The Kiss that Sparked it All

Chapter 1026

Chapter 1026
“You’re such a witch! All these years, I respected you like a sister, and you made fun of me for not having taste! You even called
me stupid! You tricked me with those ugly bags and shoes! You talked behind my back about my background, making it sound so
awful! You really can’t judge a book by its cover, huh? All my sincerity towards you these years was just wasted! No wonder my
brother didn’t choose you; you’re not even worthy of a hair on Ellinor’s head! You’re such trash!”
Patricia’s face was swelling from the slap. While showing a shocked and embarrassed expression, she tried to explain,
“Veronica, you got it all wrong… I was just talking to Ellinor; I didn’t mean it… I’ve been good to you all these years and bought
you all the expensive stuff I could, you know that.”
But Veronica was still fuming, so she slapped her two more times.
“Stop grossing me out! If I hadn’t heard it with my own ears, I wouldn’t have believed that those words came out of your mouth!
How can you have the nerve to explain yourself? You’re so shameless!”
Veronica was ranting, and she put her hands on her waist. It seemed like she twisted her waist a little from the slaps.
It was all this hypocritical Patricia’s fault!
Thank goodness Ellinor was smart enough to guess Patricia’s every move, allowing them to prepare ahead of time.
At first, she didn’t want to cooperate with Ellinor. She couldn’t believe that the Patricia she knew could be a bad person.
Now she finally saw it clearly. Patricia was more than just a hypocrite; she was an evil, scheming woman, and she played it very
well. She almost fooled everyone!
Patricia sat on the ground. Her hair was disheveled by Veronica’s hits, and she covered her face, putting on her best innocent
and wronged look, trying to explain, “Veronica… it’s really not what you think…”
But the person standing in front of her now was not Veronica, but her own little brother, Byran.
Byran was here too?

Patricia felt a little bit better after seeing her brother. She thought that he would support and protect her, so she reached out to
grab Byran’s arm, “Byran, you’re here! Quick, help me up…”
Unlike before, Byran didn’t care about her situation. He stood straight, and no matter how Patricia pulled him, he didn’t help her
up. He lowered his head, looking at his once perfect, kind, and angel-like sister with disappointment and sadness.
After a while, he violently shook off Patricia’s hand and shouted, “Don’t touch me! You evil woman! You’re not my sister! How
could I, Byran, have a hypocritical, evil, and shameless sister like you?!”
Patricia, who had just regained a bit of security, was knocked down again by her own little brother; this time she fell harder than
before. Just a while ago, Haillie and Veronica attacked her, but even the strength of the two girls couldn’t compare to a man’s.
Byran’s shove almost made her fall flat on the ground.
After a while, Patricia finally stood up again and grabbed her brother’s leg to plead, “Byran, how could you treat me like this? I’ve
been loving you since we were little; how could you treat me like a stranger?”
Byran seemed extremely disgusted by her touch, so he pushed her hand away, then shoved her away again.
“You just called me an ungrateful person, right? Well, let me tell you, I, Byran, am that ungrateful person! I’d rather be called
ungrateful than acknowledge a sister as evil-minded as you! Get lost!”

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