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The Princess and the Pauper (Arabella and Romeo) novel Chapter 1334

The Princess and the Paupers novel Chapter 1334 : Echoes of the Past

As the story progresses at Chapter 1334, the characters delve into their pasts. Secrets and hidden histories are unveiled, shedding light on the motivations and conflicts that shape their present lives. Will the details of Chapter 1334 in The Princess and the Pauper novel Arabella solve the problems and troubles in love? Let's read The Princess and the Pauper novel Arabella Chapter 1334 at Novelfreepdf.com

"Is it Arlen's birthday today?" Serena's eyes sparkled with surprise and joy. "Well, they say the early bird catches the worm. I simply must go and celebrate with him!"

Before Eunice could object, Serena chimed in, "I've got a few dresses in my suitcase, and for a birthday gift. I'll pick something from the presents I brought for Uncle Bard. It's the thought that counts, right?"

Seeing Serena's enthusiasm, Eunice smiled with her glossy red lips and said, "Serena, honey, your sister and I will handle it tonight. You just stay home and take it easy, okay?"

Serena hadn't expected Aunt Eunice to turn her down again, and her eyes betrayed a hint of hurt.

"There will be plenty of other birthday parties to attend, but we'll skip this one for tonight," Eunice said, then turned to Arabella, "We should get going. It’s getting late."

"Okay." Arabella followed Aunt Eunice, passing by Serena, who couldn't help but sense Serena's boiling resentment and jealousy.

That girl never seemed to learn from her past mistakes.

Serena watched Eunice leave the main house and couldn't hold back any longer. She hurried after her, quickly catching up and taking Eunice's hand with a firm grip.

"Aunt Eunice, let me at least see you off."

Though she said "you," Serena clung to Eunice's hand with an almost possessive air, as if to assert her territory over Arabella or deliberately leave her out in the cold.

Normally, Serena would sprinkle the conversation with sweet nothings, like "I must not be doing as well as my sister; that's why Aunt Eunice prefers her company. After all, I'm not really a Collins by blood; it's only right that I shouldn't go."

But Aunt Eunice was sharp as a tack, so Serena dared not lay it on too thick.


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