Shen Huai woke up from the coma in the evening and was transferred to a single ward. The room was very quiet, only the equipment occasionally made a “tick” sound.

Ye Cang fell asleep beside his hospital bed. Because he was in the room he took off all of his camouflage. The moonlight outside the window shined in, and one could see that his hair was messy and his eyebrows were tightly wrinkled.

Shen Huai’s memory only lasted until the moment he left the elevator. After that, he passed out. He pressed his forehead and felt this kind of pain that went deep into the bone marrow, which still made him feel a lingering fear.

Ye Cang, who was worried about Shen Huai, slept shallowly. He was awakened by his movement, found out that Shen Huai was awake and suddenly stood up in surprise. Unexpectedly, his knee hit the edge of the bed, making a “dong” sound, which made his face twist in pain.

Shen Huai felt both heartache and amusement. He asked him to sit down. “Does it hurt?”

Ye Cang rubbed his knee, baring his teeth in pain, but he clenched his teeth and refused to admit it. “It doesn’t hurt.”

Shen Huai didn’t expose him. He moved to the side and patted the other half of the bed. “Come up and sleep.”

The hospital bed was not very big. It was really hard for two big men to squeeze in together, but for them, it represented peace of mind for the rest of their lives.

The two men leaned sideways and hugged each other.

No one spoke for a while.

After a long time, Shen Huai thought of asking what happened after he fainted.

Ye Cang didn’t hide it from him. He told him about the dark shadows in the corridor after he fainted, and about Pei Ran and the Yin Yang Eyes.

It took Shen Huai a while to digest all this information. It turned out that the dark shadows were not a hallucination. However, Ye Cang’s words reminded him of something.

Shen Huai remembered that when he was a child, his parents didn’t allow him to go out to play. There were all kinds of talismans hanging around the house, making it look very depressing.

Shen Huai was also very naughty when he was a child. He tried to sneak out several times. Every time he was caught, his parents would be very angry. Then they would start quarrelịng. Sometimes they quarreled badly, and his mother would secretly hide in her room and cry.

Shen Huai hid behind the door and saw all this. After that, he no longer thought of sneaking out, but stayed at home obediently, reading and studying. Until one day, he couldn’t stand it any longer, so he got rid of the babysitter and the bodyguard, ran out of the villa, and went to the amusement park that he had been thinking about.

Shen Huai had a good time that day, but he was attacked by a strange shadow on his way back. At the critical moment, he was saved by a monk.

Later, his parents held the frightened Shen Huai in their arms. He heard from his mother that this was the master that his father had found to rescue him.

At that time, Shen Huai was still young and didn’t understand why his mother held him crying and laughing as if she had shaken off all the burdens on her mind.

All he remembered was that the monk invited everyone out of the room, spoke to him kindly, then wrote something between his eyebrows with his finger, and then Shen Huai fainted, and when he woke up again, the memory had disappeared.

After that day, all the charms at home were removed, and Shen Huai was finally able to go out to school.

His parents just told him that he had been kidnapped before and he believed it.

When he fainted in front of the elevator and the seal was completely undone, this memory also came back.

Shen Huai was still immersed in his thoughts. Although at the moment he first saw Lu Yang’s ghost, his scientific world view was shuttered, he didn’t expect that he would also be the protagonist of a mysterious story.

The room was so quiet that the sound of breathing could be heard.

Ye Cang fought a battle in his own heart and hesitated for a long time before he spoke of what had happened in his former house.

He had never told Shen Huai about it. At first, he was worried that Shen Huai would be wary of him. Later, when they fell in love, he didn’t know how to open his mouth.

This time, it was too late for him to repent, and he made up his mind not to hide anything from Shen Huai.

After hearing it, Shen Huai was stunned for a moment, but when he saw Ye Cang’s remorseful expression he raised his hand and covered Ye Cang’s face. “In fact, I am also in the wrong. At that time, I already had several symptoms, but I didn’t tell you anything about them or Yin Jingyi. Compared with that, I was wrong one time more, so let’s call it even, okay?”

Ye Cang: “But it’s different…”

“What’s different?”

Shen Huai wasn’t wearing glasses and his eyes were like quiet spring water under the moonlight, as gentle as his voice. “You are worried that you nearly took my body at the beginning, but I only feel grateful. If it wasn’t for you, maybe I would have died. Besides, it’s destiny’s work that let me meet you.”

Ye Cang’s whole heart became sour and soft because of his words. At this moment, he just wanted to hold his lover tightly in his arms, and no longer let anyone see him so lovely.

The two exchanged a kiss. Shen Huai’s eyes were still watery. His remaining reason reminded him that he was still in the hospital, so he had to push away the breathless Ye Cang.

After the breathing of the two calmed down, Shen Huai told Ye Cang about his memory, and then asked, “You talked about Pei Ran, what was this all about?”

Ye Cang thought of the scene at that time, and his face became a little gloomy. “He sacrificed himself to seal Yin Jingyi Yin Yang Eyes.”

Even though Shen Huai had never seen a Pei Ran movie, his name was like a thunder. Pei Ran had saved the Hong Kong film and television industry and the whole Hong Kong economy. Not only Hong Kong, but also the whole Chinese film and television industry was deeply influenced by him.

In fact, it was because of Pei Ran, that Yi Mian decided to join the movie circle and set up Yihang Studio.

Shen Huai couldn’t help but feel sorry that such a person would die in such an accident, but thinking about it, this was indeed something Pei Ran would do.

Shen Huai sighed with mixed feelings.

Ye Cang suddenly thought of something and said hurriedly, “Pei Ran said, he sealed your Yin Yang Eyes only temporarily, and that you need to find someone else to seal them for you again. Can you still find the monk you were talking about?”

Shen Huai shook his head. If his parents were still alive, he might still be able to find the other person. But he had no clue at this moment and could only find a way slowly.

It was just that Yin Yang Eyes were like a regular bomb. Next time, he may not be so lucky to meet another Pei Ran.

Ye Cang was very worried, but he suddenly remembered something. “Do you still remember that Fenghua Temple? That fortune-teller?”

As soon as he said this, Shen Huai remembered that when they went on a trip to Songjing Town near Dongjiang City, they heard that there was a very old Taoist temple called Fenghua Temple. They went there out of curiosity and met a fortune teller in the Taoist temple.

Although the Taoist priest looked unreliable, his fortune-telling was accurate. Later, he gave Shen Huai a talisman. Although the talisman didn’t play a big role in the end, at least, it had warned Shen Huai.

Coming to think of it now, the Taoist priest still had two brushes. Maybe he could seal it for him.

Ye Cang got more and more excited  “Isn’t that little girl named Yin Jingyi also sealed? She is from Dongjiang City. Maybe it was that Taoist who sealed her?” 

It was not unreasonable for him to say so. Yin Jingyi’s parents were ordinary people. They may not have been able to seal her like Shen Huai’s parents did, who had so much resources and money to spend. The most likely case was that there were already talented people in Dongjiang who could seal Yin Yang Eyes.

And Fenghua Temple was indeed the most likely choice.

In this way, both of them couldn’t help but raise some hope. When Shen Huai recovered, they would go to Fenghua Mountain’s temple. Whether it worked or not, it was an opportunity.

 

 

Shen Huai was in a good physical condition and in addition to his young age, he recovered quickly. The doctor examined him again, but he still couldn’t find any problems. Shen Huai was in good health, so he had to be discharged from the hospital.

Shen Huai especially went to Yin Jingyi ward to investigate. Her parents knew nothing about the so-called Yin Yang Eyes. They almost regarded them as evil cults and wanted to call the police to arrest them.

Shen Huai could see that Yin Jingyi’s parents really didn’t know what happened to her. After Pei Ran completely sealed her Yin Yang Eyes, she had also lost her memory.

This road was completely blocked, so they could only go to Fenghua Temple to have a look.

Shen Huai asked his subordinates to go back first, but Ye Cang refused to leave him. He pushed back all his work and decided to accompany Shen Huai to settle things before going back.

Shen Huai couldn’t prevail. Fortunately, Ye Cang didn’t have too much work scheduled besides “National Idol” recently, so he had no choice but to let him accompany him.

Only Ming Wei looked at Ye Cang’s empty work schedule, and remembered that Shen Huai had called her in the morning, saying that he won’t come to the company for a while and asked her to take charge of the daily affairs. She vaguely guessed a certain possibility, revealing a lonely smile of “everyone is drunk and I woke up alone”.

Ah, the feeling that you were the only one who knows the truth was really too painful!

Shen Huai sat on the hospital bed and helplessly watched Ye Cang pack up his things. Originally, he intended to do it himself, but Ye Cang said that he was not in good health, so he was not allowed to work, and did it all by himself.

But he really wasn’t made for this. He just folded his clothes in a mess and stuffed them in the suitcase without even classifying them! Shen Huai didn’t think he was obsessive-compulsive, so he could only watch it till the end. Yet, in the end, he just said, “I will do it!”

But Ye Cang didn’t let him. “I said before, I am here and I will do it. Just sit down and have a good rest!”

The two men were arguing when suddenly someone knocked on the door.

Shen Huai’s hospitalization was very sudden, and there was no one who knew he was here. They looked at each other afraid that Ye Cang had accidentally revealed his identity and had been seen by his fans.

So Shen Huai could only let Ye Cang hide in the bathroom and then open the door himself.

As soon as Shen Huai opened the door, he saw a very beautiful young man standing at the door. Even if he had seen a lot of pretty faces in the entertainment industry, he was still amazed.

The other side glanced across the ward, smiled with an unknown meaning, and then said, “Can you invite me in for a talk?”

His attitude was very indifferent, like he took it for granted, but without being annoying.

Looking at the hospital gown he was wearing, Shen Huai was surprised that the teenager behaved much more mature than his appearance would suggest. He was rational and calm and didn’t seem to have come here to chase stars.

Although he was not clear about his purpose, it seemed that the other side held no malice towards him.

With this in mind, Shen Huai stepped back and invited him in the room.

This kind of single ward had good conditions. In addition to a separate bathroom, there was also a set of simple sofas. Currently, the door to the bathroom was closed, and there was some messy baggage on the bed.

Pei Ran’s eyes skimmed over the baggage.

He didn’t say anything, but Shen Huai felt a little embarrassed for some reason. He coughed softly, “Hello, who are you?”

Pei Ran did not answer, but fixed his eyes on the bathroom door and chuckled. “Ye Cang, don’t hide.”

Shen Huai was frightened, but his body unconsciously stood in front of the bathroom door.

He only heard a “squeak”, when Ye Cang opened the bathroom door and came out.

Pei Ran seemed to be very satisfied and calmly sat down on the sofa, gazing at the opposite side. “You also sit.”

He was clearly the guest, but this behavior of a host was very natural and completely unreadable.

Ye Cang and Shen Huai looked at each other. He really didn’t look like a star chaser. They sat opposite him following his instructions, waiting to see what he would do.

He waited until they sat down.

Pei Ran smiled and said, “Let me introduce myself. I’m Pei Ran.”


Edited by : LuLu

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