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Caught in my Own Trap (作茧自缚) : Epilogue 3, Part 23

Happy Monday! I hope that everyone had a wonderful weekend. I had a well spent weekend. Had Indonesian friends visiting, so well spend quality time catching up with them. And of course the enjoyable part of preparing the scheduled post for this week. 

Zhong Lian Chen and Cheng Shao Rong is back today although we will read more about Zhong Lian Chen. So, what happen next? Something pretty exciting ahead of us today…. so enjoy the read! 

And have a fantastic week ahead!

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Epilogue 3.23: Special Accidental Episode

Because of a little jealousy, she decided not to marry Cheng Shao Rong. She forgot that the former girlfriend and the one before is really nothing of a big deal. To put it bluntly, she felt guilty to have been the 3rd party, destructing their relationship.

Although the external behavior of Zhong Lian Chen is very childlike, but in her heart, she is just like a virgin.

Moreover, a few days ago, she met Jiang Wei, so they ate together.

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She persuaded Jiang Wei about fate. And do not casually abandoned the almost a decade of love. She repeatedly stressed that she and Cheng Shao Rong’s marriage is purely the arrangement of family. They are definitely not voluntary. Their feelings are very pure.

Sigh. God forgive her good motives. Moreover, she really did not lie. This marriage is indeed the arrangement of the elderly originally. She said she and Cheng Shao Rong really do not have any ‘feelings’ isn’t it? In particular, she stressed the ‘emotional purity’. She really did not say anything else.

Jiang Wei said, in fact, she and Cheng Shao Rong was close to breaking up four years ago. Just because they did not had the heart, and procrastinated, hence never entirely broke off.

Jiang Wei explained, Cheng Shao Rong is an emotional defects yet outstanding young person. Those years they were together, they were not much of a couple. It is more appropriate to say that they were good friends of opposite sex. He does not understand love, only understand the responsibilities and obligations. And she never was successful to gain a spot in his heart.

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Finally, Jiang Wei stressed that it is rare to have a lifetime relationship like Cheng Shao Rong and Zhong Lian Chen. So she must take advantage of this to save a good yet exhausting young man.

Zhong Lian Chen and Jiang Wei went their separate way. She recalled Jiang Wei’s words on the road. She suddenly realized that Cheng Shao Rong is pitiful.

This is clearly a hope that the parents have to continuously improve and self-cultivate that eventually become obsessed with ultimate flawed personality of a talented young man case.

Zhong Lian Chen shed a few drop of tears and felt that instead of letting Cheng Shao Rong go with his high-quality appearance to deceive other women, it is better to just let her be the one that needs to endure this.

She intended to wait for Cheng Shao Rong to bring up marriage again before promising him.

But this Cheng Shao Rong, every day revolving around her telling her major principle. But never mentioned the sentence ‘When will you re-marry me?’, really hateful!

Don’t expect her to be the one to say ‘I want to marry you?’ Dream on!

In the end, it is Zhong Lian Chen that brought up the sentence.

She still continue to live a day at a time. In her daze, she stroll around. Checking emails, going online…living her life in a free and easy way. Then suddenly there is a place in China where earth-shattering event occurred. That resulted in tens of thousands of people whom were killed and millions lost their home.

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When she recovered from the shock, she realized that Cheng Shao Rong have not wrote to her on time. And the 2nd day also the same.

Although he did not to disclose his whereabouts, she already guessed where he went.

Zhong Lian Chen did not want to recall the suffering that she went through during that time.

She returned to her parents’ place and watched television daily while sobbing. And when she went online, she quarreled with her online friends.

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Three days later, Cheng Shao Rong finally gave her a call. The signal is not good, the line could cut off anytime. He said: “Are you okay? Stay at home quietly and don’t go out running anymore.”

Zhong Lian Chen started crying and said: “You must come back alive. You will come back alive and marry me. Or else you wait and see….”

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