Chapter 18: Cultivator (3)
Once the dog snapped out of its trance, its eyes became right again.
When Ye Yu saw the pitch-black eyes, she couldn’t contain the peculiar feeling in her heart anymore.
She turned around and couldn’t help but knit her eyebrows.
…why did she feel like there was a human soul in this puppy?
Lower-grade animals really could understand the express human-like emotions?
She was unable to confirm the answer to this question for a while and Ye Yu had no choice but to suppress her doubts for now.
When they entered An Xiang Teahouse, the first thing Ye Yu saw was Li De by her usual table.
The moment Ye Yu walked in, Li De walked over before any of the customers and delivered the name card with two hands.
“I am asking you to become my master. Master Ye, please accept this.”
Ye Yu was indeed surprised. She originally thought that with Li De’s reputation, he would feel disdained to treat a young woman from the same profession as his master. Although they swore an oath in front of people, she thought that the other party would just avoid her and not face her. Who knew that this person actually ran over to ask to be her disciple.
“I couldn’t see this coming.”
Ye Yu didn’t disguise her surprise either, patting Li De’s shoulders and smiled, saying, “Not bad. There aren’t many youths who can bow and submit when needed. From this perspective, although you’re lacking in talent, you have the right to be a disciple for this master.”
Li De was speechless.
On this hand, after Ye Yu clapped Li De’s shoulders, she hadn’t taken her hands off yet. Instead, her hands stiffened.
Li De looked at her, bewildered. “Master Ye, do you have any orders?”
She used some time to process Li De’s life, personality, and experiences. Then, she looked at him strangely and said, “It seems like this master didn’t bring her glasses the last time she left. How did I not see that you’re a cultivator?”
“ — !”
Li De didn’t understand the first half of Ye Yu’s sentence, but in reality he didn’t have time to think about it either. He stared shockingly at Ye Yu and watched as the other party calmly exposed the truth that he had kept hidden for many years.
After Ye Yu said this, she took her hands off his shoulders and returned to her seat.
She started her work for today.
While waiting for the first customer to sign their name, Ye Yu glanced at Li De from the corner of her eyes.
At this time, he probably just snapped out of his trance and wanted to say something; but, he abandoned the thought after seeing the whole teahouse full of customers waiting for their turns.
Li De glanced at Ye Yu from afar and then turned around, leaving the teahouse.
Ye Yu silently laughed.
Besides investigating the truth to fortune-telling, her cheap disciple was gentle and reasonable. Most importantly, he placed ‘respect the master’ at the top of his faith. Although he should be respecting the master of the immortal world’s Tianji Pavilion, Ye Yu believed that it wouldn’t be any worse if it was her.
Therefore, she dared to calmly expose Li De’s cultivation status.
Otherwise, the competition of accurately stating the weather forecast might not let this fortune-teller who was eager to learn to believe herself that easily.
As she thought about this, Ye Yu slightly raised her head and smiled, seeing a woman walking into the teahouse from the corner of her eyes.
She was clad in satin and Ye Yu glanced at the woman and was able to tell that she must’ve come from an extraordinary family.
She looked away, not minding the woman at all.
What was most extraordinary was how she knew about everyone’s lives due to the phone e-reader. In this world, there was probably not that much which could scare her.
Right now, the first customer had signed his name and Ye Yu smiled elegantly, indicating for the person to extend their wrist, so she could feel their pulse.
At this time, the woman standing by the teahouse glanced around and finally landed on Ye Yu.
She walked over and at the same time, 500 silvers who was lazily leaning by Ye Yu’s hands sniffed the air and his eyes darkened.
The puppy slowly turned around and stared at the woman walking over.