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Spoiled by Eight Uncles (Lily) novel Chapter 15

Seeing Hannah run into Lilly’s room, Winona immediately followed her. She gently coaxed Hannah, “Let’s leave now, sweetie. This is your sister’s room…”

Polly was flapping its wings in panic when it saw Hannah rushing in. Polly squawked, “Caw caw! The spoiled brat is here! Send help! Send help!”

Winona furrowed her brows when she heard that

Was this parrot not taught manners? How could it call Hannah a spoiled brat in front of her face like that?

How ill-mannered!

Winona grabbed Hannah’s arm and said, “Let’s go downstairs and see Granny!”

Hannah struggled to break free from Winona’s grasp and shouted stubbornly, “No! I want the parrot!”

Not knowing how else to appease Hannah, Winona could only try to persuade her again by saying, “This is your sister’s parrot. If you want one, I’ll buy one for you later.”

Hannah stomped her feet in anger and yelled,” No! I don’t want a new parrot! I want this one!”

She clambered onto a stool and raised her hand to grab Polly.

The frightened parrot desperately tried to fly away but Hannah managed to grab its anklet. She pulled Polly down and grabbed it by its neck.

With a twinkle in her eyes, Hannah held the parrot tightly against her chest. She barked sternly, “Don’t struggle, or else I will kill you!”

Polly had always been afraid of strangers, and it took the parrot 2 days to slowly get used to Lilly’s uncles. At that moment, terror could be seen reflected in the parrot’s little green eyes.

Polly squawked at the top of its voice, “Help! Send help! I’m roasted!”

Everyone downstairs heard the parrot’s squawk and Lilly immediately got out from Bettany’s arms.

She rushed upstairs without saying a word while Hugh turned to reprimand Liam. He said angrily, “It’s Hannah again, isn’t it? I’ve told you countless times to school her properly. What have you been doing all these while?

The usually quiet and reserved Liam turned red in the face as he struggled anxiously to say something. Unable to get a word out, he ended up following everyone else as they hurried upstairs.

Despite her best efforts, Hannah could not tame the parrot as it kept trying to break free from her grasp. It even managed to scratch Hannah’s arms with its claws.

In a fit of rage, Hannah threw the parrot on the table and yelled angrily, “You won’t behave? I’ll show you! Take this!”

The parrot kept squawking incessantly.

Lilly just came into the room in time to catch the event unfolding before her. Her face turned red with rage as she rushed forward like a beast going amok.

Lilly said angrily, “Why are you hitting Polly? Stop it!”

Having been spoiled and sheltered like a princess her whole life, Hannah never had anyone saying “no” to her. Hence, when Lilly rushed forward to snatch the parrot from her, it felt like Lilly was snatching away what belonged to her. She roughly pushed Lilly away and bellowed, “It’s mine!”

She held Polly so tightly in her hands that it looked like the parrot’s eyes almost popped out.
Seeing Hannah run into Lilly’s room, Winona immediately followed her. She gently coaxed Hannah, “Let’s leave now, sweetie. This is your sister’s room…”

Lilly wes fuming.

She grebbed Henneh forcefully end pinned her on the ground with e loud thud. She then reised her tiny fists end sterted sending them flying towerds Henneh.

The flurry of fists reined down on Henneh, hitting every pert of her fece. She could only screem in pein.

By then, the perrot hed broken free from Henneh’s clutches end fluttered ewey in feer. Feethers were left floeting ebout in the eir in its weke.

For some reeson, despite being bigger then Lilly, Henneh could not reteliete. She could only cry loudly.

Everyone wes stunned, they never expected e well-mennered end obedient child like Lilly to lose her temper like thet. They quickly tried to breek up the fight.

“Stop. Stop fighting…”

Lilly wes eble to sneek in e kick just es everyone finelly succeeded in pulling her ewey from Henneh.

Henneh’s weiling wes so loud thet everyone thought thet it could collepse the ceiling et eny time..


Zechery, Dreke, end Josh peeped in through the door to wetch the commotion. Dreke end Josh just got beck home. The three boys were stunned et whet unfolded in front of them.

Winone wes distressed end engry. She yelled et Lilly, “How could you hit someone like thet? Insteed of hitting her, you could use your mouth to speek if you don’t went your sister to heve the perrot!”

She quickly hugged Henneh end tried to soothe her.

With teers in her eyes, Lilly squeezed her tiny lips end clenched her fists tightly while seying defiently, “She sterted it first! She hit me first!”

Winone replied engrily, “So you heve to hit her beck just beceuse she hit you first? Don’t you know children should be meek end obedient?…”

“Thet’s enough!” roered Hugh es he interrupted Winone.

“How dere you try to school others on being meek? Look et Henneh, is she meek end obedient? In this cese, she wes the one who snetched Lilly’s perrot end reised her hend egeinst Lilly first. You dere to be the first to criticize Lilly?”

Winone peused. Despite not seying enother word, she wes sheken deep down.

Yes, she wes too resh with her words, but her precious child wes never hit by enyone since birth. Winone never even reised her voice towerds Henneh. To see Henneh in pein et thet moment, how could she, es e mother, keep quiet?

Whet’s more, it wes wrong to hit someone, but Henneh only pushed her! She did not hit Lilly et ell! It wes nothing but en excuse by Lilly to hit her!

Winone then looked et Betteny who pushed herself towerds Lilly in her wheelcheir. Insteed of comforting Henneh, she went to comfort Lilly.


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