The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 34 (Part 1)

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Chapter 34: The Crown Prince Awakens (Part 1)

Qin Yi got up and supported his head with his hand as he frowned as he endured the waves of dizziness. After the dizziness finally passed, he looked at his warm hands that could touch things and could not get used to it for a while.

He had returned just like this?

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A series of bad luck…

So… No post was uploaded… Let me explain…

  • Laptop cannot boot up (logic board crashed)
  • Lost an almost completed chapter (4 posts) and other important documents
  • Replace logic board -> connection problem with screen
  • Screen is viewable at 15degree angle… which is !@#$%^&* (screen needs to be change)

Since my laptop is no longer under warranty (5 years old), total service cost is $1,300! And there would only be 3 mths warranty for the logic board and screen.

  • Decided to buy a new laptop ($2,000 poorer)
  • New laptop is current OOS
  • Stock coming in next week (PLEASE!!!)

And editor for Jade Pendant, Larkspur’s laptop is currently in ICU mode…

*Sighhhhhhhhhhh*

Will be back on 23rd May.

My apologies!!!!

The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 33 (Part 4)

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Chapter 33: Everything Returned (Part 4)

In fact, Old Chu Furen could somewhat guess the Prince’s and Prince Consort’s thoughts. Their County Princess was indeed somewhat… Arrogant and wilful. The Prince residence was considering selecting a few study companions, so that her temperament could be managed, and if the residence of Prince Huai Ling was successful, it would be ideal to bring the two study companions to the Eastern Palace. However, Old Chu Furen was not happy that the Prince residence had such thoughts. She was not willing to see her family’s Di-daughter be a puppet for the County Princess. In the future, one feared that after giving birth, the child would not be able grow at their side. Rather than being a concubine for others, it would be better to be the County Princess’ official SaoSao. As such, this would be considered to be in the same boat, and was even better than being part of the dowry.

When Old Chu Furen told Marquis Chang Xing about it, both of them hit it off. Of course, if the Prince Consort really wanted to look for a companion for County Princess in the Eastern Palace, it was not that his Chu family could not afford a person. For instance, Third Young Lady who had a charming figure and knew how to flatter, would be very suitable. As long as Chu Jin Yao truly became the Heir Consort, Old Chu Furen was completely willing to let go of a young lady.

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The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 33 (Part 3)

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Chapter 33: Everything Returned (Part 3)

Madam Zhao and the rest were taken aback by Marquis Chang Xing. Madam Zhao asked hurriedly, “Why so loud suddenly? What is the matter?”

Marquis Chang Xing had already stood up in excitement and started circling, “It turned out to be Tang GongGong! Heavens, Tang GongGong actually graced his presence. He actually arrived in TaiYuan!”

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The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 33 (Part 2)

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Chapter 33: Everything Returned (Part 2)

Old Chu Furen had been worrying about this for many years, and now Chu Jin Yao appeared. She had watched coldly for so long, and had to admit that one feared that Chu Jin Yao was that person she had been looking for. Chu Jin Yao’s identity, appearance and temperament were all suitable. Even though she did not grow up in the Marquis residence for the first thirteen years and was not close to the family, Chu Jin Yao could even save a little child that she did not know, then what about her family clan? Old Chu Furen was not worried that Chu Jin Yao would forget her roots in the future.

What happened today made Old Furen make up her mind to shift her focus to Chu Jin Yao’s education for the future. Naturally, the Marquis residence’s resources would follow as such. Even though Chu Jin Yao was not raised from young and her etiquette and sewing was slightly worse than the other young ladies, she was only thirteen. So everything was still possible. Old Chu Furen felt great regret when she thought about this. If there was no Chu Jin Miao, Chu Jin Yao would have been able to grow up in the Marquis residence. Why would there be all such nonsense? Old Chu Furen felt frustrated as she thought about the pair of evil people of the Su family and how Chu Jin Miao even dared to play tricks under her nose. Her expression became serious as she thought about it.

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The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 33 (Part 1)

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Chapter 33: Everything Returned (Part 1)

Chu Jin Yao’s incident on the street had alarmed a number of people, so after they returned to the residence, Old Furen deliberately retained Madam Zhao to ask in detail.

“One had heard from the servants that the journey was not peaceful today. What happened?”

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The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 32 (Part 3)

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Chapter 32: Mysterious Guest (Part 3)

When this group of people were far away, Madam Zhao, Madam Yan and the rest the breathed a sigh of relief, “They are finally gone!. One’s life is fortunate. Fifth Young Lady was very rude to that GongGong, but he did not care.”

Even Madam Zhao recited Buddhist chants, “Amitabha. It is really the blessing of Bodhisattva. Jin Yao, you are just too reckless. It is fortunate that GongGong was magnanimous and did not pursue it with you. Upon returning to the residence, you must sincerely offer two incense sticks to Bodhisattva.”

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The Crown Prince in the Jade Pendant: Chapter 32 (Part 2)

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Chapter 32: Mysterious Guest (Part 2)

“Jin Yao, don’t look. These matters will be handled by the family and you do not need to worry about it.” Chu Jin Xian whispered by Chu Jin Yao’s ears.

Chu Jin Yao recovered to her senses and nodded slightly before withdrawing her gaze and no longer paid attention. She was somewhat emotional. It turned out that that only by having power could she have the qualification to seek fairness. If she was still the past her, how would she dare to think about it?

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