But after Miantang finished speaking, Cui Xingzhou remained a straight face, lowered his eyes, and blew the tea stems in the teacup.
His handsome face was as calm as water, there were no emotional shifts that she could read from to tell what he was thinking.

 

Liu Miantang saw that her husband didn’t have the intention to blame her, and felt slightly assured at heart.
Maybe she didn’t cause such big trouble.

 

So she took another small step, went to the desk and took the pleadings she had written down wholeheartedly with her writing brush after waking up in the afternoon, and presented them to her husband.

 

If that guy knew he was wrong, kept silent, and swallowed his anger, they might overlook this matter.
But if that tyrant wouldn’t let the matter off and continues to find trouble, her husband might have to take it up to the courts before the garrison comes to find fault with them first.

 

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Cui Xingzhou didn’t expect that after such a scene today, the young lady in distress still wrote a plea for leisure.
He finally raised his eyebrow slightly, stretched out his long finger, and took the paper to see.

 

To be honest, the word is… Ugly.
He doesn’t know what she learned when she was waiting in the boudoir to be betrothed.
It seems that she is not good at needlework, painting, and calligraphy.

 

However, if you look at a few sentences carefully, you will find that although the words are writhing like earthworms, the language is proficient.
Each sentence holds the key to the town’s garrison crime.
From conniving his family members by flirting with women in the street, to influencing the official prestige of Prince Huaiyang.
Every word is full of concern about the country and the people.

 

While her husband was reading, Liu Miantang took a writing brush, paper, and inkstone, spread out the calligraphy paper, and said, “My handwriting is ugly, so it is not elegant.
Please take the trouble to transcribe and polish it for me, making it more suitable to submit it to the county.”

 

Cui Xingzhou removed his eyes from the pleading paper and looked at the writing brush and calligraphy paper laid out in front of him.
He felt that although the woman had lost her memory, she had taken away some of her man’s banditry straits.

 

He doesn’t know how the rebel Luwen is so blinded by love that he spoiled the woman and makes her so self-assertion and outlaw.

 

Thinking of this, he gently put down the pleadings and said, “Didn’t you hurt the garrison’s nephew? I’m afraid you’ll have to pay the young master’s medical fee…”

 

As soon as she heard that he wanted to use money, Miantang finally frowned slightly and said in a soft voice: “Although it is said that Prince Huaiyang is honest and caring for the people, he did suffer some losses by suing the officials with the support from the people.
There is not much money in the family.
It would be bad if the town’s garrison blackmailed the family… Husband, I was wrong.
Please punish me…”

 

Speaking of which, Miantang was sad.
Her eyes were red.
She looked at Cui Xingzhou timidly like a child who had done something wrong.

 

However, Prince Huaiyang did not come back to socialize with her.
He just picked the key points and asked gently, “Who taught you the extraordinary skills to subdue that young master?”

 

Those who don’t know Cui Xingzhou will think that he is a generous and taciturn person, no matter whether he is happy or angry, he never shows his emotions.
He is a gentleman who can’t be more humble.

 

Since Liu Miantang came back, she has been worried that she might get into trouble for a while.
However, seeing that her husband Cui Jiu did not show disgust on his face, nor did he shout at her.

 

She could not help but secretly rejoice that she had married such a gentle husband.

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Now when he asked, Miantang answered honestly: “Doctor Zhao left me a book for massaging acupoints.
All the acupoints in it were marked.
I was lucky today.
I hit the target with one blow and didn’t disgrace my reputation…”

 

She was telling the truth.
When she first woke up, she could only lie down every day.
She wanted to find someone to chat with to pass the time.
However, when the Cui family encountered catastrophic changes.
Later, the servants became lesser and lesser.
Sometimes, she couldn’t even get anyone to help her with drinking water.

 

Fortunately, Doctor Zhao was a good person.
Seeing that she was bored, he brought her some idle books to spend the time with.
He also gave her a medical book on self-massage to improve blood circulation and remove blood stasis.

 

To prove that what she said was true, she took out some books from the bedside presented by Doctor Zhao to her husband.
Because she had to read it on her journey here, she also asked Servant Li to help her wrap the leather book with a cloth.
She cherished it very much.

 

Her answer was greatly beyond Cui Xingzhou’s expectations.
When he looked at the book, it was indeed the notes of his friend Zhao Quan.
Several deadly acupoints on his neck were still marked with cinnabar.

 

Liu Miantang purposely went especially close to her husband.
Her slender finger pointed at the small words and said, “I asked Doctor Zhao to mark them for me.
I was just bored and wasted my time in the beginning.
I didn’t expect to use them today.
The ancients said that reading books is beneficial.
It makes sense!

 

She had just finished washing up, and when she got close, she had a clear smell of soap bar and a dense fragrance lingering in his nose, but it aroused a wave of inexplicable anger in his heart.

 

How is this a medical book? After being marked in such detail by Zhao Quan, it is clear that it is a personal murdering book! Even a weak woman can follow the lesson in the book and pull out a hairpin to kill people!

 

Although he knew Zhao Quan was heartless, he still had an impulse to put his asshole friends in prison and serve them with all the instruments of torture one by one to see if he could enlighten Zhao Quan’s wisdom.

 

Thinking of this, he could not help but look coldly at Liu Miantang who was helping him to turn the pages of the book.

 

The faces under the dark hair of Miantang seemed to be shining with tempting light, and the apricot eyes looked at him with a smile.
Nobody can help but love her upon seeing her.
It’s no wonder that Zhao Quan is blinded by the beauty that he has lost all his sense.

 

But Liu Miantang didn’t know that Cui Jiu was swearing at the bottom of his heart, so she asked eagerly attentive again, “Are you hungry? Would you like Servant Li to cook a bowl of noodles for you?”

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