Forgotten Legend of the Bloodied Flower

“Live the life you want this time.” A peerless assassin, codename: Hua, has already started her career ever since she was a child. Her mission’s record was perfect and whoever deemed to be her enemies would end up dead without knowing why. When war ended, she was sent to an institution where she was watched heavily. The doctor in charge gave her an ordinary wuxia novel to read. An avalanche struck after she had finished reading. When she woke up, she had turned into Nan Hua, the young miss of a powerful military family in the novel she read. The girl was also the former main character’s fiancée, who would die because of obstructing the main character’s love. Now that she had taken over, who would dare to act so presumptuously around her? They would never know how they ended up so miserably! But… main character, what are you doing loitering around her? Shouldn’t you focus on the impeding war and saving your female lead? Why are you trying all ways to win her instead, ah? ... Story set in fictional world with similar culture to Ancient China. Join the discord to chat with the author and other readers: https://discord.gg/pBy2wGB ... P.S: This story is published in Amazon too, if you do read there, kindly leave a review please. Thank you ^^ ... Sequel: Astral Flower [on going] ... Other novels: -Flowers Bloom from Battlefield [complete] - Under the Veil of Night [complete] - 7 Path of the Lilies [on long hiatus] - 1 Year of Beginning [complete] - Villain Lady [complete] - Science and Fantasy [complete] - 2 Years of Restarting [complete] - The Quiet Empress [on going] - The Villain's Little Cat [on going] ... Follow me on IG: @sora100518

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Long Qian Xing’s Thoughts

He was faintly recalling his first meeting with Nan Hua. The young girl looked weak, pale, and sickly. Being called by his older sister to Long Family Residence, she was instead schemed and poisoned.

At that time, he didn't care for Nan Hua and didn't have much thoughts about her. For him, she was just an unfamiliar fiancée that was tied to him by his family members without bothering to ask about his opinion.

She looked so small, weak, and fragile.

After that meeting, they met again in the small banquet and the stupid girl was fooled and nearly fell.

At that time, he only thought that she was so stupid.

How could she listen to the words of others so easily and be easily coaxed by them? If not because he was there, would she be embarrassed and laughed at by others? He felt that girls were nothing more than troubles.

Again and again, his impression of Nan Hua was nothing more than the protected young lady of Nan Family.