uan wanted to cry.
“Then how would I know? Wasn’t he known as Jiang Nan’s porcelain guy? How would I know he was selling fake goods!”

Lu Teng put his hand on his forehead.
He didn’t want to speak.


“I’m done for, I’ve already poured the money I’ve saved up for a wife on this.
Qiuqiu is going to run away with someone else.”

Seeing him crouching on the ground with an expression of hopelessness, Lu Teng’s long-stilled brotherly affection was stirred.

He muttered to himself for a moment, tapping the edge of the box.
“How about this: six pieces for $20000, I’ll buy them.”

Lu Shan Chuan’s eyes widened.
“Twenty thousand! Dad, hold your conscience and ask yourself, do you really have the heart?”

“If I had the heart, you wouldn’t even have the money.” He paused, then comforted him, “Put some heart into Aunt’s birthday next month, your savings for a wife won’t be any worse off.
As for this broken little shop, the more trouble you’ll save the sooner you close it.”

Lu Shan Chuan whimpered.

After dawdling for half a day, Lu Shan Chuan finally succumbed to poverty.
He unwillingly pulled out the store’s QR code.
“Why do I have such a stingy dad like you!”

“I don’t want a stupid son like you either.”


When the notification that the money had been transferred popped up, Lu Shan Chuan suddenly thought of something.
He straightened up.
“Are you fooling me? It goes this way on TV all the time: you trick me that the priceless treasure isn’t worth a cent and then you buy it from me for cheap to resell it!”

He became more excited as he spoke and took the “late Tang dynasty artifact” away.
“Ah! I never thought you were such a dad! I’m not selling!”

Lu Teng could almost laugh in his anger.
He randomly took up a white jade porcelain bottle.
“Fine, then see who else would be willing to spend tens of thousands to buy your cheap goods.”


Lu Shan Chuan looked at the one being held up and muttered, “That one looks good, even Qiuqiu said she liked it.”

In the end, he still unwillingly helped him package it.

Lu Teng humphed and turned around to look at the other things in the shop.

He didn’t expect that there was actually a lady standing behind him.
She wasn’t very tall and when he turned around, his elbow swiped her shoulder and sent her reeling half a meter back.

Lu Teng subconsciously reached out and grabbed her.

The woman wore a short windbreaker, a pencil skirt, and a pair of slender heels that made her legs look impeccably straight.

When she raised her head, Lu Teng unknowingly narrowed his eyes.

This woman, wasn’t she the one splashed with coffee at the book cafe yesterday?

Yesterday, Lu Teng had met up with a client to discuss matters there.
Just as they began, a sudden disturbance came from the booth behind them.

It sounded like the woman wanted to break up, but the man didn’t and he splashed coffee at her in anger.

This was a situation Lu Teng had seen many times, but seeing such a calm woman was his first.
In the photos scattered at his feet, the man’s face was handsome and gentle except his eyes were practically drilling into the chest of the woman beside him.

Your blind date is still entangled and unclear with his ex-girlfriend, such a matter is rather annoying.
But apart from the perspective of virtue, there really wasn’t any other position to criticize him from.
After all, they weren’t in that kind of relationship yet.

The woman calmly drew a clear line with the other party.
Her cold voice was like pearls falling on a jade dish, very crisp and clear.

In the end, Lu Teng couldn’t resist.
He turned around to take a look only to catch the figure of her back.
Her figure was slim, her back straight, her temperament excellent.

When she pushed the door open, half her face was revealed.

Lu Teng raised an eyebrow.
His first thought was, this man must be blind.
His second thought was, a woman like this needs to go on a blind date?

Unexpectedly, after a glimpse, the two would run into each other again so soon.

But this time, she went from a calm and courageous woman to someone touching porcelain with clumsy acting skills.

He pursed his lips and harmlessly smiled.
“Since you like it, then I’m willing to let you have it for the original price.”

The woman’s face didn’t change, only her eyes brightened.
“How much?”

Lu Teng smiled more gently.
“Twenty two thousand.”

Without saying another word, the woman added him on WeChat and sent the money over.

Lu Teng took the opportunity to glance at her Moments.
She didn’t post very often and it was mostly some children wearing dance outfits.

Lu Teng had an idea of her occupation.

He scrolled some more until his finger couldn’t help pausing.

A woman wearing training attire stretched her legs on a bar, curvy and exquisite.
A little girl sat on the ground in front of her with her head raised, watching.

Perhaps it was a sneak shot or a candid photo, the woman’s head was slightly lowered and her smile was very gentle.

Lu Teng pursed his lips.
He actually felt that this woman was very charming in her element.

[1] Guan ware: high quality wares known for crackled glaze made from one of the five famous kilns of the Song dynasty (Wikipedia)

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