She replaced her older sister to become the wife of her family’s long-time enemy. The moment she got into the bridal sedan chair, Xiao Qiao was prepared for a lifetime of loneliness. As she expected, Wei Xun didn’t go and fetch the bride and they got married in a hasty manner. The day after the wedding, he was going to send her back to her family. She initially thought they are likely to spend the rest of their life “treating each other with respect”, but they encountered setbacks one after another.
She was kidnapped by bandits, and he led troops to rescue her and slaughtered the enemy hideout in anger.
She was framed by her mother-in-law, and he stepped forward bravely to reprimand his mother and protect his wife.
“You really are a source of calamity.”
“To whom do I bring calamity?”
“To my heart.”
But Xiao Qiao knew clearly in her heart that she was the one bringing calamity to the marquis’ heart, but the one occupying the marquis’ heart was someone else. It’s just that the love has come to this point, so she can’t turn back even if she is like a moth fluttering into the flames.
(Translated by Vico SDL, edited by peanuts)
Wei Shao’s part.
At first, Marquis of Yan, Wei Shao, was advised to marry the Qiao’s daughter : “The Qiao’s family has been in the Eastern County for three generations, although declining, but deeply honored, like the hundred-foot insects that die but not stiff. My Lord is majestic and powerful. The family of Qiao has begged the Lord, so why not take the daughter of the Qiao family and use her?”
Later, Wei Shao finally understood and hit his own face. It’s hurt, really hurt.
Xiao Qiao’s part.
Hmm, men are indeed cheap bones. The Emperor is the same.
(Credit: Galaxy Translations)