緣分 Yuanfen: Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms Fanfiction Ch 2

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Insane, crazy, arrogant, rude-ass, jerk,‘  Ye Hua read it distinctly in her furious gaze. Qian Qian’s disbelieving expression said everything her lips failed to do. Staring at him with unquestionable hostility and mistrust.

Stunned by his astonishing and incredible claim that she was SuSu, Qian Qian was thoroughly speechless.

Qian Qian wasn’t aware; it took almost a year for Ye Hua to come to this point. She’d only met him minutes ago, but he had been watchful of her for quite some time.

When Ye Hua’s brother, Mo Yuan, miraculously returned from death. During their first meeting, Ye Hua earnestly asked about his seventeenth disciple, Si Yin. His hopes and motivation were purely driven by his desperate desire to bring SuSu back. Since Mo Yuan’s disciple accomplished something Ye Hua failed to do. He wanted to know how Si Yin achieved such a feat.

Strangely, Mo Yuan was over, even harshly suspicious and avoided the subject. He was extremely protective and guarded when it came to his seventeenth disciple, Si Yin. His reply was simple; he merely said Si Yin no longer existed and said nothing more.

At the time, Ye Hua wasn’t in the position to inquire further or push for a precise, detailed explanation. After all, they’d only just met, and Mo Yuan was still quite fatigued from his recent revival. He then went into seclusion shortly after their first meeting, for a long duration of time.

About a year before the Eastern Sea Banquet by mere coincidentally. Ye Hua learned from Ghost Lord Li Jing, Bai Qian of Qingqiu was admittedly Mo Yuan’s disciple, Si Yin. He gained exact confirmation of this fact from Donghua DiJun and anxiously went to meet her.

In route to Qingqiu, Ye Hua feeling wistfully nostalgic, and longing for SuSu, went to the place of happy memories. He returned to Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms for the first time, since his last visit with her.

The scent was capturing. The overwhelming floral fragrance of the peach orchard instantly brought back the sweet remembrances. It was three hundred years ago, but to Ye Hua, it still felt like yesterday. Many yesterdays perhaps, but the image of SuSu’s beautiful face, never faded from his mind. Not for a single second.

Wasn’t this place the very spot, where he’d promised to plant ten miles of the peach trees just for her?

Contrary to what others expected or wanted, Ye Hua profound longing for SuSu, didn’t dissipate or weaken. Instead, it only intensified and deepened with the passing of time. He wished and yearned for her endlessly, and that feeling never changed. Other women never came into his eyes. He just didn’t see them, and his heart was already full of her.

Ye Hua’s unspoken of darkest secret and regrets, which he hid in the lowest recess of his heart, was that he didn’t tell her the truth of his identity, and used his magic to turn SuSu immortal, before leaving for the Mermaid War. Even if it meant, his son A-Li wouldn’t have been born.

If Ye Hua had to make that choice today without a moment’s hesitation, he would have selected SuSu over his son. He knew he was selfish, immoral, even wicked, but the day she vanished he died with her.

Instead, he was condemned to live an eternity of misery without her, as karmic retribution for his crimes. Never for a second, had Ye Hua forgiven himself for his past mistakes.

Still, not in a million years, had Ye Hua ever once consider, SuSu would choose suicide over him. Only after waking up from his coma, he realized in the end, she was too broken from his inabilities and failures. She was unable to feel his love at all. Rather, she mistook his sincere affections for pity.

Sightless, she couldn’t see the love pouring out of his eyes or catch the subtleties of body language. All she could do was form a mental picture with his words and unfortunately, Ye Hua didn’t say enough.

So, coming back to Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms was quite bittersweet.

Unchanged, Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms was the same and just as he remembered. The only difference was this time, sadly, Ye Hua was alone. The blush-hued, fully flowered, peach blossoms fell gently from overhead like a light summer shower.

Inhaling the heady fragrance deeply, Ye Hua abruptly remembered the delicate scent of peach efflorescence, that exuded from SuSu’s body. How could he have forgotten such a thing?

From nowhere, a song like feminine laughter fluttered like butterflies dancing in the air. Ye Hua heard her soft laughing before he saw her face. Curiously, he followed in the direction of the musical giggling, and there she stood. SuSu.

Initially, Ye Hua believed he saw a spirit, something like an illusion or hallucination. A specter from his past, created from his vivid imagery and fantasies. But when the image didn’t fade, he stood in a dazed stupor, unable to breathe or take a single step.

Hyperventilating, he was frozen, unable to make sense of what he was seeing. His sight hypnotized on the familiar female figure.

The picture was SuSu giggling joyously with a bright smile on her face. Dressed in a gorgeous, spring, yellow dress the same shade as daffodils. In her hand, Ye Hua saw the Jade Purity Fan, and his heart began to throb painfully. She playfully picked up a handful of flowers from the ground, and with her palm open blew them towards someone he couldn’t see.

“Seventeen.” A familiar voice called out softly. It was his brother, Mo Yuan with his seventeenth disciple, Bai Qian.

Like a puzzle, in an instant, everything came together. Mo Yuan’s hesitation and protective behavior towards his disciple, was because he was in love with her. It was obvious. Ye Hua could see it in Mo Yuan’s soft, gentle expression. He’d briefly come out of seclusion only to see her.

Ye Hua suspected if they weren’t already lovers, they would be soon. Mo Yuan blushed at Bai Qian’s touch, when she playfully grabbed his hand with hers. She lifted his arm up overhead and twirled under it as if she were dancing. The spark in his brother’s eyes said everything.

The flirtatious and friendly exchange of body language, gazes and their form of informal speech towards each other was remarkably intimate, adoring and tender.

Ye Hua was mistaking Bai Qian of Qingqiu, his reclusive fiancée for SuSu. The unfathomable sheer coincidence, of how much she matched SuSu was surprising. Even shocking. He observed Mo Yuan and his disciple for a while and left without exposing himself.

Out of respect, Ye Hua didn’t want to interrupt his brother and Bai Qian’s private moment. Alternatively, he chose to revisit her another day, shortly. He was slightly jealous of Mo Yuan. Not because his lover resembled SuSu but how happy he appeared with Bai Qian. Envious that Mo Yuan had someone to love.

Ye Hua even chuckled at the odd irony of being engaged to the woman his brother loved. It was clearly evident; the feeling was shared and mutual. Perhaps, that was the reason all talks about a wedding came to a sudden halt.

Nobody in any of the immortal realms would ever deny High God Mo Yuan his woman of choice. He commanded the utmost respect and influence, so in one way or another; everyone was indebted to him.

Also, Ye Hua didn’t have any desire to steal away the woman his brother loved. He wasn’t in love with Bai Qian. They had yet to meet officially. If anything, he was truly relieved, to be freed from a forced marriage. He didn’t want to marry anyone other than SuSu.

The dilemma was this, Ye Hua couldn’t stop thinking about Bai Qian. Like an unreachable itch in the middle of ones back, the image of her face prickled at him endlessly. A strange form of interest in him piqued, and he was inquisitive to see her again, but up close. He merely saw her from a distance, and he was intrigued to know if she resembled SuSu, as much as he believed.

The second time Ye Hua saw Bai Qian, it was in the marketplace in Qingqiu. This time he saw her up close, and couldn’t believe the incredible uncanny likeness of SuSu. Her face, expressions, voice, mannerisms, walk, and gestures were undeniably identical to SuSu’s.

Over the next few following months, Ye Hua gathered any and all information on Bai Qian, which he could obtain. With the scraps, bits, and parts of knowledge he’d gained, the end picture slowly came to this; she was a blind mortal during her heavenly trial around the same time SuSu lived. He also heard a rumor she couldn’t recall her entire mortal life, and memory loss was a plausible cause.

Of course, nothing was confirmed. Many said the information was parts of fabricated tales and falsehoods. Due to Bai Qian’s private, reclusive nature, there were many rumors and stories about her floating around in the eternal world.

Ye Hua lacked real, concrete, evidence, but her mortal story was enough to keep him digging for more. He began secretly following Bai Qian.

Ye Hua stalked her for months, very much like a creepy ex-lover, that one would get a restraining order against. Someone who can’t let go which was exactly what he was. The more he observed all her movements; he became convinced Bai Qian was SuSu on her heavenly trial. It was a nonsensical idea. More fantasy than reality, but how could there be a woman who twinned SuSu in appearance, movement, subtle distinctions, almost everything.

Even personality similarities. Both were kind, generous and overly compassionate. Just as SuSu brought Ye Hua home when he was a snake, Bai Qian saved a snake spirit and brought her home to Qingqiu. That snake spirit was Second Uncle Sang Ji’s wife, Shao Xin. She also gave Shao Xin a powerful and rare artifact, the Cloud Clearing Fan to defend herself against bullies.

The only differences were certain aspects of their personalities. SuSu was meek and shy. Soft-spoken, gentle, sometimes childlike, trusting and incredibly naïve. Ye Hua deduced her isolation, and solitary living conditions contributed to her humble nature.

Bai Qian was the opposite. She was sassy and bold. Highly vocal, arrogant, confident and all-powerful magically. The only High Goddess who was able to wield the mighty Jade Purity Fan. High God Mo Yuan being the only other immortal with that ability. She even successfully executed the difficult spell to seal Qing Cang, a spell that could only be performed by less than a handful of people.

Now it made complete sense to Ye Hua, why SuSu didn’t know how to cook or do basic manual and laborious tasks. It was because Bai Qian wouldn’t have done them either. If immortal Bai Qian couldn’t do specific chores, either would mortal SuSu, because they were the same person.

After months of secretly and vigilantly watching Bai Qian, Ye Hua concluded on two possible scenarios. The first hypothesis was she was SuSu on her heavenly trial. It could be assumed; she was powerful enough to withstand, and endure the damage and impact of Zhuxian Terrace. Amazingly, somehow ended up back in the mortal realm but in a different location.

Her memory loss was a result of the jump. Bai Qian returned to the human world without her memories and lived under a different name. She didn’t know she was SuSu and continued her heavenly trial under different mortal persona.

The second scenario was Bai Qian had all her memories but couldn’t forgive Ye Hua. Unable to excuse and pardon the savage brutality, and abuse she experienced while she was in Celestial Heaven. She was in love with High God Mo Yuan long before meeting him and didn’t want Mo Yuan to find out about her intimate relationship with him.

Ye Hua discovered, Bai Qian self-inflicted herself to unspeakable pain daily and fed Mo Yuan her precious heart’s blood for 70,000 years. She was willing to risk her life to retrieve fungal grass and used her élite cultivation for her Shifu. Did she consider his life to be more valuable, and meaningful than hers?

Was it possible SuSu accepted him because he looked like Mo Yuan? Perhaps her mind forgot him, but her heart subconsciously recognized him in Ye Hua’s face? Could it be plausible she never loved Ye Hua at all?

The latter assumption was utterly devastating, crushing and heartbreaking for Ye Hua.

Instead, choosing to fake memory loss, forsaking her child and remaining in hiding. The only questionable flaw in the second theory was, from what Ye Hua understood, Bai Qian was extraordinarily vindictive and revengeful. Grief-stricken, in one single stroke with her Jade Purity Fan, she almost killed over twenty warriors from the Ghost Realm after Mo Yuan’s death.

With her intolerance for injustice, she would have undoubtedly returned if nothing else, then to retrieve her eyes and punish Su Jin and possibly Ye Hua also.

Regardless, Ye Hua purposely accepted the invitation for the banquet, because he heard Bai Qian would be making a rare appearance. His opportunity to talk faced to face with her, and know with absolute certainty Mo Yuan was nowhere near.

Ye Hua was waiting for her to appear. Just as he’d done for the past year, he studied her. In the hour’s time after her arrival, he observed Bai Qian do everything precisely as SuSu did. She got lost. The indistinguishable hand motion and subconscious tapping of her fingertips. How she tapped her fan lightly against her nose. He saw the scar on her wrist from the crimson fire.

The creamy feel and scent of her skin. The size and shape of her hand and fingers. Ye Hua’s last piece of visual confirmation was the small star-shaped mark behind her right ear. Without a doubt or any question whatsoever, he knew Bai Qian was SuSu.

After 300 years of overwhelming longing, pining and desperate prayers. Guarding the Soul Gathering Lamp’s flame more protectively than he did his child, Ye Hua rediscovered the love of his life. He’d finally found her again.

Bai Qian was his wife, SuSu and the incredible beauty of the matter was, he was already engaged to marry her. Ye Hua decided he would be that one immortal, that wouldn’t submit to High God Mo Yuan. Just as he, Ye Hua was also a son of Heavenly Father. Why should he surrender anything or anyone to Mo Yuan? In Ye Hua’s mind, they were of equal standing.

Qian Qian’s angry expression remained. If anything it was progressing as she barked, “Why do I need to prove anything to you?”

She was using the tone of voice an adult uses with an unruly child. Qian Qian was talking down to him in a demeaning manner. But to Ye Hua, her voice sounded like the most beautiful song in the world.

“You want to cancel our engagement but I know, unquestionably you are or were my mortal wife, SuSu. I’m never going to concede to your request because you’re the only woman I’ve ever loved.” Ye Hua asserted, attempting to convince her as he stared intently into her eyes.

Qian Qian smirked and scoffed, “Do you take drugs? Are you high? Or as the modern mortals put it, are you chasing the red dragon? Or have you been hit in the head too many times by lightning? I know you Celestials are really into holy thunderbolts and whatnot. Or are-you-just-a mentally ill pervert?”

“Does your grandfather know how insane you are? He needs to know if he doesn’t already. It’s my understanding; you’re supposed to succeed his position as Heavenly Lord. I need to know because under your leadership, a war will occur and the world might come to an end.” Qian Qian jeered.

Ye Hua privately thought to himself, unless Qian Qian was the best actress in the world, she didn’t know who she was. The act was too real. Nobody could fake ignorance with such genuine, unwavering conviction. There wasn’t a hint of falsity in her.

Qian Qian licked her bottom lip nervously and bit down on it for a moment. Her deep rosy, pink, flushed cheeks and shiny, full, luscious, slightly parted lips reminded Ye Hua of how she looked when aroused during intimacy. He wanted to jump over the table and kiss her. It took all his control not to get up, grab and tightly embrace her. His body trembled and shook with anticipation, from his uncontrollable desire to touch her.

SuSu was close. Sitting perhaps two feet across from him, but still for Ye Hua, the short distance felt vast and massive like the open sea. His heart hammered wildly and rapidly in his chest. He struggled to hide his uneven, quickened breath and controlled his voice, so not to reveal his inner temptations.

Suddenly, Ye Hua felt possessed by an insurgent carnal demon, and no words could describe how badly he wanted her. He lightly cleared his throat which felt, as if it were tightening up from the inside.

Ye Hua spoke, “If you want to cancel our wedding Qian Qian, convince me you’re not SuSu, and I’ll agree with your request.”

“Father! A-Li found something shiny!” A-Li squealed gleefully from a close distance.

A-Li ran towards his father with a shiny object in his hand, which caught the light, and blasted a stark blinding glare into Bai Qian’s face. She jumped up from her seated position, as a thin white material suddenly appeared over her eyes and in a flash, Ye Hua was instantly up on his feet. Evidence and another piece to this puzzle.

“SuSu.” Ye Hua whispered as tears ran down his face. He stroked the sheer, thin, silky, white material ever so carefully with his fingertips. Light like a feather.

Qian Qian felt his touch and spontaneously lurched back. She glared at him with complete contempt. She sneered fiercely, “If you touch me again, Crown Prince Ye Hua will become Ye Hua the Eunuch! You won’t have to worry about having children ever again!”

Suddenly aware of a small hand pulling on her dress, Qian Qian looked down at A-Li, who was staring up at her with loving adoration. He lightly whimpered, “Mother?”

The material vanished from her face and she studied A-Li momentarily. Qian Qian squatted down to A-Li’s eye level and tenderly held his little, chubby, baby, cheeked face with both hands. She crooned sweetly, “Child, I’m not your mother. Now shoo.”

Qian Qian pushed him carefully towards Ye Hua and added in the same gentle voice, “Your father will marry and give you many mothers so don’t you worry. I foresee you having hundreds of mothers……eventually.”

“Qian Qian, I’ve changed my mind. Instead of you proving who you are, I’ll convince you of the truth. Two months. Spend two months with me.” Ye Hua appealed earnestly.

Qian Qian looked at Ye Hua with an expression of complete detached indifference.

“One month.” Ye Hua amended quickly.

Qian Qian didn’t even blink. She was entirely aloof and lackadaisical. Her expression of disinterest remained fixed, and unchanged on her face.

Ye Hua sighed and begged, “Three weeks. Just three weeks with me and I’ll let you go if you’re not convinced. Regardless of my conviction, I’ll cancel the engagement myself. Only twenty-one days. In the scheme of endless, eternal, immortal time, twenty-one days is nothing.”

Qian Qian’s expression’s solidified and set. She looked at Ye Hua apathetically. She then shook her head as if in pity at his delusional state.

Finally, Qian Qian moved her head ‘yes’ and said in the same condescending tone, “I’ll grant you three weeks. Not because I think you’re right, but I’m a benevolent and magnanimous High Goddess, who wants to cure your diseased mind. You’re too young to suffer such insanity. My generous courtesy ONLY because you’re my Shifu’s brother. When would you like to start?”

“Right now.” Ye Hua whispered, grabbed her around her waist and closed his lips firmly to hers.

To be continued…..

  57 comments for “緣分 Yuanfen: Ten Miles of Peach Blossoms Fanfiction Ch 2

  1. mahjong
    November 20, 2017 at 6:10 am

    Oooh! You did answer some questions and that was hot at the end. I always like YH, so I’m reading the wrong blog1


    • Emma
      November 20, 2017 at 2:36 pm

      Are you a YH shipper or both (like me… I just go with the flow)?


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 3:52 pm

        Unni’s stories always make me feel bad for YH because MY usually seems stronger and more manly. I don’t think I ship YH —- but I might!


      • Emma
        November 20, 2017 at 7:13 pm

        I understand what you mean. That applies to almost all MY/BQ FF. When I feel I’m ‘losing’ YH, i’ll watch my favorite scenes. Dramafever has many of short videos. I shipped YH in the drama whilst feeling really sorry for MY. I loved YH in the drama. In FF I like MY/BQ pairing the most.


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 8:02 pm

        I try and go with the flow like you. Interestingly, I have not gone back to watch much and I find that all the fan fiction I am reading has sort of changed my thinking about the characters over time. I feel mildly confused! Also, I find that whichever brother loses out makes me feel sad and YH I tend to feel sorry for more. No one can really compare to MY (God of War, Master of Kunlun) so I feel like YH is disadvantaged as the twin “born” so many thousands of years later. He has his own gifts, but when it come to romance, he’s bound to be behind, plus he utterly screwed up with SuSu.


      • Emma
        November 20, 2017 at 8:40 pm

        Yes. Thats how YH/MY are portrayed now in most FF. My view on characters has changed too over time mainly in favour of MY as most of the FF loves him more. I get confused too. To reconnect again with the drama characters and remember that I love YH too I watch the short dramafever videos. The ending scenes in the peach orchard are amongst my favourite. That look and love on YH’s face😍. It helps that my kid watches the drama now (i hope she learns mandarin).


      • littlebutter210
        November 20, 2017 at 9:35 pm

        I do feel like I’m losing DH when I read FF. There are more FF for MY/BQ than DH. I did feel sorry for MY in the drama. But like you said MY is stronger than YH in everything and even in love. He has experiences in love so I do feel sorry for him but not as much as DH.


      • November 20, 2017 at 9:39 pm

        Come out of the closet and say it loud and proud, Mahjong. You are a YH shipper!


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 9:43 pm

        Wench! I am too old to ship anything! Well, it is Peaches though. I dunno. If I saw MY nekkid, I’m sure I would change my mind!


      • November 20, 2017 at 10:01 pm

        Come, come, come on now. Let’s keep it real friend, if you say MY butt ass naked you’d be all over that like a cheap suit! Wait so would I….


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 10:03 pm

        If so, I’ll concede to you because you’d kick my ass before I got within 10 feet of him!


      • November 20, 2017 at 10:27 pm

        Hmmmmm I would not. We’re friends. I’d wait until you got within two feet. I’d allow you take a close look before I devoured him. Maybe it’s the holiday season but I’m feeling generous today.


      • November 20, 2017 at 9:37 pm

        She is soooooo much a YH shipper. Come out of the closet Mahjong.


    • Emma
      November 20, 2017 at 2:41 pm

      Have you finished moving and unpacking? I’m happy to see you more often again 🙂


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 3:50 pm

        The unpacking is at an impasse because the new house is too small for my stuff! We are going to move in a year or two (has to do with taxes) so I don’t want to unpack everything. But I can’t live like a box lady. Lol!


      • Emma
        November 20, 2017 at 6:31 pm

        You’re moving again in 2 years? That sucks. I hate moving… so much work! :((( I’ve been purging my house for 2 months now. I’m not great at selling on sites like ebay (I lack patience) so I’ve donated half of my stuff to charity. I’m so happy I’ve made room in my house and in my head.


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 6:54 pm

        I donated so many things to charity! I also do not have it in me to sell things on Ebay — my kids had so many video game, books, etc. The guy doing pick ups for the local veteran’s charity probably couldn’t believe how much stuff I had after the 8th pick up. 👠👕👗📕📺😅


      • Emma
        November 20, 2017 at 7:14 pm

        Hahaha. We are so alike!😅.


      • Emma
        November 20, 2017 at 7:16 pm

        And you had a super large house!


      • mahjong
        November 20, 2017 at 7:48 pm

        Psst! My MIL lives sort of nearby now and keeps wanting to come over. First of all, she shouldn’t be driving on highways at her age and secondly, she just wants to examine what I’ve unpacked, etc. Running out of ways to put her off!


  2. Emma
    November 20, 2017 at 2:40 pm

    I like how this story gives me a total different vibe than the other stories. Even the characters feel different… can’t really explain, but really looking forward to your updates. Have no idea how things are going to unfold.


    • Emma
      November 20, 2017 at 2:40 pm

      Btw did you finish princess agents?


      • November 20, 2017 at 5:50 pm

        Yes, I did.


      • Emma
        November 21, 2017 at 8:18 am

        Hahaha. Binging also has its purpose in life. I hope you liked it. I finished it too though i never really liked it.


      • November 21, 2017 at 6:54 pm

        i liked it.


    • November 20, 2017 at 5:51 pm

      Feels different because it is different. Ch 3 will explain why.


  3. littlebutter210
    November 20, 2017 at 7:50 pm

    I hope you keep BQ & DH together. Since there s A-Li, I’d hate that MY s his step father. There s a fan fiction where BQ s married MY yet A-Li s BQ & DH’s son when she was a mortal. And later she has another child w DH yet still married to MY. I think there should be no A-Li if it’s a MY/BQ story.

    I understand why DH acts the way he does. He’s young, inexperienced in love, impulsive, frank & reckless. He has not been around as long as MY. I’m pretty sure MY was not as calm & collective as he is now when he was young. So I totally understand YH. Plus DH was raised in a strict & rigid environment. He was taken away from his mother. His father didn’t raised him as lovingly as he does with A-Li. YH was not raised with love. So when he found Love he acts with his heart. Though he knows the consequences, he d do it just like a moth who s attracted to a burning flame. In YH’s case, it’s a burning flame of love that he craves. Something he has never experienced before. He later regrets deeply of the way he acted by keeping his plan from Su Su. And when he thought he d loose BQ to MY he selfishly & physically wants BQ in episode 43 & 44. Through YH I see a man who s young, and reckless yet s so passionate and frank in the way he pursued love with either Su Su or BQ. I honestly believe that he d fall for BQ even without SuSu. He loves Si Yin when he was a golden lotus. Memories of Si Yin help him open up & feel attracted to Su Su. For me, BQ & DH are meant for each other.


    • Emma
      November 20, 2017 at 8:45 pm

      What’s the FF you are talking about? Yegenmo’s other stories on this blog you mean?


      • littlebutter210
        November 20, 2017 at 9:23 pm

        FF here on this blog. The second son that DH & BQ share together is Jing Hua. It breaks my heart in this story line to see DH suffers like this. The line below from the story truly broke my heart.

        “Promise me that when we meet again in our next lives you’ll choose me.” He said before kissing Bai Qian lightly one last time on her soft lips.

        I love all FF on this blog. I must say I enjoy reading all of them. Maybe re-reading some more time than other.


      • November 20, 2017 at 9:32 pm

        Wow! I’m so freaking impressed. While I wrote that particular line, I cried the whole time.


      • littlebutter210
        November 21, 2017 at 2:48 am

        Since you wrote a devastating ending for DH in Mount Song, can you give him a happy ending with many many offsprings lol. How come in most of FF MY has so many offsprings? MY is a lusty man. Is that why he always meditate? Lol jk. Plz don’t kill me haha 🤣


      • November 21, 2017 at 3:35 am

        You know my style. You never know who gets the girl until the very end. MY has a shitload of kids because he has a hot young trophy wife and secretly, he likes to let everyone know he’s still got what it takes for his age. You know how guys going through midlife crisis get fancy sports cars and show off to other old guys. It’s a guy thing.


      • Emma
        November 21, 2017 at 8:17 am

        Wahahaha! So his kids are his sport cars. I like that😅😂😅


      • mahjong
        November 21, 2017 at 5:01 pm

        I know this sports car thing. It actually starts earlier with some men.


      • November 21, 2017 at 6:57 pm

        Indeed. Midlife crisis.


      • littlebutter210
        November 21, 2017 at 3:20 am

        Mount Song was beautiful but it s so sad. In my opinion, nothing is more devastating than loving someone more than your life and then have that person taken away from you not one but twice. I remember Buddha’s teaching once said “ Everyone you meet is no accident. And no one can walk with you for the rest of your life.” It takes so many life times that one misses & passes his/her other half. People end up & stay with each other due to both fate & karma. Fate bring them together but karma is what bind one’s marriage.

        I was sad in Mount Song, but like you wrote in your story. It was a trial. A trial that make both BQ & DH grow… Between, the way you wrote about BQ & Su Su personalities in this story is really well. I love how you sometimes throw your sense of humor in your story. “ creepy ex lover that need restraining order” lol or “ wet nurse” in the other story. Your humor is always unexpected yet fit just right in the situation. Thanks for writing. I truly appreciate all your work.


      • November 21, 2017 at 3:29 am

        I’m so honored to be praised in such a manner. WOW. I’m blown away. Thank you littlebutter210 for reading, loving, and commenting. Mount Song was a very personal story to write. You freaking rocked my world today!


    • November 20, 2017 at 9:30 pm

      Wow! You know the biz. Down to the episodes. I’m highly impressed. Bravo.


      • littlebutter210
        November 21, 2017 at 3:26 am

        Lol I am helplessly addicted to this drama. All thanks to Mark Chao & Yang Mi. Both of their acting really brought out the characters & capture all our hearts. I watch it so many times that now I don’t need to look at the subtitles for most part anymore lol. Maybe it’s because Vietnamese is close to Chinese in pronounciation for some words & phrase.


      • November 21, 2017 at 3:34 am

        Raises hand. Me too. I no longer need subs and I’ve picked up some Chinese. LOL I can say simple phrases now. Granted it’s weird when someone says something to me and all I can say is “Presumptuous!”


    • Quee Luan Png
      November 21, 2017 at 1:06 am

      I must say I don’t agree with you that they are meant for each other. The whole experience was just a trial in order for BQ to ascend to High Goddess. Nothing more, nothing less. Anyway, this is just my personal opinion.


      • littlebutter210
        November 21, 2017 at 2:53 am

        Yeah I understand. That is why I was really sad when I read Mount Song. Fate can be both cruel and kind.


      • Quee Luan Png
        November 21, 2017 at 3:49 am

        Have u heard? There’s going to be a sequel for Peach Blossom drama. Probably will feature the wedding of BQ & YH.


      • November 21, 2017 at 3:50 am

        Shut the front door! What!!!!


      • Quee Luan Png
        November 21, 2017 at 4:09 am

        Yes. It was even announced Mark Chao & Yang Mi will reprise their YH & BQ role in the PB drama. Though the original actor/actress for DongHua Dijun & Bai Feng Jiu won’t be coming back.


      • November 21, 2017 at 4:19 am

        OMG!! Do you know why they are doing another drama? $$$$$$ Just kidding no really. I’m stoked!


      • littlebutter210
        November 21, 2017 at 5:33 am

        I love Mark Chao & Yang Mi. I know they both are married but man their chemistry are just off the chart. I also found out interesting facts that they both met their other half in 2011. Both got married in 2014. Both met their other half while filming in 2011. They are just like BQ & YH. I have no doubt that if they meet each other earlier, they d gal for each other. Hopefully next life time they can be together in real life lol. I’m so bad. Since they can’t be together this life time, I’m settled to see them together in movies/ dramas 😊


      • mahjong
        November 21, 2017 at 5:00 pm

        Wow! This is awesome news.


      • littlebutter210
        November 21, 2017 at 5:28 am

        Wow. Is it the pillow book one? In the pillow book, DH & BQ wedding s at the beginning. I d love to see their wedding. But I heard different production company bought the right to use the story. All I hope is Mark Chao & Yang Mo would still be DH & BQ. In my heart, no one can play DH & BQ better than Mark Chao & Yang Mi. Mark Chao & Yang Mi portrays all their different characters pretty well in this drama. You know I didn’t watch the sequel of “Swords of Legend” because Yang Mi was not in the sequel and it was not as good. Mark Chao & Yang Mi are both very good actor/ actress.


    • Kurosaki808
      November 24, 2017 at 9:42 am

      What FF is that? Would love to read it.


      • November 24, 2017 at 10:31 am

        My first one. Ten Miles Of Peach Blossoms adult ff. It was my very first time writing so it’s rough but enjoyable.


      • Kurosaki808
        November 26, 2017 at 2:57 am

        Perfect and thanks starting with your first than! WOW 6 and you claim you are a newbie. This is perfect a reason for me to not do house chores…Totally happy and excited I found this site 😀


  4. Ana Korizma
    November 24, 2017 at 2:02 am

    The return of the Romanian GRRR

    Chapter 2 + End of Chapter 1

    I cloud jumped straight to the East Sea, to see YH and BQ. It was known how BQ looked at the marriage. Foxes were one partner only, and she already had her husband, Mo Yuan. That rude and obsessed prince had nothing to look there. With how heavy his obsession was, he’d even think of me as Su Su, because he saw her everywhere in everyone. I continued paying attention to what was going on. He really has the nerve! To touch a married woman! BQ should kick his butt, why wasn’t she? And the more I listened, the more I grew angry. Insane, rude, crazy, ass, jerk, and so much more were the fitting words for Ye Hua right now. I paid even more attention now to what was going on. And how things were going, I snapped. I walked out to face them both, my energy scalding hot like a Phoenix fire. The first to suffer from my raging fire would of course be Ye Hua the stalker:
    “You stalking son of a cunt. Do you think I don’t know what you’re doing? Trying to deceive a married woman in your web? And using your poor son too? Do you know shame?”
    My Phoenix spirit rose even more. What gave it a boost was that I was now also dedicated to Journey of Flower. I turned to those characters for help, this time using the Emotionless sword from Bai Zi Hua. Killing Ye Hua with Mo Yuan’s sword was too good for him. I thanked the Immortal, before coming over to cut off Ye Hua’s man pride and dig out his eyes. Then I turned to BQ; I was on full fire:
    “Don’t even dare snap at me now, because I’ll beat you up black and blue! I thought you promised at Zhe Yan’s hut never to cheat when you married Mo Yuan! I thought you foxes were one partner only! And here you are, accepting this stalker YH! Who is two-faced now?”
    I dragged Bai Qian back to Kunlun. I heard the sound of the zither playing and dragged her in, throwing BQ in front of MY. MY stopped playing and looked at us with a raised brow:
    “What’s all this?”
    “High God Mo Yuan, you should tame your wife better because she betrayed her marriage vows to you.”
    I turned to glare at Bai Qian. “EXPLAIN TO HIM!” I shouted with a booming echoing voice. “How could you accept Ye Hua? What kind of a woman are you? One partner? What a joke! If that was the case, you’d keep your word! Don’t you care for your husband, Mo Yuan?”
    I look at MY: “I feel sorry for you. You married a liar.”
    I say that to him before I jump to the next chapter, leaving MY to wait an explanation from his wife BQ.


    • November 24, 2017 at 5:03 am

      WTF!!! Out of fucking control! Hahaha killing me!


    • Kurosaki808
      November 24, 2017 at 9:40 am

      😍WOW😍Love reading comments but yours is great. A awesome chapter I have just read and now I got to enjoy your mini chapter as well… Excellent writing for both of you.


  5. November 26, 2017 at 6:11 pm

    We shall see…..


  6. November 26, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    Capt of Team YH is your new title.


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