Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight Chapter 881

Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight

Chapter 881 Perfect Heir

Crystal’s POV:

Perry, who was standing in front of me, was startled by my stern voice. Just when she was about to turn around, I quickly walked up to Beryl, blocking Perry’s sight. Then, I secretly used magic to extinguish the flame in Beryl’s hand.

“What happened?” Perry asked, her voice laced with fear. It was obvious that she was frightened by my rebuke.

“Nothing,” I told her. “Can you please go out and buy some cakes at the dessert shop for the kids?”

Although Perry was confused, she didn’t ask any more questions and eventually left.

When I was sure she was already far away, I immediately closed the door and the windows. Then, I took out a small stool for Beryl to sit on. “Sit down and reflect on what you’ve done. Otherwise, I won’t let you eat anything sweet for two months straight.”

“But you already asked Perry to go to the desert shop, didn’t you?” Beryl pouted. I could tell that she was quite aggrieved. “If you don’t let me eat, what will she do with the cakes?”

“Don’t look at me like that. I don’t want to hear any excuses.” I fetched myself a chair and sat across from her.

Beryl curled her lips and glanced at Arron, hoping to ask him for help.

“Don’t look at your brother like that. You know it doesn’t work,” I harshly scolded as I smacked the chair’s armrest with my palm. “You forgot your promise!”

Arron quickly reached out to protect his sister by burying her head in his arms. He gave me a worried look as he said, “Please don’t be mad at her, Mommy.”

I pressed my lips into a thin line. I almost couldn’t maintain a serious expression when I saw him like that. “I remember everything you said. You don’t want me to use magic especially in front of other people. But I really can’t help it sometimes. You should understand me more, Mommy. Am I not your beloved baby anymore?” Beryl asked as she stuck her head out and gave me a serious look. Even though she said she still remembered what I told her, she still looked unconvinced.

At that moment, my head began to ache. I didn’t know how to answer her.

Beryl was a cheeky little devil. She seemed to have perfectly inherited the black witch bloodline, and knowing that terrified me. Ever since she was a little child, she had been able to use magic and also had a strong interest in it.

I didn’t want to expose her bloodline. If the werewolf race were to discover who she truly was, we would be doomed. That was why I had been reminding her not to use her power and forbidding her to learn anything about witchcraft.

But the more I tried to stop her from doing so, the more rebellious she became. She would secretly study books about witchcraft on her own. She even learned basic witchcraft by herself and often pestered me to teach her high-level witchcraft.

I helplessly sighed. “Beryl, we made an agreement. You can’t just break your promise like that.” 

“I know it’s my fault that I didn’t keep my promise, but I didn’t do anything wrong, mom,” Beryl replied as she sat up straight and looked at me with her big, bright eyes.

“You’re not supposed to use witchcraft in front of others,” I said, trying to reason with her.

However, instead of agreeing with me, Beryl shook her head. “I’m not in the wrong here. Perry is always acting like this, and I don’t like it.”

“You should’ve told me then, Beryl. I’m willing to help you solve it.” I didn’t give in. I truly hoped that she would admit her mistakes.

However, Beryl simply wrinkled her nose and grimaced. “No.”

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