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Time Travelling: My Love from the Royal Family By Sha Manyao Characters: 6626

Updated: 2020-05-22 00:12


"Oh, really?" Felix became interested. "Is it because Aunt Harper is a terrible player at Go?"

"A terrible player?" Lucas blurted out with a plaintive look on his face. "Not at all. Even when Carlson and I cooperated as a team, we couldn't prevail against her. In fact, we had started the game as a match against Lilian, but Aunt Harper took over for Lillian halfway. We were about to win, but when she took over, we struggled to survive and she won at last."

"Really? Is she such an impressive player?" Felix didn't believe Lucas. "Come on, Lucas. You don't need to exaggerate about her to please Uncle Matthew, do you?"

"Trust me, Felix. I didn't lie. Her skills are on a par with Master Chodak's, and she only loses a few stones when playing with Uncle Matthew. Doesn't that mean she's a master at Go? If not her, who could possibly be considered a master?" Lucas said. He knew Felix didn't believe him, but he also knew Felix had never seen Harper play Go, so his skepticism was understandable.

"Speaking of Master Chodak, we haven't seen him for a long time. Why don't we pay a visit to him?" Felix suggested. Chodak was the imperial monk of the Bright Dynasty. As the crown prince, Felix could go and visit him to discuss Buddhism and the mysteries of life.

"All right."

When the two of them arrived at the imperial monk's mansion, they were told that Chodak already had guests there. "Who are the guests?" Lucas asked with curiosity.

"They are distinguished guests," the young monk guarding the door replied as he put his hands together. "At the moment, they are having a match of Go."

"Oh? Could we enter and watch the game?" Lucas asked in surprise. Few guests would dare to play Go with Chodak.

The young monk hesitated for a moment and said, "He has ordered that no one should disturb them."

"We won't disturb them. I promise. We will only stand by and observe quietly," Lucas said. He cajoled the young monk into taking his word.

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not what I'm worried about. It's his business," Harper replied indifferently. "I'm talking about another person."

Silence reigned for a long time. There were only a few people in the world that Harper cared about, and now she was worried about one of them. Instantly, Chodak recalled a man. But he did not say his name out loud. He just asked, "Have you ever heard the proverb which says that one man's poison is another man's meat?"

Harper paused for a while before she said, "Maybe I'm overthinking it. He's not an idiot. In fact, he's even cleverer than me. Chodak, shall we play another round?"

"Why not?" Chodak said as he began to pick up the stones. "As long as you won't humiliate me if you win again."

"Ahem! Ahem!" Harper had a choking cough. Lilian quickly patted her back softly and said, "Don't fall for his tricks. You must win."

Looking at Lilian, and then Chodak, Harper felt complicated feelings stirring in her heart. Chodak did not have feelings for Lilian. To be more precise, he would not allow himself to have feelings for any woman. Lilian was doomed to have a painful time if her heart was truly set on him. Harper knew perfectly well that she was an outsider, and that she had better not interfere. It was better to let the problem be resolved by the two people whom it concerned.

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