Accompanying the Phoenix/ The Prince Is Here (The Legend of Shen Li) 与凤行/ 本王在此 by Jiu Lu Fei Xiang (HE)

As the Prince Bi Cang who was born with a pearl residing in her mouth, Shen Li’s life was always bright and dazzling. However, with her upcoming thousandth birthday, the demonic claws of a political marriage swiftly stretched towards her, catching her unaware.

The Celestial Emperor residing in the Heavens had given a heavenly edict – The Prince Bi Cang shall be engaged and married to the thirty-third grandson of the Celestial Emperor, Fu Rong.

But Fu Rong was infamous throughout the realms for his Casanova personality. As the Prince who calls the shots in the demonic realm, she has the ability to quell uprisings and end wars with a swing of her silver spear – there was absolutely no way she would marry that flirtatious idiot! She must escape from this marriage!

Shen Li never once thought that during her escape journey, she would meet a man who doesn’t belong to the three realms and the five elements. That man is truly an… oddball.

*T/N: The usage of the title “Prince” here does not mean that Shen Li is related to the King of the Demonic Realm by blood, rather she is granted the aristocratic title “Prince” due to her military prowess.

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17 Responses

  1. You
    You July 17, 2015 at 6:41 am |

    Thank you for posting it… It is now added to my soon-to-be-read list haha. I had been “stalking” ssb for a long time for new books to popped up. Luckily this genre is my cup of tea.

  2. Jessi
    Jessi July 17, 2015 at 10:58 pm |

    If I’m not mistaken, Bổn Vương ở đây is the viet title for the book
    You can read it online at alot of websites,some are

  3. decembi
    decembi July 18, 2015 at 6:16 am |

    I would agree that the female character is more a Prince than a King, though I myself like the title The King is Here because it sounded so wonderful and domineering haha.

    This is a great novel! I still think the middle is too plodding but the first third is perfection. <3

  4. serendipity
    serendipity July 18, 2015 at 11:05 pm |

    i really liked this one

  5. hamster428
    hamster428 July 19, 2015 at 12:56 am |

    I actually refer to this book as “The Duke is Here” because I thought it was more a peerage title conferred to a vassal lord rather than an imperial family member -_- goes to show how difficult it is sometimes to translate just a single word.

    I didn’t feel the chemistry between these two that much for whatever reason, but it was an overall enjoyable story. Not as plodding as Siming.

  6. Cara Ng
    Cara Ng July 21, 2015 at 2:12 pm |

    Hi may i know is Fu Rong the same person as Hang Zhi?

  7. Snow berries
    Snow berries August 6, 2015 at 5:43 am |

    Thank you for putting this up, Dramasbooksandtea…..I super love her 一时冲动 and this doesn’t disappoint either…I want to find myself such a dream boat…Heng Chi ( Heng Yun )is just too awesome… I like the pacing too. Totally agrees, the first part of the story is so witty and funny. I can’t imagine a “naked bird” really. The author is very good in tidying up all the loose end and all the supporting characters are so nicely written and ending it off like the beginning…make the story feels so complete. Although very little is mentioned about Feng lai, I like him and his back story with Shen Li’s mother.

    Just to give other reader a clearer understanding, Gods are not punished when they fall in love…they are punished only when they go against the nature of things out of their personal feelings. Hence , for their own sake, it is best that have no feelings….Plus if they die as a God, all spells they have casted will stay intact..But if they were banish from being a God, all the past spells will disappear too..hence the dilemma of this OTP. hope that helps with the reading

  8. dramasbooksandtea
    dramasbooksandtea August 17, 2015 at 9:54 am |

    @ Snow Berries I love Hang Zhi too! His sense of responsibility is amazing, which is why I was so touched when he heard about Shen Li’s death and went to search for her remains in the Eastern Ocean. Because he knowingly went against the laws of nature in freezing the Eastern Ocean and subsequently suffered for it 🙁

    I think the ending’s very fitting too, because the entire book was Hang Zhi continuously trying to do the right thing for the sake of the three realms and shouldering such a huge responsibility. Only at the end is he allowed to live a peaceful and quiet life free of any disturbances, so I thought that was a very fitting ending for him. It’s a bit sad though, that his body became so weak after the entire ordeal. But perhaps it evens out the scales a bit since throughout majority of the novel his powers were so much more superior when compared to Shen Li’s :p

  9. hungryhippo75
    hungryhippo75 September 26, 2015 at 10:23 am |

    This has somehow pique my interest but due to my lack of Chinese (as in nil) may I ask if someone can be kind enough to spoil me with the ending? Thanking you in advance.

  10. dramasbooksandtea
    dramasbooksandtea September 28, 2015 at 1:46 pm |


    I’ll try my best to provide a comprehensible explanation of the ending, I hope it helps! 🙂

    Spoiler Inside SelectShow
  11. Haru
    Haru September 12, 2017 at 2:58 am |

    I consider this to be Jiu Lu Fei Xiang’s best work out of the ones I’ve read. This is also one of my favourite (c)novels. Period.

  12. Tina
    Tina April 27, 2018 at 10:28 pm |

    PLEASE!! I am DYING out here, since I only 27 chapters of the 80 are translated, I have been stuck in this eternal sadness of wanting to know what happens next! SOMEONE HELP ME

  13. Julianne
    Julianne February 20, 2019 at 4:32 am |

    I wrote this in my comment for Zhao Yao lolol, but just gonna pop it here too:

    I ADORE Accompanying the Phoenix. It’s probably one of my favorite novels like, ever. Shen Li is my favorite character to be written; Xing Zhi, while occasionally annoying lol, is very well written and too adorable to hold a grudge against. And the plot! Very much its own pretty complete plot completely outside of the romance too. Both characters are very well-written and complete, genuine people, with their own agency and beliefs outside of love. Shen Li’s strength of mind lies in her unwavering conviction in anything she does; many times I find her much stronger in mind and sometimes spirit than Xing Zhi too. Both live up to their responsibilities to the fullest extent, and the plot moves forward because of them, not in spite of them. They’re the best example of “with great power comes great responsibility”, and they carry that responsibility so well. Every decision and action they make are made with the fullest awareness of all consequences to themselves and the possible consequences to all of life too…and they make those decisions steadily in spite of those consequences.

    I really love her as an author overall (at least 2/2 books I’ve tried so far). 九鹭非香 does exceptionally well of creating very complete stories in both character, plot, and emotion. Xing Zhi was really well written, and overall, she writes very genuine female characters that have their own thoughts, goals, purposes, belief systems, outside of romance, and stick to their sense of self in SPITE of also willing to sacrifice for romance. This is spoken only from having read this and Zhao Yao…tbh I’m not really feeling the synopsis for her other novels now, idk.

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