The Villain Setting Collapse - Chapter 1
There was a cool breeze on the top of the mountain, Su Shu shrank and continued to hold the telescope on the tripod to observe astrology.
Behind her, the sound of steady footsteps came.
She turned her head slowly and when she saw the person coming, her mouth curled up, “A Yan, you are finally here.”
Under the starlight, the silhouette of a tall man could be vaguely seen, his face was smooth and his nose bridge was high.
The man looked at her coldly and didn’t speak.
Su Shu wasn’t annoyed by the man’s indifferent attitude as usual, “A Yan, don’t worry, I’ll keep my promise. You came to watch the stars with me tonight, so I will never pester you again. “
She said that as she looked up at the seven planets that almost became a straight line.
She could finally go home.
Su Shu was an astronomy enthusiast. Three years ago, she was watching the rare seven-star Lianzhu that only occurs every century. In a blink of an eye, she transmigrated into a novel she had read before, and became the one with the same name as hers, the villain.
The original owner, the villain, looked beautiful and had a prominent family background, but it was a pity that the rich second generation wasn’t satisfied, she had to be that vicious female partner who was ruined in the end.
Su Shu had the money and good looks, so she decided to ignore the male lead. But a system suddenly popped up in her mind, and told her that what happened was a mistake.
Within three years, as long as she didn’t change the plot, she would be sent back to the original world.
And now, three years had passed, and she would soon return to the original world.
Just before leaving, Su Shu looked at the man in front of her, the hero of the book, who had been cold to her for so long, and felt sorry for him.
“What do you want to do?” The man squeezed his eyebrows, his indifferent voice was obviously mixed with a hint of impatience.
“I don’t want to do anything. I figured out that since you hate me so much, I won’t bother you anymore. It’s just that we have known each other for so long. Before we part, I have a few words to tell you. Come here.”
The corner of Su Shu’s mouth curved. She had the kind of smile that girls all envy, but now when curved it added a touch of cuteness and charm.
The man seemed to be used to her saying that, so he stayed in his place, motionless.
Su Shu’s chest became tight.
For three years, she had been so humble, but he was never willing to come over and listen to her words.
Forget it, if he couldn’t come, she would go to him.
She walked two steps forward and reached him.
Gu Siyan was very tall, half a head taller than her, and had a faint mint scent on his body, which smelled very good.
She stood on tiptoe, only enough to reach his ears. Although she didn’t look full of momentum, it didn’t matter, as long as she could achieve her purpose.
“Gu Siyan, I have had words in my heart that I have always wanted to say, but unfortunately I didn’t have a chance. Today, I can finally tell you.”
When Gu Siyan heard what she said, his body was obviously stiff. It was the first time he heard her speak to him in this tone, and there was a slight strangeness in his heart.
Su Shu’s pretty voice suddenly became cold, “Whenever I saw your paralyzed face, I wanted to beat you!”
Saying that, she punched him fiercely.
Su Shu: I’ve been doing low service for so long, and I have to take a breath before leaving.
After beating the man, she closed her eyes and waited to return to the original world.
It was just that she hadn’t waited to go back, but waited for the handsome man to shout, “Su Shu!”
Su Shu looked at the other party, gritting his teeth, as if he wanted to beat her in the next second, and her little heart trembled.
Why hadn’t she gone back?
Was the time estimated wrong?
Just a few minutes away?
She ignored Gu Siyan and ran directly to the telescope.
Holding the telescope in her hand, she carefully observed the seven planets. It was obvious that they had just formed a line, and now they were continuing to move toward their original trajectory, deviating from the straight line.
Why hadn’t she gone back yet?