Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 991

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Chapter 991: Untitled


Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios


Curtis looked coldly at Parker, causing the latter to immediately shut up. His golden eyes moved around as he gloated.


“In this battle, Saint Zachary kept on dealing killing moves toward Muir, but was very forgiving toward Curtis, as if he was scared to harm him,” Winston said.


Bai Qingqing’s eyes opened wide in surprise. Her gaze toward Curtis instantly turned strange.


That couldn’t be. Did Saint Zachary take a fancy on Curtis? Although Curtis was very beautiful and effeminate, his character was clearly that of a dominant top in a relationship.


Curtis instantly felt disgusted as if he had eaten feces. If he knew what Bai Qingqing’s guess was, that disgust would probably be worse.


This matter wasn’t hard to understand. The reason Saint Zachary wanted to catch Bai Qingqing was to steal her body. It would be a matter of fact even if he were to steal one more.


When Winston heard Curtis’s words, he instantly understood. So did Parker. His gloating instantly turned into fury!


Bai Qingqing wasn’t from the same world as them. Although she was smart, she had never thought of using soul crystals to revive anyone. This resulted in her being the only muddled person now.


Seeing that she was in a daze, her eyes gleaming with intention yet a strange gleam, Winston explained, “The reason Saint Zachary wants to catch you must be to revive Chris. And he’s a rootless beast. Even if you were to become Chris, he still wouldn’t be able to continue the affinity with her. By chance, Curtis is powerful. Thus, he sets his eyes on his body as well.”


Bai Qingqing was stunned for a moment, then her face turned pale. She was clearly given a fright.


“That can’t be. I’m still alive, so how is he going to let Chris take over my body? Moreover, Chris’s body is still preserved perfectly.” Bai Qingqing shook her head and retorted.


Furious, Parker snuffed hot air from his nose. “How can’t that be? If males are pressured too much, they’d risk their lives even if there’s only one hint of hope. If you’re alive, he can first make you dead. His mate died several decades ago, so how could her body still be used? It must have failed, so he suddenly came to catch you.”


Parker’s guess was pretty close to reality.


Bai Qingqing’s body collapsed. She immediately thought of how Saint Zachary still wanted to possess Curtis’s body, and fury suddenly rose in her heart. “Despicable! Even if I were to die, I won’t let him get his way!”


Curtis’s viciousness instantly dissipated, and he pulled Bai Qingqing into his arms, glaring at her angrily and saying, “Who allowed you to die?!”


Bai Qingqing was given a shock, sticking her tongue out and saying, “I just said it in passing. I really can’t stand the way he grabs and seize by force.”


Curtis stroked her back which was covered with his snakeskin. All the females who had appeared in his legacy had died. What he was the most scared of was for something to happen to Bai Qingqing. Therefore, he was especially sensitive to Bai Qingqing taking her life lightly.


After patting her and covering her body with his scent, Curtis finally felt a little more assured. He said in a gentle voice, “You aren’t allowed to say such foolish things. With us around, you’ll live forever.”


Bai Qingqing broke out laughing. “Then, wouldn’t I become an immortal old monster who never ages?”


“What’s so difficult about that?” Curtis said without giving it any heed. Even Parker and Winston didn’t find his words arrogant.


Bai Qingqing accepted things after thinking about them.


That was right. In this world, the strong were revered. They could live on forever, and the green crystals were the miraculous medicine that could extend lifespans.


Taking green crystals could allow one to maintain their peak capabilities, which would allow them to continue to get stronger. As long as they weren’t defeated, they’d never fall.


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