I read yesterday's and today's updates in the same breath so the shock didn't really have time to kick in
After some thoughts, I think Zhu Lei (I knew someone called this in real life ) should have known Yu PeiYu well enough to understand that he would not hate her for faking it, he would certainly understand her reasons. In fact, he would even be VERY happy to learn that she would not die.
But if Zhu really died, would it have been worth it? From her point of view, I think it would have.
It's not just the marriage, but also the words and actions Yu PeiYu said to Zhu Lei'er, like how he really loved her, assuming it was all sincere.
Xiangxiang scoffed:"You agreed to marry her because she was dying. If she wasn't poisoned you would have never given her any consideration."
For Zhu Lei'er, that was the most important thing in the world. For other people, the most important thing in the world is getting to duel other masters even if it means death.
I think that as long as you die happy, it's worth it.
In Chinese, is the word love only used in the context of romantic love? Or also in the context of food love, car love, like in English?
Thanks for the well done translation Athena!