Picked Up Feast of Flowers 繁花盛宴 by 月下蝶影 Yue Xia Die Ying

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  1. Vico

    Vico Well-Known Member

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    Name : Feast of Flowers 繁花盛宴
    Raw Link: https://www.shubaow.net/2_2325/
    Why It Should Get Picked Up:

    IT'S A YUE XIA DIE YING NOVEL !! ISN'T THAT A REASON ITSELF !

    Description :
    Every girl is unique in the world.

    Whether she is rich or poor, whether she is from the countryside or the bustling city.

    Hua Jin never feared being mocked or ridiculed, but what scares her is not be able to control her own destiny.

    Not only can she embroider strings, but she can also embroider the strings of her own life.

    It is said that Pei Yan, apart from being rich and having a good looking face, has no inner qualities and even the woman he likes is not presentable.

    Pei Yan sneered and said: “It is just that your house flooring is too high for me to reach (an idiom meaning eminent and unapproachable). My house flooring is different. If she is willing to lift her feet two inches, my house flooring will rise one inch higher. If she doesn’t want to lift her feet, my house flooring will lie on the ground.”

    This is probably a story of a pretty on the outside but spicy inside chili pepper and an aristocrat.
     
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    I don't know that author, what did they write? What are they good at, character development, scene description?
     
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