My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace ( Xanthea and Mirand ) Chapter 47

My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace ( Xanthea and Mirand ) Chapter 47

Chapter 47

Xanthea suddenly leaned forward, her hands resting on their necks as if she were a nimble fox pouncing on its prey. With a devilish grin aimed slightly towards Sebastian’s face, she said, “Wow, tutoring really works wonders, huh? You’re like a whole new kid. If I’d known you loved your uncle’s lessons this much, I wouldn’t have come in.”

Xanthea thought, “I should never have trusted this little crocodile’s tears-time to let his behind meet the harsh reality of a baseball bat”

Caught in the act, Sebastian gave a sheepish smile, his head shaking like a bobblehead.

He didn’t really want to buckle down and do homework, but if he was lazy or got it wrong, Orion would spank him!

The girl’s slender, soft hands casually rested on Orion’s neck. As she spoke, her smooth fingertips seemed to gently stroke the protruding vertebrae, sparking tingles that distracted Orion completely. Numbers and symbols blurred before his eyes, and he didn’t.

even hear Xanthea’s words.

So, when Xanthea turned to look at him, she caught him looking utterly distracted. “Mr. Lockwood, so this is your idea of hospitality, huh?”

“Yes! Uncle, how can you treat this beautiful lady like this? You make her help me with homework the moment she steps in, and she’s not even a tutor you hired!”



Xanthea eyed Sebastian, wondering what mischief the little rascal was plotting now. He quickly showed his true colors, “She should be taking me to play! Hey, let’s go upstairs and play some pool, it’s super fun!”

So he wanted to play, huh? Nice try, kid-do your homework!

Xanthea was about to refuse when she remembered the scene she’d just been tricked into. Not getting back at them just wasn’t her style!

“Sure, Orion, why not?”

She withdrew her hand, and after a moment, Orion finally cleared his throat and said, “Alright.”

“Yay! I love you, beautiful lady!”

Upstairs in the game room, Sebastian rushed in and immediately grabbed a pool cue to start setting up the game.

Xanthea watched his enthusiasm, then turned her attention to the sixteen colorful balls arranged on the pool table. Her eyes gleamed with mischief. “You play pretty well, Seb. This looks fun.”


Chapter 47

Sebastian asked, “You don’t know how to play pool?”

“I know some rules, but I’ve hardly played. I’m not very good. Maybe,” she turned to Orion, “Mr. Lockwood, could you teach me?”


Orion took a pool cue, gently wiped it down, and slowly demonstrated the proper stance and technique. Xanthea, however, wasn’t watching his hands or techniques; instead, her gaze was fixed on him.

How could anyone have such grace, posture, and charisma? It was just unfair how effortlessly noble he looked in any pose.

“Need me to demonstrate again?”

Orion put down the cue, and Xanthea quickly shifted her gaze away from him. “No need, because I won’t learn this way. Maybe,” she picked up a nearby pool cue and approached him, “Could you teach me hands-on?”


My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace ( Xanthea and Mirand )

My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace ( Xanthea and Mirand )

Score 9.9
Status: Ongoing Type: Author: Artist: Released: 5/14/2024 Native Language: English
My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace ( Xanthea and Mirand )"After Xanthea died, she witnessed the cold and ruthless president,

My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace

had actually killed the couple who harmed her. He knelt before her grave with bloodied hands, kissing her body, saying, “Xan, it’s too cold underground, I’m here to accompany you.”Reborn into her youth, Xanthea tormented the shameless bastard, Matthew and the despicable woman, Miranda, while also curiously investigating Orion, as they were completely unfamiliar before. Unexpectedly, as soon as they became familiar with each other, she was cornered by the man. “Xan, you know full well that I love you deeply, yet you dare to provoke me! In that case, never think of leaving me.”

My Beloved Has Risen from Death’s Embrace


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