The Return of the Disguised Princess By Emma R. Rodriguez Chapter 19

The Return of the Disguised Princess By Emma R. Rodriguez Chapter 19

The Return of the Disguised Princess By Emma R. Rodriguez

Chapter 19 

YouLamont snorted coldly. Ms. Mullen has recovered her identity and is becoming more and more eloquent. Back then, you fooled my grandpa with that, right?” 

Grandpa? You still have the nerve to mention your grandpa!” 

Amelie wanted to laugh out loud. Lamont, it is your grandpa’s greatest sorrow to have a grandson like you who refuses to investigate the cause of his death!” 

As they were arguing, Emilee instantly understood what had happened

Humph.Emilee sized up Lamont and said to Amelie in disdain, Hey, Amelie, is he the person you wanted to marry at that time? He doesn’t look that outstanding. After all, there are so many people like him in Oakland.” 

Emilee’s words were harsh, and she looked down upon Lamont very much

Watch your language.” 

When Leila and Elizabeth came out of the bathroom, they found that Amelie had also appeared in this pool hall. Hearing Emilee mock Lamont, they suddenly felt that it was a good chance to show 

off

A few days ago, when Elizabeth called Leila and told her that Amelie became the daughter of the Mullen family, Leila could not believe it. If so, in terms of family background, Amelie was more 

suitable for Lamont than Leila, the adopted daughter of the Aylward family

Leila thought, given Amelie is so obsessed with Lamont, I don’t believe that this bitch would give up so easily. Moreover, Elizabeth said that Lamont did not deny that he would marry me

At that time, Leila had regarded herself as Lamont’s fiancée, and she looked at Amelie vigilantly as 

if Amelie was a home wrecker

Leila raised her sharp voice and mocked, Oh, Amelie, there you are. Weren’t you from the Byron family? I heard that you’ve now become the Mullen family’s seventh daughter

Well, don’t think that you can go everywhere since your identity has changed. This is a top pool 

hall. Why are you here since you know nothing? Are you here to make a fool of yourself?” 

Leila looked at the pool cue in Amelie’s hand and burst out laughing. Leila clearly remembered that when they went to the pool hall together, Amelie acted like a bumpkin

In Leila’s eyes, Amelie didn’t know how to play pool at all, and she didn’t know what to do with the 

cue either

Amelie clearly saw Emilee’s strange expression. She probably didn’t expect that Amelie could act so well. Emilee couldn’t help but reach out to pat Amelie on the shoulder and give her a thumbsup

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Amelie, you are a tough guy

Amelie was actually a good player but pretended to know nothing. Emilee certainly thought Amelie 

was a tough guy

 

 

 

Amelie listened to Leila’s provocative words and said disapprovingly, How do you know that I can’t play it? I was just fooling you back then. If you took it seriously, don’t blame me.” 

Humph, Amelie, don’t keep up appearances.Elizabeth said disdainfully, If you play well, do you dare to compete with Leila? Leila is the runnerup in the city women’s pool game.” 

Hearing Elizabeth’s flattering words, Leila immediately raised her head and glanced at Amelie 

arrogantly

Leila thought, Amelie, I know your ability. Today, whether you agree with the competition or not

I’ll make you embarrassed

So what if you’re the daughter of the Mullen family? You’re still a goodfornothing who has been bullied by me for five years

Okay!Amelie leaned against the table. What’s the rule?” 

What do you mean by that?” 

 

 

 

Leila did not understand what Amelie was up to, but she didn’t expect that Amelie would dare to 

agree to the competition

Leila thought it was great. Today, she was going to trample on Amelie and have everyone know that Amelie was still a bumpkin even if she became a Mullen

Amelie looked at the smug Leila and remembered that she was the one who had killed Draven

Amelie was instantly furious. But she held back her anger and said, Since it’s a game, there must be a prize.” 

Amelie, a man’s got to know his limitations.Lamont suddenly stirred up trouble and stopped her

If you don’t make a bet, I can still speak for you in front of Leila, so you won’t lose so badly.” 

Lamont winked at Elizabeth, indicating her to stop Leila. Now, they were on the Mullen family’s turf. It was not good for them to embarrass the daughter of the Mullen family

Amelie raised her head and glanced at Lamont. She was polite and indifferent to him. Amelie didn’t admire him anymore, making Lamont feel bad

Thank 

you, Mr. Byron. But how do you know that I will lose?

The Return of the Disguised Princess by Emma R. Rodriguez

The Return of the Disguised Princess by Emma R. Rodriguez

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Title: The Return of the Disguised Princess by Emma R. Rodriguez - A Heartfelt Story of Love, Loss, and Redemption :The Return of the Disguised Princess" is a touching and poignant novel by Vera Whitehead that explores the themes of love, loss, and healing. Synopsis After five years of marriage, she thought that she had successfully made him change his mind and have feelings for her. It never occurred to her that he would send her to prison for trusting another woman. She decided to go back to her family along with the baby in her belly. Her brothers were in an uproar! Aaron Mullen, her eldest brother, ordered, "My five younger brothers, listen up! Guarding Amelie and teaching the playboy a lesson is our top priority!" Rex Mullen, her second brother, said, "Amelie, chin up. Here, take this black card. Go ahead and go shopping as long as you are happy." Mark Mullen, her third brother, said, "Jewelry is all I have. Amelie, take as many as you want." Sergio Mullen, her fourth brother, stood up as well. Tyler Mullen, her fifth brother, was the same indignant. And Daron Mullen, her sixth brother, doted on her the same. Everyone went all out, afraid that the apple of their eye would be unhappy. Amelie Mullen smiled heartily. On the contrary, Lamont Byron regretted it so much and set out to get her back.   In conclusion, "The Return of the Disguised Princess by Emma R. Rodriguez" is a touching and poignant novel worth reading. Love, grief, and healing are universal themes that may be related to by anybody who has experienced the agony of losing a loved one. This novel is a must-read for anybody who appreciates inspirational tales of hope and redemption because of its gorgeous setting and engaging characters. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves contemporary romance or women's fiction.

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