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The Tyrant Father's Pampered Daughter

Chapter 80 - The Strange Shadow in the Cold Palace  

Chapter 80: The Strange Shadow in the Cold Palace

Ye Siming’s eyes were clear and his expression was cold and indifferent.

When he heard this, he carried Gu Nuo’er and left. He didn’t even look at A’Yun and Mu Shuzhen.

Only Gu Nuo’er leaned on his shoulder and waved her small hand. In the end, Ye Siming pressed her into his embrace and covered her head with his coat.

A long time after they left, Mu Shuzhen was still standing there, staring blankly at Ye Siming’s back.

A’Yun took a few steps forward and realized that Mu Shuzhen wasn’t following her.

She turned around and saw that she was in a daze.

Following Mu Shuzhen’s gaze, A’Yun couldn’t help but say coldly, “Mu Shuzhen, you’re really cheap.

“That’s General Bai’s adopted son, the princess’s personal guard in the future. He’s a few years younger than you, but you’ve already taken a fancy to him? You’re even staring at him. You’re really bold.”

Mu Shuzhen quickly turned around and said in a panic, “I didn’t.”

She then held the umbrella and rushed forward. A’Yun frowned. “You lowly servant, you don’t know your manners again. Who allowed you to walk in front of me?!”

Mu Shuzhen was not in the mood to listen to A’Yun’s scolding.

This was because she was still shocked by her discovery.

She was a cultivator and had followed her father to cultivate Dao.

Naturally, she could also see things that others couldn’t.

Although her cultivation was still shallow, it was not difficult to discover that Young Master Ye was actually…

Mu Shuzhen was filled with worry for the little princess.

The princess was so young and definitely didn’t know about this situation.

Should she tell the princess?!

On the other side, Gu Nuo’er brought Ye Siming to the coldest and most desolate place in the palace.

She pointed to a wilted old tree. Ye Siming took out his dagger and dug out the soil under the tree according to Gu Nuo’er’s instructions.

Soon, he dug out the second prince’s silver-colored high-quality metal box.

Gu Nuo’er opened it with her small hands, and in an instant, the silver that was filled to the brim revealed a faint glow.

She grabbed two silver ingots and smiled sweetly. “Look, I told you I have money!”

Gu Nuo’er then asked Ye Siming to bury the box again.

He frowned slightly. “Why did you bury the silver under the tree?”

Gu Nuo’er poked her face with her small hand and said, “Oh, Second Brother said that this way, Mother won’t snatch the money away.”

Ye Siming’s eyes flashed with confusion. In the end, he couldn’t be bothered to figure it out and decided not to ask anymore.

After putting the things away, Ye Siming carried Gu Nuo’er and was about to leave the cold palace.

Suddenly, he caught a flash of a figure from the corner of his eye.

Ye Siming’s senses were sharp and he immediately looked in that direction.

He frowned, his gaze revealing a cold and dangerous look.

Gu Nuo’er didn’t seem to notice it and looked up. “What’s wrong? Why isn’t Elder Brother Siming leaving?”

There were no footprints on the snow, let alone any figure.

There was only a light snow sprinkling down from the sky.

It was as if everything that had happened earlier was just his imagination.

He frowned slightly but didn’t say anything. He carried Gu Nuo’er and left the cold palace.

The two of them sat in the carriage and slowly arrived at the street.

Compared to Ye Siming’s calmness, Gu Nuo’er seemed much happier.

She leaned against the carriage’s window and pointed to the street happily, introducing the different places to Ye Siming.

Ye Siming crossed his arms and leaned against the carriage, nodding from time to time to show that he was listening.

Gu Nuo’er was about to say something when the carriage suddenly shook as if something had hit it.

The child was originally holding onto the window when the collision occurred. Her head looked like it was going to hit the carriage.