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C-novel Introduction : The Wolf Husband and Green Plum Wife (狼竹马与青梅妻)

Lang and Qing

Happy Christmas ^-^
wish all the best and good fortune
More happiness and laughter

Tittle                : The Wolf Husband and The Green Plum Wife

                            (狼竹马与青梅妻)

Author             : Su Zi Qi (苏紫七)

Status               : Complete

Resources        : Chinese

 

The title of this novel actually come from the well-known Chinese idiom 青 Qing 梅 Mei 竹 Zhu 马 ma (Green plums and hobby-horse), the innocent children’s game or Childhood sweetheart. Since the Author titled the novel as 狼 Lang 竹 Zhu 马 ma 与 yu 青 Qing 梅 Mei 妻 Qi so I translate it as The Wolf Husband and The Green Plum Wife.

Synopsis:

An Jia Qi said : The most unfortunately things that happen in her life is knowing Su Zhan Mo, because he is more harder to please compare to her biological dad.

An Jia Qi said : The most luckiest things that  happen in her life is knowing Su Zhan Mo, because whenever during the parent – teacher conference, her biological father does not need to participate.

An Jia Qi said : The happiest things that happen in her life is knowing Su Zhan M0, because after get married she does not need to go for working, only staying at home to be rice worm (having leisurely life)

but…

“Su Zhan Mo, are you eating valuable kidney growing up? three years born two babies, do you think that I am mother pig?”


Azurro said:
This is another sweet and fluffy light Chinese novel about the female lead (An Jia Qi) and the male lead (Su Zhan Mo). The story start from An Jia Qi who still in her mom’s womb. Su Zhan Mo has waited her for months until she born into the world. That time, Su Zhan Mo only three years little boy but he has already determined to make An Jia Qi to be his future bride and wife.

This novel will be starting to be translated after we done with Husband is great black belly, beginning of  year 2016.

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