Until he gets mind-r*ped by our Female Lead, that is. Then it is an enjoyable transition from the Jerk to a vinegar eating wife-slave. I won't spoil more on it, but believe me, it's all in good fun. Even if once in a while you'd want to cover your eyes, just not to see his embarrassing side.
1. The Spacenetizens with their comments. A bit too many, a bit too much (who cares about fillers, we want The Plot!), but then I stopped skipping them and started reading more carefully (say, about half-way through) and found out that they are responsible for a good part of the face-slapping, laughs, and explanations. That somewhat abated my rage. Ahem, annoyance.
2. Female lead... is being forced to the verge of death or sustains really severe injuries way too frequently until she becomes strong enough (to kick most butts). And she becomes strong enough only about 2/3s in. Even my bones hurt when I read her sufferings, sigh. The saving grace of this mental torture is that it is logical: bullied to death until she can bully them back. Oh, and another one is that our hubby will bully them all in her stead until then.
A respected and revered female cultivator upon her sole friend's betrayal and consequent death transmigrates into a body of low-level Guide, who happens to be the best possible match as a Guide (and, therefore, marriage partner) for the Sentinel, who, in turn, happens to be the most illustrious, noble and obviously handsome youngest Major General of the Empire. Que the public rage and indifference (?) of the Major General himself and ??? of the newly-transmigrated cultivator. Oh, the first scene is actually their wedding ceremony, where the original owner of FL's body bids farewell to us (or possibly recovers the memories from her past life).
Guides and Sentinels could be considered evolutionary humans. They are not a different race, they are a unique group of humans who were able to 'awaken' their genes (glands), turning them in uh... sub-species? Their population in the whole outer space is very small (less than 20% for sentinels, less 10% for Guides), but Sentinels are the main (if not only) fighting force of the humanity, while the Guides... are... their relief, and I don't mean relief of the duty. Bed-warmer like relief. Ah, shoot, how could I forget that they are actually very important existence (though physically weak) and responsible for 'guiding (treating) ' and 'soothing' Sentinel's sea of conscience, which tends to get out the control once in a while? Well, you will see why I forgot that as you delve further into the chapters.
Another curious point about Guides and Sentinels is that they can't live without each other: if Sentinels' mental sea goes out of control, they become insane, or die. And Guides can't survive 'heat' period without Sentinels uh... fluids. I mean, Sentinels bite their Guides and calm their raging hormones through uh, saliva. Yeah, that's what I meant. Uh-huh, only that. (... Marking, biting... I've heard that somewhere before, hmmm?)
As you can imagine, our very capable, yet, a loner of a Cultivator is Not Happy with the way things are. What, Major General wants to divorce? Yes, please! Who needs those brutish arrogant jerks! Who said I can't be my own person and live well on my own? I'm a hundreds year old virgin and lived just fine without any Dao-partners! Who said only Sentinels can be strong? I'll guide you to the light to see the truth! That's actually a description of her actions, not her inner voice, FL is a serious type. A serious nerdy geek type.