Feng Qingtian leaned toward her neck and tried to bite it, and Gu Bailu simply kicked his crotch.
Feng Qingtian stiffened for a moment, but didn’t stop.
Gu Bailu kicked him again.
It would be best if Nan Ningxin couldn’t enjoy it for the rest of her life.
A giant hand grabbed her ankle and took off her shoe.
Feeling the warmth, Gu Bailu realized that her foot was cold.
Feng Qingtian released her and looked at her foot. “Why is it so cold?”
Gu Bailu noticed that a certain part below his belly button was rising.
She kicked really hard. Why didn’t it break?
This wasn’t a fair deal.
“I’m asking you why it’s so cold!” Feng Qingtian’s hand was huge enough to engulf her foot.
Not liking the feeling, Gu Bailu pulled her foot out of his grip. “It’s cold because I was in the storm. Let go of me.”
Outside, Miyasi was worried. His master had taught him not to be reckless.
The human girl was still the man’s partner right now. He had no right to barge in.
However, Miyasi felt horrible when he thought about how Gu Bailu was being treated.
That was his partner.
Without considering it too much, Miyasi kicked open the cabin door.
The first thing he saw was Gu Bailu’s tiny foot, which was soon blocked by tough muscles.
“Get lost. Don’t make me repeat myself.” Feng Qingtian’s eyes were cold when he saw Miyasi’s amazement at Gu Bailu’s foot.
After everything was over, he had to cut the guy’s eyes out.
At that moment, Qin Shou ran in, completely wet. “My lord, the boat is damaged. Water is coming in.”
Gu Bailu gasped. Was she really going to die here?
She hurried to clutch Feng Qingtian’s arm. “Prince Zi, think of a way to get us out of here. The boat is sinking.”
Feng Qingtian frowned at Gu Bailu. “Nobody is going to die until my problem is figured out.”
He put on his robe and left the cabin.
Miyasi looked at Gu Bailu, and in particular, her tiny foot.
He never knew that feet could be so cute and beautiful.
He was excited that the feet would be his in the future.
Miyasi’s purple eyes glittered.
Gu Bailu kicked him. “Go and help him!”
She almost forgot that Miyasi was still a beast, however graceful he might look.
Miyasi smiled brilliantly after he was kicked by that foot. “Alright, I’ll be on my way.”
Gu Bailu rolled her eyes. She went out to check the situation.
The stern had been split in half by lightning.
Even if they could survive the storm, it would be impossible to continue their journey.
With no time to bother with the storm, she checked the bottom of the boat; water was indeed coming in.
The boat had waterproof compartments.
But one of the compartments had been compromised.
The compartment was full of weapons, including shields, spears and gunpowder.
She had to move the cargo out as quickly as possible.
After about an hour, when everything was cleared out, she finally returned to the deck.