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"SPOILED GIRL" SEASON 7, EPISODE 65"


Spoiled Girl

Season 7

Episode 65

(He is not willing)

"Of course." It was difficult for Emily to make up her mind between the two choices, but eventually she said it out loud. "I don't like him."


She was trying to convince not only Sean, but also herself.


Sean lifted his lips with satisfaction. "Okay, good, but you have to tell him yourself. And then you need to ask him to leave and snuff out the candle of hope he carries around in his heart."


Emily closed her eyes and nodded in an assuring manner, "Okay, brother. I will." The basement was more of a bunker, all concrete, bereft of natural light and no personality. Near the ceiling were long low windows, no wider than the slits in a castle turret but lying on their sides.


Without any circulation of air the stagnant aroma made it feel like a dungeon.



Before taking Emily inside, Sean asked his men to install some lights and aerate the basement.


At first glance, Emily noticed Jacob sitting at the corner. From the looks of it, he didn't seem to have any injuries which relieved her initial worries.


"Seventh, how... how are you?"


The moment Jacob saw her, the light of hope in his eyes lit up. He spoke to her in a hoarse voice, "I am fine. I'm glad you are here."


Seemingly exhausted and wearied, his eyes were bloodshot, as though he had not slept for days.


Perhaps Sean had taken Emily's feelings into consideration which was why he left Jacob unhurt. However, every moment Jacob spent down there was painful to her.



Having spent a lot of time down here on his own, Jacob had the chance to think about many things.


How would Sean treat Emily?


Why would Emily become Cloris? He still remembered that night. The night she had her memory back.


Having noticed their intimacy, Sean was dissatisfied again. He said to Emily impatiently, "Hurry up. Don't forget what you are here for."


All of a sudden, Emily came to herself. Shame and unease appeared on her face as she remembered her real purpose. She tried to avoid Jacob's soulful gaze knowing that what she was about to say would break him.


"Seventh, now that you have regained your memory, I think it's time for you to go home..."


But before she could finish her words, Jacob cut her short, "You are trying to kick me out, aren't you?"



"No..." Emily looked away, burdened by the guilt of what she had said. She bit her lips and slowly said, "Your family must miss you very much. I hope you can get back to them as soon as possible."


"But you are my family."


"I... I am not your family."


Emily's eyes scrambled around the room, trying to run away from his. "Anyway, you shouldn't stay here anymore."


She realized that Sean must have discovered how she felt about him, otherwise he wouldn't have been so outraged that day.


The longer Jacob stayed there, the longer his life would be at risk as Sean would never accept him. All things considered, she would rather he left at once, even though she wouldn't seen him anymore. But at least, she could ensure his safety.



The room went dead silent. Just two people locked in an endless gaze.


Jacob knew it was Cloris standing in front of him, but he wasn't willing to move his eyes from her. Inside that body, was the soul of his one true love.


Despite that fact that she wanted him to leave for the sake of his own safety, Jacob wasn't willing to make that compromise.


He didn't know what Sean had promised her, but he was certain that there was no way Sean would leave him safe and sound. Only a pure soul like Emily, or to be more specific, the teenage Cloris, would fall for his fabricated lies.


Emily was afraid that Jacob would keep asking things she wasn't capable of answering, so she took Sean's arm and led him to the door, as if to escape. "All right, I am done. Let's leave this place!"


"Fine," answered Sean, looking at her deeply as he held her hand and walked away.



Watching them leave together was the single most painful sight Jacob's eyes could behold. He stood there, face incandescent with rage and his entire body outlined in a shimmering nimbus of terrible light.


Sean was about to get rid of Jacob, but there was something urgent that needed to be dealt with right away—Emily's personality would sometimes switch on and replace Cloris's.


He tried to put both personalities to a test. Emily's personality could feel the existence of Cloris's, but Cloris's didn't. Every time Emily's personality took control, Cloris would be in deep sleep. Moreover, in Sean's perspective, Emily's personality was full of flaws. She was extremely biased towards Jacob, while she had a violent temper and a hatred towards Sean.


When Emily opened her eyes from sleep and saw the man lying next to her, she grabbed the bedside lamp and struck Sean on the head, without hesitation.



"Boom!" A loud sound broke the silence.
Although Sean saw it coming, he failed to move away from it in time. Struck by the blow, blood gushed out of his forehead and spread all over the bedsheet.


Covered in his own blood, he raised his hand and wiped the blood off his eyes. Staring coldly at Emily, he sneered, "Have you had enough, Emily?"


She looked back at him coldly, with not a single trace of remorse on her face. As blood streamed out of Sean's forehead, Emily laughed out loud in pleasure and satisfaction.


"It's never enough. If you dare to do anything to Jacob, I will kill you." Emily wrapped her hands around her own neck and continued, "And I will kill her too."


Sean knew what Emily was talking about. She was talking about Cloris, the apple of his eyes.



"Boom!" A loud sound broke the silence.
Although Sean saw it coming, he failed to move away from it in time. Struck by the blow, blood gushed out of his forehead and spread all over the bedsheet.


Covered in his own blood, he raised his hand and wiped the blood off his eyes. Staring coldly at Emily, he sneered, "Have you had enough, Emily?"


She looked back at him coldly, with not a single trace of remorse on her face. As blood streamed out of Sean's forehead, Emily laughed out loud in pleasure and satisfaction.


"It's never enough. If you dare to do anything to Jacob, I will kill you." Emily wrapped her hands around her own neck and continued, "And I will kill her too."


Sean knew what Emily was talking about. She was talking about Cloris, the apple of his eyes.



Although Cloris was long dead, her soul wasn't. She was still very much a part of this world, hiding inside Emily's body.


"Are you threatening me?" Sean sneered. His face darkened and his eyes turned a shade darker.



Emily was far from being her old self.
As a striking contrast to her calm and
collected self, she was extremely hy per and paranoid at the moment. So much that she didn't even care about her own life.


"Yes I am threatening you. Haven't I made myself clear yet? Are you sure that you can keep an eye on me at every second? Or I could just tell the other personality in my body what kind of a sick monster her brother really is?"


"Shut up!" Sean snapped at her. He could not longer stand her idle threats, so he had to inject her and put her to sleep.


A darkness came over Sean as he watched her lying on the bed quietly. After a while, he got up and started to take care of his wound.


Emily had been asleep for ten hours this time. When she woke up again, it was still Emily's personality in charge. So Sean injected her again, waiting for Cloris to make an appearance.


After a few more times of repeating this process, Emily's body finally broke down, indicating possible future complications.


Worried that he might cause her permanent damage if he carried on like that, Sean decided to keep her restrained on the bed until he could figure out what to do next.


Disappointed, he walked out of her room and lit up a cigarette at the doorway. The joy of anticipating Cloris's arrival was replaced with perturbation and anxiety.


Lately, Emily's personality had been taking control over her body more often than Cloris's. This was starting to cause uncertainties to Sean's plan.



He was afraid that eventually Emily's personality would dominate control over the body and dismiss Cloris's personality completely.


Sean could never allow that to happen. Not while he was still breathing.


He spent years after years studying and plotting Cloris's return. How could she disappear like that? All the while, Sean was careful not to cause Emily any harm.


After all, she was the domain personality of the body that Cloris was living in.


What could he do to awake Cloris again?
While he was lost in deep contemplation, he suddenly heard Emily's frightened voice coming out of the room. "Brother? Brother! Why did you lock me up? Is anybody out there? Help me! Please!"


Sean's heart shook within him. Without further reflection, he rushed into the room. He felt a sense of relief when he noticed the familiar look on Emily's face.
'She is Cloris! I am sure of it!'


At long last, his sister was back again. "Did I hurt you again?" Cloris asked nervously, as if she had done something wrong, "I don't know what I have done. Am I a monster, brother?"
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