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In the narrow, dark room, the young lady's startling cries awoke Liang Shaoqing. The young man crawled over to Chu Qiao's side, asking nervously with concern, "Are you awake? Are you alright?"
Chu Qiao frowned, opening her eyes with great willpower. Her trance lasted less than a second, before she snapped, "Stupid bookworm. You're pressing on my shoulder."
"Ah!" Liang Shaoqing was shocked. He jumped back in an exaggerated motion. He had reopened her wound, which started to bleed again.
"I'm sorry! Are you alright? Will you die?"
Chu Qiao stared at him impatiently, frowning heavily. She tried to resist the waves of pain coming from her left rib. She had been through the vicissitudes of life but had fallen at the hurdle which she least expected to. She was undoubtedly frustrated. Luckily, the wounds on her left rib and shoulder were not deep enough to be fatal. However, if she stayed in this dirty place for slaves without any treatment, she would be in big trouble. She looked around the narrow prison cell, where a human could not even stand up properly. A narrow beam of light shone in from the top. Chu Qiao knew that the both of them had been locked in an underground prison, having been considered dangerous people.
At this moment, the sound of locks opening echoed. Two men dressed in brown made their way down the narrow steps. They were carrying whips as thick as the width of a thumb. In a hoa.r.s.e voice, they said, "Useless creatures! Get up!"
Liang Shaoqing was scared out of his wits, his hands and legs trembling. The scholar, who had lived in luxury all these years, had decided to leave his hometown and go to Tang Jing in a fit of pa.s.sion. However, he had landed himself in this state. In the past, he would never have comprehended the unimaginable evils of this world. Despite this, the timid bookworm stood in front of Chu Qiao defiantly, saying, "What, what are you trying to do? When I get out, I'll report you to the officials for forcibly enslaving us, for a.s.saulting the n.o.bles, for disregarding status, for rudeness, for…"
With a swoosh, a whip landed on Liang Shaoqing's arm. The scholar had some backbone. With a grunt, he maintained his defiant look, not moving an inch.
"Useless creature! You're still trying to put on a front even though you're here? If you continue to spout nonsense, I'll fill your mouth with s.h.i.t, and see whether you still want to talk! F*ck!" The man continued to rant, but his frustrations were not dispelled. He cracked his whip again, but before it hit Liang Shaoqing, Chu Qiao reacted swiftly to intercept the whip's motion by grabbing its tip. The man was enraged, trying to thrash it twice, but to no avail. Fueled with rage, he tried to wrestle the whip out of her hands. However, Chu Qiao let go of the whip. The man fell back, hitting his head hard on the brick wall.
"Every person has his ups and downs. It's best to have an escape route when you handle things." Chu Qiao's face was pale, but she maintained her cold tone. The man, who had landed pathetically on the ground, got back on his feet and dashed at Chu Qiao with a warcry. He had barely taken two steps before he stopped in his tracks. Although Chu Qiao was young, she exuded calmness beyond her years. It was way different compared to the scholar, who had noisily threatened to report the matter to the authorities.
"Bookworm, hold me up."
Liang Shaoqing was stunned. "Up? To where?"
Chu Qiao stared at him, frustrated. Coupled with the fact that she was injured, she did not explain further. She tried to get to her feet with the help of the wall. Liang Shaoqing, witnessing this, hurriedly helped her up by holding her hand.