Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 835 - Jean Died

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Chapter 835: Jean Died


Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios


“You won’t continue looking for him, right?” Parker asked, feeling worried.


Bai Qingqing immediately said, “How is that possible?! I meant what I said earlier. In the future, I won’t acknowledge the other little snakes even if I come across them,” Bai Qingqing said seriously.


“That’s good,” Parker said. “If you can’t bear to do this, I’ll be on Curtis’s side the next time this happens.”


“I understand,” Bai Qingqing said meekly.


Curtis brought some blood-clotting medicinal herbs at the fastest speed possible. When he heard what she said, the ruthlessness in his eyes dissipated a little.


When Bai Qingqing heard the sound of water, she immediately looked over.


“You’re back?” Bai Qingqing held onto her neck and smiled at Curtis, trying to curry up to him.


Curtis threw a cold glance at her, then turned to pass her, moving over to Parker’s side.


Bai Qingqing’s heart instantly sank, and a few lines of a song appeared in her mind:


Chinese cabbage~ Yellowing in the ground~ Children of two to three years old~ Lost their mother~


Curtis handed the medicinal herbs to Parker and then turned to leave again.


“Where are you going?” Bai Qingqing quickly asked.


“To kill the fleeing merfolk.” The snake figure disappeared into the night as the last word left his mouth.



King brought Jean into the nest in the water. Jean quickly packed her beautiful clothes and some accessories. When she turned and saw that King was standing quietly there, not moving, she felt very angry.


“Quickly pack up and leave.”


“We aren’t leaving.” King straightened his body and looked down at her.


Only then did Jean notice that he wasn’t right. She changed her expression and softened her tone a little. “I was too fierce just now. Don’t be angry at me now. Let’s flee first. That snake beastman will catch up soon.”


King’s lips curled up, revealing the first smile since he met up with Jean once again. However, this made Jean feel even more unsettled.


“I said that we aren’t leaving.” King half-knelt on the ground, gently tidying Jean’s messy hair.


“You don’t have any other people to order. There’s only the two of us now. I have to stay by your side and can’t deal with the people you detest. Therefore, we aren’t leaving.”


Jean’s countenance changed drastically. “Are you going to let Curtis kill me?”


“That won’t happen.” The smile on King’s face didn’t disappear since it first took place.


Water brims only to overflow, the moon waxes only to wane. The overly blissful smile on King’s face had a strong ominous feeling.


Jean moved back a little, appearing a little nervous. “I won’t look for Bai Qingqing anymore. Shall we return to the ocean? We’ll give birth to a new group of little mermen.”


King pressed his hands next to Jean, crawling up onto her body, and shook his head.


“No. I’m tired. I was utterly hurt when you left ten years ago. My wish has been fulfilled now that I managed to find you again. All these days are the extra time I’ve won…”


As King said this, he reached out and grabbed Jean’s neck, slowly tightening his grip.


The blue-haired lady under the young man put up an intense struggle but gradually lost strength, turning limp.


The young man let go of her, planting a kiss on the young lady’s purplish red lips. Two drops of glistening tears fell from his eyes, landing on the young lady’s face, turning into round and clear crystals.


“I told you, I won’t leave you. I’ll never leave you…”


King stroked his mate’s face, exposing two sharp fangs from his mouth, biting off the young lady’s beautiful lips…


When Curtis found the cave in the water, what he saw was a pile of fresh and bloody bones, as well as a headless merman’s corpse.


The flesh was completely eaten up, leaving a clean set of bones and bright blue hair.


The merman’s stomach was stuffed full. Judging from the blood on his hands, he had plucked off his own head.


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