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   Chapter 244 General Qi’s Mansion (Part One)

Eight-year-old Princess: Phoenix Reborn By Lan You Ruo Characters: 7067

Updated: 2020-01-04 00:13

When Yun Shang arrived at General Qi's Mansion, the gate of General Qi's Mansion was closed. A cold light flashed in her eyes. She asked Qian Yin to open the gate for her with the invitation letter.

"Who is it?" An impatient voice came from inside and the door was opened. The doorman was a little stunned when he saw so many people outside. "Who are you?"

"She is the wife of Prince Jing. we are here by the order of the Emperor. Call General Qi over!" There was no smile on Qian Yin's face. She was more like a servant girl who appeared to be arrogant.

The servant was surprised at the name of Prince Jing. He stretched his head, looked at the long queue again, and his eyes fell on the fancy carriage in front of the door. He seemed to turn around and talked with the people next to him before he turned back and said, "Please wait a moment, your highness. I've sent someone to inform the general."

Yun Shang poured a cup of tea and said calmly, "It doesn't matter. I'll just wait."

A somewhat cold and harsh tone fell to the servant's ears. The servant shivered and bowed to Qian Yin. "It's not that I don't allow you to enter the house. It's just that now that GeneralQi is patrolling the southern city's gate, I don't dare to make a decision. I have already informed the housekeeper, and I think the housekeeper will soon send someone to tell the general."

Yun Shang didn't respond. She heard more and more people gathered by the carriage. She pursed her lips and thought to herself, 'Qi Lang! How dare you bully me first!'. He told her that he had spent an hour on the inspection at the southern city gate. She believed that the servants had already informed Qi Lang of the big noise she made in the city. But Qi Lang didn't show up when she arrived in front of General Qi's Mansion because he despised her.

The tea was getting cold. Yun Shang asked Qian Yin to get in the carriage and boil another cut of tea. She boiled a pot of tea. When Yun Shang was halfway through the tea, she heard the horse's hooves coming from afar.

Yun Shang put down the teacup and straightened her dress. Then

seriously. After she entered General Qi's Mansion, she only sent one concubine to serve her.

Yun Shang smiled and looked at the woman, "Wanqiu is a beautiful and gentle name, and quite compatible with her. Is she Lady Qi? How does Lady Qi keep her looks so young? She seems to be in her late twenties. The wives of the rich families in the Imperial City, who are my friends, also focus on keeping a young look, are not as good-looking as you are."

The hand of Qi Lang holding the tea trembled slightly as if something came to his mind and he didn't look well. But Wanqiu, she looked a little pale.

Qi Lang then put down his teacup and cupped his hands in front of Yun Shang, "My wife has been somewhat ill recently. I was afraid that she would be sick and leave the ill to you, so I didn't call her here. Wanqiu is my... seventh lady."

"Really?" Yun Shang raised her eyebrows and put down the tea cup. She cast a glance at Wanqiu indifferently and said, "Oh, it's your seventh lady..." The sound was dragged down and there was a hint of mockery in the smile. After a while, Yun Shang sighed, "I guess the rules at the border are a little different from those in the Imperial City, am I right?" Then she took up her tea cup again.

Qi Lang clenched his fists and winked at the frightened Wanqiu, forcing her to leave the hall.

Then Yun Shang drank her tea quietly without saying a word again.

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