Villainess Wants To Turn Over A New Leaf Chapter 3

Edited By Nyx

Little girl was the fifth princess of the Dalin Dynasty, but she had seen her father only a handful of times.


In other words, she and her mother were not favored. 


Yesterday, she was flying a kite outside. The kite broke and fell on the Linxing Pavilion. When the little girl went to pick up the kite, she met the third princess Lin Xi.


Lin Xi actually didn’t like her tattered kite, but she liked to bully her. When the two were fighting for the kite, the little girl was pushed into the water by Lin Xi. After being rescued, she had been in a coma and persistent fever.


Then, it was Lin Feilu who woke up again.


As a Master degree’s top student, she tried to recall the Dalin Dynasty but only to no avail. She realised that the Dalin Dynasty might have not been found by modern people yet.


Although this place didn’t look good, thinking back to the car accident she had just experienced and then looking at her intact limbs, Lin Feilu felt that she still got a bargain.


The figure of the little girl in her head gradually blurred.


Lin Feilu said to the little girl in her heart, “I am someone who knows to differentiate between gratitude and grudges. I never take advantage of others in vain. Since I will be living in your body, I will surely avenge you.”


It seemed that this was the opportunity given to her by God to turn over a new leaf and make a fresh start.


Since she had promised that she would take revenge, she would definitely do it. However, revenge was a dish best served cold so she was not in a hurry. She had to figure out her current situation first. She had seen a lot of historical drama. Palace harem was described as dangerous in most of them. She had to be extremely careful.


The sky was getting bright outside the courtyard. Noble Lady Lan was finally relieved to find that Lin Feilu’s fever was gone. She immediately went out and ordered the maidservant to make porridge. Lin Feilu was lying on the bed thinking about a new life. The door creaked as it was pushed open and a small figure came over.


(T/N: If some concubines lose the Emperor’s favor, they are called “Noble Lady”.)


He went to the edge of the bed, crouched down and called out, “Younger sister, younger sister.”


Lin Feilu turned her head and saw a handsome little boy tilting his head and laughing stupidly at her.


It was her silly brother Lin Zhanyuan.


Lin Zhanyuan was the sixth prince among the princes. Although he was the sixth prince in name, the truth could be seen from the fact that even the eunuchs dared to call him a fool in private. He was an abandoned prince.


The fact that the Emperor didn’t like Noble Lady Lan was also related to this.


As an emperor, having a foolish son was simply a stain in his life.


Lin Zhanyuan’s intelligence probably stayed at the age of three or four. He could only say some short words. Seeing Lin Feilu wake up, he was so happy that he patted her head, “Sister is good. Sister doesn’t hurt.”


Lin Feilu felt that he was weird but also cute.


She grew up in a family where she had never been loved and no one had taught her how to love. She had developed an extremely egoistic temperament. In fact, her heart was apathetic and it was very difficult for her to empathize with someone. She could only have some patience and sincerity for beautiful children.


She smiled and said to him, “I don’t hurt.”


Lin Zhanyuan seemed to have understood it and was happier. He laughed so much that his saliva flowed out. He took out a handful of greasy and crooked sweetmeat from his sleeves and stretched it out in front of her like a treasure, “Eat, sister… delicious!”


They should have been hidden by him. The sweetmeats were all glued together and looked dirty. Lin Feilu was very picky. Of course, she won’t eat them so she coaxed him, “Sister doesn’t eat. It’s all brother’s.”


This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Rachel Kim

    Thank you for updating!!!!

  2. Feather Qwill

    Looks interesting, thanks for translating! But I’m pretty sure “Noble Lady” is a specific rank, rather than a sign of disfavour… Logically, it could be either a promotion or a demotion, so in this case, if she originally had a higher rank, she could have been demoted to Noble Lady as a result of losing favour, but that’s not the same thing as the rank itself indicating disfavour generally. 🙂

    1. Fleeting Cloud

      We know that but doing so would complicate terms for readers so we decided to go with this for now.

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