Addicted: Book Two – Chapter 105

Addicted: Book Two – Chapter 105

Taking Prince Charming Away

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The moment Bai Luo Yin and his guards of honor arrived at the entrance, Yan Ya Jing spoke to the group of beautiful women behind her. “Everyone, make sure to not let their hypocritical appearances mislead you; think about how they tortured us yesterday. Ladies, the time for revenge is here! Bring out the demeanor that us women from this new era possess. We must get back all the losses we suffered yesterday, plus interest!!”

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Addicted: Book Two – Chapter 104

Addicted: Book Two – Chapter 104

Perform only for me

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The group of soldiers that were once clamoring and shouting that they would not open the door for Gu Hai no matter what, were now all eager to get outside upon seeing the beautiful women. As for Bai Luo Yin, who initially wanted to leave, he unexpectedly changed his mind and waved his hands before settling in the center of the room. Then, he looked calmly at the person guarding the entrance way and said: “Block the door and don’t let him in!!”

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SAYE – Chapter 1

SAYE – Chapter 1

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The mobile phone in his pocket had been vibrating for a while, and after the fifth time in only three minutes, Jiang Cheng finally decided to open his eyes.

The coach bus had been on the road for nearly three hours now, and the sky beyond the window rested stilly—decidedly burdened with gloominess. Meanwhile, the young girl beside him was sound asleep with her forehead stitched incommodiously on his right-side shoulder as if it was a free-for-all travel pillow, rendering it downright paralyzed.

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Addicted: Book Two – Chapter 103

Difficulties for Groom Gu

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Along the way, Yan Ya Jing’s bicycle constantly swerved all over the place, causing her to nearly collide into Tong Zhe’s several times. Fortunately, there was enough distance between the front and the back of the bicycles, otherwise, a rear to rear pile up just like a dominoes effect would have occurred. Since she was little, this young lady had never touched a bicycle; having always had a chauffeur taken her to and from school until she grew old enough to drive herself. As a result of such an upbringing, it was inevitable that she learned how to ride a bicycle on the spot, with the person she almost crashed repeatedly appointed as her teacher.

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