Illusions, Lies, Truth V1C1: Xiao Xue Part 1 – The Extra Girl

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 1: Human Doll Contract Part One

Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)

Chapter 1: Xiao Xue Part 1—The Extra Girl – translated by Raylight

All along, Jiang Ziya had thought that the only abnormal person in the house was himself.

Hm… Perhaps there was also that father who had named his son Jiang Ziya1 who then, on a certain day, said that he was going to become an apprentice to a master to become immortal and had since vanished. However, they had always treated it as though no such person ever existed in their family.

However, right now, this current situation is…

His twin sister Jiang Yu2 was currently busy feeding wheat porridge to her two daughters. She fed them left and right and was truly very busy.

His brother-in-law Jiang Qibing3 was eating while he looked at the report in his hands. Occasionally, he would turn to talk to him and ask him questions such as how it was at school and whether his recent grades were good and the like.

It all looked very normal, and the atmosphere was rather harmonious and happy with everyone getting along with each other. Looking at this picture, it could be said that this was a warm family.


Illusions, Lies, Truth V1Prologue: Prologue

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Illusions, Lies, Truth Volume 1: Human Doll Contract Part One

Original novel in Chinese by: 御 我 (Yu Wo)

Prologue – translated by Raylight

Viewing the website order page, I finally clicked the button to confirm my payment. Just like that, a sum of money that was really not a small amount landed in another person’s pocket.

A giant wail rang out… Not from me but from the mouth of the golden-haired man beside me.

“You’re definitely doing it on purpose!” the golden-haired man roared angrily. Then, he turned around and vanished just like that.

I pursed my lips. “What a child, really!”

Another man, a black-haired one, stood on my other side, a gentle smile on his face. His expression looked like that of a mother looking at two children who were having a fight… Don’t be ridiculous! I’m the mother, and you are the “child,” got it?