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The Lycan King's Fate Calling novel Chapter 624

Sylvia's POV:

Startled, I leaned over to take a closer look.

But Blair's eyes were clear and bright. I couldn't see the black bug anywhere.

"What's the matter?" Blair asked curiously.

I shook my head and smiled awkwardly. "Nothing."

Maybe I was just seeing things.

After parting with Blair, I went back to the palace and placed the potted plant on Rufus' bedside table.

Since the plant was able to lift the curse on Blair, perhaps it could also do the same for Rufus. Maybe, just maybe, I'd soon bear Rufus a child.

Thinking about this, I felt very happy.

I wondered if Rufus preferred a daughter or a son.

I could already imagine the cold, arrogant prince becoming a clumsy clueless father. What an interesting sight that'd be!

Fantasizing about these things, I couldn't help but chuckle to myself.

Since I had nothing else to do for the rest of the day, I cleaned Rufus' room.

The servants tidied his place daily, so there was very little for me to clean. I just organized the things that Rufus had brought back from the border. He had brought a plethora of souvenirs, everything from jewelry to snacks. Most of them were bought by me actually.

I put Rufus' watch and sunglasses in the cloakroom. When I came back, I caught a glimpse of a familiar wooden box in the bottom of the suitcase.

Wasn't this the box from Noreen's lab?

Confused, I picked it up and looked inside. Sure enough, inside lay the pendant I had thrown away. It turned out that Rufus had kept it.

I stared at the pendant with mixed feelings. Edwin had already returned to his pack. It didn't matter whether we would recognize each other as family or not. I was no longer as expectant as before.

I figured we could talk about it when we met again.


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