Chapter 1358: Muir Has Come
The body of the huge snake that was hunting crazily for food in the bottom of the sea paused and he took a look upward, feeling worried.
There were fish everywhere at the bottom of the sea, swimming around in groups. To Curtis, they were food on the dining table. Having been starved for a week, his stomach put up an intense resistance.
Holding in the hunger, Curtis still turned to swim toward the surface.
This huge wave almost toppled the boat. The narrow shave from danger caused Bai Qingqing to instantly break away from her psychological fear. She felt so scared that she lay low on the boat.
“Curtis…” Bai Qingqing’s voice was hoa.r.s.e. Her soft voice was engulfed by the sound of the waves that she couldn’t hear clearly, either.
d.a.m.n it, she felt so regretful. If she had known this would happen, she wouldn’t have come out to sea with Curtis. A small boat like this would really overturn in the deeper regions!
She alternated between looking at the waves and the bottom of the sea, hoping that Curtis could come up faster, yet at the same time, couldn’t bear to interrupt his meal. She felt very conflicted.
She was looking toward the bottom of the sea when a black figure rapidly brushed past in the water.
Bai Qingqing was so scared that she gasped, backing off in reflex and falling on her b.u.t.t on the inflatable boat.
What was that?
Was it a shark? No, that couldn’t be. That shadow was too fast, and there wasn’t any water resistance to be seen at it. However, it didn’t look like Curtis’s figure either.
She gulped, then summoned the courage to lean back at the spot she was at previously.
The water was still the gradually darkening shade of blue it was previously, with no black shadows to be seen. Bai Qingqing felt surprised and bewildered as she got closer to the water and looked down.
Suddenly, Bai Qingqing felt that her body was also covered by a shadow. Her body instantly tensed up and her heartbeat palpitated so quickly that it felt as if her heart was going to jump out from her throat.
At the same time she felt horrified, she also had a guess. But this guess brought her elation.
“Screech~” A resounding eagle screech filled with emotions rang out. It was so near that Bai Qingqing’s eardrums felt like they were going to burst.
She instantly lost all her reactions and paused on the spot in a daze.
At the next instant, a wind brought by huge flapping wings came. Bai Qingqing’s body felt heavy and she was pressed down on the boat.
Muir embraced his mate tightly with his wings, his smooth but st.u.r.dy beak rubbing against his mate’s face. His chest was filled with the great elation of regaining something lost.
“Coo~” Muir answered with a deep voice.
Bai Qingqing turned over and faced Muir, taking a close look at his head for a while, then holding onto his head with both hands, her eyes glistening with agitated tears.
“It’s really you! You’ve finally found me!”
“Coo coo~” Muir suppressed his agitated emotions and turned into his human form, his arms still wrapped around her.
“I miss you so much.” Muir tidied Bai Qingqing’s messy hair that was wet by the waves. He pressed down on the back of his head and gave her a hard kiss.
He kissed crazily but didn’t probe too deep. He just bit here and there to get satisfaction.
Bai Qingqing bore with the pain for a while, but eventually still pushed him away.
Only then did Muir let her go, his deep and black eyes focused on her. No matter how big the world was, it seemed that nothing could enter his eyes.
Bai Qingqing’s lips broke and even became swollen after a while, looking plump and adorable.
Muir gradually calmed down. He rubbed Bai Qingqing’s lips at the spot where it was cut. His fingernails, not completed in the human transformation yet, were pitch-black but emitted a wild sense of beauty.
“I’m sorry, I wasn’t able to hold it in and brought you pain,” Muir said, feeling guilty.
Bai Qingqing covered her mouth, her voice sounding like a buzz, “It’s alright, it doesn’t hurt that much.” However, she moaned in her heart.
This is bad, it seems very obvious. I don’t dare to go home anymore. What should I do?
Muir looked around, feeling baffled. Half of the boat had sunk into the water from his weight, but it also became a lot steadier. At the very least, there was no danger of being overturned by the light wind and small waves.