Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight Chapter 998

Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight

Chapter 998 Warm Feelings Inside

Crystal’s POV:

After leaving the lounge, I didn’t return to the ball. Instead, I went back to my current accommodations cradling Arron in my arms.

I tried my best to avoid the crowd. Rufus had broken my mask, so I couldn’t take a more conspicuous route. It would be disastrous to bump into an acquaintance.

The whole palace was quieter than usual. Almost everyone was at the ball.

I shut the door and walked into the kitchen to cook some soup for my little guy. Arron felt much better after having the warm soup. He was not as weak as before.

I wiped his face with a towel and said in a comforting voice, “I’m sorry that you had to bandage yourself these past few days. I’m so sorry you had to go through this and were the target of other people’s gossip.”

“It doesn’t matter, Mommy. I don’t know why you asked me to do it, but I will listen to you,” Arron replied obediently.

My heart softened and my guilt increased. “If you want to go out to play, you can tell me. I will take you for a fun outing. Just a few more days, and we can go home!”

Arron nodded. “Okay. It’s my fault that I sneaked out today. I won’t worry you in the future.”

I was so happy that I gathered him in my arms and hugged him tightly.

“But Beryl hasn’t recovered her memory yet. Will she agree to go with us?” Arron’s little face was scrunched up in worry.

I considered it for a while and hesitatingly said, “We have to take her with us, whether she likes it or not. I can’t let her stay here. I believe that once we’re home, Beryl will recover her memory sooner or later.”

Arron frowned. “Don’t knock my sister out. It will hurt.” My lips quirked up in amusement. “Of course, I won’t. I’ll come up with an excuse to trick her into coming home with us.”

Although I had a*s*sured Arron, I wasn’t so sure myself. Beryl was sharp. It would be difficult to fool her with a simple reason.

If necessary, my only choice would be to inject her with sleep-inducing drugs that were not harmful to her.

Trying to keep Arron from worrying, I decided not to discuss the details with him for now.

“Mommy, don’t worry. Beryl will come home with us. Last time she came here, we played for a long time together. Although she has lost her memory, she still cares about you and likes you very much. She also asked many questions about you.”

“I know. Although Beryl didn’t say the words, I could sense it and understand her feelings. This is a difficult time for all of us. We’ll be fine once we get through it,” I said softly.

“Okay, Mommy. I’m glad you’re not sad anymore.” Arron picked up a biscuit and stuffed it into my mouth. “Mommy, your mood will improve after eating these sweet biscuits.”

I didn’t know if I should laugh or cry. Children were so sensitive to the feelings of those around them. I guessed he thought I was in a bad mood because I was silent the entire walk back.

I quickly chewed and swallowed the biscuit in my mouth, and then I said, “I’m not sad. Stop worrying. If we get the chance tomorrow, let’s go to see Beryl and bring her some of the desserts we baked.”

I would go meet my daughter only if Rufus wasn’t there. This time, my mask had fallen off my face and he was furious. I didn’t know what would happen in our next encounter. I couldn’t afford the scenario where Arron’s bandages came off and Rufus saw his face!

Suddenly, my subordinate walked in and reported that I had a visitor.

I was nervous it could be Rufus, so I instructed Arron to go to his room and lock the door.

He hastily grabbed two biscuits and rushed upstairs obediently.

After contemplating a while, I selected a silver mask from the bunch of masks Laura had given me. Although Rufus had already seen my face, wearing my mask gave me sense of security.

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