To my dear readers,
The Dao of Tea part made me laugh! Haha. This chapter was very formal AGAIN. You can kind of tell. I swear, the author wants to write poetry or something. -_-” Anyhow, don’t blame me for the cliffs! Haha. In a few chapters, Le Yao Yao is going to be massaging Prince Rui’s leg… and THAT IS GOING TO BE HILARIOUS. (You guys will have to wait a bit to get there because as you all know, it takes me forever to translate).
P.S. If you are dying from the anticipation, read Kiki’s translations of “Bewitching Prince Spoils His Wife”! I recently found out we’re both from the same city! ❤ And she reads my translations too! Hehe. We translate similar type of stories. 😉 She already has over 170 chapters so what are you waiting for? (Haha. I’m going to promote other translators to distract you guys) You can read Kiki’s translations here
Chapter 44: She was caught!
After Le Yao Yao handed the tea over to Prince Rui, she took a step back and obediently waited on the side. But within a few seconds, she couldn’t help but sneak a few secretive looks at the handsome man next to her.
Although a day had already gone by, he still looked extremely well-groomed and clean.
His white robe was billowing and his hair looked like black silk. His looks were God-level; exceptional and matchless.
Even the way he removed the lid so gently was as beautiful as a stunning painting.
All of Le Yao Yao’s fear were now replaced by astonishment.
Holy moly! A beauty was truly a beauty. Even the way he drinks tea looks graceful! Too bad he is so cold!
While Le Yao Yao was exclaiming on the inside, suddenly, Prince Rui spoke up. He was enjoying his tea at the moment, but it was as if he had eyes on top of his head; he didn’t even have to look at Le Yao Yao to know she was peeking at him.
So he opened his red lips and out came his low, raspy voice.
“Do you know what type of water is best for steeping tea?”
Le Yao Yao was caught off guard. She didn’t expect this type of question. But she thought of an answer right away and responded, “Above the mountains; within the river; beneath the well.” Continue reading