Wedding Night! A Regretful Marriage to Her Disabled Rival!

Chapter 136 - Chapter 136: Hurry Up, Move It

Chapter 136: Hurry Up, Move It

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Gu Qingcheng was left in a state of shock.

She gazed at Huo Sicheng, whose expression resembled frozen ice – cold and distant.

Despite his apparent calmness, there was an underlying anger simmering within him.

The more composed he appeared, the more his inner fury burned.

As his wife, she had indeed crossed a line by openly expressing her longing for Qi Shaoze in front of him, regardless of his patience.

“What’s the matter?” Seeing Gu Qingcheng’s silence, Huo Sicheng’s eyes revealed a mixture of pain and bitterness. He questioned her with a cold edge,

“Can’t you respond?”

Qi Shaoze and Huo Sicheng shared a close bond.

Huo Sicheng, the seemingly aloof and proud individual, bore a wounded look in his eyes upon Qi Shaoze’s departure, his lips curving slightly.

Gu Qingcheng had always thought of Huo Sicheng as distant and detached, but now it seemed her perception had been mistaken.

It appeared that Huo Sicheng genuinely cared for her and wasn’t merely treating her as a trophy.

A sense of crisis crept over Qi Shaoze as he narrowed his eyes.

“President Huo, please don’t be so harsh.” He rose from the sofa apologetically and addressed Huo Sicheng, “It’s entirely my fault. I was the one who invited her to my house. She bears no responsibility in this matter. If you wish to be angry, direct your anger at me.”

Chu Yu was taken aback by Qi Shaoze’s words.

He hadn’t anticipated Qi Shaoze’s audacity!

With the conflict between Mr. Huo and Gu Qingcheng, Qi Shaoze’s statement could easily lead her to believe that Huo Sicheng was unjustly treating Qi Shaoze.

Given Gu Qingcheng’s temperament, she wouldn’t stand for any perceived bullying of Qi Shaoze.

Chu Yu foresaw a brewing storm.

Gu Qingcheng was distant from Huo Sicheng, and the living room was dimly lit, preventing her from observing the turmoil in his demeanor.

While she remained in the study, her thoughts remained consumed by Huo Sicheng.

She intended to answer Huo Sicheng’s question, but her yearning for him prevailed.

Qi Shaoze’s words furrowed her brow.

“Huo Sicheng, what do you mean?” Her gaze turned frigid. “I was the one who asked Qi Shaoze to bring me here. If you’re upset, direct your anger at me. How dare you mistreat Qi Shaoze?”

Huo Sicheng glared at Gu Qingcheng, his eyes ablaze with fury. His fists clenched so hard that his knuckles paled. His grip was so tight that his wounds reopened, and blood seeped through his clothing, staining the pristine floor.

“As expected, you yearn for Qi Shaoze even more.”

“Yes, I do yearn for him a bit more.” Gu Qingcheng retorted. “Why do you care?”

Veins pulsated on Huo Sicheng’s forehead, his chest aching to the point where his breaths were strained.

Indeed, what could he do?

She and Qi Shaoze had openly displayed their affection on social media, and it was he who had taken her from Qi Shaoze.

He remained silent and walked away.

Chu Yu felt powerless. Qi Shaoze had indeed succeeded in sowing discord.

He observed the restraint in Huo Sicheng’s eyes.

For the first time, he hoped that President Huo would restrain himself. Allowing President Huo to confront Qi Shaoze then and there would have unimaginable consequences.

He wanted to say something to Gu Qingcheng but eventually trailed after Mr.


Gu Qingcheng anticipated a scolding from Huo Sicheng for defending Qi Shaoze.

Contrarily, he didn’t reproach her and merely left.

Her heart suddenly felt constricted.

Qi Shaoze watched Huo Sicheng depart, his narrowed eyes reflecting a sense of triumph.

Approaching Gu Qingcheng, he assumed a remorseful and anxious expression.

“I’m sorry, I didn’t anticipate this outcome.”

Gu Qingcheng’s expression grew complicated, yet she remained silent.

“Don’t be angry.” Qi Shaoze consoled her, his tone gentle. “When Huo Sicheng arrived, I informed him that you were occupied in the study and asked not to be disturbed. Blame me. This is entirely my fault. If you want to berate anyone, berate me.”

Sighing, he continued to blame himself. “Had I not intercepted him earlier, he might have encountered you.” My queen, I genuinely hoped to prevent any discord between you two.”

“This isn’t your fault.” She affirmed. “It’s his fault for intruding without invitation.” Her irritation was palpable.

Seeing that Gu Qingcheng wasn’t directing her anger at him, Qi Shaoze hastened to appease her. “Are you hungry? There are customized dishes in the fridge. Let me reheat them for us. Shall we eat?”


In the kitchen, Gu Qingcheng perched at the dining table, sipping on the juice Qi Shaoze had poured.

Qi Shaoze busied himself with warming the dishes, his brow furrowing upon noticing Gu Qingcheng’s distant expression.

“Lost in thought?” He inquired, moving closer. “Miss me?”

Qi Shaoze heaved a sigh. “If you don’t miss me, then whom do you miss?”

“Why does it matter to you whom I miss? So many questions.” She shot him a cold look, her tone icy. “You stopped Huo Sicheng from finding me in the study, and you’ve been in the living room for a while now.”

Qi Shaoze’s grip tightened. It was evident that Gu Qingcheng’s mind was preoccupied with Huo Sicheng.

“I didn’t keep track of time, so I didn’t know when he would arrive.” Gu Qingcheng said no more on the matter.

After heating the dishes, Qi Shaoze uncorked a bottle of red wine.

He placed a glass on the table before Gu Qingcheng. “Care for some?”

“What? Afraid I’ll take advantage of you when you’re inebriated?” Qi Shaoze teased, his tone carrying a hint of meaning. “A sip for Huo Sicheng, it might alleviate your mood.”

“Why would I be concerned about Huo Sicheng?” Gu Qingcheng’s retort was sharp. “I’m not in a sour mood for him! I’m actually in a good mood.” Qi Shaoze’s grin deepened. “Since you’re in a good mood, let’s raise a glass.” Snatching the glass from his hand, Gu Qingcheng gulped its contents.

“Let’s eat.”

“Of course.” Qi Shaoze refilled Gu Qingcheng’s glass and commented, “Your tolerance for alcohol isn’t great.”

Gu Qingcheng set the bottle aside. “Quit it! I won’t get drunk!”

Qi Shaoze sat beside her, watching her imbibe without touching her meal.

Soon, the effects of alcohol overwhelmed Gu Qingcheng.

“I can’t eat.”

She dropped her chopsticks and attempted to leave the dining area, her unsteady gait a testament to her inebriation.

“Be careful.” Qi Shaoze hurriedly reached out to steady Gu Qingcheng by the waist. “You’re drunk.”

“Don’t touch me.” Gu Qingcheng swatted his hand away, her words slurred. “I’m not drunk! I won’t get drunk!”

Qi Shaoze’s eyes sparkled. “Qingcheng…

Ignoring Qi Shaoze, Gu Qingcheng stumbled towards the living room.

Her head spun, and her eyelids drooped, threatening to send her into slumber on the floor.

However, her heart throbbed painfully, and the more inebriated she became, the more she fixated on Huo Sicheng.

As she entered the living room, the bright lights illuminated a crimson puddle on the floor, catching her attention. She froze.

If her memory served right, Huo Sicheng had been standing right there, observing her.



It was blood.

The sight of the blood gripped her heart in terror.

“Qi Shaoze!” Her speech was slurred as she called out, her words stumbling over each other. “Qi Shaoze, where are you? Hurry! Hurry!”

“I’m here..” Qi Shaoze had followed Gu Qingcheng, his voice gentle as he inquired, “What’s the matter? Why the urgency?”

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