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The Tyrant Father's Pampered Daughter

Chapter 241 - What Should A Mother Be Like?

Chapter 241: What Should A Mother Be Like?

Translator: Atlas Studios  Editor: Atlas Studios

The child tiptoed to the window, stepped on a small round stool, and quietly climbed out.

Her figure swayed and she rode on the wind and flew off.

In the blink of an eye, her small feet stepped on Beauty Su’s courtyard.

At this moment, the door to the courtyard had long been sealed off by a few chains. There were even yellow talismans found somewhere that were pasted on the door.

Gu Nuo’er slowly walked into the inner hall.

The sorry state of the hall indicated the tragedy that had just happened.

There were also drops of blood on the ground, probably left behind by Beauty Su.

On the table in the middle was a medium-sized clay jar. There were also talismans pasted on the outside.

Gu Nuo’er went forward and waved her small hand. The talisman responded and gently fell off.

Gu Nuo’er had originally thought that the ghost would immediately fly out once he was released from the restraints

However, after Gu Nuo’er waited for a long time, there was still no movement.

The child pouted and said softly, “Hurry up and come out. Why are you hiding again?”

A faint cry sounded in the air.

A faint light flashed and Gu Nuo’er saw a small figure curled up in the corner of the hall, sobbing with his back facing her.

It turned out that the little ghost had run out long ago.

It made sense. He was a malicious ghost nourished by blood and ordinary talismans wouldn’t be able to suppress him at all.

Gu Nuo’er went forward and tilted her head. “Why are you crying?”

She didn’t expect such a little malicious ghost to cry.

This was because the ghost, which was filled with hostility, should only have the word ‘kill’ in his heart.

But now, this little malicious ghost in front of her had his own emotions and could even cry.

“Is it because… I’m a boy that my mother doesn’t want me…” His voice was filled with sobs and grievances, echoing in the empty hall.

Gu Nuo’er sighed. She sat on the ground with an obedient gaze. “This isn’t your fault. Beauty Su is too bad. She’s not worthy of being a mother.”

“What should… a mother be like?” The ghost turned around, his pale face covered in tears.

Even though his eyes were bloodshot and red, they were no longer as vicious as before.

“Oh, mothers… There are those who are like my mother, domineering and beautiful, protecting me wholeheartedly. There are also those who are like Mother Consort Yi, giving her child the best in everything.

“There are also those who are like Mother Consort Lan. Even if she doesn’t like something, she would still fully support her child in doing things that they like. There are still many, many more types! You’re just unlucky to have met a bad mother this time, but it’ll definitely be better next time!”

The ghost’s tears were still flowing. “Will there be a next time? You don’t have to lie to me. In my current state, the netherworld won’t accept me and I won’t be able to go anywhere. Not long later, I’ll be beaten until my soul dissipates.”

Gu Nuo’er placed her hands on her hips and puffed up her cheeks. “Who said that?! If that’s really the case, wouldn’t I have come for nothing?! With me around, I guarantee that I can let you reincarnate!”

The ghost’s eyes lit up. “Really?! Can I really have another mother? She won’t despise me for being a boy? She won’t abort me? Will she also hug me like how your mother hugged you?”

Gu Nuo’er nodded, her pink face filled with pride. “Of course. In your next life, you’ll definitely be able to be born into a good family. Come, stick your head over.”

The ghost trusted her very much and did as he was told.

Gu Nuo’er stood up and tapped his glabella with her finger.

In an instant, ice-blue water ripples bloomed from her fingertips and filled the room!

Gu Nuo’er’s black eyes were watery.

“Elder Sister, please wait!” The ghost suddenly shouted.

Gu Nuo’er retracted her small hand. “What’s wrong?”