This Omega is Sweet and Wild - Chapter 107 (END)
Chapter 107 (END)
Ch107 – The End
On the first day of the new year, Li Cheng and Xiao Yiheng spent the entire day in bed.
On the second day of the new year, Li Cheng and Xiao Yiheng spent the entire day in the bathtub.
On the third day of the new year, Li Cheng and Xiao Yiheng spent the entire day in front of the French windows.
On the fourth day of the new year…
Li Cheng kicked and punched Xiao Yiheng with all four limbs: “You beast!!!!!!!!”
Xiao Yiheng grabbed him by the waist and dragged him back to the love nest made of pillows and quilts: “Be good. This beast loves you.”
Li Cheng’s estrus period was incredibly intense. Reaching adulthood was very risky for an omega, and adding the fact he had previously used inhibitors… The two phases merged, transforming Li Cheng into a ripe orange, sweet and watery, sticky and soft, rich and juicy. A small amount of effort was enough to cause a steady stream of honey to pour from his body.
Xiao Yiheng had previously stated that he disliked sweets – until he tasted Li Cheng. He understood it wasn’t that he didn’t enjoy sweetness, but that he just liked Li Cheng’s sweetness.
The two had just completed a permanent mark, so they were very anxious for each other’s pheromones. The scents of sweet orange and cool cedar were mixed. The scent of the other person would be carried in their body every day in the future.
During the first few days of the New Year, they stayed in their hotel room and ordered room service for meals.
The food was delivered by the front desk employee who had upgraded their room.
And her expression, from the initial teasing to the later shock, eventually changed to admiration…
—Oh~ As expected of a young man. Your stamina is really good.
Xiao Yiheng accepted the meal from the employee and thanked her.
“Do you need the room cleaned?” inquired the employee.
Xiao Yiheng thought for a moment before replying, “No. Please send us two new bath towels.”
Xiao Yiheng walked into the room with dinner after closing the door. The corridor leading from the bathroom to the room was littered with undone clothes, including underwear tossed on the floor. It had never appeared on the omega in the previous few days… This scene was not appropriate for the cleaning crew to witness.
Xiao Yiheng entered the inner bedroom through the corridor and found Li Cheng lying on the comfortable waterbed, playing with his phone.
He was naked, had hickeys on his lower body, and his slender waist was covered in fingerprints. His skin had a lovely honey color that stood out against the white bedspread.
And the bite mark that had just healed had blood stains where his glands were. Xiao Yiheng’s sight circled about there, his Adam’s apple rolled, and his heart was thirsty.
“Dinner is here, ChengCheng. Don’t mess around with your phone.” Xiao Yiheng approached the table and served the food.
Li Cheng rolled about on the bed and muttered reluctantly, “I’m idle anyway. Do you want me to play with you if I don’t play on my phone?”
“That’s fine, too,” Xiao Yiheng said reservedly.
Li Cheng: “…I don’t think so.”
With cries of “Ouch! Ouch!” he held his waist with his hand and got out of bed. Xiao Yiheng had already laid a cushion on the sofa. Li Cheng gingerly pulled a bathrobe around himself and sat on it, still grimacing in pain.
Although it hurt, he couldn’t blame Xiao Yiheng because he was the one who wouldn’t let go of Xiao Yiheng and had whined enough to make the alpha repeat his actions four times.
Xiao Yiheng had fulfilled his promise—he used his “big paintbrush” to paint a rainbow of colors on Li Cheng’s canvas.
Li Cheng was playing with his phone as the two of them were eating.
Xiao Yiheng inquired as to what he was chatting about.
Li Cheng: “What else? Isn’t it the Spring Festival and my birthday at the same time? I haven’t looked at my phone in a couple of days. I just noticed that there were 99+ unread messages. All of them are blessings.”
Li Cheng responded to the messages one by one, thanking them for remembering his birthday and wishing them a Happy New Year.
Li Cheng’s hands became achy after a while. He simply threw the phone to Xiao Yiheng and told him to handle it himself.
“Reply to the texts for me, okay.” Li Cheng added, “Anyway, you’re familiar with all of my little brothers. If the name appears to be familiar, you can write a few more sentences and send an emoticon; if the name appears to be unfamiliar, it isn’t someone important. You can just copy and paste a blessing and send it.”
He supported his waist and stood up, “I want to take a bubble bath. Ss! My waist…” He was suddenly wary, “When I say I’m going to take a bubble bath, I mean I’m going to soak in the tub. There is no other hint. Don’t make any excuses to come in!”
Xiao Yiheng laughed in a low voice.
When Li Cheng went to take a bath, his “virtuous wife,” Xiao Yiheng, assisted him in dealing with the messages that had piled in his cell phone.
Li Cheng was quite popular, and there were far too many WeChat messages for him to read.
A little brother stated, “Today is your eighteenth birthday, Li-ge. I wish you year after year of today and year after year of the present (time)!”
Xiao Yiheng replied: “Thank you. I’m eighteen, not eighty.”
A classmate said: “Li Cheng, I saw you on TV! When school starts, you owe me an autograph!”
Xiao Yiheng replied: “Autograph is possible. One for fifty.”
A teammate said, “Captain Li, it’s a shame you didn’t return with the troops! After our flight back to China, there was a large crowd waiting to greet us at the airport, and some of them even brought us flowers! The media wanted to interview you, but unfortunately you weren’t there! But I did provide them with your contact information. I’m sure those reporters will call you in the coming days.”
Xiao Yiheng examined Li Cheng’s mobile phone SMS messages and discovered that he had really received numerous texts from unknown numbers. They claimed to be reporters with xx newspapers, xx television stations, and xx magazines. They were all trying to make an interview appointment with Li Cheng.
Because he understood Li Cheng’s character, Xiao Yiheng declined the invites of these reporters one by one on behalf of Li Cheng. He liked being in the spotlight, but he was scared it would be too much trouble. He’d be irritated to death if he had to repeat those high-sounding rubbish to the camera every day. It was better to simply decline on his behalf.
Xiao Yiheng was about to turn off the phone after responding to each message one by one when a message suddenly popped out.
Zhou Jian: Li Cheng, are you there?
Xiao Yiheng: “…”
He raised his eyebrows and replied with Li Cheng’s mobile phone.
Small Round Orange: Why don’t you talk first? Then I’ll let you know if I am here.
Zhou Jian: …
The last time they had a conversation was on the day Li Cheng returned to China. Zhou Jian had stated that he needed to speak with Li Cheng.
Xiao Yiheng could guess what Zhou Jian wanted to say with his toes. How big were this bastard’s dog guts! He wanted to dig right under Xiao Yiheng’s nose and seduce Li Cheng away from him!!
Zhou Jian: I wanted to send you a red envelope because I know it’s your birthday.
Zhou Jian: [Red Envelope – 8888rmb]
It was better to smash a huge sum of money than to pamper. Zhou Jian deserved to be called a local tyrant. He had sent a four-digit red envelope with a swing of his arm. If he had corrected his short-sightedness, Li Cheng would most likely have been taken by storm by this sugar-coated cannonball.
Small Round Orange: What does 8888 mean? Do you mean to say goodbye 88 to me?
Small Round Orange: So, after I accept this red envelope, we won’t need to contact one other again?
Zhou Jian: …
Zhou Jian: No, I just wanted to wish you a Happy Birthday. Isn’t it the Spring Festival right now? The two red envelopes are linked to each other.
Small Round Orange: No need. Take it back, okay.
Small Round Orange: After all, we’re just regular teammates.
Xiao Yiheng had a hunch. He moved his fingers so swiftly that he thought he could nearly see Zhou Jian vomit blood.
Zhou Jian was silent for a long time. Just when Xiao Yiheng thought he was going to give up, Zhou Jian suddenly sent a video call request.
Xiao Yiheng raised his eyebrows and hit the answer button right away.
It was simply a face-to-face encounter.
Zhou Jian’s visage appeared on the screen as soon as the video was linked. He started talking at once, “Li Cheng, I have something to tell you… Xiao Yiheng, how can it be you???”
Xiao Yiheng raised the corners of his mouth slightly, placed the phone on the table, folded his arms across his chest, and sat motionless on the sofa.
“Why can’t it be me?” Xiao Yiheng said faintly, “I am ChengCheng’s boyfriend. Isn’t it right for me to use his mobile phone?”
Zhou Jian: “…” He gnashed his teeth, “Where is he?”
“Taking a bath.” Xiao Yiheng said, “By the way, we’ve been staying together for the past few days. Without. Stepping. A. Foot. Outside. The. Door.”
Xiao Yiheng noticed Zhou Jian’s eyes instantly become blood red.
Xiao Yiheng continued as if he hadn’t noticed it, “If there is anything you want to tell him, why don’t you tell me first and let me convey it for you?”
Zhou Jian stared at him, envious, but didn’t say anything.
Xiao Yiheng: “In fact, you don’t need to say it. I can guess it. I’ll answer it directly for him—you and him are impossible, not in this life.”
Zhou Jian immediately retorted, “Don’t be so full of yourself! The future is so long. Can you guarantee that you will not break up? I have a shot as long as you break up!”
Xiao Yiheng cocked an eyebrow: “Then I’ll advise you not to bother. We’ll never break up—after all, I’ve never really heard of a permanently marked AO couple breaking up.”
Zhou Jian: “!!!”
Zhou Jian: “What did you say???”
Xiao Yiheng was as happy as a lark when he saw his love rival’s pallid face. Otherwise, why would so many people want to see the wife and mistress squabble? It was precisely because confronting the floozy head-on was exceptionally energizing.
Xiao Yiheng repeated it cheerfully: “You heard that right. Li Cheng and I have completed a permanent mark. From now on, my pheromone will always be stored in his glands. We’ll accept your 8888 red envelope as a wedding present. Okay?”
Zhou Jian vomited blood in his heart, blurting out: “How on earth did you deceive him?! He and I are a match made in heaven. I’ve been paying close attention to him for quite some time. I’ve seen every one of his contests. I share more similarities with him than you do. We’re both swimmers, and we can make improvements in the pool together!”
Xiao Yiheng’s face became darker and darker with each word he spoke. Xiao Yiheng’s eyes became as cold as ice at the end.
Xiao Yiheng picked up the phone, walked to the bathroom, and knocked directly on the wooden door of the bathroom.
“What’s the matter?” Li Cheng’s languid voice could be heard coming from the bathroom.
Xiao Yiheng did not enter, but instead raised his voice to ask across the door, “ChengCheng, I’m thinking about an issue.”
“What’s the issue?”
“I can’t swim, yet you’re a swimming champion. Do you think we lack a common language? Do I make you look bad and impede you?”
“Hey! Why are you bothering me with such silly questions?” Li Cheng’s bright and clear chuckle sounded from the bathroom, “Why on earth didn’t I marry someone from the swimming circle if I wanted to find someone who can swim? I like you simply because you are Xiao Yiheng.”
Xiao Yiheng got a satisfactory answer and looked down at the phone in his hand.
On the screen, Zhou Jian’s lips were quivering but he said nothing. He had just overheard their entire conversation.
“Did you hear it, Mr. Swimming Circle?” Xiao Yiheng asked, raising his chin.
Zhou Jian: “…”
Mr. Swimming Circle aborted the call.
Mr. Swimming Circle was looking for a place to fill the gap in his leaking heart.
After the Spring Festival, good news arrived in unbroken succession.
First of all, Xiao Yiheng received feedback on the anonymous report letter submitted by him to the Education Bureau. The Education Bureau attached great importance to this matter and sent a team to investigate it thoroughly.
Because of Father Xiao having repeatedly lowered the scores of students of other genders during interviews, he was sternly admonished by the Education Bureau and stripped of the position of associate professor he was proud of. Concerning his earlier infringement on students’ achievements, the Bureau requested that those first-line journals withdraw his manuscripts, which resulted in the journals announcing that they would never again publish his papers.
Mother Xiao privately conspired with wealthy pupils to tamper with grades, privately stamped school seals, fabricated recommendation letters, and so on. Her guilt was much greater, and she was summoned to the dock, where she would be held legally liable.
When Xiao Yiheng read the news in the newspaper, he was in a very complicated state, that is, he was both happy and sad.
Naturally, this incident spread like wildfire across the school. When the school reopened, Xiao Yiheng could always sense someone or the other peering at him from the corner of his eyes whenever he strolled around the campus.
It was just that everyone had stared at him before because he had outstanding grades and was attractive, and they wanted to get close to him. Everyone was now staring at him because his parents were in prison…
Xiao Yiheng didn’t feel much about it, but Li Cheng felt wronged on his behalf. He was afraid that Xiao Yiheng would feel uncomfortable, so he would follow behind him like a little tail every day as an escort. If anyone looked at Xiao Yiheng more than necessary, Li Cheng stared back.
“Do you know what other people say about me?” joked Xiao Yiheng.
“What do they say?” Li Cheng inquired.
Xiao Yiheng: “They marvel at how wonderful I am that the world champion acts as my bodyguard.”
Li Cheng chuckled: “Then what did you say?”
“I said Li Cheng is not my bodyguard, he is my baobei.” Xiao Yiheng grasped his hand, and the two walked side by side through the campus.
It was the beginning of spring, and the flowers at their school were many and varied. They walked through the layers of spring flowers, calmly accepting all of their classmates’ stares.
Who would have thought that the two school legends would actually get together! It was evident from their overly clinging and intimate appearance that they were madly in love.
A busybody took a photo of the two holding hands while strolling down the street and posted it on the school forum.
The original poster secretly rubbed lemon: “What’s going on? Isn’t it against the rules and regulations of the school to date?”
The most liked reply to this forum post was—”You don’t say! How can the school’s rules and regulations keep the world champion and his super spoiled wife in line?”
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The second piece of excellent news came as a surprise to Xiao Yiheng—Teacher Qiu informed him that, despite the fact that Xiao Yiheng had left the winter camp early and his artwork was only two-thirds completed, his work had gotten universal praise from all of the selection panel teachers!!
“That is to say—Xiao Yiheng, you received one of the fifteen recommendations, and you will be my younger brother!!” Teacher Qiu Xian’s voice was full of excitement over the phone, and she kept talking, “Young man, you’ve set quite a few “firsts” at the Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts. The first time someone joined the winter camp with a letter of recommendation, the first time someone dropped out halfway through school, and the first time someone didn’t finish the assignment but still got the recommendation… Seriously, it’s a blessing that I’m your senior sister. If I were your classmate, I would be envious if I had such an outstanding and smart peer in the same class.”
The college office swiftly sent an admission notice to Xiao Yiheng after the Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts confirmed the recommendation. The letter, however, was delivered to Huacheng No. 1 High School!
When the principal, dean, and head teacher of the rocket class saw the admittance notice sent by the Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts, they all had quite wonderful expressions.
“There’s bound to be a mistake, right? Why is Xiao Yiheng’s name on the Academy of Fine Arts’ admittance notice?”
“It’s actually from the oil painting department? Will Xiao Yiheng learn to draw oil paintings?”
“Wasn’t he supposed to go to a winter camp for international relations majors this year? How did it become an art class?”
The three teachers exchanged glances before summoning Xiao Yiheng to the principal’s office.
Xiao Yiheng glanced at the notification on the principal’s desk, then at the three teachers’ twisted faces, slightly smiling.
“This admission note was not sent mistakenly. It is true that the person mentioned in it is me.”
The principal’s eyes were complicated, the head teacher stopped talking, and the dean’s countenance was twisted.
Xiao Yiheng was aware of what they were thinking.
He was the top student in his year, and he even took first place in the city on the mock exam last semester. The principal expected him to achieve excellent results and bring credit to the institution, thus enhancing its fame.
If the early admission letter had been sent by a top university in China, the school would have undoubtedly hung banners, pounded gongs and drums to announce to the world that they, the No. 1 school, had cultivated a good seedling.
But, what was last year’s required entrance examination score for admission to Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts?
It appeared to be…more than 400 points?
Before the three teachers could respond, Xiao Yiheng made a preemptive strike: “I will take the college entrance exams with the other pupils.”
After all, there was no rule stating that students could not take the college entrance exam after receiving a recommendation. In truth, many recommended candidates took the college entrance examination for the sake of testing the waters. It made no difference whether the exam was good or awful. The scores would have no bearing on the ultimate admittance as long as they did not fill in their preferences.
Xiao Yiheng said: “All of you must’ve read about my parents in the newspaper, right?… They don’t have time to worry about me right now. I can only cover four years of college living expenses on my own.”
The head teacher did not react. She had no idea how Xiao Yiheng’s conversation had shifted from college entrance exam results to living expenses.
The principal understood what he meant and immediately smiled: “That’s great! I’m looking forward to hearing good news from student Xiao Yiheng!!”
After Xiao Yiheng left the office, the head teacher looked at the dean, puzzled, and asked him to explain the riddles that Xiao Yiheng and the principal were playing.
The dean slapped his thigh: “Don’t you get it? Xiao Yiheng wants to be the champion of our province in the college admission examination—the school awards 300,000, the city awards 200,000, and the province awards 100,000… It is a worthwhile trade to exchange first place in a college entrance examination for a bonus of 600,000 dollars!”
The months leading up to the college admission examination flew by.
It seemed like the college entrance exam had arrived in the blink of an eye.
It is unclear when the “tastefully chosen” ritual began. It was said that on the day of the college entrance exams, parents should dress in red cheongsam—and the higher the slit, the better—so as to express the message “to win a victory on raising the flag.”
Xiao Yiheng said: “Other children have parents wearing cheongsams to see them off, but this child has nothing.”
Li Cheng felt utterly distressed and was in complete shambles. He quickly stated that on the day of the college entrance examination, he would personally send Xiao Yiheng into the examination room. As for the red cheongsam, he would arrange a terrific show!
So, on the day of the college entrance exam, Li Cheng led dozens of muscular boys, each dressed in a high-slit bright red cheongsam, to build a spectacular human wall. They gathered outside the exam center’s gate to accompany Xiao Yiheng into the examination room.
Li Cheng proudly puffed up his chest: “Dear, how about I let everyone know that my, this Li-ge’s, man has the largest line-up of faces!”
Xiao Yiheng: “…”
The boys were perfectly lined up in two rows and bowed simultaneously: “Dasao, I wish you speedy success! Strive valiantly for top place!”
A row of buttons snapped while they were bowing.
“…Thank you, I will work hard,” Xiao Yiheng said, taking a deep breath.
Despite the fact that the seeing off scenario was a “nice surprise,” Xiao Yiheng was unaffected. He was aware that he had fared admirably during the two-day exam.
He and a few other top students gathered in the teacher’s office the day after the exam, acquired the answers on the spot, and estimated the scores.
“How about it?” Li Cheng asked nervously.
“Would you still love me if I fail the test this time?” Xiao Yiheng inquired.
Li Cheng could tell by his expression that this big beast had done well in the exam. He was purposefully making ironic remarks in order to tease him.
Li Cheng: “You have duped me into completing a permanent mark. Is there anything else I can do? Simply marry the fool and get on with my life.”
Xiao Yiheng embraced him: “It’s such a shame. You can’t be a fool’s husband.”
More than half a month later, the college entrance examination results were announced.
Xiao Yiheng ranked first in the province with a total score of 730!!
On the day when the results were announced, Huacheng No. 1 High School hung up a celebration banner. Xiao Yiheng’s mobile phone was ready to be blown up. Numerous media outlets sought to contact him, and various nutrition companies wanted him to endorse their products.
Xiao Yiheng accepted three media interviews. On the day the three interviews were published, all parents in Huacheng rushed to the newsstand to buy newspapers. In recent years, he was the best and most attractive top student in the college entrance examination. After they returned home, they had to frame Xiao Yiheng’s images and display them on the wall so that their children could view him at all hours of the day and night. They might not be able to inherit Xiao Yiheng’s brilliance, but they might be able to inherit part of his attractiveness.
Following each college entrance examination, the admissions offices of the country’s leading institutions and universities would contact the provincial champions immediately to begin a frenzied battle.
Colleges and universities not only guaranteed exceptionally high scholarships to entice students, but also implied that Xiao Yiheng “may bring another person.” Xiao Yiheng had heard of it before—a certain provincial college entrance examination champion made a request in a certain year, hoping that the college would lower their score requirement in order to admit his girlfriend, and eventually the young couple both went to the prestigious school, immersed in sweetness.
Unexpectedly, Xiao Yiheng also encountered such a thing.
Xiao Yiheng refused: “Thank you very much. My boyfriend does not require your school to lessen the admission requirement. He has received offers from a number of prestigious universities, but he has yet to decide which one to attend.”
When the admissions officer heard this, he quickly questioned, “Can I ask you from which province has your boyfriend topped the college entrance examination?”
“He is not the champion in the college entrance examination.”
Xiao Yiheng replied, “He is the world champion.”
That’s right. He was an average college entrance examination champion who had caught a world champion!
Countless pairs of eyes were fixed on whatever school Xiao Yiheng would eventually apply to, but to everyone’s amazement, Xiao Yiheng walked through the door of Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts…
The admissions faculty at Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts were overjoyed—Xiao Yiheng had used his power to forcefully raise the average admission score of the Huaguo Academy of Fine Arts’ oil painting department by ten percentage points!
Taking advantage of the holiday period between the first and second years of senior high school, the school organized a school-wide meeting for Xiao Yiheng, the newly-launched provincial champion, to share his learning experience. On the same day, the school welcomed Li Cheng, who won two world championship medals, to give a speech in front of the entire school.
The school-wide meeting took place in the playground. It was a bright day with cicadas chirping in the trees.
The podium was surrounded by flowers, and a red carpet was spread on the walkway, extending all the way to the stairs.
“Now, with warm applause, let us welcome—”
The young alpha was dressed properly in a freshly washed and pressed school uniform, and the nameplate on his chest was polished to a gleaming brilliance.
An omega with nicely groomed blonde hair stood beside him, looking around in anticipation.
The sun shone down on them, revealing their equally attractive physique and youthful, confident faces.
They walked side by side and took a step together onto the podium in the midst of the playground, under the watchful gaze of hundreds of people.
One was called Li Cheng.
The other was called Xiao Yiheng.
Their names would be remembered by the flowers, and their achievements would be remembered by the cheers.
They were in their prime, youthful, and their destinies were inextricably linked.
—As brilliant as the blazing sun.
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The author has something to say:
The blazing sun shines brightly, and so do the hearts of youngsters.
Thank you for keeping me company over the last four months. This brings the text to a close.
Thank you for liking Chengcheng and XiaoXiao.
Later, there will be extras, as well as some nesting that everyone wants~
As for the other extras, I haven’t thought about it yet.