ly, let alone anyone else.

“Your Highness, the medicine is ready.” A handmaiden arrived next to her while holding onto a tray with a porcelain bowl filled with a thick brownish decoction.

“Give it to me.” Shao Yin rolled up her sleeves and picked up the bowl and spoon, before proceeding to hand-feed the medicine spoon by spoon personally.

Truth be told, after falling off from a twenty-meter-high platform, the only reason why he had not turned into a puddle of flesh was due to his protagonist’s halo, but even so, suffering a severe case of injuries was inevitable, and three months were definitely not enough for him to recover fully, hence he must not miss any of his daily decoctions, twice a day to be specific.

Hers was the role of a virtuous and loving Empress, and as long as she continued to live in this world, she would keep it maintained as best as she could. 

And as a loving and compassionate wife, it was obvious that she must personally take the decoction feeding into her own hands. 

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Eunuch He stood nearby, while keeping his unblinking eyes stuck to her, as if keeping her actions in check.
But no matter how hard he stared, the full bowl of concoction was fed entirely into the Emperor’s lips, and the Empress had not added any unnecessary ingredients to the concoction. 

“Bring me a cup of warm water.” Shao Yin murmured gently as she passed the now empty porcelain bowl to one of her handmaidens, before proceeding to feed water to the unconscious in order to dilute the bitter medicinal taste within his mouth.

Even if he was unconscious and ignorant of the situation around him, Shao Yin did not treat him perfunctorily.

There were no secrets within the palace walls, and the Empress’s love for the Emperor soon spread to every corner of the palace.
It was to be expected, as there were so many concubines within his harem, and how many of them were capable of visiting the Emperor on a daily basis to feed him medicine and water without hindrance?

Within the room, after allowing the handmaidens to wait outside, Shao Yin glanced at the unconscious man on the bed and sighed deeply.

Honestly, she genuinely wanted him to wake up.

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Ever since the beginning, when she made the decision to change the plot, Shao Yin had actually prepared a backup plan.

Scenario One assumed that his protagonist’s halo was not enough to avoid mortal death.

While Scenario Two was to deal with the scenario that his protagonist’s halo was so bright and intense, that it allowed him to cheat death that would have otherwise been inevitable to any ordinary person.

Shao Yin had predicted that Scenario Two was more likely to happen, hence she had prepared a lot of follow-ups to greet him as soon as regained consciousness. 

However, first of all, he must be bedridden for a few months in order to recuperate, and during this period of time, he must not possess the energy to deal with the country’s political affairs.

He would need help, and the best person for it would be her.

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