Beauty and the Beasts - Chapter 1567 - Uncontented With Her Lot

Chapter 1567 - Uncontented With Her Lot

Chapter 1567: Uncontented With Her Lot

The three eagle brothers helplessly and dazedly stood by the side.

Muir lifted Huahua from the ground and skillfully patted her back and coaxed her. However, not only was it not at all effective this time, the more he coaxed Bai Zhenbei, the harder she cried.

In the end, Bai Qingqing could only take Huahua from him and say, “We’ll go back first.”

“Mm.” Muir didn’t look offended. “Hurry up and go back.”

Bai Qingqing nodded and carried Huahua out.

Huahua immediately stopped crying. She turned her head and looked at Muir and his sons, who were still standing at the door, then looked at her mommy’s countenance.

As Bai Qingqing was also mad, she didn’t coax her and briskly walked out.

Bai Zhenbei didn’t even dare to breathe loudly. With a face full of tears, she kept letting out crying burps.

Bai Qingqing took a taxi home. Winston had yet to get home, and Curtis’s room was still lit up; he was arranging the doc.u.ments for the lawsuit.

Winston was in charge of liaising with the relevant parties, while Curtis was in charge of handling the lawsuit. For this, Curtis was preparing to take an examination to get a lawyer’s license. The lawyer they had hired was merely a cover, for Curtis was the one manipulating everything behind the scenes.

When he heard the taxi arriving at the entrance, he immediately set down his doc.u.ments and walked downstairs.

“Didn’t you go out shopping? Why are you back so early?” Curtis sounded confused.

Bai Qingqing set Bai Zhenbei on the floor and said in an annoyed tone, “Ask Huahua.”

Curtis narrowed his eyes and looked towards Bai Zhenbei. Regardless of the case, n.o.body came to a good end if they angered Snow, and that included his daughter.

Bai Zhenbei fearfully hugged her mommy’s arm and said intermittently as she let out crying burps, “Mommy… is my mommy.”

Curtis instantly understood what was going on and suddenly became ridiculously angry. He briskly strode over and ordered sternly, “Come over here!”

Bai Zhenbei was so frightened that she instantly hid behind her mother, sobbing unrestrainedly.

Bai Qingqing patted her shoulder comfortingly and said in a deflated tone, “I’m tired. Curtis, let’s tell her everything.”

Curtis slightly halted in his footsteps and swiftly regained his calm. “Then just tell her.”

“What is it?” Eyes br.i.m.m.i.n.g with tears, Bai Zhenbei gazed at her daddy, then looked towards her mommy, a bad premonition welling up in her heart.

Bai Qingqing said, “Go and take a shower first. After you’re done, go lie on the bed. Mommy will tell you about it slowly.”


As Bai Zhenbei headed upstairs, her gaze met with her father’s. When she saw the complicated look in his eyes, the premonition in her heart intensified. The chance she had fought for seemed to have gotten her a more dreadful outcome.

After their daughter went upstairs, Bai Qingqing wrapped her arms around Curtis’s waist and said, depressed, “My heart aches for the little eagles… It’s them now, but in the future, it will also happen with the little tigers and little leopards.”

“Just tell her.” Curtis patted his mate’s back. At an angle not visible to Bai Qingqing, he revealed a helpless yet relieved smile.

As a father, he had given Huahua the best environment for her to grow up in. Just a moment ago, he was still striving to help Huahua maintain this perfect family.

It was her who was uncontented with her lot and ruined this perfectness with her own hands. He wanted to wash his hands off this matter.

“Thank you for your support.” Having decided, Bai Qingqing felt relieved. She pressed her face against Curtis’s chest and gently rubbed against it.

The two of them quietly hugged each other in the living room for a long while. Only when Bai Zhenbei finished showering and called out ‘Mommy’ did the two of them break out of the embrace.

When Bai Qingqing walked into Huahua’s room, she was already lying on the bed. She stared at her mother eagerly and said slowly, “Mommy, I know our family must be hiding a secret. Just tell me. I’ve already grown up.”