ao-an would come to pick her up.

Sure enough, after learning that Tang Yu's parents would be tied down at the hospital, Yin Zhao-an eagerly asked, “In that case, how about I wait for you at the school gate? I don't have classes throughout the exam period, anyway.”

“Sure,” Tang Yu said, her lips curving upward a little in response to Yin Zhao-an's excitement.

As fate would have it, Yu Wanrou suddenly felt abdominal pain three days before Tang Yu's exams began, and Tang Zhengyang rushed her to the hospital in the middle of the night.
Although Yu Wanrou didn't give birth right away, the doctor arranged for her to stay in the hospital as it was estimated that she would be due for delivery within the next two days.

On the day before the college entrance exams, the sky suddenly became overcast with dark clouds, and the air was heavy with a sense of foreboding.

Wang Zhen suggested taking care of Tang Yu throughout the exam period, and only after Tang Yu was done with her exams would they visit Yu Wanrou at the hospital.

Tang Yu stood on the balcony where the wind was howling, letting the wind blow her hair into a mess.
The newly planted trees in the courtyard swayed in the wind, their tender branches twisting as if they would snap at any moment.

Suddenly, a powerful hand grabbed her delicate wrist and pulled her into the house before shutting the glass sliding door behind them.
The next second, large raindrops began to pound against the balcony door, creating a “pitter-patter” sound.

The sky outside had turned gloomy because of the dark clouds, and the rain seemed like it wouldn't stop anytime soon, so Yin Zhao-an turned on the lights in the room after pulling Tang Yu inside.
Then, she draped a loose coat over Tang Yu, the frown on her face expressing her displeasure over her lover's lack of concern for herself:

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“It's so windy outside.
Aren't you afraid of catching a cold? What if you get sick and miss the exam? Huh?”

Tang Yu blinked and chuckled softly at Yin Zhao-an's motherly nagging.

Frustration filled Yin Zhao-an when she saw Tang Yu's reaction.
She got an urge to pinch Tang Yu's cheeks and ask if Tang Yu had listened to anything she just said, but she couldn't bring herself to hurt her beloved, even by a tiny bit.

Yin Zhao-an dressed very casually at home, wearing a solid color t-shirt and loose knee-length sports pants.
Her hair, which had grown past her waist, was tied in a high ponytail.

Tang Yu didn't want to study anymore.
Staying in a state of mental tension for a long time could easily lead to physical and mental exhaustion.
Besides, she was confident she would do well.

When she enrolled at the Communication University of China in her past life, her score was far above the cutoff line.
Even if some variables appeared in the exam in this life, it wouldn't impact her results much.

For some reason, she was deeply obsessed with the Communication University of China.
Maybe it was because the university was her mother's alma mater.
Her mother used to be a top student at that university and developed great language skills there.
Though, unlike her mother, she was more interested in pursuing a career in dubbing.

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