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The Tyrant Father's Pampered Daughter

Chapter 476 - 476 Four Seasons Sweet Shop Opens!

476 Four Seasons Sweet Shop Opens!

Gu Nuo’er didn’t know what Xie Yinxiang and Lord Xie had talked about.

However, two days later, she heard something.

Xie Liuhua and her mother were chased out of the Xie Manor by Lord Xie!

In fact, in order to completely cut ties with them,

Xie Xingli submitted a memorial and asked Gu Yihan to deal with Third Zhang seriously.

No matter how much Xie Liuhua cared about her reputation, she had become the laughingstock of the entire capital.

However, this was not something Gu Nuo’er cared about.

Xie Liuhua was such a bad person. Even if she ended up on the streets, she only had herself to blame.

On the day of early autumn’s arrival, the sky was clear and the air was refreshing.

The air was filled with the fragrance of burnt leaves.

Gu Nuo’er liked to step on leaves everywhere during autumn.

Listening to the crisp sounds, the child felt very satisfied.

Coincidentally, today was the big day of her store’s opening.

Gu Yihan had sent someone to send over a signboard early in the morning.

According to Gu Nuo’er’s request, he personally wrote down the name of the shop—

Four Seasons Sweet Shop.

On the day of the opening, the second prince first sent someone to deliver 18 firecrackers.

It was lively and noisy, with the sounds spreading through the west street.

Almost everyone knew that Princess Yaoguang, Gu Nuo’er, had opened a shop selling sugar cakes here.

Not only that, but the various princes, nobles, and even third-grade officials worked together to add to the little princess’s shop.

If someone had evil intentions and wanted to rob and take advantage of others…

They would think of Third Zhang, who had already died tragically from being dried under the sun.

Who would dare to touch the princess’s small shop? It wasn’t like they were tired of living!

Ye Siming also came to the shop today to accompany Gu Nuo’er.

He watched as the child ran up and down, calling out to her acquaintances sweetly one moment and introducing sugar cakes to others like a shopkeeper.

Ye Siming smiled. He liked her serious appearance.

There were also people who didn’t want to buy pastries and only wanted to find an opportunity to get close to the princess and talk to Gu Nuo’er.

The child enthusiastically introduced five to six sweet pastries to one of them.

Not only did the other party not buy the sweet pastries, but he also kept wanting to pinch Gu Nuo’er’s small face.

Ye Siming would block him every time.

In the end, he couldn’t take it anymore and pressed a hand on that person’s shoulder. As he approached, he gritted his teeth and whispered, “Are you buying or not? If not, get lost.”

This young master was frightened by Ye Siming’s hostility.

He quickly turned around. “I’ll get everything that the princess introduced just now.”

Even though he paid the bill quickly, he was still pushed out by Ye Siming the moment he took the pastries.

Gu Nuo’er waved her small hands. “Elder Brother Siming, you have to treat guests warmly~”

Ye Siming sneered. “He has ulterior motives. I’m already very gentle for not hitting him.”

The little thing had introduced the shop’s pastries to him so seriously.

That person actually dared to think of touching her face?

The more he thought about it, the angrier he felt.

Why didn’t he kill that guy just now?

Ye Siming was silent.

At this moment, Xie Yinxiang arrived at the shop. Gu Nuo’er quickly went to greet her again.

“Elder Sister Yinxiang, you should have some fun with the lantern writings too!”

Gu Nuo’er stuck out her butt and took the initiative to hand Xie Yinxiang a lantern with lovely flowers and a full moon.

Xie Yinxiang pursed her lips and chuckled. She felt that the idea that Gu Nuo’er had come up with was really novel. There was no harm in giving it a try.

She left a sentence on the lantern: Floating duckweeds have no reliance.

Then, Gu Nuo’er placed the lantern back on the shelf and waited for the next person to come and receive Xie Yinxiang’s writing.

At this moment, Ning Chudie looked at the door. “Princess, there’s a monk in front asking for alms. However, the queue at our door is too long. I think the queue is blocking his path.”

When Gu Nuo’er heard this, she picked up a plate of sugar cakes from the cabinet and ran out.