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(Since when did she become a fortune teller?)

Liu Ying was unable to refute what Xu Yi said.

As the leader, he was unable to protect master; he couldn't even protect his own men.

If she hadn't appeared when she did, Song Jing would've already been a corpse and he never would've forgiven himself for that.

Ye Wanwan saved every one of them - he had nothing to say to this.

In the bedroom:

Ye Wanwan had just fed Si Ye Han his medicine and was about to help him change.

The man didn't have his usual terrifying, cold aura around him while he was asleep. The weak appearance of this powerful man actually gave off a harmless and gentle feeling.

It had been an entire day, yet there weren't any signs of Si Ye Han waking up at all.

She remembered that in her past life, Si Ye Han was in a coma for three months; he almost didn't make it. Thankfully, he wasn't injured this time, but there was significant damage done to his body and there could still be more hidden symptoms to come.

She wasn't sure how long he would remain unconscious before waking up...

Ye Wanwan was lost in thought when there came a knock on the door. *dong dong dong* A bodyguard walked in carrying food.

"Miss Wanwan, have a bite?" The little bodyguard had an obvious change in attitude towards her.

All the men under Liu Ying's command didn't display their displeasure on the surface, but the coldness and mockery in their eyes were unconcealable before.

"Alright, thank you. Just leave the food there!"

The little bodyguard placed the food down but didn't leave immediately. Instead, he stood there and seemed hesitant to speak.

"What is it? Is there anything else?" Ye Wanwan asked after noticing that he wasn't leaving.

The little bodyguard blushed like he was somewhat embarrassed then he scratched his head and hesitated before speaking: "Nothing, nothing, it's just that... that... Miss Wanwan... could you read my fortune for me please?"

Ye Wanwan was stunned. "Huh?"

Help him do what?

The little bodyguard quickly said, "You don't have to give me a 20% discount! Full price! Full price is fine!"

Ye Wanwan: "..."

Since when did I become a fortune teller?

"Is... is it okay?" the little bodyguard asked eagerly.

Ye Wanwan was somewhat speechless. It seemed like all those times she played make-believe were too believable; all these people actually believed she could read fortunes.

In her situation, she was able to read people's fortunes more accurately than fortune tellers. But the problem was that she didn't know just any random person's future!

For instance, this person in front of her.

Looking at this very unfamiliar face, there was nothing about this person that came to her mind, so Ye Wanwan could only reply perfunctorily: *cough* "I have rules and will only read fortunes of people who were brought to me by fate."

As for what counted as fate, that wasn't for her to say.

The little bodyguard could only leave with a face of disappointment after hearing what she said.

At this moment, a chuckle came through the door. "Miss Wanwan, could you read my fortune please?"

She wasn't sure when Xu Yi arrived, but he walked through the door.

When Ye Wanwan saw the visitor, she raised her brows - Xu Yi?

Ye Wanwan laughed. "Housekeeper Xu, don't tease me. I was just joking around with them. How could I read fortunes? That's too crazy! If I really knew how to read fortunes, why would I be in this state, huh?"

But the truth was that as Si Ye Han's right-hand man and one of the closest people to him, she knew everything about his fate...

At this moment, Ye Wanwan's expression became overcast all of a sudden.

Lately, she had been worrying about Si Ye Han's condition so she hadn't paid attention to Xu Yi. Now that Xu Yi brought it up, she remembered that what happened to Xu Yi... was quite tragic...


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