Buckle up, nerds, because Chapter 17 of “Cry, Even Better If You Beg” promises to be a whirlwind of emotions that will leave you breathless. Do you miss Layla? Orphaned souls were thrown from one unloving relative to another, who finally landed in Berg’s icy embrace?
Well, life in the Herhardt canton isn’t exactly sunshine and roses. Bill Rеmmеr, her gruff, distant uncle, seems more invested in his garden than in her happiness, and the flashy exterior of high society conceals a web of gossip and intrigue.
However, amidst the forgetfulness and numbness, a glimmer of hope arose: the dashing Duke Matthias von Hеrhardt. His emerald eyes held a mystery, and his attention, whispering in hushed tones, made Layla’s heart flutter madly. But will this be a romantic fairy tale, a forbidden dance on the brink of reason, or a cruel game played by a puppet master?
Get ready to explore dangerous social scenes, unravel family secrets buried under gilded layers of lies, and witness the tender battle of Layla’s heart with the thorns of treachery. Will she find solace in Matthias’s arms, or will she collapse under the weight of expectations and desires?
One thing’s for sure, Chapter 17 is a delicious cocktail of love, betrayal, and social sass, and you won’t want to miss a single tear. So dim the lights and prepare to be swept away by the whirlwind of “Cry, it’s even better if you beg.” Trust me, your heart won’t know whether to cry or beg for more.
In a mansion shrouded in secrets, Layla, the gardener’s niece, must embark on a thorny path of duty and desire. Duke Herzhardt, a man whose moods change like the wind, gives her a special assignment: to arrange a bouquet of flowers, not in bright colors but in “dull tones.”
Confusion filled Layla’s mind. A confusing request, a hidden meaning. Is it a test of her skills, a subtle hint about his interests, or something more? As she delved deeper into the garden, her thoughts grew a different kind of thorn – the wound of resentment towards the Duke.
River, the Duke’s personal refuge, is off limits to even the most seasoned servants. Yet here Layla finds herself, entrusted with a mission that whispers of impending change. Perhaps an engagement? That very thought made Layla’s heart clench. In her quiet mind, she saw a silent storm brewing against the man holding her in this gilded cage.
Alone in the villa, the sound of retreating footsteps added to the oppressive silence. Duke Herzhardt, sleeping soundly in the distance, suddenly woke up. His sharp obsidian eyes looked at Layla, and a curious thought stirred within him.
She reminded him of an oriole once kept in a cage, its brilliant feathers dulled by captivity. But when he released the creature, its fur regained its luster, thriving under his unexpected care.
Layla finished the bouquet, her hands shaking with a feeling of both fear and defiance. But to the Duke’s critical eye, the arrangements are a clumsy mess: he offers her food and tea, simple gestures with hidden intentions.
However, she refuses, leaving him to ponder the mystery that is Layla. Does such a meager offer really hold the key to her heart or is her refusal a hidden challenge, daring to unravel the secrets hidden in her soul?
Chapter 16 tangles us in a web of unspoken emotions and cryptic clues. What color is the Duke’s true wish? Does Layla hide a secret desire beneath her prickly exterior? And can the golden bird really fly freely in this gilded cage?
Release date and where to read
Cry, Even Better If You Beg Chapter 17 will be released on December 19, 2023. Please verify that the time zones listed below match the release time:
- Japan (JST): 12:00 a.m. Tuesday, December 19, 2023
- Korea (KST): 12:00 a.m. Tuesday, December 19, 2023
- Australia (AEST): 01:00 am Tuesday, December 19, 2023
- United States (EST): 11:00 a.m. Monday, December 18, 2023
- UK (GMT): 4pm Monday, December 18, 2023
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