Transmigrating to Become the Boss’s Little Fairy (TBLF)
Why I’m translating this:
I really liked the premise of this novel as soon as I read it. This is also my first novel that I wanted to translate. I have not received permission from the earlier translator. Shout out to Kasamats Translations. I am starting this because after the first 14 chapters further chapters have not been translated for more than a month. If the original translator comes back, I would happily stop the translations. Till then enjoy this book as much as I did.
In her previous life, Qi Ying had been saved from the bandits’ cave by the General, and subsequently became the General’s concubine. The General never lost a single battle, and songs praising him spread far and wide. In the end, however, the General was mortally wounded, and died on the battlefield. When news of the General’s death reached Qi Ying’s ears, she hung herself from the beams without a moment’s hesitation — only to discover, upon waking up, that she has transmigrated to become a 17-year-old deaf and mute Qi Ying.
The youthful girl is neither able to hear any sound, nor is she able to speak; and yet, her eyes were as beautiful as the pure, white moonlight, and her character was extremely easygoing. One day, she met a cold and aloof male youth, whom everybody was afraid and wary of — her General.
The Ji Rang in everybody’s eyes:
Horridly short tempered! Extremely rich! It’s best not to cross paths with him!
The Ji Rang in Qi Ying’s eyes:
The General is simply executing Heaven’s will and punishing the evildoers! The General is simply robbing the rich to feed the poor! The General is superb and amazing!
Ji Rang pressed Qi Ying against the wall:-
Qi Ying: “Oh, when a boy presses a girl against the wall, he has every intention of kissing her, mua~!”
Ji Rang: ???
“Ji Rang, did you really bring your girlfriend along to spectate our fight? Are you looking down on me right now?”
“I’m not looking down on you. I just want to let my little fairy observe how I punish evildoers and reward kind people.”