she's someone who is supposed to have no sin, but as far as I could tell... She should have 'pride' as a sin. Plus there's no way that someone is as pure as to have committed no sin, unless you didn't live at all. It's not like she's humble or modest, you can say. She blatantly blows herself up at any chance she gets, constantly reminding us, readers that she's a 'great' doctor and has lived for 20 + 2 years. It's too a point where it is the ticket for her to go the Imperial Palace (I forgot what it's called.) so that her father can go show her off to people. But when they get there, she's abandoned by her 'doting' father and is left to the wolves, who only want her as to climb up the hierarchy.
Not only did she decide to hide in a rose bush that would have stabbed you and left many holes, she stepped on the ML and act as if she's never experienced contact with a body before. Also, her 'doctorly' actions were poor and you probably wouldn't want her as your doctor.
Moving on from their initial encounter that was crudely done, it goes onto the MC's and ML's interactions that are as flat as Salar de Uyuni. The ML's attraction to the MC is that she makes his blood 'pump' because he has a condition where his heart isn't normally pumping blood. (Makes you kind of wonder how he's survived this long) Meeting the MC and drinking her blood (which tastes like chocolate (strange to say)) triggered the attraction. Then it turns strange but isn't bad, where the ML is an 'm'. The sounds of whipping made him feel excited. Just prostrating himself on his knees before her was making his blood pump faster than normal for him. *cough*
She then gets a 'wicked' idea after that little part to bite him as he wanted her to, to scare him. (Like... Did you forget that he's an 'm'? You're basically gifting him a present there 😂. Her luck is as bad as ever, getting caught by her father as she straddles the ML. It really makes you wonder what the f*ck is actually going on and does the author remember that they're very young children?
Not only did they make up in the worst kind of way ever (with the MC acting totally OOC and not for her age), with a pointless red blanket/ sheet thrown over her father and her mother coming in to see this... like that's another sin there already for the MC, deceit. Ahem, but going on... aren't you a vampire? So how could you not tell that your lover is dead or not? Not only did you fail to use your senses, the make up was just a 'total misunderstanding' with both side not wanting to speak to each other...
even the death of their father, Shu Chang was skimmed over and he was an important figure in the novel. Missing out on the birth of the children... I don’t know it felt kind of halfassed? Tbh, that’s just my view