Duan Yao was one of the most popular kids at Liu Silan High School and was often referred to as the “flower spirit” among the girls. He was also that stubborn idiot that was rescued by Mu Rulan during that incident.
Mu Rulan thinking about that incident again, remembered that in her past when she was fourteen, that same thing happened to the students in F class then. Because of that accident, a student ended up passing away and many of them were seriously injured. It was then that she remembered that the person she rescued, Duan Yao, was likely the student who died in the past.
Tsk, what a stubborn boy. He was unwilling to step back even when threatened with a knife to his neck. This persistence was quite stupid, of course he would die. Didn’t she herself die as well?
Idiot. Translated by The Novelst
Mu Rulan stood in the corridor waiting for them to complete their review test before she entered the class again. They were supposed to be in the twelfth grade, same as Mu Rulan. Unexpectedly the entire class submitted a request to stay back for another year. Their actions shocked the school – nobody could understand why they would want to stay for another year. Only they themselves knew that it was because their “sun” they wanted to protect was standing to high up to reach. If they couldn’t even touch the tips of her toes, what right did they have to talk about protecting her?
That’s why they stayed back a year, so they could more further forward in the future.
If you asked who were the mysterious, loyal knights behind Mu Rulan? Nobody knew that they were actually this bunch of arrogant kids with strong family backing.
If Bai Suqing had known, then she would be on the verge of a breakdown, right? Her original plan was to subdue these students to work under her, who would have thought they’d already become a part of Mu Rulan’s support? Bai Suqing would have thought that class F was the class Mu Rulan had the least influence in. She wouldn’t have expected they were Mu Rulan’s strongest defense.
But she wouldn’t tell her anything about it. My dear, in this life, it’s your turn to be a clown and make me laugh, hehe.
“President!” As Mu Rulan walked through the door, the students in the front recognized her and shouted her name is surprise. Mu Rulan was much younger than them, but others would always ignore her age due to her majestic aura and praise her like an idol.
“Woah! The president-sama actually had time to come and see us?” joked Li Shen, who always hung around Duan Yao.
“Get lost!” Taishi Niangzi violently pushed away the people surrounding Mu Rulan, turning to hug Mu Rulan’s arm. Her vicious looking expression turned pitiful, “Lan Lan, why are you only here now? You said you would teach me before midterms…”
“It’s us,” Li Shen added. Li Shen’s mother was the head of the National Academy of Science, and his father was a judge in K city.
“Xiao Niangzi, get off Lan Lan’s arm! Release her, softly!”
“Get lost! Don’t you call me Xiao Niangzi!” Taishi Niangzi was always teased for her name. Who would have thought, the student always leading the fights and making trouble would be from a family of officials. Her father was the chief of police in K city.
In class F, the rich kids were less challenging than the official family kids. Thinking that a child from an authoritative family would be more tactful was wrong – it was the exact opposite. Because of their powerful family, their rebellious spirit was much stronger than a normal child’s. Their implicit hope was to one day provoke their parents by the law.
That was also why Bai Suqing had chosen them in the past. These people were the same as Zhou Yaya – a powerful dog easily used.
Soon the classroom livened up so much that even students from other classes were curious about what was happening.
“Alright.” A seemingly evil voice sounded from the back of the classroom. His voice had a penetrating quality and could easily be distinguished. With just that one word, the noisy classroom quieted down.
The young man’s tall frame had his arms crossed over his chest, as he sat on one of the tables: “Let’s listen to president’s reason for coming here.”
Mu Rulan looked helplessly at Duan Yao: “Do I need a reason to come here?”
The flower spirit-like class monitor shrugged his shoulders and pulled up a faint smile: “Our president-sama never goes to a Buddhist temple for nothing.”
This guy, did he know that expression of his charmed multitudes of boys and girls?
“Alright.” Mu Rulan winked and turned to look at the students of class F. “Indeed I have something that requires your help.”
Everyone’s faces immediately shifted to become more serious. Mu Rulan waved her hands quickly, “Not really such a serious matter.” Such serious faces, people who didn’t know what was happening might have thought they were going through fire and water for Mu Rulan.
“My little sister will be studying in your class starting tomorrow. She’s a little introverted, please help me take care of her. Don’t let her feel sad, okay?” Mu Rulan wholeheartedly requested of them. They couldn’t deny anything to the sincerity written between her brows.
“Sure thing, but I thought president-sama only had two little brothers? Where did this little sister come from?” Duan Yao asked, rubbing at the ring on his index finger. His amorous eyes shimmered in the light. After his question, their surroundings became quieter. All the kids from rich backgrounds knew that it wasn’t rare to have an illegitimate child appear out of nowhere. There were even cases where the shameless woman would bring the child in order to get into the family.
Mu Rulan couldn’t help but laugh at their line of thought. “Look at you, what are you thinking? Qing Qing is just the daughter of my mother’s best friend. Something happening in her family so we are having her stay with us temporarily.”
“Phew…” Taishi Niangzi was relieved. “So that’s how it is. I almost got shocked to death, our Lan Lan should continue to radiate her brilliant light. I won’t forgive anyone who wants to cast a stain.” Translated by The Novelst
The others nodded together. Duan Yao’s eyes flickered slightly.
That was right. If a person must be stained at least once in a lifetime, then it was already enough for her to have gone through that event two years ago. If someone else dared to try, they would definitely grind his bones and then scatter the powder…
Proofread by: Hannah