Chapter 8 – Letters from home – Part 2

“I THOUGHT YOU WAS A GREAT MASTER BUT YOU ONLY CARED ABOUT YOURSELF” Jun Chen yelled making Hui Wen prompted replied “I CARE SO MUCH ABOUT YOU AND LING CHANG THAT EVEN WHEN MY OLD FRIEND ASKED ME FOR HELP I DID NOT REPLY”. “LING Chang? Jun Chen said a bit lower than before as he had forgotten all about and wondered if she was still in bed. Hui Wen noticed his actions and returned to a more normal voice as he started knocking on Ling Chang’s door. “Are you up, Ling Chang?” He tried to sound gentle but the yelled had made his voice hoarse and dry. No answer or sound was heard form inside her room, making Jun Chen push away Hui Wen and they were almost back at fighting again but they managed to stay calm as Ling Chang was more important. “Ling Chang, we are done yelling so please open the door” Jun Chen said as clam and kind he could but no reaction came. Jun Chen lowered his voice so only Hui Wen was able to hear it. “Do you think we need to enter?” He said almost whispering and Hui Wen thought for a moment before nodding before he slowly took a grip in the handle and started to push it down. “We are entering now” Jun Chen said as the door slowly opened and they closed their eyes in case Ling Chang was naked. As the door was fully open and they still had not heard a sound from Ling Chang, they decided to opening their eyes and watched to their horror that the room was empty except for the sculpture, her sword and some of her cloches. “We have to find her and soon as we don’t know who else could find her first” Hui Wen said with shaken voice. “Yes, our discussion can wait” Jun Chen replied but Hui Wen stopped him from running. “No, if it really matters that much to you, we will travel to the palace tomorrow and see if we can save your father without risking too much but first we need to find Ling Chang as she cannot live her on her own.” Hui Wen said with a defeated but firm voice. “thanks, it means a lot to me, that we try” Jun Chen replied smiling and a bit more happy even that the unknown about Ling Chang was taking its toll.

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