Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight Chapter 935

Fated to the Cursed Lycan Prince by Dark Knight

Chapter 935 The Side Effect Of Concussion

Laura’s POV:

After being separated from Beryl for five long years, I was finally reunited with my beloved granddaughter. I hugged her tightly, evidently too ecstatic to keep it to myself.

My little granddaughter was even more beautiful in person than in video and photos. Her milky fragrance permeated every inch of her. Her nose and mouth were a dead ringer of Rufus’ when he was a child, but he didn’t seem to notice it. After all, she was still young. Rufus would be able to tell when she got older.

Fortunately, it wasn’t Arron who was brought back by Rufus. Otherwise, anyone with a discerning eye could tell that he was Rufus’ son. Beryl’s eyebrows, eyes and the outline of her face were more like her mother’s.

My granddaughter was a clingy girl. So far since we’d been together, she had already snuggled up to me so many times. In addition, her childish words amused me. It had been a very long time since I was this delighted.

Noticing Crystal’s gaze, I knew that she was unhappy about this. No mother would enjoy seeing her daughter not recognizing her.

But my selfish motive made me think it was good to keep Beryl by Rufus’ side. Arron couldn’t be taken back unless he had a good reason to return. In the near future, he wouldn’t be coming back anyway. No one could say for sure whether or not Rufus would be suspicious once he saw his son.

At this time, Beryl, who was in my arms, suddenly threw up and her little face turned as pale as white.

“What’s going on?” Both Crystal and I were shocked and worried. We hurried to see if the wound on Beryl’s head had worsened.

Afraid of upsetting Beryl, Crystal refrained from reaching out to touch her and just stood aside. At the same time, Rufus sent for the doctor. Then, he walked over and examined Beryl’s head. There was a rare trace of nervousness in his eyes. He probably cared about this child.

Tears fell from Beryl’s eyes as she said weakly, “I feel dizzy.”

“Honey, hold on. The doctor will be here any second now.” My heart sank at the sight of this. I held my granddaughter’s hand and rubbed it lightly, trying to make her feel better.

Fortunately, the doctor came just in time to check Beryl’s wound. Although there was no open wound, Beryl was experiencing the side effect of a concussion. The doctor estimated that she would feel sick to her stomach and dizzy for the next couple of days, so she had to take her medicine. There would also be a need for close monitoring and medical treatment as well.

The doctor then prescribed a long list of medicine and handed her a stack of pink tablets, saying, “This is the medicine to improve blood circulation and disperse stasis, which is helpful for the child’s memory recovery. The child should take it three times a day, after each daily meal.”

Crystal took the medicine and was about to feed Beryl, but the young girl refused and asked Rufus to do it instead.

I had no choice but to send Beryl back to Rufus’ arms. With a sigh, I patted on Crystal’s shoulder to comfort her. “The child has lost her memory. We can’t do anything about it, but only let her stay with Rufus for the time being. Rufus will be good to her.”

In the end, I stared at Crystal with a complicated look in my eyes. I almost blurted out that Rufus was Beryl’s biological father. Anyway, he wouldn’t be as cold to the little girl as he usually was with strangers.

Crystal understood what I meant and nodded. “I’m afraid this is it.”

In Rufus’ arms, Beryl mellowed out and behaved herself. Even the bitterness of the medicine didn’t bother her. She swallowed each pill with a mouthful of water.

After taking the medicine, the doctor suggested an in- depth examination of Beryl’s brain.

Since Beryl wasn’t feeling well, she became increasingly clingy toward Rufus and refused to be held by anybody else. Later on, Rufus was tasked with bringing Beryl in for a medical examination.

Crystal and I were the only ones remaining in the hall, drinking tea after everyone else had left. Since Rufus ‘ men were present, I knew it was not the proper place for us to talk, so I had to find an excuse. I then invited Crystal to my own palace, saying that I wanted to know more about Beryl’s living habits.

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