the day.
Nan HuaiLin tilted his head to look at the moon, Fei Cheng lowered his eyes to look at him and whispered in his ear, “I was idly scrolling through Weibo today and saw the tweet you posted on my birthday. You posted ‘Happy Birthday, Mr Rabbit’.”
“Mn,” Nan HuaiLin said, “what’s wrong?”
“I had a lame eye before,” Fei Cheng said, “and saw it as Mr Right.”
“That’s pretty lame,” Nan HuaiLin said with a smile, “and the two words are pretty far apart.”
“Why is it Mr Rabbit ?” Fei Cheng asked, “I’m not a rabbit.”
Instead of answering, Nan HuaiLin asked, “Do you know what your name is in my phone?”
Fei Cheng casually guessed, “Kissing husband?”
“Yeh, that’s sappy,” Nan HuaiLin rubbed her arms, “Of course not, it’s Mr. Rabbit.”
Fei Cheng nodded, “So why Mr. Rabbit?”
Nan HuaiLin looked at the moon and said slowly, “Have you ever seen Alice in Wonderland? In it, there is a rabbit with a pocket watch who finds Alice and brings her into Wonderland. That night, we had a snack together at the Hakata House in Taiyue City, and I was sitting on the bus going home, trying to change your WeChat name, and somehow I thought of that rabbit. To me, you were like the rabbit that led Alice into a new world and brought me miracles, so I changed your note to ‘Mr. Rabbit’ and never changed it again.”
Fei Cheng’s heart softened into a soft spot, and he looked down and kissed Nan HuaiLin on the cheek and asked with a smile, “Have you been thinking about me ever since then?”
Nan HuaiLin smiled and said, “Of course not.”
Fei Cheng asked, “Then when was it?”
Nan HuaiLin laughed and replied, “When it rained.”
“Hmm?” Fei Cheng stared at him blankly.
Nan HuaiLin reminisced and said, “When I was shooting Land of Stars in Hengdian last year, you came to see me under the guise of visiting Shen Chong.” He paused and said with a smile, “That’s when I was charmed by you.”
Fei Cheng was so glad that he risked being scorched by the sun that day and turned into a dragon to fly into the sky and make it rain.
If it hadn’t been for the rain, his wife would have fallen in love with him too, only it might have been a long time later.
“So what’s my name in your phone?” Nan HuaiLin suddenly asked.
“My name isn’t as refreshing as yours,” Fei Cheng sweated, “it’s very simple and crude.”
“What is it?” Nan HuaiLin turned his head to look at him and said with a frown, “It’s not ‘Kiss your wife’, is it?”
“No,” Fei Cheng paused, “it’s ‘Heart and Soul’.”
Nan HuaiLin kissed him and said with a smile, “It’s cheesy, but I like it.”
Fei Cheng hugged him tightly, “Wife, I love you so much.”
Nan HuaiLin leaned into his arms and said with a smile, “I love you too.”
After watching the moon for a while, Fei Cheng said, “Come on, let’s go home and sleep.”
“Okay,” Nan HuaiLin said, “I’m sleepy.”
The two of them stood up, and Fei Cheng bent down and rolled up the blanket in his hand, while holding Nan HuaiLin with his other hand.
After taking two steps, Nan HuaiLin suddenly stood still.
Fei Cheng turned around, “What’s wrong?”
Nan HuaiLin covered his stomach, moaned, and said with a frown, “Honey… My stomach hurts…”
[End of main text]
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