Well before I began, I would like to say that this story doesn't belongs to romance genre alone.
Romance makes an incredibly small part and simple background in most of the plots.
After chapter 200+ the story starts focusing on sci-fic. A badly written one.
A man who wants to dominate the world. He has a base on moon with few top scientists. He threatens the earth by closing to drop satellites on them. MC stops them by hacking into their computer and destroying all sats. Similarly you have Bio-Tech like artificial. heart, memory trasnplant etc.
The MC and her Deus ex machina are prevalent throughout the story. Except few logical decisions, most of them are info she got through hacking. Sometimes she will find another piece of important data while finding a different one. In short, a chain of coincidences, chances and bullsh*t luck.
The ML is a love struck fool. In earlier few chapters he is shown as a ice cold statue. A 100 chapter later, simply touching MC head puts him on cloud 9. And trust me, the transformation is anything but smooth. It's forced, it's fast and it's abrupt.
They have a son. Earlier I was hoping he would have more screen time or play some important role. But the only role he plays is during first 100 chapters, when MC wants his custody and wins a challenge by create a prosthetic arm.
MC is shown as a genius computer sciences. Especially hacking.
The author knows nothing about hacking. All his knowledge is from common media. That is, not a ounce of truth. Hacking is shown as an important part, but at the same time it's sidelined. This is incredibly frustrating. Plus simply learning about computer doesn't makes you a hacker...
The author could have handled romance similar to Hidden Marriage, which focused more on crime rather than science. But their the author knew his priorities and got the romance most if the time right. Although the crime was a bit more than required. But here the author is writing a bad science fiction and suddenly realising that it was suppose to be romance! So he goes and adds a kiss scene or two with a bit if one sided sweet talk.
Plus as the structure progresses the science stuff gets incredibly frustrating. It's hard to describe it but it gets simply boring.
The enemies are Xianxic. They gate MC for s*upid resins, and then you have a blood feud. Which ends when MC destroys their while house. Funny thing? They only know how to murder. Most if their better plans are accidents, kidnapping, and sending assassins, all with the goal to murder her. ughhh... at least come up with something different.
But overall it's a good read, if you ignore the above crap. :p
Finally, I am ending the review...a rather bad one at that.
Apparently he sacrifices his waste martial spirit to gain an OP martial spirit, which probably belongs to some ancient cultivator. His spirit can upgrade its rank, so he starts from the bottom and slowly levels it up to the top
Although in Ming Realm, (just below Immortal) he does uses runes to re-create his world. Later on the runes are sometime integrated into his attacks.