TCPCHW Chapter 39 Part 2

The Crown Prince Chases His Wife

Chapter 39          In Distress (2/2)

Not long after Feng Zhan entered the forest, he encountered the Emperor of Hui, escorted by Xie Changyuan alone, and rushed out in a hurry.

The Emperor of Hui was not injured but was a little frightened.

Xie Changyuan’s face was bloody, and both were a little embarrassed.

Seeing that Feng Zhan was leading people into the forest, the Emperor of Hui called out to Feng Zhan and said: “Taizi doesn’t have to go in and risk himself, just let the guards in.”

Feng Zhan said coldly, “Jiang Mu disappeared in the forest, and Qin Yan has entered the forest.”

After speaking, Feng Zhan galloped away on his horse.

Emperor of Hui: Jiang Mu?

Xie Changyuan: Qin Yan?

Xie Changyuan immediately wanted to enter the forest to find Qin Yan, but the foot that had not yet stepped out was firmly pinned to the ground by the responsibility he kept in mind.

His current identity was the Commander of the Northern Yamen Imperial Army, not Qin Yan’s fiancé, and now his primary task was to escort His Majesty back to the camp safely.

Xie Changyuan gritted his teeth, lowered his eyes, and took the Emperor of Hui away.


Feng Zhan and his party rode their horses in the forest and encountered several groups of assassins along the way. They all quickly resolved them and continued on their way.

In one place, dozens of assassins ambushed them. After Feng Zhan ordered his entourage to break away, he rode out with Song Zhi.

In another place, he met Shen Ying who was still fighting with more than a dozen masked men in black.

Song Zhi immediately dismounted and joined the battle.

Feng Zhan looked around but did not see Qin Yan, his heart sank slightly.

“Where is your master?” Feng Zhan asked Shen Ying.

Shen Ying was relieved to see that it was His Highness Taizi that had arrived. There was more than one group of killers in the forest, and the number was much larger than she had expected.

Now there was help here.

After Shen Ying finished solving a killer, she quickly pointed out a direction.

“Master went to find Young Master Jiang alone.” Shen Ying said.

Feng Zhan nodded and rode out.

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Feng Zhan didn’t see a single figure along the way, and his heart sank.


In a flash, Feng Zhan galloped to an open space but was shocked by the bloody scene in front of him.

In the middle of the open space stood a tall and slender figure in a white brocade dress.

It was Qin Yan.

In front of her, a man in black was slowly collapsing.

This should be the end of the last, black-clothed killer, and on the ground around her, there were already thirty or forty black-clothed corpses lying on the ground.

Qin Yan heard the sound of horses’ hooves not far behind and turned her head swiftly, her eyes were cold as if she had not come out of the killing intent just now.

Seeing that the visitor was an old acquaintance, Qin Yan relaxed slightly.

Only when Qin Yan turned around did Feng Zhan see the knife still dripping with blood in her hand.

Qin Yan let go of her slender white hand and let the blood-stained knife she just snatched from the assassin slip to the ground.

Before the two could speak, a few sharp arrows flew from behind Feng Zhan.


Feng Zhan leaned over the horse, stretched out his left hand, and ran to Qin Yan’s side.

Qin Yan understood what he meant, and also stretched out her left hand, grabbing Feng Zhan’s palm, which was already in front of her, and wanted to jump on the horse behind Feng Zhan.

Feng Zhan held Qin Yan’s slender white smooth hand, using his strength, and pulled Qin Yan up. He placed her in his arms before him, and the two galloped away.

Dozens of assassins followed closely behind.

Immediately, a rain of arrows shot from behind.

Feng Zhan was fully prepared.

Before this hunt, Feng Zhan sent his own guards to the paddock to redraw the map of the paddock and reported the changed terrain back to the Taizi Mansion in advance.

Therefore, although the trees and vegetation were slightly different, Feng Zhan had already imprinted the terrain of the western suburbs enclosure in his mind and was very familiar with it.

Feng Zhan stared straight ahead, observing the surrounding situation from the corner of his eyes, constantly adjusting the direction, avoiding the rain of arrows behind him, and galloping wildly.

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Feng Zhan held the reins in both hands, leaning forward, and protecting Qin Yan who was sitting on the horse with her back to him with his arms and his broad back.

The warm breath blew down on Qin Yan’s slender side neck, and Qin Yan felt a little tickle.

Suddenly there was a muffled hum in the wind.

Qin Yan frowned, turned her head, and asked Feng Zhan: “Are you hurt?”

Feng Zhan didn’t say a word. At this moment, Qin Yan’s red lips were very close to his face. Feng Zhan stared straight ahead, trying his best to calm his accelerating heartbeat.

However, Qin Yan still smelled a faint smell of blood. Feng Zhan’s right arm holding the reins was a little more relaxed than before. Qin Yan concluded that Feng Zhan’s right back shoulder was hit by an arrow.

This was indeed the case.

Feng Zhan knew that he couldn’t go on like this as he was too passive. Although they got rid of some of the pursuers, the remaining killers were still unwilling to let go.

“You control the horse.” Feng Zhan said.

Qin Yan understood that Feng Zhan asked her to control the horse to prepare himself to turn around to deal with the assassin.

However, Feng Zhan was injured, and the accuracy of the arrow might be affected.

Moreover, Feng Zhan was sitting behind the horse, and the horse was galloping at a high speed. If he turned around and shot the arrows, he would still have to exert energy to sit firmly on the horse.

Qin Yan decided that it was better for her to do it.

“Loosen the reins.” Qin Yan said.

Feng Zhan didn’t know what Qin Yan was going to do, but he trusted her.

Feng Zhan loosened the reins.

In an instant, Qin Yan leaned back in the opposite direction of the horse’s head, then raised her right leg, turned around in place, and changed her position to sit facing Feng Zhan on the galloping horse.

Feng Zhan immediately understood what Qin Yan was going to do.

Feng Zhan took up the reins with both hands again at once, and also took advantage of the situation to surround Qin Yan in front of him.


Before Qin Yan got on the horse, she caught a glimpse of a bow and a quiver full of arrows on the horse.

“Hold me.”

After speaking, Qin Yan bent to the right, got out from under Feng Zhan’s left arm, and hung her upper body out of the horse.

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Immediately, Qin Yan took the bow and arrow from the horse and shot the arrow at the chasing killer, all in one go.

At this time, Feng Zhan was holding the rein with his right hand, his left forearm supported Qin Yan’s soft waist, and clasped his left palm at the waist of Qin Yan’s lower back.

Feng Zhan kept his horse turning sharply in the forest, and some killers gradually distanced further, but there were still some men in black who were chasing after him. They also frequently shot arrows at Feng Zhan and Qin Yan.

Qin Yan kept drawing and shooting arrows non-stop rapidly, three arrows at a time, and after a while, more than a dozen killers who were chasing behind him were killed.

After Qin Yan dealt with the assassin behind them, she felt relieved.

While the horse was galloping in the forest, Qin Yan stretched out her hand and brushed away the loose strands of hair. At this moment, she realized that there was something wrong with their posture.

Both Feng Zhan and Qin Yan both glanced sideways at each other embarrassedly and then quickly moved away.

Feng Zhan’s face darkened with embarrassment, only his ears were blushed.

Qin Yan’s tender white cheeks also blushed with shame.

Neither of them said a word.

Qin Yan was about to turn around, but Feng Zhan suddenly held back her waist and pressed it back on his strong thighs.

Qin Yan was angry, was this Taizi trying to be a hooligan?


Qin Yan was about to open her mouth to stop him, but several sharp arrows shot out from the jungle in front of the horse.

Feng Zhan clasped Qin Yan tightly with one hand, yanked the reins with his right hand, adjusted the direction of the horse, and galloped toward the other side.

Was this endless?

Many assassins were chasing after them from the back and Qin Yan continued to draw the bow and shoot arrows.

Suddenly Feng Zhan yanked the reins, and the horses under the seat raised their front hooves high and neighed while stopping.

Qin Yan frowned slightly and turned around doubtfully.

Too bad.

There was a cliff ahead.

Feng Zhan made a quick decision, loosened the reins, picked up Qin Yan who was about to dismount to fight with the killers head-on, and clasped her waist tightly to prevent her from breaking free.

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Then flew away from the horse and jumped off the cliff.

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1 thought on “TCPCHW Chapter 39 Part 2”

  1. LOL, Qin Yan thought the Taizi wanted to be a hooligan, that’s so funny! But I wonder why are there so many assassins! Thank you for the chapter and Happy New Year!

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