Chapter 162 - Realistic Dream
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Give Me Another Smile (GL) Chapter 162 - Realistic Dream

The long-sought answer was about to reveal itself. Tang Yu's lips moved, but no sound came out.

Du Yuqing embraced Tang Yu in fascination, her hands caressing Tang Yu's slender waist. Although she could feel the person in her embrace tremble, she simply chuckled satisfactorily, muttering to herself, "You're such a wonderful person; how could I bear to let you die?"

Tang Yu could feel her skirt being lifted. She could also feel a cold hand caressing her legs, sizing them like a snake's tongue.

Just as Tang Yu was preparing to strike and wrap the chain, which connected the shackles binding her hands, around Du Yuqing's neck, a knock suddenly came from the door behind them. While it wasn't a loud knock, it sounded clearly in the quiet room.

Du Yuqing withdrew her hands and straightened her clothes as if nothing had happened. Calmly, she picked up the lamp on the desk, glanced at Tang Yu, who was crouched in the corner, and gently said, "Wait for me. I'll be back soon."

As these words fell, the door opened and closed, and darkness returned to the room.

Tang Yu buried her head in her arms, her heart in despair.

My ring is gone… An-An won't be able to find me now… Sure enough, are we fated never to be together? Also, wasn't Du Yuqing supposed to like An-An? Why did she do such things to me?

Suddenly, the room lit up with a light that was neither glaring nor bright. It was just enough to let Tang Yu see the things in the room clearly.

Tang Yu raised her eyes in confusion and saw the hidden lights on the ceiling flickering faintly.

It turned out that the light switch was not in the room at all; it was somewhere else. Perhaps there were hidden cameras here, monitoring her every move.

Tang Yu got up from the floor and looked around the room, quickly noticing that the walls were densely covered by something. She approached to take a closer look, and what she saw shocked her to the point where she forgot to breathe.

The walls were covered with sketches of people. From childhood to adolescence and adulthood, they were all there

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