There are three treasures in the imperial city: Me, √ my husband √ and my mother-in-law. √
Noble Consort Su was favoured and envied by countless imperial consorts. King Chen grew up with His Majesty showing favouritism to him. However, anyone, who is more or less educated, would sigh with regret and say that this pair of mother and son are sure to come to a bad end in the future.
Ming Jiuzhu, who is about to marry King Chen: Really? I don’t believe it.
King Chen in Jiuzhu’s eyes: a beautiful and kind-hearted little celestial boy vs King Chen in the eyes of others: His Majesty’s and his favoured consort’s hedonistic son
Jiuzhu often wondered why people always gazed at her and King Chen with a “you are doomed one way or another” look. Could this be the ugly side of jealousy?
Oh my, the hearts of these people are so dirty.
This is a story where the protagonist takes on the persona of the villain without realizing it. The whole novel is fabricated, purely fictional, and in a light-hearted style. Wishing everyone an enjoyable time reading it.
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