Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 347

Forgive Us My Dear Sister by Opal Reese Chapter 347

Chapter 347 Important Information Left by the Master

Room number seven was locked, but on the adjacent wall, there was an embedded stone box.

Simone opened the stone box, and inside, she found two recessed areas.

She took out the master’s identity seal and the key and placed them inside.

Soon, the door to the room opened automatically, and Simone entered, taking the items with her.

Inside the room, there was a wooden cabinet with a talisman hanging on it.

Simone infused the energy from the master’s identity seal into the talisman.

After a moment, the talisman attached to the cabinet spontaneously ignited and turned into ashes.

The cabinet, which had no lock or visible seams, slowly opened on its own.

Simone saw that inside the cabinet, there was only a small square wooden box with a talisman attached to each of its four corners.

There was also an ancient-looking lock on the wooden box.

Simone carried the wooden box and felt a familiar aura emanating from it, confirming that it belonged to the master.

Instead of opening it here, she decided to take it with her.

As she was leaving through the gate of the courtyard, the old man with white hair glanced at the wooden box in Simone’s arms, his eyes flickering.

He emphasized, “Once you retrieve the contents, as soon as you pass through this gate, you will have no further connection with us. If you lose it on your own, we will not take responsibility.”

Simone looked deeply into the old man’s eyes,

She nodded and said, “I understand!” Then she walked out of the courtyard gate, carrying the wooden box.


Just as Simone had left, in another courtyard of the geomancy association, at the entrance of the main room, a person walked over and knocked on the door.

And at the door, they said, “Master, Simone has already obtained the item.”


A voice came from inside the room, “Wait until she leaves the ancient city and then retrieve the item.”

“Yes!” This situation was not limited to just one courtyard.

Along the way, no one appeared to snatch the wooden box.

This was within Simone’s expectations.

On the territory of the geomancy association, if she had taken out the stored item and it was snatched away, no one would dare to store anything here anymore.

But once she left the ancient city, the situation would be different.

Back in her room, Simone locked the door.

Still, inside the room, she set up a formation that could not be detected by others,

Only then did she approach the wooden box and unlock it with another key.

Then, she pricked her finger and let a drop of blood fall onto the talisman attached to each of the four corners.

The blood instantly merged into the talisman, and the talisman then ignited, turning into a wisp of smoke.

“Crack!” The wooden box made a sound and opened automatically.

Simone looked inside, and there were only two things in the wooden box.

On top of the noodles, there was an ancient jade button emitting a quaint aura and a strong auspicious energy.

The jade button was intricately carved with complex patterns, and in the center, there was a vividly carved miniature winged serpent.

Simone picked up the ancient jade button and examined it carefully. It was a top-grade magical artifact.

However, she had a feeling that this item was more than just a magical artifact.

Beneath the jade button, there was a letter.

Simone reached out and took the letter.

There was also a talisman attached to the envelope. As soon as Simone’s hand touched it, the talisman spontaneously ignited and disappeared.


She knew that this was a contingency left by her master. This was a talisman that served as a verification.

Only by sensing her aura could the letter remain unharmed.

If anyone else tried to take this letter, the talisman would also ignite.

But it would burn along with the entire letter, destroying it completely.

Even the wooden box containing the items could not be opened without her blood.

If forced open, the wooden box would be destroyed.

Therefore, even if someone coveted the items left by her master, they would never be able to obtain them.

Simone opened the letter and read it, tears streaming down her face.

Her master had divined that she would face life-threatening challenges, so he used secret techniques to seek a lifeline for her.

The secret technique had ultimately succeeded, but he didn’t know what form her lifeline would take.

Since birth, she had been cursed, and in order to break free from the shackles, she had to first destroy and then rebuild.

So, this life-threatening challenge was not entirely a bad thing; fortune and misfortune were intertwined.

It also informed her that the Geomancy Association was not as simple as it appeared to outsiders.

There were righteous individuals, but there were also those who harbored dark secrets, and she was advised not to get too involved.

She was also advised to avoid setting foot in the ancient city as much as possible, as it was a prison and not a good place.

Her master listed a few names in the letter, saying that these individuals could be trusted.

When she saw two of the names, Simone was surprised.

Her master also mentioned the jade button, saying that it had been passed down from his


It was said that this jade button held a secret, and once it was unlocked, it would bring great



opportunities to a geomancy and mystical arts practitioner.

Her master had never been able to unlock this secret in his lifetime, but it had attracted the attention of others.

As a result, he had been targeted and attacked several times, leading to severe and incurable injuries.

The fact that she was able to obtain the wooden box indicated that she had survived that major calamity and gained the ability to protect herself.

She was instructed to keep the jade button safe, and a clue for deciphering its secret was also provided.

It was emphasized that for her, this could be a chance to break free from her current situation and change her destiny.

The individuals plotting against her were powerful, and she was advised not to confront them directly.

Unless one day she reached the Divine State, she would have no hope of resisting them.

If she couldn’t reach this level, she would be sent abroad to avoid danger, which would at least save her life.

In the end, her master said he had reserved a Cebros courtyard for her and wrote down the address.

The deed was in her name and placed inside the courtyard.

He had set up a formation in the house, and she could make some adjustments to it when she moved in, which would help enhance her strength.

He had also stored a lot of high-quality medicinal materials that had aged in that house specifically for her.

Lastly, it was his hope.

He hoped that his only precious disciple could live a safe and peaceful life.

Simone’s tears fell onto the letter, and she was unable to speak.

Her master was the best person to her in this world, and he was the only family she recognized.

At that moment, the letter spontaneously combusted into ashes.



Clearly, her master did not want anyone else to see or discover the contents of the letter.

It turned out that her master’s injury was the result of a deliberate attack, and she would seek revenge for him.

From the letter, it appeared that her master knew who was conspiring against her, but he could not write it down or inform her directly.

However, it did provide an important piece of information.

That individual had already achieved the Divine State, and their name was not among those trusted by her master.

Simone threaded the jade button onto a red string and wore it around her neck,

And in that moment,

Jodie once again left the geomancy association.

She headed alone to the inn location that the captain had just informed her about.

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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