Ghost Emperor Wild Wife: Dandy Eldest Miss Chapter 1966 - Jinyang’s Warning (2)
Chapter 1966: Jinyang's Warning (2)
Translator: Zen_ Editor: Rock
Sensing Wu Zun’s killing intent, panic enveloped Cheng Feiyang’s heart. “Sir Wu Zun, Empress isn’t sensible, but I will keep a close watch on her and won’t let her interfere with official business. Sir Wu Zun, please…”
Without waiting for Cheng Feiyang to finish speaking, Wu Zun acted. He swiftly darted to the front of the Empress, and his sharp nails mercilessly pierced her chest. Under her grudging and resentful gaze, he dug her heart out.
The Empress fell head-first on the ground, laying in a pool of blood. She died with her eyes wide open, grievance bursting out of them.
“NO!” Cheng Feiyang shouted hoarsely with bloodshot eyes. He tightly clenched his fists and furiously interrogated, “Sir Wu Zun, the Empress can’t meddle with my decision at all! Why did you kill her?!”
“Your Majesty, I have long since felt that this woman could affect you. However, she didn’t go overboard previously, so I turned a blind eye to it. However, this matter involves the entire Jinyang Kingdom, and I won’t allow you to hesitate!” Wu Zun’s expression was indifferent, distastefully glancing at the woman in the pool of blood. He icily added, “Moreover, as the Emperor, isn’t it easy for you to marry another empress? A disobedient woman can only end up like this!”
Cheng Feiyang took a deep breath. “If Jinyang learns about this, do you think she would still listen to our arrangements and marry the president of the Freedom Alliance? If the Empress was still alive, we could have used the Empress to threaten her.”
At that moment, Cheng Feiyang’s heart was trembling. He could not help but close his eyes, his face drained of colors.
He regretted it! He regretted having anything to do with the Freedom Alliance! Otherwise, he would not have lost a daughter, and his wife would not be dead!
“Only we know about the death of the Empress, how would Jinyang know? At that time, we will say the Empress was kidnapped by the Freedom Alliance and use this to force her and guarantee her willingness to marry into the Freedom Alliance.”
Wu Zun had made up the excuse already, and a resolute smile was spread across his face.
Cheng Feiyang closed his eyes. His features contained a pain that could not be hidden. However, he had no way to resist the powerful Sir Wu Zun at all.
“Your Majesty, you have seen the fate of the Empress for ruining things. If you dare to say anything to Jinyang, I guarantee Jinyang won’t live!” Wu Zun threatened.
Cheng Feiyang shuddered. A while later, he opened his eyes. “I am not only a father, but I am also the Emperor of the Jinyang Kingdom. For the Jinyang Kingdom, I won’t speak rashly.”
“I certainly hope so.” Wu Zun flicked his sleeve with a snort and headed out of the courtyard.
After Wu Zun left, Cheng Feiyang’s legs weakened, and he fell onto the ground, sitting. “If I knew it would be like this, I wouldn’t have brought the Empress here.”
No one noticed that when the Empress died, her eyes were staring at a corner not far away. In that corner, a palace maid was closely clutching her mouth to prevent herself from exclaiming in shock. Her tears flowed down her face as she unblinkingly looked at the Empress laying in her pool of blood.
In truth, the Empress was not eavesdropping by herself. This palace maid was also present. Because they were discovered, the Empress knew she could not escape, so she hurriedly shoved the palace maid away along with a presence-hiding jade pendant that she had obtained by chance.
Of course, she did not do this to save the palace maid. She merely hoped someone could send a message to Jinyang. Precisely because of the Empress’ actions, this palace maid remained undiscovered from start to end.