Quick Transmigration: I Just Want to Die

Chapter 26: The Puppet's Tale (13) Part 2

Ah Jin gently patted him up and down on the back until he calmed down.

Rong Yi repeatedly asked her not to do anything stupid in the future, and only after receiving her affirmative reply did he feel a little more at ease.

San Qi cursed in space.

"Scumbag! You're a scumbag who cheats on virtuous women and men."

"Shut up."

"I can not control you but still can not scold you? I'm going to cuss! Scum girl! Scum girl! Scum girl."

Ah Jin didn't care.

She just ignored it.

Everyone in the Marquis Residence was already at the entrance, ready to receive the Empress.

Even the Madam Marquis was immediately pulled out as soon as she came to her senses.

Soon the Empress's carriage arrived with guards in front of the road where eight horses drove side by side.

The carriage's four corners were engraved with different golden dragons.

The vehicle was covered with bright yellow curtains embroidered with dark royal patterns.

There were four palace maids on each side of the horse, and several Royal guards were behind the carriage.

When the carriage stopped at the entrance of the Marquis Residence, the eunuch came forward and proclaimed, "The Empress has arrived!"

The people of the Marquis Residence immediately knelt down and saluted, " Greetings to the Empress. Long live the Empress."

The Empress completely ignored the people kneeling on the ground as she was led by Huan Huan to Ah Jin's courtyard.

No one in the Marquis Residence dared to get up without the Empress' order.

Rong Yi heard the sound of bowing and saluting in the courtyard at that time.

He hurriedly dried his tears and helped Ah Jin out of bed.

The door was opened by a maid.

When the Empress saw that Ah Jin was about to get out of bed, she immediately took a few steps forward and pressed her back into bed.

The Empress looked at Ah Jin, who had tears streaming down her face and had white silk wrapped around her neck.

Her heart was filled with anger and pain.

She was angry at Ah Jin's weakness, seeking death at the slightest thing.

Others followed the procedure of "first is to cry, second is to make trouble, and three is to hang."

She was good, directly omitted the first two steps, and jumped to the third step.

Her heart ached for Ah Jin's body.

She was angry at the Marquis's people using filial piety to press people.

It was simply unforgivable.

It was only when Rong Yi knelt down and saluted that the Empress found him and saw that his eyes were bloodshot and swollen from crying.

Her heart felt a little better.

The Empress pressed Ah Jin, who wanted to get up.

"Anping, I have learned the whole story. Don't worry, I will make a decision for you. Don't say anything. The main thing is to get well."

Ah Jin's tears dropped like broken pearls and landed on the back of the Empress's hand.

"Xiao...  Shu."

The Empress patted her hand again.

"I understand. I will help you get him back. Do not cry."

She looked at Rong Yi again.

"You take good care of Anping here."

Rong Yi bowed again, "This subject follows the order."

Her Majesty was guided by the maid to the Marquis's Meeting Hall.

"Have someone call them all in to see this Empress!"

One after another, the people of the Marquis Residence entered the hall and knelt and bowed, " Greetings to the Empress."

The Empress slammed the hot tea she was holding in front of the Marquis.

The cup fell to the ground and shattered.

The scalding water carrying the tea splashed onto the Marquis's robe.

The Marquis felt a burning pain under his skin, but he didn't dare dodge it.

He could only prostrate himself and said, "Please let the Empress calm her anger."

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