Meeting You is Brightly Colored/Waiting for a Sunny Day 遇见你就烂漫了/等一个晴天 – 蝶之灵 Die Zhi Ling (HE)


Xiao Qing makes a solemn vow in front of  her good friends. If get married, cannot marry hot stock with momentum to rise rapidly. Rising so quickly will certainly not last long. Also, cannot marry an unpopular stock that has been falling. Wait until the hair is white but still will not rise so you will lose until you want to jump from a building. If you want to look around, find a potential stock with a good and bright future prospect. However, it is very difficult to find a potential stock, so Xiao Qing has no qualms about wandering the world and totally do not consider marriage.

One day, she meets a potential stock who suddenly says he wants to marry her.

Xiao Qing says that marriage is just like a tomb. I am still too young so I do not want to lie down in the tomb this early.

The potential stock says,  a person ultimately has to die once. Early demise, early to be reincarnated.

In short, this is an out of line woman meeting a belly black (fu hei) male, an inevitable clash between opposing factions and an accident arising from many causes…….first marriage then love story.

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There are three novels on three good friends. The first book is called Running Snail on Wei Nan who is a doctor. The second book is called Waiting for a Sunny Day on Xiao Qing who can be considered an artist. The third book is called The World’s Sweetest First Love on Qi Juan who is a lawyer which I think is an online game book.

世上最甜初恋/御姐江湖  – The World’s Sweetest First Love/Defend Sister’s Rivers and Lakes














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14 Responses

  1. lidge
    lidge January 25, 2013 at 1:51 am |

    Peanuts: 等一个晴天

    Both novels have been translated and published. The link is that the 2 female leads are best friends, I think. No, I haven’t read it but happy ending, I think. Meant to read the Sunny Day book after Running Snaile but got sidetracked and forgot. Hmmm, maybe will give this a go after the others I said I plan to read, hehe.

    Will I ever get enough sleep?
    Will I ever catch up on everything I want to read?
    Probably not, lol.

  2. decembi
    decembi January 18, 2014 at 5:26 pm |

    Cool! I’m going to read the third one actually because I love Gu Man’s Wei Wei!!! It’s my favourite of her novels. If it’s good, I will help you summarise the synopsis for the third one. Still recovering from my flu… but cannot stop reading hahaha!

  3. XinnXinn
    XinnXinn January 19, 2014 at 6:53 am |

    There are so many sworn brotherhood books out there, this is definitely a first for me, looks like a sworn sisterhood(?)…(if we discount An Xiao Li/Qin Sang). Three very good friends here, all girls. The second book posted here on Xiao Qing has captured my interest, so I’m starting with that first.

    I don’t know when I’m gonna finish all the other half-read or quarter-read books. Need to chop off some of my tentacles for sure…LOL….

  4. XinnXinn
    XinnXinn February 11, 2014 at 5:25 am |

    Hi, anyone managed to finish any of this set of books yet?

  5. decembi
    decembi February 11, 2014 at 3:45 pm |

    Heheh! I finished the 3rd book in the end! I think only the first ten chapters is good, the rest is rather lukewarm and boring. Gu Man’s Wei Wei version is TOO good, so everything else appears derivative.

  6. XinnXinn
    XinnXinn February 12, 2014 at 6:21 am |

    Now I don’t feel half as bad abandoning this project. But I gotta say this about Wei Wei, I felt I was going against gravity the few months I took to finish the book, even though Xiao Nai was supposed to be so mouth-watering! I actually didn’t understand half the book. The game content almost killed me…haha….

  7. decembi
    decembi February 12, 2014 at 11:14 am |

    Haha nope, I have never played an online game. But I have friends who played World of Warcraft, so I fairly understood what was going on! Hahaha.

    *Waves hands* boss/staff novels please!

  8. hamster428
    hamster428 December 18, 2015 at 1:05 am |

    I read Sunny Day a while back and thought it was hilarious. Esp the epilogues about the web novelist and his crappy endings lol.

    Then I went back to read Running Snail but never finished it. I just didn’t care for the drama about her gangster ex, and I didn’t feel any chemistry btw her and Lu Shuang.

    Aha, the third one is about the web novelist! I want to know how the web novel was progressing. They made such a big deal about it at the start, But then the novel just got sidetracked into the game and barely got mentioned again. I like this better than Running Snail but not as much as Sunny Day. It felt a little flat, with no build up or climax.

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