Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 84.

To my dear readers,

I have never released two chapters together. This is the first time. Translating is hard work so please support me if you can. The story is almost over. I’m going to try my best to finish the story before the year ends.

Chapter 84

“I said I was making an assumption. You don’t have to be so worked up about it.” Song Lin Feng stated.

Lin Shan was so mad that she wanted to bite him, but Lian Feng stopped her.

“Song brother.” He said, “Regardless of whether it’s true or false, I was never part of the Palace to begin with. Now that the Eldest Prince is no longer a threat, my mission is complete. My only wish right now is to be with the one I love. I don’t want to meddle in the Palace’s affairs any longer. Pretend what happened today was a dream. We never came here and we will never return. Please help us take good care of your parents. Farewell.”

Then, he grabbed Lin Shan and left.

Lin Shan knew Lian Feng’s mood was awful. Thus, she didn’t say anything else as he pulled her out. But by the time they exited the residence, Lin Shan couldn’t help but comforted: “Don’t listen to my brother. He might look like a decent man, but he has a terrible conscience. He saw us together so he purposely wanted to make you angry….hey, stop walking so fast! I can’t catch up. Hey!”

She was careless and almost tripped. Fortunately, Lian Feng’s arms were quick and managed to stop her fall.

“Are you alright?” His expression looked a bit softer.

Lin Shan nodded and whispered: “Are you mad at my brother?”

Seeing how careful she was being to avoid making him mad, Lian Feng realized he was losing his cool and forcefully smiled: “Don’t over think. It has nothing to do with your brother.”

Lin Shan was stunned. She quickly blurted: “Do you actually think what he said is true?” A moment later, she kind of regretted it and added in, “I think he’s just making it up. Even if the Emperor was cruel, he wouldn’t do that to his son. Blood is thicker than water….”

“Blood is thicker than water?” Lian Feng bitterly responded, “See what he has done to the Princess and you can tell he is cruel.”

Lin Shan didn’t know how to respond. She opened her mouth but nothing came out. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 84.”

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Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 83.

To my dear readers,

I have asked Amery nicely to postpone his maintenance on his site for a few more weeks. Therefore, you guys can read the first 12 chapters now (if you’re a new reader)! Thank you Amery for being so kind!!! By the way, this chapter isn’t that great (too serious).. so I translated the following one as well. It will be released shortly.

Chapter 83 

That’s right. The Emperor is the key element to everything. Song Lin Feng icily laughed: “Do you really think the Emperor is honestly so foolish? He is extremely clever….”

Song Lin Feng started from the beginning. As Lin Shan listened, the story started to unfold.

Although the Imperial court appeared to be calm on the outside, there was actually a lot of internal conflict. Basically, there were three groups in power. The leading group was definitely Team Du Ye. This team mainly consisted of old officials and counsellors. They had a lot of power to rally supporters and often used their accomplishments for the late Emperor to get their way. Even the current Emperor didn’t dare to mess with them.

The next group was Team Du Hao. Most of the people in this group were the younger officials and counsellors. They had their own beliefs and were adaptive and innovative. However, they lacked strength. Without the Emperor backing them up, they would not be able to exist.

Under these circumstances, the third group was definitely crucial. It turned out the third group was Team General Yang Sui.

Yang Sui was born in the Capital. For many generations, his ancestors were Generals. By the time he had gotten the position, Yang Sui was at the highest position that had ever been. He had the biggest military power and he had cultivated countless of military leaders. Currently, all of them had very important positions in the Imperial court.

If we include Yang Sui’s military power with his leaders, it would represent more than half of all the military power within the Imperial court. Plainly speaking, the Emperor wouldn’t dare to touch the man. Continue reading “Your Highness, I know my wrongs. -Chapter 83.”