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Just as Mu An was about to leave, Xi Yaohui suddenly shouted loudly. Mu An subconsciously stopped and saw Xi Yaohui walking over with quick steps. Following that, he threw a strong slap on her face without even asking her.

"How could I raise such a heartless daughter like you?"

With a loud smack, his eardrums buzzed as they clashed. Mu An staggered a few steps from the punch, blood trickling down from the corner of his mouth.

The strength of this slap was too great. His teeth had broken his lips, and at the same time, what remained was only a sliver of kinship in his heart.

Does it hurt?

He was in so much pain that he wanted to cry.

But she wouldn't cry.

No one here would pity her tears. These people only wanted to see her make a joke of herself.

Xi Yaohui wanted nothing more than this disobedient daughter of his. As for Ding Huizhen, she wanted nothing more than for her to kneel down and beg him to give her a way out of this predicament.

She, Ding Huizhen, just enjoyed watching the two of them make a joke, and wished that she could torture them to death.

Only then would she be completely at ease.

Beg her?


Because she knew that no matter what she did, it wouldn't end well.

Since that's the case, then let's kill each other!

This time, even if she died together with her mother, she would not beg these people in front of her.

"Actually, I've also been thinking about how I could have a father like you. "If you are heartless, you might as well be an animal."


Xi Yaohui raised his hand again. Just as he was about to make his move, Mu An was still smiling.

"Beat me up! It would be best if you beat me to death. That way, you can pretend that you never had a daughter like me!"

"Don't think that I don't dare!"

Xi Yaohui's hand tightened tightly. He was angry and his eyes were filled with fire.

However, his hand didn't land on the ground for a long time. It was unknown what he was hesitating about, but after a long while, he closed his eyes and said coldly, "As expected, you are as incurable as your mother."

"You are!"

Mu An roared.

At that moment, his chest felt heavy, and he wanted to shout out hysterically.

It was clearly his fault. Why did he have to insult her mother?

"Xi Yaohui, you're the most heartless person. You're the complete hypocrite.

He clearly didn't want to cry, but he still couldn't help it.

In the end, the person in front of her was her biological father.

How could he not have any feelings?

The fatherly love that she had always hoped for but would never obtain should finally wake up after so many years!

"I, Wuqing? Why didn't she think about what I had done to her when she betrayed me? I can't take it anymore. You came back to complain to me about her grievances? "Then let me tell you, why do I have to look for your Aunt Ding? It's because your mom betrayed me first. I've been paying her medical expenses all these years. That's the greatest tolerance I can show to her!"

Cold, suffocating cold.

Be careful when the cold completely, that moment think oneself will suffocate to death.

"So, after so long, you still prefer to believe your eyes to not believe her feelings for you, even going to investigate the truth and carefully recalling her words." So, after so long, you still prefer to believe your eyes to not believe her feelings for you, even going to investigate the truth and carefully recalling her words. Are you satisfied? "

The last four words were torn apart by the sound of his throat.

All the grievances and grievances of the past few years, all the patience and patience, were vented out with this hysterical roar.

If the pain was numbed, it wouldn't hurt anymore.

He turned around with a smile on his face, but the moment he turned around, he saw a man bathing in the sunlight like a sun god.

He did not know when he appeared, but he was looking at her with those deep eyes of his. The beautiful eyebrows on his deep face were slightly knit together. He seemed angry, but also seemed to be in pain.

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