I Turned Wild After Being Doted On By The Big Bosses - Chapter 49
Translator: Atlas Studios Editor: Atlas Studios
Cheng Zihuai dismissed this thought and told himself that it was just a coincidence. Taking a deep breath, he left the bookstore with a dark expression.
In the car, it was obvious that it was Huo Shidu’s first time waiting for someone, as he had his eyebrows slightly raised while he pulled his tie loose.
Who was the little girl meeting to have talked for so long?
In the coffee bar on the second floor of the bookstore.
Yu Manran, who had walked in, felt strange. She thought that she would not appear in this place after she had graduated from university.
Yu Manran found Pei Yunge.
“This is the demo. You can listen to it and can start the arrangement once you feel you’re okay.”
With that, Pei Yunge handed her the wireless earphones.
Yu Manran immediately took it and after listening to 40 to 50 seconds of the demo, surprise appeared in her eyes.
She could not help looking at Pei Yunge.
The talent level of this girl… Was she only about twenty years old? Her compositions were comparable to those big shots from overseas who had won awards!
“May I ask, who taught Miss Pei this?”
The movement on Pei Yunge’s hand stopped, but returned to normal a moment later.
In her previous life, her grandfather was a famous musician both domestically and overseas. But her grandfather taught her classical music. As for the arrangement of popular music, she learned it when she occasionally helped her friend, who became an artist, to do music arrangement.
Yu Manran was envious. “Miss Pei’s grandfather must be a gentle and kind-hearted person, otherwise, how could he have taught you to be so outstanding.”
Pei Yunge looked up with interest and gave a faint smile. “Because there is a feather duster placed on top of our piano.”
Yu Manran was speechless.
Was a family that sounded so refined, so down to earth as well?
When Pei Yunge was a child, she was someone who refused to correct her errors and was reckless to a fault. But which elder could stand a good-looking and smart child?
Especially Pei Yunge, a child who was both mischievous and was a sweet-talker to boot, who always made Grandpa Pei angry with the vexing things she did, but he could not bear to really beat her.
After a while.
Yu Manran decided on this demo, but before she could talk more with Pei Yunge, Pei Yunge’s cell phone vibrated.
“Miss Yu, you can head back first.”
“Yunge, can I add you on WeChat?” Yu Manran asked, a little embarrassed.
Pei Yunge told her series of numbers, and only went to answer the phone call in the aisle of the bookstore after Yu Manran had left.
“Yunge, your grandfather’s condition has slightly improved. He will be going back to the old manor this Friday,” Mr Qin said before adding, “Your grandfather wants to see you.”
It could be said that the old master was determined to go back to the old manor only to see Pei Yunge. Otherwise, he would not cooperate with the treatment.
Last time, when Pei Yunge had been sent to the mental hospital, her grandfather had been livid when he found out after he woke up.
“I got it. I’ll go,” Pei Yunge replied calmly.
Mr Qin was silent for a moment. “Jiaojiao is about to go on her piano recital tour and the media will pay more attention to her family situation. Can you persuade your grandfather to let Jiaojiao stay in the old manor?”
Almost no one outside knew that Qin Youjiao, the eldest young lady of the Qin family, could only stay in a nearby hotel every time she returned to the old manor.
One of the times in the past, Mrs Qin had scolded Pei Yunge because of Qin Youjiao and it had made the old master completely disgusted with Qin Youjiao.
Pei Yunge lifted her lips into a reckless smile.
“Do you think I’m someone to be taken lightly?”
These words made Mr Qin’s expression turn dark and anger gathered in his chest.
“Do you know how much Jiaojiao has lost with your return?!”