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Qi RongYue shook her head. “It’s not as simple as you think. Shizi was thrown off a mad horse. Before he heavily landed, his head hit a stone on the ground. If he just hit his head, then it would be lucky! But since he continued to have a high fever for several days, I think the situation is not so simple. We have to wait for him to wake up to see!”
Zheng daren was very panicked. This was his cousin’s only descendant. If something happened, then Duke Yongping fu’s back road was broken and their whole Zheng family’s big backer would also collapse. This was the last thing he wanted to see.
Therefore, nothing could happen to ZhongWen. Absolutely nothing.
Zheng daren was very earnest. He cupped his hands towards Qi RongYue. “Qi xiaojie, please cure ZhongWen. No matter what you want, I can give it to you!”
Qi RongYue slowly shook her head. “Let’s wait until Shizi is cured to talk about remuneration. It’s still too early to say anything now.”
Qi RongYue saw Zheng daren’s flustered expression. She couldn’t help but sigh. “Please rest assured, Zheng daren. I will do my best.”
Zheng furen reached out to grab Qi RongYue’s hand. She hurriedly asked, “How certain are you?”
Qi RongYue looked at the still-unconscious Zheng ZhongWen on the bed. Actually, she and Zheng ZhongWen have met before. The Palace was holding a banquet then. Duke Zheng brought the six-year-old Zheng ZhongWen to the Palace banquet. Zheng ZhongWen was very naughty. He took advantage of the adults drinking and snuck into Muhou’s Ziwei Hall, used to receive female guests. She was only five years old then. As a gongzhu, she was very envious of the children who could run and play. But she could only pretend to be arrogant and cold. In fact, she really wanted to be like them in her heart.
Zheng ZhongWen seemed to have seen her desire. He sneaked behind her and inserted a fresh flower from a vase into her hair. He grinned and said she looked pretty, like a girl in a painting. He then pulled her out of Ziwei Hall and ran madly in the Imperial Garden. This was the happiest memory of her childhood.