You Ning took a deep breath, and only after smelling the scent of his client lying on the bed did his mood settle down.

His new client was called An Yuanguang(Xiao Guang), an Omega with fertility problems and a lower than average IQ.
The scent You Ning smelt was his pheromones, which were strange, at one moment, they were like jasmine after rain, diluted in intensity and leaving only a refreshing fragrance, and at another moment, they were like the sunlight was slowly evaporating into an intoxicating fragrance, making one’s head swell.

You Ning didn’t understand what was happening to him now because he didn’t know much about the ABO world, after all, he was still quite young in the demon world and hadn’t been to many places.

He sat at the head of An Yuanguang’s and noticed that his face was unnaturally red, and his eyebrows were furrowed together, so he released a trace of his magic power to soothe him before placing a finger on his forehead and reading all his memories.

When An Yuanguang was seven years old, his parents took him to the hospital for a routine annual check-up, they spent a lot of money on this because he was born in a weaker state of health than the average Omega.
The results of that check-up sent his parents into a new state of unease.

The doctor said that An Yuanguang was likely to have a fertility problem and a lower intelligence than the average person.
There was a high risk that he would remain with a mind of a seven year old.

The couple was worried about the future of their child, an infertile Omega with a lower-than-average intelligence.

Before the couple could plan ahead for their child’s future, a major event suddenly occurred.

The capital planet was attacked, half the planet was destroyed by cannon fire and the palace went up in flames.
His Majesty was assassinated and the whereabouts of the Crown Prince were unknown.

The people living on the planet fled screaming, and the attackers killed everyone in sight, making the situation extremely chaotic.
An Yuanguang’s father, a guard at the palace, was on leave that day and when he saw the flames of war at the palace, he settled his wife and son, put on his armour and run into the flames.

Little An Yuanguang waited in his mother’s arms, hidden in the cellar for a whole day and night.
Just when he could not resist yelling to his mother that he was hungry, his father finally came back.
He did not come back alone, he also brought back a boy that was a little older than An Yuanguang.

His father did not explain much, but hastily changed the boy into his old clothes.
At that time, An Yuanguang saw the boy wearing his clothes, which clearly did not fit him as his wrists and ankles were exposed, and he could not help but laugh.

Then the boy gave him a cold glare, An Yuanguang was frightened and he cried for a long time.
The adults were too busy flying the craft as well as checking for pursuers, and no one had time to coax him.
The older boy’s head hurt from his crying, and he had no choice but to approach him, coaxing him clumsily and somewhat stiffly, telling him to be good and stop crying, he felt his wounds hurt when he cried.

An Yuanguang saw the blood-soaked fabric on the arm that was placed on his shoulder and hastily covered his mouth, not daring to cry, his large eyes, still hung with tears that had not fallen.
The older boy smiled and wiped the tears from the corners of An Yuanguang’s eyes, thinking to himself that he was still somewhat useful, being able to scare a child into crying and aso coax him.

Father An Yuanguang’s driving skills were not good, moreover, he had never encountered such a big battle before, and the thought about what else he was carrying made his mental state even worse.
Beads of sweat fell from his forehead as he watched his pursuers get closer and closer.

The boy glanced at the red dot on the console representing the pursuers and said to the guard, who he had probably never even said a word to before, to let him drive.
The man moved out of the way, the boy’s operation was far better than him and the man immediately calmed – he knew that his own family was in danger.

The day ended with the craft shattering to pieces and the three members of the An family plus the boy narrowly escaping death and landing on a deserted planet infested with strange beasta.
The pursuers did not follow them to the planet, or perhaps they knew that the few of them would not survive on the planet for more than a few days on that planet as they didn’t have any weapons.

Fortunately none of them were seriously injured, and as long as they were alive, there was still hope.

When An Yuanguang woke up, his father was bowing to the boy, addressing him as “Your Highness”.

‘Was “Your Highness” his name?’ An Yuanguang thought to himself.

Later, he addressed the boy in the same way, although the boy did not respond at first, he would give a small nod to show that he had heard him.
Children like to chase after children older than themselves, and this was especially true of An Yuanguang, who chased after the boy every day, calling out to him every now and then, and when he heard him and looked at him, he would smile happily, revealing a few white teeth ……

In the other room, a wall away from You Ning, Yue Feng sat wearily on the sofa, he seemed to have a headache and his hand was pressing hard on his head.

–Probably the after-effects of being reborn.
Yue Feng thought.

The pain hadn’t gone away yet, but Yue Feng laughed nervously, and in his reddened eyes was a cold hatred, a terrifying look that was a far cry from the gentleness he had shown An Yuanguang earlier.

“This time, I will put show no mercy.”

At first, Yue Feng felt annoyed.
No one would be in the mood to coax a child when their home was destroyed and they didn’t know if they would live to return for revenge.

But fortunately, An Yuanguang was quite obedient and would walk away if he frowned at him, looking at him with grievance in his eyes as he left, but not crying and insisting on pestering him.

During their first week on the planet, they were attacked by a fey beast.
Yue Feng suffered a little injury from saving Father An.
Yue Feng had been deeply influenced by his father, and although it was the duty if the guards to protect him, he could not just watch others die for him.

Father An watched the young prince’s back bleed profusely, and wished he could die in apology.
His wife was also frightened, but fortunately, she used to be a pharmacist, so she found some nearby herbs to stop bleeding and applied it on him.

The wound was not so serious, but it had a slight toxin.
The toxin did not make it worse, but it was very torturous to the nerves, it was mainly for prey to lose their power to fight back, but the toxicity would lose its effect after three hours.
No matter how tenacious Yue Feng’s will was, he was still a child.
He was in so much pain that his face turned white and he would scream out from time to time.

In his daze from the pain, he heard An Yuanguang singing to him, coaxing him and saying that blowing on the wound would stop the pain.
Yue Feng really didn’t want to pay attention to him, his head felt like a sharp knife was stabbing into it, and he couldn’t even explain that the pain was internal.

But strangely enough, the childish innocent voice reached his ears, and it gently soothed his stabbed nerves with a very soft power, miraculously dissipating the pain, and he eventually fell asleep to the sound of An Yuanguang’s singing.

When he woke up, the poison had subsided and the wound was beginning to heal, so he felt better.

Probably out of a little gratitude, Yue Feng was no longer so cold towards An Yuanguang after that.
He was willing to let An Yuanguang, his little tail, follow him when he went out hunting and gathering fruit.
When An Yuanguang clumsily tripped over a vine, he would stop and go back to help him up, and then allow him to hold the hem of his clothes as they walked around.

At that time, An Yuanguang would look at Yue Feng with absolute trust, like he was looking at a warm light, or a big tree he could rely on.

Yue Feng had seen many admiring and jealous gazes, but he had never seen such dependence like that in An Yuanguang’s eyes, not even his own brother had ever had such a gaze.
He later asked An Yuanguang to call him by his name, Yue Feng.

An Yuanguang changed the crisp “Your Highness” to the somewhat coquettish “Brother Yue Feng”, and later changed “Brother Yue Feng” to the intimate and dependent “Brother”.

After a full year on that planet, Yue Feng discovered something different about An Yuanguang that the An couple had never mentioned to Yue Feng.

They loved this hard-won child and were eager to protect him.
Although An Yuanguang’s intelligence was lower than that of ordinary people, it did not mean that he was demented; he could feel sympathy or other malice from others, and was even more sensitive to emotions than ordinary people.

Yue Feng was someone of status so they did not mention it, hoping that Yue Feng would understand their pain and still get along with Xiao Guang as before.

Yue Feng did as they wished and got along with An Yuanguang like before, but not exactly the same, besides taking care of him, he would also pamper him.

Although this desolate planet seemed dangerous, half of it was full of resources from the irradiation of the sun-like planet, and the group had nothing to worry about when it came to their living needs.
In addition, those occasional beasts were also natural training grounds for Yue Feng.

Whenever he was tired, there was the little tail leaning over him and humming in his ear, lulling him to sleep.

He grew stronger and taller, becoming a powerful Alpha, while An Yuanguang, who was two years younger than him and an Omega, could only reach his shoulders.
Yue Feng only needed to reach out slightly and he could crash into his arms.

But as they grew older, a problem soon came up – estrus.

They had been on this deserted planet for ten years, and An Yuanguang was already seventeen.
Every time Yue Feng got closer to him, he could smell his pheromones, and the smell was too tempting for him.
It took a lot of effort for him to restrain himself from forcibly marking this Omega he had grown up with.

At that time, he did not know why he found the smell so tempting, nor did he know exactly why he was desperately trying to restrain himself.

And for a while, he stopped taking An Yuanguang with him when he went out.
An Yuanguang thought he had offended his brother angry, and whenever Yue Feng went out, he would sit at the entrance of the cave and wait for him, waiting motionlessly and only getting up when he saw Yue Feng’s figure returning at dark.

An Yuanguang was a stubborn child, and even though his parents tried to get him back in the cave and explained that Yue Feng was not angry with him, he would still sit at the entrance of the cave.

At that time, neither of them knew whether An Yuanguang was simply dependent on Yue Feng.

Whenever Yue Feng saw An Yuanguang stand up happily after seeing him, and then fall straight forward because he had been sitting for too long, his heart would suddenly tremble – for he knew that An Yuanguang was waiting for him.

After that, Yue Feng no longer avoided An Yuanguang, he was willing to make an effort to restrain himself, and did not want to see Xiao Guang lose his smile because of his distancing.
And, he also had to confront the issue of his estrus.

It’s been ten years and still no one had found them, they could be on this planet for another decade, or more.

They had no inhibitors.
So there would only be one option when the time came.

The An couple had obviously considered this too, and they had no objections, or rather no other options.
They couldn’t stand by and watch their child suffer, not to mention the fact that His Highness the Prince was a very good man.
If that incident had not occurred, such a person would never have been able to mark their family’s Xiao Guang.

Just after the family had accepted such a future, and Yue Feng had begun to see Xiao Guang as his Omega, the rescue came ten years too late.

The General of the First Imperial Legion brought a warship to the small desolate planet, and he, along with several ministers accompanying him and all the soldiers, knelt before Yue Feng with tears in their eyes, saying, “Please return to the palace, Your Highness.”

An Yuanguang hid behind Yue Feng, one hand clutching Yue Feng’s clothes uneasily and his eyes also looking at those people in armour with vigilance.

The warship was huge and An Yuanguang was both scared and curious.
He was holding Yue Feng tightly, as if he knew something would change the moment they stepped onto the battleship, or as it was just a subconscious action because he was emotional.

The battleship had a room for Yue Feng, and one for An Yuanguang.
As the hero credited with saving the Crown Prince, Father An’s position was also instantly elevated by several ranks.
But the An couple did not feel joy, they were filled with bewilderment and trepidation, as well as a hint of unease about the future.

An Yuanguang did not go to the room that had been arranged for him; he followed Yue Feng into his room and followed him into his room at the palace.
No one raised any objections, and Yue Feng was also relieved.

But he felt relief too soon.

On returning to the palace, Yue Feng had a a lot to learn and was scheduled for classes every day.

When he returned to his chambers one day, An Yuanguang told him that he had to move out of his brother’s bedroom and could not sleep in the same room as him.
As soon as Yue Feng heard this, he knew that someone had said something behind his back; he did not agree and said that he did not need to listen to anyone else’s words.

An Yuanguang obediently stayed that night, but when Yue Feng returned the next day, An Yuanguang had left anyway, having been picked up by his parents.

When he went to the An family, they called him “Your Highness”.
For the past ten years, they had only called him that for the first two years on the planet.
Upon hearing this, Yue Feng knew that what could change, had changed.

And there was still something he had to do on the Capital planet.

Yue Feng entered the Military Academy, and if nothing happened, would become the new king of the Empire after graduation.
At the same time, he kept an eye on An Yuanguang and found that he had been placed in the best art academy in the Empire.

There, An Yuanguang learned to paint, that was his new hobby, and his talent was so good that even the professor praised him repeatedly.
On hearing this news, Yue Feng could not help but imagine An Yuanguang carefully holding his brush and sketching out world after world.

He thought of An Yuanguang when he was tired, he thought of An Yuanguang when he couldn’t hold on, he thought of An Yuanguang late at night and before he fell asleep.
He knew that his feelings for An Yuanguang had unknowingly changed.
It wasn’t a sense of duty that made him want to take care of An Yuanguang for the rest of his life, but a desire to mark him and make him truly his Omega.

It was love, and love required mutual consent.
But did An Yuanguang, who was different from ordinary people, know what love was? Did he know how to respond?

Yue Feng was caught in a tangle.
At the same time, an Omega, whom clamined to be his fiancé, appeared.
Yue Feng found it baffling at first, but then he remembered that he did have an Omega fiancé, the youngest son of the commander of the First Legion.
It was a verbal agreement with his father when he was still alive.

Yue Feng didn’t feel anything for that Omega, nor could he smell the pheromones that others said all Alpha’s couldn’t stand.
He just wondered, did An Yuanguang know that he had a fiancé? Would he feel jealous?

The more Yue Feng thought about it, the more he felt his heart beating extremely fast.
Although Xiao Guang could not say he loved him, he could judge and test him.
If he could prove a point, even if it was only a point, he was determined to take it to the next step, no matter how many people would object.

He could not wait, and after meeting that general and his son, went to the An family’s house.

An Yuanguang was painting in his room at the time, and was obviously happy to see Yue Feng coming.
Unlike his parents, he still intimately called him “brother”.
At the sound of his voice, Yue Feng’s expression softened and all the discomfort and fatigue he had felt since his return was swept away.

He chatted with An Yuanguang for a while, before asking after a lot of deliberation, “Xiao Guang, would you be unhappy if I live with another Omega in the future?”

An Yuanguang first nodded and then shook his head as he asked rhetorically, “Is it like my mum and dad?”

Yue Feng’s hand on his knee clenched into a fist, “Mmm.”

An Yuanguang lifted his head, looked at the ceiling for a moment, and then slowly asked, “Then can I still come and play with you later?”


An Yuanguang patted his chest reassuringly and smiled again, “That’s enough, I won’t be unhappy if I can still play with Brother.”

The light in Yue Feng’s eyes dimmed.
An Yuanguang went back his his painting, humming the same tune that he often used to lull Yue Feng to sleep, holding his brush and drawing on the canvas.

Yue Feng stared at him and finally stroked his hair, saying that he had come in a hurry today and had forgotten to bring a present, so he would have it delivered tomorrow.

An Yuanguang nodded obediently and watched Yue Feng leave the room.

After the door was closed, An Yuanguang still had a smile on his lips, but his eyes were full of mist.
Xiao Guang was a good boy, a good boy can’t be selfish, can’t get in the way of his brother’s happiness, can’t make him get questioned because of him …… If he wasn’t good, his brother wouldn’t want him anymore.
No one liked bad children.

At seventeen years, An Yuanguang finally learned to lie, and Yue Feng failed to see through the first lie he told for several years.

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