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Chapter 5 Clash
Johnson Xia had the chef prepare a sumptuous feast to welcome Linda, and right there and then he officially recognized Linda's place in this house.
"Henceforward, Linda shall be known as the eldest daughter in our family."
Wearing a radiant smile, Linda took note of the expressions of everyone there at the table in her heart.
It took a long time before the Xia clan finally decided to find her. Lisa Xia had sent her minions to mock her, accusing her of being an opportunist and May Shen had gone so far as to sent people to murder her.
When she was finally here, she was bullied before she ever set foot in this house.
She would let these people pay for what they did, and there seemed to be more behind her mother's death.
She returned, and she would condemn all those villains to h.e.l.l as the eldest daughter of the Xia clan.
Being new to this house, Linda had a hard time adjusting to a life of a princess, And she woke up the next morning with a headache.
"Did you sleep well last night, my lady?"
Asked the servant amicably, who was sifting through clothes for her.
"Not so bad."
"Today we will clear up the room, so you can have a nice sleep."
Linda nodded, and then followed up with a question when she noticed that the servant was ferreting around in the big closet.
"Why do I need new clothes?"
"Today we will have a guest from the Mu clan. His lords.h.i.+p said you should dress up for this occasion."
The Mu clan?
Linda rubbed at the center of her eyebrows, thinking, "Screw it. I am still in a mess. Never mind any Lu clan or Ruo clan."
"Sister Linda. Can I come in?"
Linda was just trying on new dresses when Lisa walked in with a fake smile.
"No need to ask if you are already in."
Being given the cold shoulder, Lisa's face froze for a bit and then resumed her forced smile while walking up to Linda.
"Let me help you with this. "
Taking over the laces from the hand of the servant, Lisa gently tied them up on Linda's back.
"No need to play nice. I have come to seize your father and I have killed your dog."
Lisa suddenly paused on tying up the laces before quickly re-a.s.suming what she was doing.
"I have come around on this. We are families and there should be no hatred among family members." Lisa clapped her hands, saying, "All is well now."
Linda does not believe for a second that she could be this nice!
However, after taking several spins herself, Linda did not notice anything wrong, so she went downstairs with Lisa.
Upon reaching the stairs, Lisa took a few fast steps towards her father while shouting out "Father". Linda had been lifting her dress's hem off the floor with her head down and it was only then did she look up.
She saw the man from last night...
That devil again!
Reluctantly, Linda continued going down the stairs with dress lifted up. Meanwhile, Johnson was leading Charles Mu upwards.
"My lady. Glad to meet you again."
Charles Mu greeted with a smiling face. With her lips twitching, Linda simply gave a "humph" in reply.
"Linda, do not be rude to Young Master Mu."
Still twitching her lips, Linda forced a fake smile through her closed lips.
"Hi, Young Master Mu."
"I prefer the name you gave me last night."
In a instant, the fake smile evaporated as Linda gave him a glaring look.
The procession continued upwards to the second floor. All the while, Lisa had been bashfully holding her father's arm and glimpsing at Charles with a flushed face.
Linda felt like drowning in Lisa's extreme obsession, so she took a step forward to keep a distance from Charles Mu, leaving him far behind.