After I Married the Disabled War God As My Concubine - Chapter 171
He did not reply when he heard his admonishment, but leaned back on the bed and laughed. With a pair of smiling eyes, he quietly stared at Huo Wujiu.
Huo Wujiu’s heart skipped wildly at his stare.
He gritted his teeth and leaned forward. He might have been clumsy the first time, but he got accustomed soon enough, nibbling gently on Jiang Suizhou’s lips.
“What’s so funny?” he whispered.
Jiang Suizhou dodged to the side to hide, but Huo Wujiu caught up with him. This simple nibble gradually developed into an entanglement between lips and teeth.
Huo Wujiu had no experience, and only followed his instincts. He had no control and acted recklessly. In a few blinks, Jiang Suizhou was already a bit breathless, so he raised his hand and directly pushed him away.
Huo Wujiu knew that he was hurt, so he didn’t dare to struggle hard. Hence, after he pushed him twice, he sat back along with his push.
Jiang Suizhou was busy catching his breath, while Huo Wujiu merely sat there. He stared at him with the corners of his mouth unabashedly curled up, looking proud and flamboyant.
Jiang Suizhou gave him a couple of glances. Fortunately, the man had no tail. Otherwise, it would have risen to the heavens.
However, he noticed that Huo Wujiu’s appearance at this time was quite different from when he entered the door just now.
Jiang Suizhou had some guesses.
Seeing Jiang Suizhou looking at him, Huo Wujiu moved forward, having an urge to nibble at him more.
Such things were addictive after the first time.
Jiang Suizhou couldn’t push him away, so he received another kiss that rendered him muddleheaded. After the kiss, he was already leaning on Huo Wujiu’s shoulder and was firmly wrapped in his arms.
“No more fooling around,” Jiang Suizhou gasped and admonished him softly.
Huo Wujiu promised solemnly, but before he could finish his promise, he lowered his head again and kissed him gently on the lips.
He was entirely presumptuous and undoubtedly emboldened.
Jiang Suizhou was also too lazy to argue with him, so he let him hug him.
After a while, he asked, “Were the things you dealt with today troublesome?”
Huo Wujiu paused.
Of course, everything was tricky. He was grown up yet had never dealt much with civilian court matters. Those people weren’t prisoners of war, so they couldn’t be killed in one go. What was more, they might be of use in the future.
But the change of dynasties had always been the most unacceptable for them. Even if they were alive, they would never be at ease. In Lin’an alone, three urgent letters were sent in one day, all of which were from the Minister of Ceremonies’ residence. It said that when Lord Qi Min heard that Huo Wujiu killed the Emperor, he directly knocked himself against the garrisons’ swords. He asked Huo Wujiu to give the civil and military officials a good ending. If he were planning to kill them, he could stab or kill them. There was no need to keep them so that they could be humiliated.
Huo Wujiu naturally got a headache from this matter.
But at this moment, he was embracing Jiang Suizhou in his arms, and there were only a few thin layers of clothes between them.
Jiang Suizhou’s warm body temperature and fluctuating breathing were continuously passed on to him, which made him feel that these troublesome matters weren’t that difficult to deal with. There was no need to bother Jiang Suizhou.
“They’re just trivial matters,” he said. “Nothing more.”
Jiang Suizhou thought that he was just stubborn and reluctant to admit defeat.
He was about to look up at him, but Huo Wujiu seemed to have perceived his motives. He quickly raised his hand, pushed him back into his arms and hugged him tightly.
“Why? You still can’t trust me?” Huo Wujiu asked.
Jiang Suizhou said, “No, it’s just that they’re always a bit difficult to deal with, plus you’re from Northern Liang…”
Hearing him say that, alarm bells started to ring in Huo Wujiu’s heart.
In all likelihood, Jiang Suizhou meant that he wanted to help him deal with everything.
Seriously…It was only two days since he was injured. What was he doing, meddling in this mess?
Huo Wujiu flatly refused.
“It’s nothing,” he said. “Even Southern Jing’s old ministers are just a group of scholars. I kept them alive because I could deal with them.”
Jiang Suizhou promptly said, “You can’t kill people indiscriminately.”
Huo Wujiu clicked his tongue.
“Am I this kind of person in your eyes?” he asked with downcast eyes.
Jiang Suizhou smothered a laugh.
“Of course not.” He said, “It’s just that those scholars can be a bit unpleasant to the ears in a moment of desperation, so I’m afraid you’ll take it personally.”
Huo Wujiu gave him a gentle pinch on his face.
“Then rest assured,” he said. “I’m also afraid of accidentally killing someone and not being able to explain myself to you when I come back.”
Speaking of which, he lowered his head and let his lips gently touch Jiang Suizhou’s hair.
“Anyway, don’t worry. Just take care of your injuries.” He said, “Since I beat this place down, do you think I can’t manage it? If I can’t, then just beat it again.”
The second half of his sentence was clearly a light joke, and Jiang Suizhou laughed.
“Fine. I know you know how to fight,” he answered.
The two made small talk, and during their chitchat, the night gradually deepened. Jiang Suizhou was easily exhausted after taking the medicine. As he spoke, he gradually became sleepy again.
Huo Wujiu was keenly aware of it.
He didn’t say anything, but softened his voice. After a while, the sound of even and subtle breathing came from his arms.
He lowered his head cautiously, and what he saw was Jiang Suizhou’s sleeping face.
He leaned quietly in his arms and slept soundly.
This realization made Huo Wujiu’s entire heart tingle. He felt itchy and in utter disorder.
Jiang Suizhou was the most beautiful person he had ever seen in his more than twenty years of life. His eyes had always been above the top, he had thoughts of taking a person as his own, but hesitated to move forward.
But now, all his delusions and fantasies had come true.
He finally embraced this person into his arms, so of course, he was unwilling to let him go through the least bit of a storm.
He would keep everything behind him, whether he was proficient at these things, or not.
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