Quick Transmigration Cannon Fodder's Record of Counterattacks

Chapter 2679: Was It Love?

Chapter 2679: Was It Love?

Ning Shu couldn’t understand Cheng Fei’s feelings for the original host.

Was it love? It didn’t really seem like it, it seemed more like a possessive obsession and habit. But to say it wasn’t love? Then why did he look after Ai Yun so carefully and considerately, pretty much taking care of everything for her?

He didn’t want Ai Yun to work and wanted her to live comfortably.

At the same time, he also restricted all of Ai Yun’s actions. It was impossible to figure out exactly what he was trying to do.

Could his motive truly be love? Because of love, everything Ai Yun had belonged to him.

Because of love, Ai Yun couldn’t be beyond his control.

Because of love, he must be the only one Ai Yun could rely on, and Ai Yun must belong to him entirely.

F*ck, was this really love?

Ning Shu considered things, then asked the driver to drive her to the hospital. Since Cheng Fei said that she had mental problems, she wanted to check if she really did have one.

The doctor first checked Ning Shu’s pupils, and then asked her some questions.

Finally, he came to the conclusion that she had a severe case of paranoia.

Ning Shu: …

What the hell!? Paranoia!?

Ning Shu was the one who occupied Ai Yun’s body now. Why had she also been diagnosed with paranoia? If the original host had paranoia, Ning Shu could still believe it, but this was her!

For the first time in her life, Ning Shu learned she was mentally ill.

Ning Shu looked at the questions and asked the doctor if she could take the test again.

This was obviously a misdiagnosis. Perhaps the original host was also misdiagnosed. Cheng Fei could’ve also bribed the doctor.

Everything was possible.

Except that she was paranoid, of course. Ning Shu didn’t believe that at all.

If anything, she should be unusually well!

During the second test, Ning Shu deliberately avoided some options when she chose her answers.

The doctor did a series of tests and blood tests to examine Ning Shu’s cognition, emotion, behavior, and will.

The doctor finally determined that Ning Shu had no mental disorder.

Ning Shu: …

Those who were true psychopaths had higher IQs than ordinary people.

These kinds of tests were thus completely useless for them.

Holding the medical results from the hospital, Ning Shu was now really afraid that she might actually have a mental disorder.

Ning Shu returned home and told Professor Ai that she’d sold his car as scrap metal. She would, she said, buy him a new one after she’d earned money.

Professor Ai: …

All she did was take a short drive. How come the person came back, but the car didn’t?

…What did you do?

Ning Shu looked around the house and asked, “Where is Mom?”

Mother Ai was usually at home around this time.

“She went to the supermarket with your Aunt Liu. They said there’s a sale there.” Professor Ai then took a newspaper and asked Ning Shu, “Did you get hurt? Do you want to go to the hospital?”

Ning Shu shook her head. “I’m alright.”

The phone suddenly rang. Professor Ai picked up the phone, and after listening to a few words, his face paled and the phone slipped from his grip, dropping onto the ground.

Ning Shu quickly picked up the phone. The caller had already hung up. All she could hear was a repeating, beeping sound.

MTL Editor: Ran

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