A few examples:
Ch. 1 part 2
Her (Cheng Wan) neck was long and white as snow, it was a beautiful curve when she lowered her neck, at the same time it also symbolizes her humble obedience.
This action of hers has made Cao Xiong felt satisfying.
Ch. 2 part 1
She's (Cheng Wan is) not clever, sometimes blurry, the worse is she doesn't really pay attention, when anything happens, she doesn't have any idea on what to do. She only knows to be gentle and obedient.
Ch. 2 part 2
This woman is soft and obedient, she is just like a plant of dodder flower raised in Cao Xiong's room, can only be used for relaxing and decorate the scenery to be more pleasing. Even Cao Xiong himself thought the same looking at Cheng Wan.
Ch. 2 part 2
Obedient, that was his third thought. That attitude, within her softness there was a sense of obeisance that would satisfy a man.
Ch. 3 part 2
Before he met her, he already had some thoughts in mind. If she is obedient, then they will take her as their little sister, accommodate her to study on a university, and help her choose a great husband in the future, and we'll act as her maiden home. But, if she is a troublemaker, then he will let her live comfortably until she turns into an adult, and give her some money to do whatever she wants.
Ch. 3 part 2
Fortunately, Xia Rou looked like an obedient child. He hoped that she would behave like her mother and not make any troubles to the family.
Ch. 4 part 1
Seeing the child obediently listening to her advice, Lady Fang's expression wasn't as serious. Although she didn't like the child's status, she still pitied her for becoming an orphan; her eyes when she looked at her were friendlier now.
Ch. 4 part 2
Great, this girl is very quiet. If she could be this quiet forever, that would be best.
To give her food, clothes and shelter, and then let her study in a university. The way she looked now, she didn't seem to be troublesome.
Ch. 5 part 2
"She looks fine. She cried for a bit so she's probably still upset. Just give her some comfort. She even burnt some paper money for Aunt Cheng just now." He thought of it and added: "Quite sensible, and quiet."
Ch. 6 part 1
Cheng Wan's personality had always been as such. When someone exerted force, she would choose to simply be obedient. It was really luck that had brought her to Cao Xiong after she had been dumped by her former husband.
Ch. 6 part 2
In the eyes of an elder, an obedient child was usually lovely.
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...
Minor Tantalizing Villains That's Won't Die. The fact that Madam Zheng (I don't remember the step mother's name...) and Madam Li are a common occurrence that continuously pop up and annoy the MC and her family. I understand that they're family and all and it's for a more realistic pov but nothing so far has been done to mitigate their existence.
Typical Mary Sue... yes, it's kind of bothersome to see how many will just fall in love with the MC (at times) with no rhyme or reason. I get good impression but it's not just good impression she attained—she basically gets them as a whole on her 'side'. They'll ferociously defend her and is unable to see her faults at time.
The MC. It's written that her mental age is thirty something but she doesn't even act like an adult and more of a teenager who's about to hit their twenties/ or is in their early twenties. She's not bad, but it can be irksome at certain point when you're reading and you see her Mary Sue act.
MC's view. She's came from modern China (another timeline) and she's was sent to a more feudal time. Although it's not 100% Ancient China (due to the other transmigraters) the people still adhere to some of the orthodox ways of thinking. The MC's lack of comprehension (at times) can be very annoying. Yes, she's from a more modern time—where it's more open minded—but she's also a thirty something year old lady and fails to read the situation before saying anything. She often pushes her way of thinking and doesn't realize that she could get into a lot of trouble despite it being more lax than it had been in her timeline.
The number of gluttons... It was funny at first, then it turned to boring... The amount of time the same plot is spun makes it boorish and flat. She cooks something that isn't known within this time period: she gets attention, people like her, they praise her, she gets money from it, she draws in even more attention and goodwill. There's no 'treasuring a jade ring becomes a crime' when it comes to her.
'The Love Interests'. There isn't any but just seeing those who 'fall' for her pile up is... aggravating to read. It's very spurious. There is still the mentality where 'females shouldn't be so close with males'. It doesn't click in with the MC though (her modern mindset I guess... and lack of understanding the difference between then and now, other than when she's cooking and seeing which dishes aren't available currently). Truthfully, if it was from another person's POV, she would seem like a temptress, 'messing' with so many people of the opposite sex. (She's only 8-9 currently but at the rate the plot is repeated with people falling for her, it looks like it'll still be used in the later chapters as well.)
It may seem like there'll be a harem with how many guys are attracted to her cooking but she only ends up with the ML (the kid they saved from the shipwreck). If you're going to read for romance... probably wait until they get to the 200s for the chapters.