Chapter 53: I Still Underestimated Them
After leaving the hospital, Ning Dai pushed Mo Chen back home and immediately sent her subordinates to look for Ning Xiaodai.
“I’ll only be at ease if I send her abroad.”
Ning Dai rubbed the space between her brows and said to Mo Chen, “There’s an 80% chance that she’s the one behind the scenes. Those two old fogeys alone don’t have the guts to do something so extreme.”
The lessons she had learned from the previous two times were enough to intimidate these two old fogeys in a short period of time.
“Don’t underestimate them.” Mo Chen held her hand, his gaze deep and cold.
Everyone pursued profit. Under the temptation of profit, the devil in one’s heart would be magnified endlessly. With the huge wealth of the Ning family hanging on, even without Ning Xiaodai, Second Uncle and Third Uncle would most likely make a move.
“Forget it, I don’t want to think about it anymore.”
Ning Dai smiled gently and turned around to peel an apple for Mo Chen. Since they were going to send her away anyway, she would get her subordinates to keep an eye on Ning Xiaodai and not allow her to return to the country again.
After peeling an apple, Ning Dai’s phone rang.
She frowned slightly and picked up the call.
After hanging up the call, Ning Dai sat on the sofa with a cold expression.
“Second Brother, you’re right. I’ve underestimated them.”
She had just received news from her subordinates that they had rushed to Ning Xiaodai’s place, but it was already empty. They tried to trace it, but the signal was blocked.
Simply put, Ning Xiaodai had escaped from her control. They wouldn’t be able to find her in a short period of time.
“Don’t be anxious.” Mo Chen pushed the wheelchair over and gently rubbed Ning Dai’s hair.
“Her target is the Ning family. We’ll wait here. She’ll come back sooner or later.”
Ning Dai’s eyes sparkled. “Let’s see what tricks she can play.”
She wanted to turn over? In her dreams!
Ning Xiaodai was hiding in a unit building on the outskirts of the city.
This was an old neighborhood with many units. There was a lot of mobility among the residents, and the population was messy. It became the best place to hide her identity.
She was sitting in a small room, making a phone call.
“If you can’t even do this, don’t see me. Wait for Ning Dai to collect our bodies.”
After shouting into the microphone, Ning Xiaodai threw her phone to the side and looked around with disdain.
If it weren’t for the fact that she wanted to return to the screen and get back the resources, she wouldn’t have suffered like this. Fortunately, her Second and Third Uncles were still useful, and the connections she had were still useful.
Half an hour later, Ning Xiaodai’s information was once again trending in the local search engine.
“Even if you’re sick, you have to work hard to live. The only thing your heart wants is sunshine.”
Below was a photo of her stretching out her fingers to let the sunlight through the gaps between her fingers.
She immediately switched to her alternate account and used her identity as Ning Xiaodai’s friend to imply that her previous actions were all for the sake of earning money to treat her illness. She was forced by life to work hard to create a strong and independent persona for herself.
Even if life trampled her into the mud, she still had to be positive.
In just a short ten minutes, hundreds of thousands of internet trolls had liked and commented on it. The number of fans on her official Weibo account had also increased.
Ning Xiaodai leaned on the sofa in satisfaction.
“Ning Dai, you’re still too young to want to ban me.”
Ning Dai had also received the news that Ning Xiaodai was trying to make a comeback by creating public opinion.
She finished reading it mockingly and did not take it to heart. She casually opened another group of messages sent by her subordinates. Her brows were tightly knitted together, almost forming the word ‘川’.
The uninhabited island that she and Mo Chen had fallen to had a strong earthquake. The subordinates that she had sent to gather herbs had gone all that way for nothing.
The Seven-Leafed Calamus there had probably been destroyed by the earthquake.
This medicinal herb was hard to find. Whether or not Mo Chen’s leg injury could be healed depended on it.
It was not easy to find it on the isolated island, but it was gone in the blink of an eye. If she wanted to find it again in the future, it would depend on her luck.
However, Mo Chen’s leg could not be delayed any longer.
Ning Dai rubbed her cheeks and pushed the tray that the butler had sent over to the side in frustration.
Since the medicinal herb was gone, how could she still have the mood to eat?
Outside the study, Mo Chen looked silently at the food that was sent out in its original state. His tone was slightly gloomy.
“Is she still not eating?”
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