Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 829 - Merfolk Nest

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Chapter 829: Merfolk Nest


“What do you guys want?” Bai Qingqing asked.


Jean smiled proudly and said, “Of course it’s to kill your mates one by one.”


Bai Qingqing took in a deep breath, looking at Jean with a gaze as if flames were going to burst out of her eyes.


Jean felt even more proud and said with great hatred, “Your mate killed several hundred thousand merfolk and even killed my only mate from the land. I want you to experience the feeling of losing your mate as well!”


Bai Qingqing was taken by great surprise. Curtis had killed so many merfolk? When?


She quickly recalled that after Curtis sent her to the shore, he made another trip back into the ocean saying that he was going to settle the problem between himself and the merfolk.


So he had actually wiped them out.


With such a great feud, it was no wonder that Jean was relentless in finding trouble for her.


Seeing that Bai Qingqing continued to show no reaction like a male, Jean felt as if she had landed a punch on cotton flowers. She didn’t feel the exhilaration of standing on the side with the advantage.


“In view that little Curtis and King have made a deal, we won’t kill you in the end,” Jean said.


“Curtis is stronger than you guys are. You probably won’t be able to kill him.” Bai Qingqing smiled coldly and said.


Jean’s brows raised as she looked toward the lake, saying, “There’s no need for you to worry about that. I advise you not to think of escaping. These plants are killers in the water. If females were to enter the water, they’d die faster than a small fish would.”


Done with her flaunting, Jean led her mates away.


Bai Qingqing looked toward the lake. She had just raised her feet to take two steps in that direction when her hand was pulled back.


“Don’t go. The thorns in the water are poisonous,” said the little snake.


Bai Qingqing swung his hand away fiercely, turning to look back at him with a gaze filled with disappointment.


The little snake’s heart ached, but he then said firmly in his heart: I’m Curtis! One day, Snow will get used to it.


He even had their future thought out. If they were to give birth to children, he’d definitely get rid of them before they hatched from their shells. It was enough for there to be one Curtis in this world.


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