Author: The One Who Tells Stories Under the Bridge (天桥底下说书的)
When the demonic sect’s Protector Bi Qianren was travelling around the jianghu, he encountered a malicious ghost who liked bride kidnapping. Without the slightest hesitation, Bi Qianren kicked away the ghostly head blocking his path.
However, could someone tell him why this headless ghost began pestering him to get married? Do ghosts toss their heads to find their matches now?
Zhuge Qingtian: If you’ve sat on my sedan chair and haven’t yet died, you must be my predestined wife, one matched by the heavens.
Bi Qianren: Scram, us demonic cultivators only become husbands.
Zhuge Qiantian: Alright then, husband, when will we hold our wedding?
Bi Qianren: Even this works?
That day, as he stepped onto the path to find a missing head, Mister Hitman Bi Qianren learned a bitter life lesson—don’t casually kick a malicious ghost’s head, because who knows if that ghost will one day become your wife.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: “Their bond began from a tree kabedon.”
Chapter 2: “He suspects he took the wrong script.”
Chapter 3: “One must take responsibility after casually throwing a malicious ghost’s head.”
Chapter 4: “This melon looks quite good, very green.”
Chapter 5: “Remember, never touch a malicious ghost’s melon.”
Chapter 6: “He wasn’t the ghost saint, he was the scapegoat hero.”
Chapter 7: “The man born to be a demon.”
Chapter 8: “The Injured Soul Bird and Fu Hongye.”
Chapter 9: “An old demonic cultivator’s ideology of being single.”
Chapter 10: “The most gentle and virtuous wife in the world.”
Chapter 11: “He hugged his wife’s waist.”
Chapter 12: “The delicate Major Protector.”
Chapter 13: “He sent his head a thousand miles away.”