Han Jingru looked at Fei Lingsheng with flames dancing in his eyes. He gazed intently at her face, willing those dark orbs to tell him whether she was lying.
However, she looked steadily back at him without a single trace of guilt on her face.
“Are you going to sit here and continue to suspect me, or are you going to look for Yi Qingshan first? He probably wants to kidnap your sister to get his hands on your Holy Chestnuts, so don’t worry, she won’t be harmed in any way,” Fei Lingsheng said.
“Master, Yingying refused to surrender and insisted on fighting it out with him. I don’t know what’s happening, but you should go and look for her now,” Huang Xiaoyong said.
Han Jingru turned to him and said, “Rest here first. When your body recovers, come back to the Jingru Sect at once. Do not stay on at the Imperial Court—I do not wish for you to become leverage they can use against me.”
“Oh, right. Bring Zhantai Liuyue along with you when you leave, too.”