The Number One Star in the Interstellar Era

He just became the newly-crowned movie emperor when he died a tragic (actually, very stupid) death. On his way to cross the NaiHe bridge, he managed to evade Meng Po and not drink her soup. Thus keeping the memories of the life that he just had. But he would never have imagined that he would be reincarnated hundreds of thousands of years later. In the Interstellar era! If it happened to other guys, they would definitely want to be a mecha warrior. Don't most men dream of that at least once in their life? But sadly, that's not for him. There's only one goal in his mind - to be the number one star in the Interstellar era. With the knowledge and skills he got from his past life, he would definitely achieve it. But who was this annoying person who kept on pestering him? A certain prince smiled in a scary and crazy way: Cook food for me or else die. = a few months later = A certain prince leaned over and moved his face closer: I don't need food, I could just eat you. A bad tempered yandere gong X a reincarnated movie emperor shou *NaiHe bridge - a bridge that souls crossed to enter reincarnation **Meng Po - the lady on the Naihe bridge who gives out soup that lets the souls forget their memories, thus entering the cycle of reincarnation in a clean slate. Twitter: @tyramisu_wn IG: @tyramisu_novels

Tyramisu · LGBT+
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610 Chs


ASTRID smiled helplessly. "So, you waited until we leave the restaurant? What if I decided to go back with my friends?"

Wulfric shrugged as he started the car. "It didn't matter. At least if I saw you leave with your friends, I know that you would safely go back home."

With one of Aster's friends being the favorite son of Viscount Campbell, there's no way their security would be lacking. But he still stayed outside and waited just in case Aster didn't go back with them. And it seemed that his decision was correct.

But what our sometimes clueless prince didn't know was Astrid purposely didn't leave with Snow and Kiran because he had a feeling that he might be waiting for him. And Astrid was indeed correct.