Never Dare to Abuse the Female Protagonist Again – Chapter 20

Translated by Novice Translations

Proofread by Fries at 2am

Executive Summary: Enjoy the meal, this is the second chapter of the double release…

Chapter 20

  At about midnight, Mu Suo glanced at Shi Luo who had fallen asleep on the bed, then quietly left the bedroom.

  Because it was a one-bedroom apartment, there is only one bed.

  Shi Luo wasn’t repulsed by Mu Suo and Mu Suo couldn’t wait to take the opportunity for them to sleep together. So up to now, they still share one bed.

  Mu Suo walked into the bathroom.

  She opened her right hand, “Come out.”

  A plump bloody red bone flower appeared, it shook its round head, then turned towards Mu Suo.

  The flower opened its bud.

  ”What did you see today?” Mu Suo asked.

  The petals on the flowers head began to shake, gradually becoming faster and faster, no sounds came out.

  ”I see, what else?” Mu Suo listened blankly and continued to ask.

  Suddenly it became gloomy, it lowered its head and the petals hung low.

  Mu Suo frowned. “What’s the matter?”

  The original red color of the flower became more vivid. Mu Suo knew that the bone flower was angry.

  ”…” Mu Suo didn’t speak, just looked at the palm of her hand.

  After a while, it couldn’t stand it anymore and the flower began to move again.

  This time, the expression on Mu Suo’s face began to darken.

  After the flower bud expressed itself, it shrank, trying to minimize its sense of existence in front of its master who seemed to have been covered in darkness.  

  ”…” Mu Suo suddenly clenched her right hand, then walked out the bathroom expressionlessly.

  In the bedroom, Shi Luo still slept peacefully.

  Mu Suo bent over and looked at Shi Luo’s peaceful sleeping face. Her heart was filled with sadness and her nose soured. She finally found such a person who was willing to treat her well. It wasn’t easy…

  If there is an angel in the world, then she must look like this person in front of her with her always gentle eyes. She seemed easy to approach, but so far, she has only genuinely got closer to her. Even though she obviously was humble…

  Something warm from Mu Suo’s eyes slipped out and landed between Shi Luo’s neck.

  Shi Luo seemed to have felt Mu Suo’s tear and frowned.

  Mu Suo reached out and gently smoothed the sadness that appeared between her brows.

  The flower bud in her palm moved, but Mu Suo fiercely clenched her palm, this idiot! If it wasn’t for the several other usable foreign bodies growing too much… disgusting, not suitable to use, how can she use this stupid thing.

  Mu Suo took a deep look at Shi Luo, then went out.

  It took Mu Suo only a dozen minutes to return to her bedroom.

  Mu Suo stood in front of the door, looked at the blue light used to scan fingerprints, and reached out with her right hand.

  The flower bud came out of her hand, then the blue light turned into a green light and the door opened.

  Mu Suo walked in and an unfamiliar smell came to her face. Mu Suo couldn’t help but frown.

  Mu Suo sat on the sofa. Her nose was full of strange smells coming from the furniture.

  The doorbell outside rang.

  In her right hand, a flower bud with a shrunken head slowly emerged.

  The petals were trembling.

  Mu Suo didn’t give it half a glance.

  The flower bud also knew it made a mistake and drooped down.

  ”Thud thud thud!” There was a knocking sound coming from the door.

  Mu Suo opened the door and glanced blankly at the man in a white coat and mask.

  ”Yes?” Mu Suo’s voice was cold.

  ”Please come with us,” the leader said.

  Mu Suo glanced at the weapon in her opponent’s hand, then looked away and walked in front of the crowd.

  Mu Suo knew at a very young age that she was a monster. This is what that woman would say every time she wanted to kill her.

  Every time she fails, she would cry and repeat this sentence.

  Mu Suo has heard that the fate of a monster is to be dissected. So, she never revealed her strangeness, even if she was bullied by others all the time.

  Mu Suo recalled Shi Luo’s gentle eyes every time she took a step. Only when she looked at her could she have such genuine feelings in her eyes.

  Mu Suo speculated for a moment. At last, she wanted to thank herself that she noticed something was wrong with the flower bud. Otherwise, they would have found her at Shi Luo’s house right now.

  Shi Luo will be fine.

  The flower bud moved in the palm of her hand and Mu Suo gave it a firm squeeze expressionlessly.

  She knows what the flower bud wants to do, but she doesn’t want to do it. This is the Shi family, that is to say, this is Shi Luo’s home. If she did that, she will blatantly be standing against Shi Luo. Mu Suo couldn’t imagine who she would choose if that were to happen. Mu Suo had an answer in her heart, but it wasn’t the one she wanted.

  ”We’re here Miss. Please go in.” The leader had a respectful tone.

  Mu Suo realized something was wrong.

  But Mu Suo still pushed open the door and walked in.

  This was the only way. She couldn’t take Shi Luo because she couldn’t go with her. More importantly, if Shi Luo truly knew what she actually looked like, she would only be afraid! Mu Suo was slightly desperate.

  So, all she can do now is find a cure for herself.

  ”You’re here.” Mu Suo heard a voice coming from deeper inside the room.

  Mu Suo walked in.

  ”You are?” Mu Suo noticed that the plot development was a bit odd. Unexpectedly, the person who was here was actually this kind-hearted looking old man!

  “Good child, you’re not in danger, it’s not bad!” The old man looked at Mu Suo carefully.

  Mu Suo frowned when she heard this. Didn’t the flower bud say that it accidentally touched the experimental device and caused the giant white mouse locked in the lab to run out?

  Because yesterday I was the only person who entered the central lab, so I should be the main suspect. So, how could this happen?

  Mu Suo knew that although there was no actual evidence, the Shi family people won’t be actionless. For the sake of insurance, the Shi family will definitely investigate those inside and outside. Most likely they will discover something and by then there will only be two roads left, one is to escape and the other is to die here.

  But how can this happen?

  ”What are you thinking about?” The old man looked at Mu Suo lovingly and asked.

  ”Can I help you?”

  ”I heard that you were in the central laboratory this afternoon?”

  Mu Suo nodded.

  ”A big event happened there.” The old man thoughtfully looked at Mu Suo, and continued, “The only successful experiment we had was yesterday. The big white rat used for the research died.” The old man’s tone was light; as if he was talking about what to eat at noon today, rather than years of hard work of an entire lab.

  Mu Suo was even more puzzled.

  ”I heard that you are close to Teacher Shi Luo? Are you?” The old man’s expression began to become serious.

  And Mu Suo also began to become vigilant.

  ”Do you want your family? Do you want to be recognized by your ancestors?” When the old man saw that Mu Suo was still silent, he threw out another condition.

  Mu Suo understood. It turned out to be the case.

  “Little family’s doll, why is it so hard to serve you ah?” Although the old man’s tone was joking, his eyes flashed with ruthlessness.

  Although Mu Suo didn’t know what the other party was thinking, Mu Suo could guess the other party suspected that Shi Luo was related to the so-called laboratory incident. Mu Suo thought of the scene in the afternoon when Shi Luo went to the lab to pick her up because she cared about her. Presumably, that scene was also regarded as a reason for suspicion.

  Mu Suo didn’t know the most important thing. The most important thing was that 20 years ago, the top leaders personally witnessed a miracle with their own eyes. So even after Shi Luo was injured, she was checked again and again, all wielding the same results of her blood being normal. But no one believed that there was a mistake made. 

  As soon as this incident happened, it caused a commotion amongst everyone.

  Mu Suo thought about how to get Shi Luo out.

  The old man on the other side was impatient. “It’s fine. It’s fine. Anyway, there are so many people here that it doesn’t matter if you leave. I don’t believe she won’t get exposed as long as I send a man over to be her husband.”

  ”Damn.” When Mu Suo heard those two words, she immediately replied.


Author’s Notes:

The author has a new hairstyle today, and feels so cute!

This Post Has 17 Comments

  1. ABC

    Thanks for the Chapter!
    I for one appreciate any and all chapters.
    I can’t tell what they mean by bad translations either, have they not wallowed in despair of MTL and can’t appreciate this fine piece?

  2. ireadnovels

    Appreciate the chapter as well! I for one can fully say that some people just don’t know how much time and effort goes into a single chapter. I have tried to translate a chapter for fun in the past (keep in mind as an amateur) and it was a three hour journey to figure out the right way to phrase certain parts with unique nuances that someone not familiar with the language would understand. Anyways, I hope all avid readers take the time to be considerate and appreciate a translator doing God’s work with these yuri stories!

    1. ireadnovels

      *I for one also
      *And it’s late night and I meant to reply to ABC in agreement but I made it a full new comment. Oops didn’t mean to plagiarize a comment but being too enraged over someone who dares to talk about translators like that made me spam

  3. Chowbie

    Thanks for the release! It’s hard to find yuri so every little bit is appreciated greatly. Without you I would have one less novel to read in this already dried pit of yuri I have on hand, so thank you for the work that you do, especially since it’s non-profit.

  4. Anonymous

    Is the banner new? It looks good, clean and cure. I think that’s a cherry on the cupcake? I’ll have to remember that; now I need something to celebrate.

    Well, sorry to hear about the review, it is weird to see someone complain about your rate of translating. Also, people mistake you for the author? How!? Translations is literally in the URL haha.

    Speaking of, so many new translators and groups started working on yuri novels around the end of 2019 ~ start of 2020. We have really been spoiled by all of the hard work you and the rest put into this. So thank you.

    1. Anonymous

      RIP formatting. It kills me every time. ;~;

      1. Novice TL Admin

        Thank you all for the comments! It really does make me feel like this is worth my time and effort!

        Haha the banner is relatively new, I think I added it about a month ago.
        Its a cupcake with a cherry on top.

        Oh! It’s not a banner per say but a favicon. My fellow translator, Zweepy/Shiny made it for me.

        And yes I still get comments that says ‘author’ or refers me to that. Might be an accidental misreference while they are excited and commenting or they actually do see me as the author.

  5. Rikka-chan

    Thanks for the chapter. I use google translate and your translation is pretty good.

  6. Alex

    Wow, I’m so sorry that someone would say something so rude and untrue. I don’t think you’re a bad translator. I’ve always enjoyed the quality of the work you’ve put out and the insane number of chapter releases as well.
    Thank you for all the work that you do!

  7. Neutraluser

    I appreciate your translations. I find your translations clear and concise. The story is really good and is in large part due to your efforts. Again, thank you for picking up this series. Do not feel bad by one reviewer who is, for lack of a better term, ungrateful. Wish you a good day

  8. novad

    thank you for the chapter, even if you decide to stop, im appreciative of the chapters you’ve translated so far. thank you

    1. Novice TL Admin

      Thanks for the comment and appreciation!
      I will be continuing this novel to the end unless a more dedicated translator wants to pick it up and reaches out to me.

  9. Syl

    Hi translator! I have been reading a few of your translations and I really admire your works.
    It is sad to know that there are people that thinks you aren’t doing a great job, but to me, you are amongst the few translators that I actually remember because of yoir translation quality.
    I also love the explanations for certain phrase and your messages.
    Thank you for your effort, sorry I am unable to do much more than just writing this to you.

    1. Novice TL Admin

      Thank you so much for your comment!!

  10. Uzukunoichi

    That was me. To be honest I stopped following this story but I got some messages because of this matter. I read what you wrote here and… well, I didn’t expect you to read my review when I wrote it. I actually wrote it in a moment of frustration.

    I just wanna say my wording was wrong, and I’m really sorry that I hurt you. That wasn’t what I meant to do, but looking back on it I really did.

    What I meant with that review was basically… I was upset that it was going to take like 4+ years, and it was barely a 60-70 chapter story. Obviously, that doesn’t mean I, or anyone else, should hate on you. I actually shouldn’t even mention this here but I feel like you should know what I meant anyway. Where I live we generally say whatever we want to the face, and the intention (malicious or not) is decided mostly by the tone and not the words. I sometimes forget to censor myself on the internet. Call me whatever you want.

    Anyway, for what it’s worth, I’m sorry. If it makes you any happier, I’ll henceforth stop reading and commenting on any translated stories, and withdraw from patreon as well next month.

    1. Uzukunoichi

      If you have a patreon too then link me to it, I might as well add you too for this last month, just a token of appreciation/apology.

      1. Novice TL Admin

        Thank you for reaching out to me.
        Like you, I was upset at the moment so left that long comment on the header of this chapter but removed it just now. I’m no longer upset about it since we are all people and do things on the spur of the moment. Your point of view is understanding but the execution was done poorly like you mention and thats okay, live and learn.
        It means alot that you apologized and I shouldn’t limit you on your patreons and hobby of reading stories on the internet.
        No I don’t have a Patreon but thanks for mentioning it!

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