Transmigrated As My Former Uncle’s Sweetheart

Chapter 1783 - 1783 He Was Determined To Win Her Heart

Chapter 1783 - 1783 He Was Determined To Win Her Heart

1783 He Was Determined To Win Her Heart

“You’re right.” He’an immediately turned back. “If my sister found out about this, she’ll give me hell. Give me back the painting, Big Bro Long Yin!”

Long Yin rolled the painting up and passed it to He’an. He reminded him, “Keep it properly and hide it from your sister for now that I’ve already seen this painting.”

“Don’t worry. I’ll put it back where it was without her finding out. I guarantee she won’t realize anything,” He’an said confidently. He tucked away the painting and waved goodbye to Long Yin before running off.

Long Yin stood in the courtyard for a while before returning to his room.

His mind was filled with the words Hexin had written down on the right of the painting.

Mountains embrace their numerous trees, yet my heart will never be embraced by you…

He picked up his brush and wrote the words down on a piece of paper.

After he was done, Long Yin’s gaze fell on those words and he stared at them for a long time.

Next day…

Long Yin waited outside Prince Rui Mansion very early in the morning.

Qi Heng leaned against the horse-drawn carriage and looked like he was deep in thought.

The crown prince had never waited for anyone this way, but today, he was being quite assertive. It looked like he was determined to win the heart of Lady Hexin.

Not long after, a carriage came by from the side and stopped right in front of the mansion.

Qi Heng turned to look and saw Yuan You coming out of it.

He was slightly surprised to see her and he greeted her with a raised eyebrow. “You’re really early today, Miss Rabbit.”

Yuan You almost fell off the carriage when she heard such a nonsensical greeting.

When she saw the person who greeted her, her lips were pursed tightly. She got off the carriage with the help of her servant.

She wanted to head straight into Prince Rui Mansion, but a thought crossed her mind and she suddenly stopped to look Qi Heng up and down.

Qi Heng was puzzled by the look she was giving him and gave a gentle laugh. He arched an eyebrow and said, “What’s wrong? Don’t you remember me? I remember you, though, Miss Rabbit.” He burst out laughing at his last sentence.

However, before he could stop laughing, he suddenly felt a sharp pain in his back and let out a stiff grunt.

When he realized what had happened, he stared at Yuan You in astonishment. “How dare you step on me?”

“So what if I did?” Yuan You’s hands were on her hips as she glared at him condescendingly. “Lousy drunkard. Hmph!” With that, she turned to walk into the mansion.

Qi Heng, “…”

When did he become a drunkard?

He turned to Long Yin and began complaining. “When did the Prime Minister’s granddaughter learn to speak such nonsense?”

Long Yin darted him a look. “You were indeed drunk two nights ago at the wedding banquet.” He paused. “And you hugged her.”

Qi Heng, “…”

Was he really such a sloppy drinker?

He hugged a girl after he got drunk?

No wonder she was not happy to see him.

The worse part was that he had no memory of it at all.

It was not long before Yuan Xin walked out with Hexin, He’an, and Yuan You to see them off.

Yuan Xin was all smiles when she saw Long Yin standing in the light of dawn. “You must have waited for us a long time, haven’t you, Yin’er?”

“It wasn’t that long.” Long Yin shook his head and approached them. His gaze swept past Hexin’s face and he noticed she looked sleepy. He said gently, “If you’re still sleepy, you can continue sleeping once you get on the carriage.”

Hexin was indeed feeling sleepy. She covered her mouth with her handkerchief and yawned elegantly. When she heard his words, she darted him a look. She could not understand why would he come so early. He was the reason that she was yanked out of bed by her mother while she was still in dreamland.

“How can you still be sleepy when the sun is almost up?” Yuan Xin knocked on her daughter’s petite face with a smile and then slapped her butt. “Alright. Hurry up and get into the carriage. Don’t let your Big Bro Long Yin wait for too long.”

Hexin darted a look at her mother, unable to say anything about this.

Why did her mother act this way in front of others?

She lifted her head to see Long Yin watching her. For some reason, she felt her cheeks turn slightly warm. All she wanted to do was get out of his field of view.

Hexin stepped onto the horse stool to get into the carriage.

Right then, a slender arm reached out and held her arm to help her get into the carriage.

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