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Charmed Young Master in Huadu City

By Ni Tian
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  • Publisher : Funstory
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  • Category : Fiction
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He was the king of the legends of the underground mercenaries. Because he had stolen the most precious jade of the world's top organization, the Rose Pavilion, and was seriously injured by the Rose Pavilion Master, he was forced to hide in the Flower City, disguised as a rogue hawker to sell cucumbers in front of different companies ...

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