Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 224

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 224

Chapter 224 Taking Advantage of the Opportunity

Upon hearing this, Titus found the reasoning sound.

He, Luca, and Aaron had all fallen victim to Jodie’s deception, finally realizing her innocence. was a facade.

Mere discussions seemed futile..

Like before, Luca and Andrew had teamed up to assist Jodie in stealing the bracelet from

Titus.

Now, only Andrew might take action if it were to happen again.

She’s right. Let Andrew experience the trap set by his good sister.”

Regarding Reuben, he had always been wiser and more rational than them, making it unlikely for him to fall for Jodie’s ploy easily.

If he did, it would be his own fault.

As long as there was no life-threatening danger, he could even aid in exacerbating the

situation.

Observing the conflicts between his brothers was indeed intriguing to Reuben.

Titus nodded in acknowledgment at Simone’s words. “I understand.”

She addressed what was necessary and queried what was needed before directing the three. “Please leave.”

Gwen also urged, “Yes, we need to rest.”

Harold and the others felt a twinge of frustration.

Are they throwing us out just like that? Well, at least today wasn’t a complete waste as we gained valuable insights.

He was the most cunning.

With a brief thought, he approached Simone “Could you create me a talisman? I want to safeguard my luck from being stolen. If I can’t prevent it, at least protecting myself would be

beneficial

Harold was determined not to let Freya easily snatch away his hard-earned luck.

Despite uncertainty about the talisman’s effectiveness in preventing luck theft, the evening’s revelations left him feeling notably uneasy.

Having a talisman for safety would offer some psychological reassurance.

Simone observed that among the three. Harold stood out as the smartest and most shrewd.

She nodded. “Sure, but it comes at a cost.”

Their relationship had not reached a point where she’d give away talismans for free.

He smiled, saying, “That’s fair. I won’t let you work for nothing.”

Harold inquired, “Would you prefer compensation in money or something else?”

Simone responded, “Just money. The talisman costs 750 thousand each. It guarantees safety, prevents a major disaster once, and averts three minor ones. If you wish to safeguard against. Freya stealing your luck, there’s a solution. I’ll embed a backlash effect in the talisman. If Freya steals your luck again, she’ll inadvertently face consequences, and your luck will be restored. However, the talisman expires in three months, meaning it’ll cost 750 thousand. after that period.”

She added, “However, it’s not easy to draw. It involves capturing your breath and infusing it into the talisman. If you’re open to it, I can craft a personalized talisman for you right now.”

She intended to purchase a batch of raw stones for carving jade and crafting talismans.

Additionally, she aimed to bolster her abilities by employing jade to establish formations.

As a result, Simone was currently short on funds.

She would not decline, given Harold’s offer.

He was not at a disadvantage either. Finding another expert to draw a talisman and interference with his luck would not be easy.

The moment he learned about the talisman’s function, he recognized its value.

prevent

Without hesitation, he smiled and said, “No problem. Share your account number, and I’ll transfer 750 thousand to you.”

To Harold, money was merely a number. He was career-focused and relished the sensation of hard work and striving for success.

The two exchanged contact information, and Simene shared her bank account details with

If all went as expected, he would likely continue purchasing these talismans in the future.

He promptly transferred the money.

She captured a strand of Harold’s breath and commenced drawing the talisman.

Thirty minutes later, Simone folded the completed talisman and secured it with a red string.

Handing it to him, she advised, “Carry this with you. It’s resistant to water and fire, so you can wear it while bathing or swimming.”

He accepted it and exclaimed, “Thank you!” He then immediately placed it around his neck, feeling a sense of enhanced security.

Leon and Titus simultaneously said, “I also want to buy a talisman.”

Harold glanced at them and inquired, “Why buy one if interference with luck doesn’t affect you?” With a disdainful look, Titus responded, “True, we might not be affected, but we face greater danger and misery than you, don’t we? If affected, we willingly give away our luck.”

The mere thought of it weighed heavily on their minds.

Leon agreed. “That’s correct.”

Additionally, he personally wished for a talisman drawn by Simone.

Harold was baffled. “Can’t you simply refuse? I’m the one passively impacted by luck interference, while you have the choice. So, who’s more miserable?” Titus countered, “We also fear being tricked into unintentional agreement.”

The situation felt enigmatic and unsettling to them.

There lingered uncertainty about whether Jodie might employ other methods to manipulate. them into agreement.

Reflecting on it, Harold nodded. “You’re right. Carrying a talisman does offer some level of security.”

Their predicament was challenging, each grappling with their own share of misfortunes! Simone did not object and said, “Certainly, it’s also 750 thousand per talisman, valid for three months.”

With the opportunity right before them, Leon and Titus promptly agreed, saying, “Okay.”

She individually captured their breaths and crafted the talismans.

Once finished, she folded and secured them with red thread before handing them to the two

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men.

Simone stressed, “If Jodie manages to trick you into unknowingly agreeing, the talisman will retaliate. However, it works only once. Until you purchase new ones, if trapped again, you’ll have to accept your ill fate. Once the talismans turn to ashes, it signifies they shielded you from disaster and are no longer effective.”

Taking the talismans, the two men affirmed, “Understood!” They then wore them around their necks.

The previously tense atmosphere diffused and was replaced by a sense of enhanced safety.

Without prompting from Simone and Gwen, the three took the initiative to bid goodbye.

They collectively agreed that any discovered problems should be promptly shared with

everyone.

Taking the initiative, Harold ingeniously created a group chat and included everyone.

He suggested using it for discoveries or issues.

Simone did not object as she needed to stay updated on the three families’ situations through

them.

After joining the group chat, she implemented an extra layer of security on their phones to shield them from potential hackers.

This ensured their communication in the group remained relatively safe as long as they were not under surveillance.

Finishing her setup, she informed them. “For matters of confidentiality, I’ll delete and clear them entirely after discussing them in the group to ensure no access or review of chat records.”

Given Simone’s reluctance to frequently meet Leon and Sc*mbag No. 2, it was impractical to gather for frequent discussions.

Hence, it was more convenient to address discoveries within the group.

This reasoning underlined her decision to join the group chat.

Had Harold known her thoughts, he might have regretted creating the group.

However, he could use the excuse of frequent meetings with Gwen.

The three had no objections and agreed. “No problem.”

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Before departing, Titus inquired, “Can I add you as a friend again?” Simone declined. “No.”

He was taken aback. She’s heartless as always! He then asked, “Can I mention. you chat if needed?” She agreed. “Sure!”

in the

group

He pondered for a moment. “I’ll share a video later in the group. Maybe you can use it in your next variety show.”

She sensed his intention to prank his younger brother and did not refuse. “Alright.”

With that settled, the three then took their leave.

As soon as Titus exited the elevator, he posted the video that Aaron had sent him in the group chat.

‘Goodnight, everyone!”

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

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Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: January 5, 2024 Native Language: English

How To Read Novel Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese.

In her past life, Simone and her adopted sister got kidnapped. Surprisingly, her parents, five brothers, and even her boyfriend, who had grown up with her, all chose to rescue her adopted sibling, and this led to Simone’s unfortunate end. After being reborn, Simone decided to cut ties with her parents and her lousy brothers. She also broke up with her boyfriend because she’d had enough of all of them. To make a living, she had no choice but to dive into the entertainment industry. Simone’s eldest brother had wielded immense influence within the industry. In the blink of an eye, however, Simone’s management studio ascended to the top tier. Her second brother, a top-tier talent agent, quickly found himself outperformed by Simone, who had become the industry’s foremost agent. Her third brother, a mega-popular singer, saw Simone’s debut song set the world on fire in an instant. The fourth brother, a distinguished and up-and-coming director, gazed in envy and admiration as Simone’s directed movies achieved remarkable box office success. Her fifth brother, the hottest young sensation, watched as Simone transformed into an award-winning leading actress in no time. Upon witnessing her astounding accomplishments, Simone’s parents, brothers, and even her ex-boyfriend pleaded for her forgiveness. “No way!” Simone firmly replied.

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese

Simone Gray opened her eyes, surveyed the surroundings, and looked at the familiar room from her memories. She had indeed returned. Reaching out to grab her phone from the nightstand, she checked the date before a smile appeared in her eyes. What perfect timing. Just as she was thinking, a knocking sound echoed. She got up to open the door and saw a handsome man standing there, questioning her immediately, “I called you earlier. Why didn’t you answer?” Simone replied calmly, “I didn’t feel like it.” Standing before her was her second brother, Titus Gray, who was also her current agent. He was momentarily stunned, visibly not expecting his sister to say that. He furrowed his brows and lectured impatiently, “Stop causing trouble, will you?”

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