The 99th Divorce - Chapter 1990 - The new daughter-in-law

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Chapter 1990: The new daughter-in-law

Translator: Nyoi-Bo Studio Editor: Nyoi-Bo Studio

Ye Qianqian pretended to put up a struggle, but it was evidently useless.

He didn’t hesitate to hold her down.

She moaned weakly.

The wedding night was supposed to be the climax of the day, after all.

Ye Qianqian thought it over and let him do whatever he wanted.

But the price she had to pay was a tad too heavy.

By the end of the night, Ye Qianqian, who was already exhausted, to begin with, felt more tired than ever. Worse, she felt as though her body had been crushed.

The next day, Ye Qianqian couldn’t even lift her eyelids.

Nevertheless, Shen Zhilie scooped her up and commanded, “Get up, my grandmother and parents are waiting for us to serve them tea.”

Ye Qianqian was sore all over. She groaned and refused to move at all.

Shen Zhilie tried to pull her up by the hand.

Ye Qianqian reached out and slapped him lazily. She felt limp and weak.

“Come on, I’ll brush your teeth.”

“Let me sleep for ten more minutes…” Ye Qianqian closed her eyes and lay her head on the pillow. She pulled the blanket over her head.

Shen Zhilie stayed beside her and prompted, “What if Grandmother gets mad at us?”

Ye Qianqian didn’t respond.


Ye Qianqian remained silent.

“What brings you here, Grandmother?”

Ye Qianqian immediately covered herself, raised her head, and looked up.

But where was Grandmother?

Shen Zhilie chuckled. He pulled her up and prodded, “Move along now. You’ll have a chance to sleep after the tea ceremony.”

Ye Qianqian lacked the motivation to leave the bed.

She glanced at the clock. It was only six o’clock.

She lifted her hands sluggishly and groaned, “All right… Hold me.”

Shen Zhilie carried her to the bathroom and squeezed some toothpaste for her.

Ye Qianqian drove him out and slowly locked the door from the inside.

She took a bath and walked out of the bathroom.

As she left the bathroom, she noticed that her complexion looked drained.

Ye Qianqian wrapped herself in a bath towel and stepped out of the bathroom. Her whole body still felt sore.

Shen Zhilie was lying on the bed and almost fell asleep in a daze. When he saw her walking over, he immediately jumped up and rummaged through her wardrobe for a fresh outfit.

He found a red qipao.

The qipao was exquisitely tailored and appeared suitable as spring wear.

She looked elegant and graceful in it.

Shen Zhilie couldn’t help giving her a peck on the lips. “My wife is so beautiful.”

Ye Qianqian pouted and mumbled, “Let’s go.”

“You have to comb your hair and blow it dry first,” Shen Zhilie sighed. He took a towel and started patting her hair dry. “You look pale. Apply some makeup to look more radiant before you leave the room.”

“All right.” Ye Qianqian left him to settle her grooming and almost fell asleep again.

Her body ached. When the sound of the hairdryer stopped, she stood up immediately.

After applying some toning cream, her complexion brightened up.

When they arrived, Mrs. He had already prepared the tea.

When she saw them approaching, she brought the tray over to them.

Ye Qianqian had never attempted this, but at least she had seen others do it before.

She walked forward with the tray in her hands. Then, she kneeled before the elders with Shen Zhilie and raised the tray over her head. “Please have some tea, Grandmother.”

Old Mrs. Shen smiled. She was in a pleasant mood.

She nodded contentedly. She reached for a cup of tea, took a sip, and said, “Get up, my dear granddaughter-in-law. Here’s a red packet for you.”

Shen Zhilie didn’t expect to see Ye Qianqian so alert in such a situation. He smiled. He was in a cheerful mood.

Next, the couple repeated the procedure with Shen Longyue and Mrs. Shen.

After the tea ceremony, the family naturally had breakfast together.

The new daughter-in-law was to be introduced to the guests.

Old Mrs.Shen was about to lead Ye Qianqian outside, but she felt listless.