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Let’s Start All Over Again, Shall We? Chapter 32

Chapter 32 What Is She Talking About?

Maggie didn’t provide any explanation, but she occasionally watched videos to keep her skills sharp.

Later. Leo introduced Maggie to one of his mother’s former teachers. Since then, Maggie had been learning piano from the elderly lady. Despite the teacher’s strict and demanding nature, Maggic was grateful for this opportunity.

Furthermore, as time went on, Maggie discovered that beneath the teacher’s stern and serious exterior, she genuinely cared for her.

Maggie studied with her for over a decade.

Now, the teacher had nothing left to teach her, so Maggie often visited her for a chat.

In the past, Maggie had refrained from performing in public to avoid overshadowing Sierra. However, now her actions seemed meaningless..

“Sierra, please behave,” Ronald frowned and spoke gently.

Sierra ignored him and smiled at Maggie. “Maggie, what do you think? Would you like to showcase your skills?”

Madam Cameron didn’t look pleased either. She disliked these unexpected changes.

Maggie pursed her lips and said softly, “Let’s forget it. Today is your show. You should be the center of attention.”

“We’ve always been equals. Why don’t you demonstrate your skills and let everyone see how talented you are?” Sierra persisted, determined to humiliate Maggie.

How dare Maggie offend her!

In that case, she shouldn’t be surprised if Sierra embarrassed her in public.

Maggie saw through Sierra’s intentions and said warmly, “In that case, it would be impolite to refuse.”

Afterwards, everyone witnessed a woman in a white dress, exuding grace, slowly walking towards the piano on the stage.

Sierra gladly vacated her sea

piano in over a decade.”

and said to her best friend, “Just watch. Maggie probably hasn’t played the

“Are you intentionally trying to embarrass Maggie?” Sierra’s best friend turned to look at her.

With anticipation in her eyes, Sierra nonchalantly replied, “She deserves it! How dare she lecture me! Does she think she’s the young lady of the Camerons?”

In front of the black piano stood a girl in a white dress, standing tall.

Maggie, with her slender neck, looked focused. She first tested the sound with her fingers on the piano,

Chapter 32 What Is She Talking About?

Everyone patiently waited, refraining from speaking.

After all, beauty is always worth the wait.

Sierra sneered. “I’m curious to see what she can play!”

A few seconds later, the music paused, and then the girl’s fingertips gracefully played the smooth piano melody. Under the dazzling lights, the girl in the white dress possessed cold eyes and beautiful features. The audience felt as if they were witnessing a goddess descending from the heavens or encountering a

solitary orchid in a valley, emit a cold, clear radiance.

The song Maggie chose was ‘Adelina by the Water,” a piano piece inspired by Greek mythology.

According to Greek mythology, there is a beautiful legend about a lonely king of Cyprus named Pygmalion. He sculpted a beautiful girl and gazed at her with infatuation every day. Eventually, he fell in love with the statue..

Pygmalion prayed to the gods, hoping for a miracle of love. His sincerity and persistence moved Aphrodite, the goddess of love, who granted life to the sculpture. From then on, the fortunate king lived happily with the beautiful girl.

The piano sound flowed smoothly, at times deep, at times high–pitched, and at times melodious. The guests in the banquet hall involuntarily fell silent, with all eyes fixed on the girl at the piano.

Maggie seemed destined for the piano. The notes danced at her fingertips, captivating everyone who listened.

No one in the venue dared to disturb her, fearing to disrupt this beauty.

It wasn’t until the end of the song, with Pygmalion and the girl falling in love, that Maggie’s gaze also softened, as if she genuinely shared in their happiness, which was contagious.

When the song concluded, it took the audience in the banquet hall a while to regain their composure.

It was only when Maggie stood up with a smile that a wave of applause erupted from the audience.

“Ms. Adam is truly a hidden gem. This piece is extraordinary!” A man with exceptional piano skills couldn’t help but speak first.

“Indeed, I never expected the Camerons to have two such talented daughters, each with their own merits!”

“No wonder your younger sister always claims that her elder sister is more talented. We thought she was being modest, but it turns out to be true.”

“Speaking of which, Ms. Adam is too modest. We had no idea about her talent.”

Compliments filled the air for a moment. Even Olivia and Ronald, who were not experts in this field, could tell that the compliments were more genuine than before.

Although Olivia and Ronald were accustomed to acting and facing unexpected situations, their smiles seemed forced.

“Sierra, didn’t you say she couldn’t play?” Her best friend, Chloe Dawson, couldn’t help but ask. Sierra’s chest heaved with suppressed rage as she lowered her voice and said, “How would I have known?”

When did this woman learn to play the piano so well?

Seeing the crowd surrounding Maggie and showering her with compliments, it seemed as if today’s banquet was held in her honor, Sierra’s eyes turned red with anger, and she felt an overwhelming hatred for this woman whom Sierra had barely paid attention to before.

As the show came to an end, Leo turned to leave.

As Leo walked past Sierra, Sierra couldn’t help but be drawn to him.

raze was filled with

Leo glanced at Siena, and a hint of sarcasm flashed in his playful eyes. His aloof gaze coldness. When Sierra looked at him, Leo nodded slightly as a greeting.

Sierra snapped back to reality and felt an inexplicable chill from Leo’s gaze.

After the banquet ended and the guests dispersed, only the Camerons remained, including Maggie.

Ronald looked sternly at Sierra and reprimanded, “Sierra, what’s the matter with you? How could you let Maggie play the piano in public without planning? If Maggie’s piano skills were not up to par, it would have been a disgrace.”

Upon hearing this, Sierra felt wronged and immediately burst into tears.

“Dad. I don’t know what’s gotten into Maggie today! She threatened me with a knife to my throat and said she would leave a scar on my face!”

This statement startled the entire Cameron family.

After all, it sounded very outrageous, especially when it involved the usually sensible and gentle Maggie.

“Maggie, what’s going on? Is Sierra telling the truth?” Olivia couldn’t help but ask, looking at Sierra’s red eyes.

Maggie seemed confused and replied, “Mom, I have no idea. A knife? Leaving a scar on her face? What is she talking about?”

Let’s Start All Over Again, Shall We?

Let’s Start All Over Again, Shall We?

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Maggie’s previous life was like a joke. When she died, it was Nathael, the husband she had hated all her life, who avenged her and risked his life to save her! When she got a second chance to restart her life, Maggie vowed to make those who had hurt her people pay the price! As for the husband she had hated all her life, she just wants to patch thing up with him. Someone said, “Nathael is cruel and cunning.” “Nonsense! He is obviously brilliant and noble,”Maggie retorted in anger. Another one said, “Nathael is a psy cho. He will retaliate, forcing people to have their families destroyed.” Maggie sneered, “Bullsh*t! He has always been a man who doesn’t offend if no one offended him.” Some one else said, “Nathael is heartless. You will not live happily with him.” Maggie chuckled, “That’s ridiculous! He is full of sincerity and loves me deeply. He is the best man in the world.” Others said, “Although Nathael is good, he is not good at ‘that’. It is a pity that Maggie is still in her prime.” Maggie responded, “Well … ” She seemed unable to argue with this. That night, Maggie kissed Nathael comfortingly, saying, “It’s okay, Honey. I don’t mind.” “Really?” Nathael chuckled, a bit helpless. He turned over, pressed her under him, and kissed her fiercely. Later, the only sound left in the room was Maggie’s choking, begging for mercy.


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