His Breathtaking and Shimmering Light - Chapter 1266 - What? Xiao Bai Was Her Son! (6)

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Chapter 1266: What? Xiao Bai Was Her Son! (6)

He decided not to force her to drink and instead poured the honey water into a teapot. He sat beside her and leaned on the sofa with a relaxed expression as he looked at Su Qianxun. His eyes were as mysterious as the sea in the dark night—restrained yet deep.

Neither of them spoke and the entire room fell into a deep silence.

It was so quiet that they could hear each other’s heartbeats and breathing.

Su Qianxun didn’t think that Lu Yanzhi would stop forcing her to drink the honey water.

The man’s hot gaze behind her made her very uncomfortable for she was not used to it. And since her back was facing him, it indirectly allowed him to stare at it however he liked. It made her feel unsafe.

She gritted her teeth and turned around to face Lu Yanzhi before staring deep into his eyes.

He wore his usual aloof and cold expression and his deep gaze gave off a mysterious vibe that made it hard for people to stare into. It was like a vortex with no end and once one has fallen into it, they can never save themselves out of it ever again.

It didn’t matter whether the person was good or not, or whether she loved the person or not, for at that time, she thought that he should have at least some feelings for her… she also thought that there was no chance that she would not fall in love with this person. If there wasn’t any love in the first place, there wouldn’t be any love in the future.

But she had forgotten that sometimes it only takes a second to fall in love with a person.

When she came back, all she did was try to avoid places that he might be in, fearing that she might run into him.

She thought that by not seeing him, with time, everything would pass.

However, her heart was too complicated.

After a very long time, she realized that she had unknowingly fallen in love with Lu Yanzhi despite how he screamed and threatened her. She had fallen in love with the not so gentle Lu Yanzhi who always saved her whenever she was in danger.

Su Qianxun felt a little uncomfortable. It was like there was something stuck in her chest. She felt nauseous and wanted to vomit.

She suddenly stood up and ran to the washroom, she tried to empty her stomach but nothing came out.

She only felt that her head was spinning and that she was in a daze.

She used the wall as support as she brought herself to go to the basin wherein she used cold water to wash her face and mouth. This prompted her to finally start feeling a little more clear-headed.

Due to the amount of alcohol she had, all she wanted to do was take a nap. She turned around only to see Lu Yanzhi standing by the door with slightly furrowed eyebrows.

“Can’t you drink less next time?” he said in a sour tone.

Su Qianxun rubbed her temple and staggered past Lu Yanzhi.

“It’s none of your business,” mumbled Su Qianxun.

“Lu Yanzhi, why do you always trigger me? What are you trying to do?” she probed.

Lu Yanzhi had his gaze fixed on her. His eyes were deep and dark.

“Didn’t I say that I have something… to tell you?” he asked with intent.

“What do you want to tell me? Spill it.” Su Qianxun walked with staggering steps and Lu Yanzhi reached out to hold her but she swatted his hand away. He instead used the same hand to touch his hair before saying, “You are drunk. We can talk when you are sober.”

Su Qianxun raised her head and looked at him before saying in a serious tone, “I am not drunk so stop finding excuses. I know what you are thinking.”

“What do you think I am trying to do?” asked Lu Yanzhi.

Su Qianxun harrumphed coldly, “You want to bed me while I am drunk.”

She yanked his collar forcefully towards her, but being unaware of the strength she used, she caused her lips to meet his face. Her lips were very gentle, and the sweet smell of the alcohol aroused the desire he suppressed in his heart.

Lu Yanzhi felt his body heating up as though somebody had boiled his blood.