Uncontrolled Love

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Shu Nian who grew up in the orphanage dreamed of becoming a princess since childhood so that a prince will come to rescue him. In the end, the one who came was not a prince but a cranky 「master」 Xie Yan…

Xie Yan believed that he didn’t like men and unable to tolerate the advancement of the man beside him. Hence he tried to send Shu Nian away from his sight. However, unbeknownst to him that by sending him away, he also sent away the 「stabilizer」 to his temperament…

One wants to love him while one doesn’t want his love. 「Love」 between these two men, will they be able to achieve a common ground one day? It’s not like he never held men before but there are only two words to illustrate this feeling — very stiff. There’s nothing good about it!

It feels completely different when holding girls, girls are soft. Xiao Nian is very flexable, very lithe with a slim yet strong waist…

Quickly shaking his head to remove the vague idea of 「Xiao Nian seems to be better than girls」 to the outer space. Xie Yan turned pale and went back to the living room.

Associated Names
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不可抗力
Related Series
Love Late (Shared Universe)
A Round Trip To Love (Shared Universe)
Nowhere to be Found (Shared Universe)
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10/25/19 Anne Noh extra
10/25/19 Anne Noh v2c16 (end)
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izayaYY
izayaYY rated it
November 3, 2019
Status: --
I am not a fan of angst and melodrama. This novel has both aplenty. I loved the characters though... realistic, flawed and endearing. The author is very skilled at making her characters come alive, with their emotions so overwhelming and heartfelt.

What I did not like was the constant drama created by the author... drama just for the sake of drama. Halfway through the book, ShuNian already went through so much bullshit, that each new drama seemed more and more contrived and unrealistic. The mere fact that the author had to... more>> write an alternate ending, shows some incoherence and indecisiveness. Or else, why the need for another ending? Did frustrated readers threaten her at gunpoint? lol <<less
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AKookieForYou
AKookieForYou rated it
October 21, 2019
Status: Completed
Volume 1: 4 Stars

Volume 2: 3.75 Stars

"Shu Nian gave him a feeling of having a candy hidden in his pocket where others wouldn't be able to have a taste except for himself who had already enjoyed the deep and hidden sweetness."

This story is so bittersweet. One second everything is beautiful and happy, and the next I'm crying uncontrollably. There were a couple of scenes, especially the entirety of volume 2 chapter 2, that I wasn't a big fan of. Some of them felt like they were only put... more>> in for extra drama. But those didn't take away from my overall enjoyment of these novels. The ending was really sweet, and the extra scene was pretty funny. This duology was really good, and I look forward to reading more novels by Lan Lin. <<less
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Nom de Plume
Nom de Plume rated it
February 3, 2020
Status: Completed
I recommend reading this story only if you are interested in themes such as:

  • Tragedies of our own making
  • Inevitable love
  • Denial of being in love due to a taboo
  • Irredeemable mistakes
  • Accepting and fighting the taboo
  • Justifiable distrust in a romantic partner
  • Saving someone else from making the same mistakes
  • Complex negative feelings after a r*pe and how to face the perpetrator (x2)
  • Relationship where one partner always takes while the other always gives finally doesn’t work out
I don’t know how to rate this novel. The writing, plot, and even the ending are not ‘bad’. However, something... more>> about the execution left me unsatisfied and even upset. I agree with the view that some of the drama is unnecessary and there only for the sake of drama. I feel like the story had more potential to explore the themes presented better.

I also kind of wish the extra explored the last minute love rival rather than an oddly rushed ”happy alternative ending”. I would give 5 stars to see her regret her part in what happened. Well... it would also help certain characters have more depth. Really, the ending just needed to show long-lasting impact to the world beyond the male lead. Some characterization of other characters along the way wouldn’t hurt.

What I hate most about the alternative ending:

Spoiler

The impressionable orphan who thought he was in love with a straight man kept a positive relationship with the yaoi couple after he found out otherwise. Wtf? A bent man denied him by leading the boy to believe the man was not the same orientation. It is true that the man could never give the boy romantic love, but the boy who went to such extreme measures to keep the man by his side happily accepted this ending when the excuse was no longer valid? The Male lead allows someone who hurt his lover around his family? I *suppose* it can be presumed the boy moved on after much trouble.

I do like that the main couple seem to have adopted though... It was a nice touch that went back to the main characters origins. If only the adoption or at least donating money to orphanages also happened in the real ending.

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